The War On Drugs, Meek Mill, and more

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Clockwise, from left: Xenia Rubinos (Photo: Anthony Pidgeon / Redferns), Young Thug (Photo: Burak Cingi / Redferns), Andrew Savage from Parquet Courts (Photo: Rune Hellestad - Corbis / Corbis via Getty Images), Jim James from My morning jacket (Photo: Erika Goldring / WireImage)

Clockwise, from left: Xenia Rubinos (Photo: Anthony Pidgeon / Redferns), Young Thug (Photo: Burak Cingi / Redferns), Andrew Savage from Parquet Courts (Photo: Rune Hellestad – Corbis / Corbis via Getty Images), Jim James from My morning jacket (Photo: Erika Goldring / WireImage)
graphic: Natalie Peeples

Because as much as we believe that our taste stubbornly remains our taste, unchangeable and solely determined by us, the change of the seasons can be a pretty compelling counter-argument. The weather is getting cold, the sun sets earlier and suddenly we are hearing a lot less Dua Lipa and a lot more Radiohead. Just as our joy or sadness can dictate our decisions in musical balm, the climate also contributes to how many beats per minute we want to fill our speakers. And to some extent, the albums out this fall reflect that shift: We have a number of great new releases from artists more interested in getting you on their headphones than on the dance floor: My Morning Jacket, Billy Bragg, Hovvdy , and more all of them perform in October – and if you’re not ready to end the party, artists like Remi Wolf and Meek Mill are there for you. Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga also go for more standards, so there really is something for everyone. Read on to see the records we’re most looking forward to in October.

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