10 September Releases To Be Excited About


More albums have hit the shelves today than we can keep up with it, and this month doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. With highly anticipated music dropping every Monday, here are our top ten picks for September.

The 1975 – ‘The 1975


The 1975‘s self-titled debut doesn’t disappoint, offering plenty of contagious indie rock and a longer tracklisting than their EPs. Out today.

twenty one pilots – ‘vessel


The Fueled By Ramen-signed duo and capslock haters’ third studio album finally gets its deserved UK  release. Out today.

Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM


Arctic Monkeys haven’t been this hyped since their debut, and there’s probably a reason why. Find out for yourself next week. Out 09/09.

Goldfrapp – ‘Tales Of Us


The promotion for ‘Tales Of Us‘ has been surprisingly low key, but we’re sure its imminent release will reignite people’s excitement. Out 09/09.

Janelle Monáe – ‘The Electric Lady

janelle monae

She’s the rock fan’s favourite R&B star and if you don’t understand why, her new release will surely convert you. Out 09/09.

London Grammar – ‘If You Wait


London Grammar are top blogger fodder, but will this album help them gain a mainstream following? Probably. If you believe the hype, anyway. Out 09/09.

Deaf Havana – ‘Old Souls

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With new members and a new album, it’s likely that Deaf Havana will be undergoing another subtle sound change. Let’s hope it’s for the better. Out 16/09.

Kings Of Leon - ‘Mechanical Bull


It’s been three years since ‘Come Around Sundown‘ but the wait for a new Kings Of Leon album is very almost over. Has it been worth it? Out 23/09.

Mazzy Star – ‘Seasons Of Your Day


Seasons Of Your Day‘ will be Mazzy Star‘s first album since ’96.  Finger’s crossed that it’s not as dated as its cover art. Out 23/09.

Kids In Glass Houses – ‘Peace


Their last release was an ambitious concept album but the focus is back on tunes, rather than themes and it’s probably for the better. Out 30/09.

Amy Jo McLellan
Amy Jo McLellan is the editor of Alt Scribe. She started writing about music in 2010 and has been dancing about architecture ever since. She became a featured blogger for Buzznet after winning their 2011 ‘Summer of Buzz’ talent search. Amy knows far too much about her favourite bands and describes herself as a “professional fangirl”. CURRENTLY LISTENING TO: Kids In Glass Houses, Dawes. SPECIALIST SUBJECT: The rise and fall of 'Emo' 2006 - Now.

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