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November 1st, 2013
Happy November! Hopefully you’re still digging into your pile of Halloween candy as you read this (if not, run over to your local grocery or drug store now because it’s SALE TIME), but surely you’re also salivating for some new music!
Here are six upcoming albums that we’re dying to hear this month.
Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (November 5)
It’s been three years since we’ve gotten a new album from rapper Eminem and with the throwback title (referring to his hit 2000 record The Marshal Mathers LP) as well as the old-school single Berzerk, we can’t wait to hear what other reinventions the “rap god” has in store for us.
M.I.A. – Matangi (November 5)
M.I.A. is a controversial, outspoken artist and it has become a polarizing characteristic of her personality and her music. Whereas some might be turned off by her abrasive bird-flippin’ attitude, we are personally still rooting for her and her fourth album Matangi is surely going to delivery the same spunk we’ve identified her with for the past eight years.
The Killers – Direct Hits (November 11)
Over the span of nine years and four albums, Las Vegas rockers The Killers have amassed a lot of hits so of course they would put out a greatest hits compilation sooner or later — there’s no time like the present, right? Fear not, there are a couple of new tracks on this best-of collection to keep fans satisfied for the time being, such as the track below!
Lady Gaga – ARTPOP (November 11)
DUHHHHH. Let’s just admit it: this is Gaga’s month.
Deadmau5 – We Are Friends Vol. 2 (November 12)
If you’re into the more electronic stuff and need a good soundtrack to your weekend nights out with your friends, then this new compilation from DJ/producer Deadmau5′s Mau5trap record label. Included on this collection will be new tracks from Deadmau5 himself as well as James Njie, Heat Maxwell and Kairo Kingdom.
Sebastien Grainger – Yours to Discover (November 12)
Canadian indie fanatics may recognize Sebastien Grainger from his days fronting Death From Above 1979 (and backing; he was the singer and drummer!), but the Toronto artist is back with his second solo album. A slight departure from his heavier works with DFA1979, Grainger’s music boasts a bit more of a groove that new and old fans can appreciate.