Stream: New Albums From Florence + The Machine, Joker, Deer Tick

    Florence + The Machine: Ceremonials at Grooveshark (or below)
    Release date: 11.01.11
    Label: Island
    Ceremonials is Florence + the Machine’s much-anticipated follow-up to the band’s 2009 breakthrough debut, Lungs. [130 BPM]

    Summer Camp: Welcome to Condale (below)
    Release date: 11.08.11
    Label: Apricot Records/Moshi Moshi
    After catching a healthy buzz by accident in 2009, Summer Camp began taking their music more seriously in the ensuing years. Proving that point is Welcome to Condale, the duo’s ’80s-referencing full-length debut.

    Joker: The Vision at Rdio
    Release date: 11.08.11
    Label: 4AD
    At the mere age of 20, the U.K.’s Joker has garnered loads of buzz and acclaim for his approach to production. The Vision is his long-awaited full-length debut.

    The Soft Moon: Total Decay EP at Spin
    Release date: 10.31.11
    Label: Captured Tracks
    San Francisco’s the Soft Moon outfit follow-up their impressive 2010 self-titled debut with Total Decay, an EP featuring the most appropriate release date of all time. Seriously, dark post-punk on Halloween? Rad.

    Black Milk & Danny Brown: Black And Brown EP on YouTube (or below)
    Release date: 11.01.11
    Label: Fat Beats Records
    Detroit hip-hop acts Black Milk and Danny Brown decided they would record an all-out EP together after working together on “Black and Brown” off Black Milk’s Album of the Year. They went on to craft Black and Brown, which features production solely from Black Milk with Danny Brown on the raps.

    Rich Aucoin: We’re All Dying To Live at Aux
    Release date: 11.01.11
    Label: Sonic Records
    According to Canadian indie rocker Rich Aucoin, We’re All Dying to Live is all about making life decisions. Or, at least, it’s about thinking about them and how they would impact your life. Maybe that’s why he asked more than 500 people to contribute to the record.

    Crookers: Dr. Gonzo at Soundcloud (or below)
    Release date: 10.24.11
    Label: Southern Fried Records
    Dr. Gonzo is Crookers’ latest, dance-heavy album and it features collaborations with Marcus Price, Carli, Keith, Savage Skulls, and many others.

    Dntel: Life Is Full Of Possibilities at Spinner
    Release date: 10.25.11
    Label: Sub Pop
    Jimmy Tamborello revisits and remasters his successful 2001 album, Life is Full of Possibilities, and includes a slew of remixes from the likes of Lali Puna, Pearson Sound, and Nobody.

    Deer Tick: Divine Providence at Spinner
    Release date: 10.25.11
    Label: Partisan Records
    Divine Providence is the fourth full-length release from Providence, R.I. alt-country rockers Deer Tick.

    Supreme Dicks: The Unexamined Life at Consequence of Sound
    Release date: 10.18.11
    Label: Jagjaguwar
    The Unexamined Life is one piece of Supreme Dicks’ Breathing and Not Breathing box set, which compiles four discs from the highly influential psych-folk outfit.