New Music! SXSW Artist Releases – November 2017
November 1, 2017
November 1, 2017
We’re deep into the fall, and November’s release schedule is looking strong. September and October are generally two of the busiest months for new releases each year, and we see a slight drop off in terms of quantity once November begins. This year sees this trend continue, but there are many highly anticipated albums from SXSW alumni artists that we will be pointing out for your listening pleasure.
November 3 Releases
This week there are 5 new releases from SXSW artists. English singer Sam Smith returns with his second album titled The Thrill of It All. Canadian indie-rockers Casper Skulls release Mercy Works. UK veterans Stereophonics have jumped the gun and released their album Scream Above the Sounds at the beginning of the week, and are already enjoying a good release week. Industrial leaning rock band AUTOBAHN have The Moral Crossing hitting record store shelves on Friday as well.
After organizing the list of new releases, we pick one new album and make a playlist incorporating new music from past SXSW Showcasing Artists for fans to discover other like-minded artists. This week’s playlist features indie dance music and is inspired by Shamir, whose new album Revelations is dropping this Friday. Act quick because these playlists will only be active for seven days before we pick a new artist to focus on.
Keep up with our playlists on the official SXSW Spotify channel, and be sure to follow the playlist.
Past Showcasing Artist November 3 Releases
AUTOBAHN – The Moral Crossing
Casper Skulls – Mercy Works
Sam Smith – The Thrill of It All
Shamir – Revelations
Stereophonics – Scream Above the Sounds
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Shamir – Photo by Jason Macdonald
Source: SxSW Music