4 Other Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear This Fall
TYLER CHILDERS, CAN I TAKE MY HOUNDS TO HEAVEN?, SEPT. 30
Who’s doing it better than Childers in roots music these days? No one. Proof he knows it: His new album has eight songs— some traditional, some new—with each presented in three different styles, from paper-thin arrangements to sample-fueled reimaginations.
RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, RETURN OF THE DREAM CANTEEN, OCT. 14
The California funk rockers have entered a period of hard-charging productivity—and their second album of the year blisters, top to bottom.
LARKIN POE, BLOOD HARMONY, NOV. 11
The southern rockers get a hell of a lot muddier on their seventh studio LP—it’s gritty, soulful, and almost oppressively riff heavy. The sisters, often compared to the Allman Brothers, shred on.
RÖYKSOPP, PROFOUND MYSTERIES III, NOV. 18
Traversing haunting electro, 1990s UK rave, and glittering disco, the expected final entry in the series that started in April is an after-hours playlist worth staying up late for. —Madison Vain