November 4th :
Vanilla Ice is back! It’s been nearly 20 years since his 1990 hit single “Ice Ice Baby” took him seven times platinum and made him the second white rapper to top the charts. Now Ice is taking us back, with a new album called Vanilla Ice is Back! Hip Hop Classics containing 4 new versions of the song that made the world sing as well as 10 covers of classic 90’s hits from House of Pain’s “Jump Around” to Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power”.
November 11th :
Au Revoir Simone have received praise from Pitchfork, The London Times, MTV News, NME, and director David Lynch, who named them his favorite new group in 2007. Reverse Migration is a digital only release from this Brooklyn-based, all female trio, and finds a handful of indie superstars reimagining and reinterpreting their favorite tunes from the group’s 2007 release, The Bird of Music . Remixers include Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor, The Teenagers, Best Fwends, Air France, and Air side project Darkel. iTunes and Amazon versions include an exclusive bonus track.
A History of Violence is the sixth studio album from this Philadelphia hip-hop group, and the first album to feature lead MC Vinnie Paz’s “partner in rhyme,” Jus Allah since his 2000 departure. The group’s previous album Servants In Heaven, Kings In Hell  reached #1 on Billboard’s “Heatseekers” and #10 on the “Top Independent Albums.” Allmusic.com called it “nearly flawless.”
November 18th :
Debut album from New York City group featuring members of Guided By Voices, Luna, Joan as Police Woman, and The Dambuilders. Guests include comic Sarah Silverman, Lloyd Cole, Chris Brokaw, and members of Nada Surf and The Pernice Brothers. The Guardian UK says of the album, “Imagine the Byrds paying tribute to the Velvet Underground.”
Guilt by Association 2 is the second volume in series that features indie stars covering their favorite mainstream pop hits. This latest features Robbers On High Street doing New Edition, Matt Pond PA covering My Chemical Romance, Takka Takka tackling Phil Collins, Cassettes Won’t Listen covering INXS, and more. Digital versions at iTunes, eMusic, and Amazon include an exclusive bonus track by New York band The Bloodsugars. Harp Magazine wrote that the first volume is “more elegy than irony and offers a primer on how to cover songs successfully.