Monday, August 19, 2013

Your New York-Centric Guide to Fall 2013 Album Releases

Posted By on Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 12:32 PM

Imagine each sweater were an album from a NYC-based band.
  • Imagine each sweater were an album from a NYC-based band.

The triumphs of fall are many: Sweaters (see above), anticipated cease of discussion around Robin Thicke, and, above all, an annual spree of record releases perfectly synched with the back-to-school college crowd needing to impress one another with their taste in music. Local bands in particular are on a happy rampage this season, as our fall arts preview will prove. But there's even more on the horizon from the hometown crowd than what's fit to print. Below is a rundown on what else to expect in the next few months from the local scene. (Release dates are subject to change and all that small-print stuff.)

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