In The News: Sleigh Bells, Kurt Vile, Moistboyz, Buck Owens, Lee Hazlewood, KMFDM And More


Sleigh Bells’ third album, Bitter Rivals, will be out via Mom + Pop on October 8. The band is touring North America in support … Jamaica Plain is the collaborative EP from Kurt Vile & Sore Eros, due out November 4 via Care In The Community Recordings … The fifth full-length from 65daysofstatic, Wild Light, is set for an October 29 release on Superball Music … Reprise Records will reissue an expanded and remastered version of Eric Clapton’s Unplugged, complete with six unreleased outtakes and a DVD containing previously unseen footage, on October 15 … On November 5, Bryce Dessner will make his recorded debut as a composer with the release of Aheym, completed with the help of Kronos Quartet, via Anti- … Benefit, Jethro Tull’s third album, will be released as a two-CD/DVD collector’s edition by Rhino on October 29 … After a seven-year hiatus, Moistboyz are back with fifth album Moistboyz V, due out on November 5 from Neverman  … Speed The Plough’s 30-year career will be chronicled in The Plough & The Stars, a retrospective album containing 38 tracks, which will be released by Bar/None on September 17 … November 5 will see the release of Buck ‘Em, a two-disc collection of Buck Owens songs from 1955-67, via Omnivore Recordings … Light In The Attic Records has announced the November 26 release of There’s A Dream I’ve Been Saving, a boxed set containing the work of Lee Hazlewood Industries from 1966-1971 … Live In Portofino is a CD/DVD compilation featuring Andrea Bocelli’s August 2012 performance, due out October 22 … Ivo Perelman has three new releases coming out October 1: A Violent Dose Of Anything (Leo), Enigma (Leo) and One (RareNoise) … Chrysalis will issue three collections of rare and live recordings on October 8: Ten Years After’s Recorded Live, Robin Trower’s State To State: Live Across America 1974-1980 and UFO’s Hot ‘N’ Live: The Chrysalis Live Anthology 1974-1983 … On October 22, KMFDM will reissue Opium and WWIII via Metropolis.

—Emily Costantino