In The News: Noel Gallagher, Bob Dylan, Angel Olsen, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Howe Gelb, Queen, Doors And More

The follow-up to 2015’s Chasing Yesterday, Who Built The Moon? is the latest from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, out November 24 via Sour Mash. The LP is the result of a two-year collaboration between the former Oasis songwriter/guitarist and producer/DJ/composer David Holmes … On November 3, Columbia/Legacy will issue Bob Dylan‘s Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981, an eight-CD/one-DVD set that includes 100 previously unreleased live/studio recordings including 14 unreleased songs; the set is also available as abridged two-CD and four-LP packages … Phases is a b-sides/rarities/demos collection from MAGNET fave Angel Olsen to be released by Jagjaguwar on November 10 … Interscope/UMe will reissue Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘s Fever To Tell debut October 20 on vinyl as a limited-edition deluxe box and a standard LP … Speaking of reissues, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s second album, Some Loud Thunder, celebrates its 10th anniversary on November 24 with a remastered edition including live bonus tracks … Howe Gelb‘s Further Standards (out November 24 via Fire) is a companion piece to last year’s Future Standards, adding vocalist Lonna Kelley to Gelb’s band plus two new songs … Mount Qaf (Divine Love) is the latest from Peter Matthew Bauer (Walkmen), and it’s out November 11 on Fortune Tellers/Kobalt … Queen‘s News Of The World is getting the 40th-anniversary treatment on November 17 courtesy of Hollywood with a three-CD/one-LP/one-DVD boxed set featuring the original album, a newly created “alternative” version of the record, outtakes/rarities, a pure-analogue re-cut of the original vinyl LP and an hour-long documentary … Prefuse 73 has two new albums inspired by Japanese character Zaotichi coming up: The Lapse Of Exchange on October 20 and Alone Moving Often on November 17, both on !K7 … Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins,This Mortal Coil) has a new collaboration with drummer Richie Thomas called Lost Horizons, whose debut album, Ojalá, is out November 3 via Bella Union and features Sharon Van Etten, Marissa Nadler, Tim Smith (Midlake) and others … Also out November 3 is Phantom Brickworks (Warp), the latest from Bibio … The self-titled debut from Joel Gion (Brian Jonestown Massacre) is out November 17 via Beyond Beyond Is Beyond … On November 17, our friends at Bloodshot will release Bloodshot Records’ 13 Days Of Xmas, featuring holiday originals and covers from the likes of Murder By Death, Ha Ha Tonka, James Elkington, Jon Langford, Kelly Hogan, Dex Romweber Duo and the Yawpers … Heavy Psych Sounds will reissue three of Nebula‘s albums—Let It Burn, To The Center and Dos EPs—one per month, starting in January, each with bonus material … Introduce Yerself is a 23-song double album by Gord Downie, produced by Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene) and out October 27 on Arts & Crafts … Collective Soul‘s first live album, fittingly titled Collective Soul: Live, is out December 8 via Suretone … Galactic Cowboys return after nearly two decades on November 17 with Long Way Back To The Moon via Mascot … Out now on RCA is Younger Now, the sixth LP from Miley Cyrus … On November 17, Rhino will reissue Strange Days, the sophomore album from the Doors, as a two-CD set (featuring both the original stereo and mono mixes) and an LP (original mono mix) … Also on November 17, five Testament albums are being reissued by Nuclear Blast: Live At The Fillmore, Demonic, The Gathering, First Strike Still Deadly and Live At Eindhoven ’87 … Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973 features 16 home recordings, demos and unissued songs from America, out via Omnivore on November 17 … The Roots Of Popular Music: The Ralph S. Peer Story is a three-CD/50-song boxed set highlighting the career of A&R/publishing/recording legend Ralph S. Peer with tracks from the likes of Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, Billie Holiday, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Jimmie Rodgers, Willie Nelson, Ennio Morricone and others; it’s out now via Sony Music Latin.