October 1, 2012 8:00

This week's new music releases: October 1 2012

Muse, Tori Amos and Ellie Goulding all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: October 1 2012
Muse release their new album 'The 2nd Law' today (October 1) as the busy schedule of autumn releases continues.

Tori Amos also releases her new album 'Gold Dust' today, while there are also new records out from Lower Than Atlantis, AxeWound, Beth Orton and Papa Roach.

Ellie Goulding previews her new album 'Halcyon' with her new single 'Anything Can Happen', while there are also new tracks from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Drake, Madeon, Alt-J and Muse.

Singles released today:

Alt-J – 'Something Good'
Dog Is Dead – 'Talk Through The Night'
Drake feat. Rick Ross – 'Lord Knows'
Ellie Goulding – 'Anything Can Happen'
Flo Rida – 'I Cry'
HalfNoise – 'HalfNoise EP'
Richard Hawley – 'Seek It'
Lower Than Atlantis – 'Love Someone Else'
Madeon – 'Premier EP'
Mika – 'Celebrate'
Muse – 'Madness'
One Direction – 'Live While We're Young'
Red Hot Chili Peppers – 'Never Is A Long Time'/'Love Of Your Life'
Simian Mobile Disco – 'Change Of Form EP'
Taylor Swift – 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'
Unicorn Kid – 'Need U'
Walk The Moon – 'Anna Sun'


Albums released today:

AxeWound – 'Vultures'
Beth Orton – 'Sugaring Season'
Bob Mould – 'Silver Age'
Bruce Foxton – 'Back In The Room'
Damien Dempsey – 'Almighty Love'
DJ Fresh – 'The Next Levelism'
Enslaved – 'Riitiir'
Errors – 'New Relics'
Flying Lotus – 'Until The Quiet Comes'
Kosheen – 'Independence'
Lower Than Atlantis – 'Changing Tune'
Lupe Fiasco – 'Food & Liquor Ii: The Great American Rap Album Pt.1'
John Cale – 'Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood'
Muse – 'The 2nd Law'
The Overtones – 'Higher'
Papa Roach – 'The Connection'
Rickie Lee Jones – 'The Devil You Know'
Tim Burgess – 'Oh No I Love You'
Tori Amos – 'Gold Dust'

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