Spotify Playlist

Meghan Mahar

October is all about change: the Northeast celebrates the days getting colder and the

leaves changing from green to vibrant shades of red and orange. If you are looking for

personal change, your playlist is an easy place to start. See what new albums have been

released in October, and what is ahead for the rest of the month:


1. “Murder” from Everything by Lido, October 7

You might know electronica aficionado Lido from his collaborations with Cashmere Cat,

Halsey, and Chance the Rapper—this time, Lido is on his own.


2. “Contract” feat. Iamsu from Good Times Ahead by GTA, October 7

Hip-hop/trap producer duo GTA delivered an album that did not disappoint.

Collaborations with Vince Staples, Tinashe and Iamsu paired with infectious beats and

slinky synth create catchy tracks.


3. “Love Her Body” from Woptober by Gucci Mane, October 14

Gucci Mane's second album of 2016, Woptober, follows in the footsteps of his post-

prison return Everybody Looking.


4. “Eyes on You” from Walls by Kings of Leon, October 14

Kings of Leon has matured, and this album shows it. They released tour dates along with

this album including a show at Madison Square Garden on January 20.


5. “Bad Decisions” from Gameshow by Two Door Cinema Club, October 14

Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club steers into a new direction with a heavy

disco influence.


6. “Believe in Me” from Building A Beginning by Jamie Lidell, October 14

Jamie Lidell's moody soul album brings summer vibes to an oncoming winter.


7. “Million Reasons” from Joanne by Lady Gaga October 21

Gaga's comeback (unless you count her long-term collaboration with Tony Bennett) is

highly anticipated and rumored to be a raw tribute to her days before she became



8. “Sure and Certain” from Integrity Blues by Jimmy Eat World October 21

Taylor Swift recently posted a video of her lipsinging to Jimmy Eat World, and after this

album you might just be doing the same.


9. “True Disaster” from Lady Wood by Tove Lo, October 28

Tove Lo is ready to prove that she is more than her hit "Stay High". "True Disaster" is

already a fan favorite with a more relaxed pop style that will withstand the test of time.


10. “High and Low” from Two Vines by Empire Of The Sun, October 28

Empire of the Sun's "High and Low" debuted in September and became an instant

electronic and festival favorite, setting high expectations for the album.