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New Tunes Tuesday

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Today's music new-release schedule is on the lighter side, but there are some good'uns to be had.---

Black Label Society, Order of the Black. Ozzy's former right-hand man is coming to town Nov. 16 to play The Complex.

Bottomless Pit, Blood Under the Bridge. Former members of Silkworm bring some "heavy" to indie-rock.

The Budos Band, The Budos Band III. Like Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings? Check out their Daptone Records peers.

Kathryn Calder, Are You My Mother? Another New Pornographer with her own career.


Killola, Let's Get Associated. Grrl-rock, and coming to town this Saturday at The Complex.

Land of Talk (pictured above), Cloak and Cipher. Tasty guitar-rock, playing Kilby Court Sept. 26.

Mike Posner, 31 Minutes to Takeoff. Being a Duke grad doesn't really reek of "street-cred."