Update: Due to Hurricane Nate, Bonerama's album release show has been postponed to Nov. 18.
• New Orleans brass-centric, versatile rock 'n' roll outfit Bonerama celebrates the release of Hot Like Fire, the band's latest seventh album out Oct. 6 on Basin Street Records. Heading into its 20th anniversary, the band assembles seven original compositions as well as two covers: a layered brass rendition of Radiohead's "Paranoid Android" and Allen Toussaint's "Basic Lady."
Dary Malone & the Tangle are also on the bill at
9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 Nov. 18 at Tipitina's. Tickets $15 in advance, $17 at the door. [jump] • New Orleans songwriters Mikayla Braun and Kathryn Rose Wood headline a double-billed release show for their respective albums at 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8 at Gasa Gasa. Tickets are $10. (If the show is canceled due to weather, it'll move to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17.)
Braun - vocalist with The Crooked Vines - releases her solo EP Synapse, an exploration of "previously unspoken thoughts, observations, and emotional experiences that arose during her first years living in New Orleans." The pianist and vocalist is backed by her quartet on the plaintive piano blues of EP single "I'm Still Here."
Synapse is out Oct. 10. Wood's latest is In the Ashes, her debut solo album, written following her brother's suicide and exploring themes around mental health crises and illnesses. The latest from the former Social Set and Gravy Flavored Kisses artist is a folk- and country-tinged suite of songs buoyed by hopeful lyrics and harmonies.
In The Ashes will be released nationally Oct. 17. • Lafayette's pseudo-psychedelic Cajun rock 'n' roll outfit Feufollet celebrates the release of "Baby's On Fire," a crowd favorite cover of Brian Eno's song from his 1973 debut solo album Here Come the Warm Jets.
The band adds an accordion-powered beat to the song, which appears on a limited edition random-colored 7-inch vinyl single with the B-side's "Clair de la Lune," out now on Valcour Records.
The band performs with Christiaan Mader and Cedric Watson (and a pig roast) at 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8 at d.b.a. Tickets $10.