Every autumn, I find myself listening to music by The Cure again.
It might be Robert Smith's wailing vocals, teen angsty lyrics, or perhaps the generally slower pace of the songs meshes up with the slower pace I feel as colder weather sets in. The Library has several albums by The Cure, all good for fall-time listening. We also have a DVD of live performances and music videos, titled (go figure) The Cure.
An 80s and 90s sensation, this alternative-goth-punk-rock band is still touring...and yes, Robert Smith's hair is still poofy. If you are completely unfamiliar with the band, a good album to start with is Staring at the Sea, a collection of singles from earlier in their career. You're likely to enjoy The Cure if you're a fan of Depeche Mode, New Order, Morrissey, or Echo and the Bunnymen.
You can listen to preview clips of many of The Cure's songs on Amazon, see a plethora of their videos on YouTube (including the epic "Lovesong"), and read more about the band's history on Wikipedia and AllMusic.com.
I maintain that The Cure's Disintegration is the best album ever made by any band. What's your favorite album?