Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Long Distance Love: A Sweet Relief Tribute To Lowell George,” various artists – May 17

“Sunday Morning Put-On,” Andrew Bird Trio – May 24

“Jump Rope,” Buffalo Tom – May 31

“Lapse,” IDAHO – May 31

“New Town Dream,” Neutrals – May 31

“Brasil,” Lee Ritenour & Dave Grusin – May 31

“Gangster of Love,” Super American – May 31

“Soft Machines,” Hide and Soul – June 7

“Bayport BBQ Blues,” Left Lane Cruiser – June 7

“Why Lawd?,” NxWorries – June 7

“Tales From Late Nights & Long Drives,” Madeline Hawthorne – June 14

“Vibhuti,” Sis – June 21

“Carolina Funk: Barn Burner On Tobacco Road,” Boulevards – June 28

“Valley of Abandoned Songs,” The Felice Brothers – June 28

“Carnal,” Nothing More – June 28

“Revival of a Friend,” Sour Widows – June 28

“Can’t Outrun a Memory,” Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers – July 12

“Love Direction,” The Dip – July 12

“Evolve,” Phish – July 12

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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Reissues

“Insurrection,” Alan Vega – May 31

“Past, Present & Future (50th Anniversary Edition),” Al Stewart – June 28

Vinyl

“Diamond Life,” “Promise” and “Stronger Than Pride,” Sade – June 21

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Feel Alright,” Avi Kaplan (five-song EP; Hear here; Fantasy / Concord)

“Heron,” Alice Merton (five-song EP; Hear here; Paper Planes)

“Challengers (Mixed) by Boys Noize,” Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross (Hear here; The Null Corporation / Milan)

“Ego Ride,” Asha Jefferies (Brisbane, Australia based indie-pop artist’s debut album; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“nīna,” iskwē (producer: Damian Taylor; Hear here; Littlebit Records)

“All of the Above,” Ross Valory (original Journey bassist’s debut solo album; Hear here; OID Music) 

“Tie Me To You,” Mary Bragg (three-song EP; Hear here; Tone Tree Music)

“Out of the Blue,” WRKHOUSE (five-song EP; producers: Steffan Pringle, Mark Gardener, Ed Al-Shakarchi; Hear here; WRKHOUSE)

“I Feel Everything,” stardrop (six-song EP; new single: “Tiger”; See here; stardrop music)

“What It Takes,” Mad Ones (Toronto trash pop/garage rock band’s fifth album; Hear here; Fortune Stellar)

Somebody get me a cheeseburger

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Illusion, Dua Lipa 
Espresso, Sabrina Carpenter 
Evolve, Phish 
What You Won’t Do For Love, Gus Dapperton … a cover of the Bobby Caldwell classic 
Good Luck, Babe!, Chappell Roan 
FIRE, midwxst feat. DC The Don 
Put It in a Song, Trisha Yearwood 
High Notes, NEIL FRANCES & PawPaw Rod 
Father in Heaven (Right Now), BeBe Winans feat. Gerald Albright 
Chasing, Andra Day 
Velvet, MaKenzie 
I Get It Now, Sammy Rae & The Friends 
No Está Funcionando, Zulia, Sebastian Esquivel & Eugenio Esquivel 
Basement of Love, Lonnie Walker

T.G.F.K., Ferry Townes 
Ride On, Smash Mouth 
Misery, Jayce Turley 
How It Goes, The Greeting Committee  
Lujo y Detalle, Jasiel Nuñez & Tito Double P 
let go of me slowly, Sekou
Being Inside Made Me Go Insane, Flesh Car 
The Sink, hey, nothing 
You Lay the Path by Walking on It, Michele Ducci 
Go Home, Luke Francis 
Bottom of the Ninth, Side Saddle 
I Can Never Get Enough, Dylan Chambers 
Tower, Dolly Dagger 
Why Am I In Love With You, Magenta Wave
Like a Bomb, Lauren Freebird
Where did you go?, Psychic Social Club
Sorry, The Dandys
Wake Up, Cellmod

R.I.P.

Park Boram (K-pop singer)

Jon Card (Canadian punk rock drummer)

Max Werner (former Kayak vocalist)

Phil Nimmons (“Dean of Canadian Jazz”)

This Week In … 2000

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Maria Maria,” Santana feat. The Product G&B

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Try Again,” Aaliyah (from No. 38 to No. 28)

Highest Debut (No. 75) – “Crash and Burn,” Savage Garden

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Be With You,” Enrique Iglesias (from No. 63 to No. 45)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “No More Rain (In This Cloud),” Angie Stone

No. 1 Album – “No Strings Attached,” N*SYNC

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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