Updates + Additions

New Releases

“I Built a World,” Bronwyn Keith-Hynes – May 24

“Night Reign,” Arooj Aftab – May 31

“OATH,” Mono – June 14

“What Occurs,” Islands – June 21

“Gerry Beckley,” Gerry Beckley – June 28

“How Will I Live Without a Body?,” Loma – June 28

“South of Here,” Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – June 28

“Fool’s Parade,” Color Green – July 12

“Mountain Music,” Nina Nesbitt – Sept. 27

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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“As I Roved Out: A Story of Celtic Rock 1968-1978,” various artists – June 21

“Collected Works Volume 1: 1989=1997,” Cranes – June 28

“The Albums 1980-1985,” Richard “Dimples” Fields – June 28

“Borne on the Solar Wind: The Vertigo Albums,” Jade Warrior – June 28


“This Is How We Do It,” Montell Jordan – June 28

Just Released

“I Believe • Hometown Version,” Phil Wickham (reimagined and re-recorded version of his “I Believe” album, recorded in his hometown of Encinitas, CA; producer: David Cook; Hear here; Fair Trade Services)

“Heads I Win, Tails You Lose,” The Alchemist, Oh No & Gangrene (guests: Boldy James, Evidence, ANKHLEJOHN; Hear here; ALC / Gangrene)

“CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS,” Mozzy (Hear here; Mozzy Records)

“Memory Morning,” Tourist (Hear here; Vinyl out June 7; Monday Records)

“How the Beautiful Decay,” Lightworker (San Francisco trio’s second album; Hear here; Solid State)

“The Intro,” RVSHVD (south Georgia singer-songwriter’s six-song debut EP; guests: Danny Worsnop, Paul Wall, ICE NINE KILLS; Hear here; The Penthouse South / Sumerian Nashville)

“LIMBO,” Blair Lee (six-song EP; new single: “Don’t Wanna Leave”; See here; Hear here; Muk Posh)

“Last Stage Capitalism,” Griefcat (See here; Griefcat)

“Indulgence,” The Family Rain (sibling trio’s second album and first since its 2012 debut; See here; Matterhorn Music)

“Urethane,” Alley of the Dolls (five-song debut EP; Hear here; Alley of the Dolls)

Slow down, you move too fast / You got to make the morning last

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Fortnight, Taylor Swift feat. Post Malone
Push Ups, Drake
Fame Won’t Love You, Sia feat. Paris Hilton
Younger and Wiser, Danielle Bradbery
Pirates & Parrots, Zac Brown Band feat. Mac McAnally
Define My Name, Nas & DJ Premier
That’s My Girl / Tired, Russ
questions, chaos, & faith, Joy Oladokun
I Think I Love U, KB Mike
Happy World, Debbii Dawson
Lazy, They Might Be Giants … rendition of the Irving Berlin song, recorded as part of WNYC’s “Public Song Project”
KEEP UP, Bandmanrill
Background, Wafia
Baddies, SadBoi
You’re So Ugly When You Cry, The Funeral Portrait feat. Bert McCracken of The Used

M.H.D., Midheaven
I Wanna Be There, Evangeline
Nosedive, flor
Phlegraean Fields, HALMA
Melting, KIDSØ, Helaine Vis & The Robins
Whatever You Like, SAMMM.
Natural Light, ANT ENOCH
Cardboard Moon, Ghost Party
Mountain Song, Mia Day
Like This (Always Sunny mix), LLOREN
Up to You, jjuujjuu
Moving Into Tucson, Run & Hide
Say It to My Face, Angela Chambers
Turn Away, Pete Muller 
So Familiar, Sylo 
Latte Partay, TYDE
Weightless, OMRA
Better Than Today, The Quick & Easy Boys
Nepo Baby, Fox SZN 
Susie Darlin’, Trevor McShane


Mandisa (Grammy-winning singer and “American Idol” alum)

Jun Mhoon (music producer and adolescent drummer for The Staple Singers)

Dickey Betts (Allman Brothers Band singer-guitarist)

Arthur “Pooch” Tavares (lead singer of Tavares)

This Week In … 1980

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Let It Be,” The Beatles 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Woodstock,” Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (from No. 33 to No. 17) 

Highest Debut (No. 72) – “The Letter,” Joe Cocker 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Airport Love Theme (Gwen and Vern),” Vincent Bell (from No. 90 to No. 44) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone,” Charley Pride 

No. 1 Album – “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” Simon & Garfunkel 

Tour + Festival News

> Karol G to Headline Rock in Rio 2024 | Billboard

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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