Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Stampede: Vol. 1,” Orville Peck – May 10

“Right Place, Wrong Person,” RM – May 24

“uNomkhubulwane,” Nduduzo Makhathini – June 7

“Cape Town to Cairo,” PJ Morton – June 14

“Dopamine,” Normani – June 14

“Fat Cat Silhouette,” Oliver Wood – June 14

“Bleeders,” Black Veil Brides – June 21

“Ghost of the Heart,” Daniel Davies – June 21

“The Henry Mancini 100th Sessions: Henry Has Company,” various artists – June 21

“TRUE MAGIC,” salute – July 12

“Dr. Dog,” Dr. Dog – July 19

“Instability of the Signal,” Simon Fisher Turner – Aug. 2

“Sunday Sadness,” Amy Shark – Aug. 16

“Rise Above It All,” The Georgia Thunderbolts – Aug. 23

“Clear + Plain,” Sam Weber – Aug. 23

“Somebody New,” Jana Mila – Aug. 30

“Lonesome High,” Dear Rouge – Sept. 13

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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“Dreams Do Come True: When George Benson Meets Robert Farnon,” George Benson – June 14


“Greatest Hits,” Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – May 31

Just Released

“LIVE,” Louis Tomlinson (recorded across 15 cities over three years; Hear here; BMG Rights Management)

“I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1.5),” Teddy Swims (2023 album; with four extra tracks; Hear here; Warner)

“Angel Face (Club Deluxe),” Stephen Sanchez (2023 debut album; with five new tracks; Hear here; Mercury / Republic)

“A Mucha Honra,” Thalia (nine-track EP, returning to her música mexicana roots; Hear here; Read here; Sony Music U.S. Latin)

“COPE Live at The Earl,” Manchester Orchestra (Hear here; Loma Vista Recordings / Concord)

“Restless Mind,” Fresco Trey (four-song EP; new single: “Heartbreak Ain’t Easy”; Hear here; Warner)

“Nothing You Don’t Know,” ID Labs (16 tracks; Hear here; REMember Music / Warner)

“DEAR READER,” PEGGY (six-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“BANA,” tana (Hear here; Galactic / Republic)

“My Gift To You (Side A),” Hardrock (nine-track EP; new single: “ST PATRICK’S DAY”; Hear here; Victor Victor / Republic)

“SORRY, I CHANGED,” Aaron Cole (Dove Award-winning Christian hip-hop artist’s third album; Hear here; RCA Inspiration)

“Luke’s View,” Classified (Canadian rapper’s 19th album; producer: Classified; guests: Masta Ace, Mike Boyd; Hear here; HalfLife Records / Big Story Entertainment)

“蘇醒 II: Frailty OU,” (producers: OU, Devin Townsend; Hear here; See here; InsideOutMusic)

“Clear My Heart,” Rexford (six-song EP; Hear here; SJ Entertainment)

“Raised,” Rosa Landers (three-song debut EP; Hear here; Lekker Collection)

Don't be angry, don't be sad / Don't sit cryin' over good times you've had

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Grip, Anitta 
Trust Me, Lil Nas X 
1:59, Normani feat. Gunna
The Piper’s Call, David Gilmour 
I Should Have Known It, Chris Stapleton … a cover of Tom Petty
A Love Like This, New Kids on the Block 
Love Me JeJe, Tems 
Dogs of War, Mötley Crüe 
rentrer chez moi, Christine and the Queens 
I Was Made For Lovin’ You (from “The Fall Guy”), YUNGBLUD 
Bleeders, Black Veil Brides
Can’t Come Back, Coi Leray 
I Pray, Richie Sambora 
Home, Jack Johnson & Stick Figure 
ADIVINO, Myke Towers & Bad Bunny 
Scary Love, Mickey Guyton
The Elevator, Guster 
Potential, Lauv
Baby Daddy’s Weekend, Elle King 
Somebody New, Jana Mila 
Catch Me If You Can, The Scarlet Opera 
bleachers, Haiden Henderson 
Legs (Keep Dancing), Vanessa Williams

Roll Around the Sun, The String Cheese Incident
Something You Can Hold, Mason Ramsey 
The Bridge, Parade 
Fade Away, CLAY 
My Light, Matt B 
Do Better, Rachel Grae 
Westside, Jay Worthy & DāM-FunK feat. DRAM 
Tomorrow’s 87 / The Apologist Effigy, The Laughing Chimes 
Retrograde, Babe Rainbow 
Telephone, Cosmo’s Midnight 
Deja Vu, Summer Salt 
Self Made, Jenna DeVries 
I Know You Won’t, Sarah Hardwig
Daydream, Billianne 
24.01, Sam Bambery 
Colors, Chenayder & Mavi 
In the Dying Light of a Setting Sun, Stand Still 
day i die, Alexander Stewart 
Grandma’s Hands, Hannah Anders 
The Only Queer in the Van, G.H. Francis 
Lullaby for Love, Lightning Bug 
twisted play, Piper Connolly 
A Good Man Died, Cut The Kids In Half 
Animal, Wild Arrows 
All the Things, retropxssy 
Out for Blood, Payson Lewis 


Mike Pinder (keyboardist and co-founder of The Moody Blues)

This Week In … 1981

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Kiss On My List,” Daryl Hall & John Oates 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Bette Davis Eyes,” Kim Carnes (from No. 27 to No. 18) 

Highest Debut (No. 67) – “This Little Girl,” Gary U.S. Bonds 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Medley,” Stars On 45 (from No. 61 to No. 48) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Lover,” Michael Stanley Band 

No. 1 Album – “Hi Infidelity,” REO Speedwagon 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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