Updates + Additions

New Releases

“This Place Is Haunted,” High Noon Kahuna – May 17

“Reunion,” John Oates – May 17

“Her Way Out,” Big Head Todd & The Monsters – May 31

“Further Afield,” +/- {Plus/Minus} – May 31

“Sha La La,” Winnetka Bowling League – May 31

“BRAT,” Charli XCX – release date + preorder links, June 7

“Countin’ the Miles,” Jesse Daniel – June 7

“I Hear You,” Peggy Gou – June 7

“Pulsar,” L’Impératrice – June 7

“Good At Love,” Paige Stark – June 7

“ENCORE!,” Jill Barber – June 14

“Sonic Ranch,” Fastball – June 14

“Palpitations,” LAUREL – June 14

“Spinning Out,” SHAED – June 14

“Gravity,” The Dangerous Summer – June 21

“Your Own Becoming,” MILLY – June 28

“I Love You So F*ing Much,” Glass Animals – July 19

“Reverie,” Gorgon City – July 19

“hi, my name is insecure.,” Sam Tompkins – new release date, July 19

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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“Fresh! (Deluxe Edition),” Gina G – May 31

“It’s Wonderful: The Complete Atlantic Studio Recordings,” The Rascals – May 31

“It’s Good for the Soul: The Vince Montana Years (1975-1978),” The Salsoul Orchestra – May 31

“No Songs Tomorrow: Darkwave, Ethereal Rock and Coldwave 1981-1990,” various artists – May 31

“Jungle (40th Anniversary Edition),” Dwight Twilley – June 7

Music Books

“Talkin’ Greenwich Village: The Heady Rise and Slow Fall of America’s Bohemian Music Capital,” David Browne – Sept. 17

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“genre : sadboy,” mgk & Trippie Redd (Hear here; 10k/ EST 19XX / Interscope)

“Resiliencia,” Yailin la Más Viral (six-song EP; Hear here; Iris Live Music, LLC / Equity Distribution)

“Off the Beat,” I.M (six-song EP; Hear here; SME Korea)

“BABYMONS7ER,” BABYMONSTER (seven-song EP; Hear here; YG Entertainment)

“Babe I Hear Thunder In Your Heart,” Arsun (NYC singer-songwriter’s debut album; new single: “If You Must Leave”; See here; Arsun Entertainment)

Everything I had to know / I heard it on my radio

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Dancing star, Pet Shop Boys 
Eyes Closed, Imagine Dragons 
After Hours, Kehlani 
Every Emotion, Bright Light Bright Light & Ultra Naté 
In Montreal, Kaia Kater feat. Allison Russell 
86Sentra, NxWorries 
Not In My Lifetime, Juliana Madrid 
Good at Love, Paige Stark 
Only Killers. Scott Guild & Cindertalk feat. Stranger Cat 
The Crowd, Swim Surreal feat. Zero 7 
cc/ac, TYPEY 

Lift Me Up, Maïa Davies 
Candy Heart, Arto Vaun 
Agidi, RAH & The Ruffcats 
Fool’s Paradise, Olympia Vitalis 
Great Escape, Matías Roden 
Touch, Adam Swim 
Move!, Cassowary 
Whiskey on the Porch, Bryce Halloway 
I Hate You in the Morning, Otha 
Verse, Chrissy Chlapecka 
Skatepark Sweetheart, Crystal Crush 
The Ham in You, Mike Evin 
You Can Do Better, Blacklite District 
Tomorrow, Brett Matthews
World That Doesn’t Fit, Sevi 


John J. Tatgenhorst (arranger-composer arranged “Hang On Sloopy” for the Ohio State Marching Band and worked with John Williams)

Jean-Paul Vignon (French vocalist and actor)

This Week In … 1989

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Eternal Flame,” Bangles 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Like a Prayer,” Madonna (from No. 25 to No. 11) 

Highest Debut (No. 62) – “Electric Youth,” Debbie Gibson 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Soldier of Love,” Donny Osmond (from No. 73 to No. 54) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “End of the Line,” Traveling Wilburys 

No. 1 Album – “Electric Youth,” Debbie Gibson 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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