Updates + Additions

New Releases

“DARK SIDE OF THE BRAIN,” Flat Black – July 19

“Molecular Steve,” Molecular Steve – July 19

“Stampede,” Orville Peck – Aug. 2

“Call the Devil,” Mushroomhead – Aug. 9

“Metropolitan,” Nova Charisma – Aug. 9

“Where I’m Coming From,” George Brown – Sept. 13

“Odyssey,” Nubya Garcia – Sept. 20

“Lemons, Limes, and Orchids,” Joan As Police Woman – Sept. 20

“Smitten,” Pale Waves – Sept. 20

“Servitude,” The Black Dahlia Murder – Sept. 27

“The Phoenix,” Jett Holden – Oct. 4

“Key,” Alison Moyet – Oct. 4

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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“In the Lonely Hour (10th Anniversary Edition),” Sam Smith – Aug. 2

“MEMPHIS,” Elvis Presley – Aug. 9

“UltraCopacetic (Copacetic Remixed and Expanded),” Velocity Girl – Aug. 16

“All’opera: Complete Opera Recordings on Warner Classics,” Roberto Alagna – Sept. 6

“Lulu: Decade 1967-1976,” Lulu – Sept. 13


“Fireworks and Rollerblades,” Benson Boone – July 26

Just Released

“Rainbow (25th Anniversary Expanded Edition),” Mariah Carey (1999 album, featuring “Heartbreaker” and “Thank God I Found You”; digital-only edition features unreleased bonus tracks, fan-favorite songs and live performances; Double Picture Disc out Oct. 18; Hear here; Merch; Columbia)

“SPEAK NOW,” Moneybagg Yo (guests: Morgan Wallen, Chris Brown, Lil Durk, Rob49, YTB FATT, Kevo Muney; Hear here; CMG / N-Less / Interscope)

“HEAT,” Tove Lo & SG Lewis (four-song EP; Hear here; Pretty Swede)

“The Heart of Rock and Roll (Original Broadway Cast Recording),” various artists (Hear here; Joy Machine)

“The Lost Ones,” Florrie (Hear here; BMG Rights Management)

“GEMINI!,” Lucki (Hear here; Lucki / EMPIRE)

“Mind Blossom,” Fr1th (South London producer’s label debut album; Hear here; Mello Music Group)

“…To Mourn the Death of a Stranger,” VILT (Hear here; GAIN / Fifth Island Music)

“Broken Chairs,” Vicky von Vicky (five-song EP; new single: “Be Still My Heart”; Hear here; Dog Sonic)

“Searching For Home,” Living Waters (six-song EP; Living Waters)

You can't tell your best buddy that you love him

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Power of Two (from “Star Wars: The Acolyte”), Victoria Monét
Dreamin’, Common & Pete Rock
Devil In My Ear, The Red Clay Strays
Saturday Night Special, LL Cool J feat. Rick Ross & Fat Joe
Adore U, Khalid
Mami Chula, Chino Pacas
I AM, Macy Gray x Big Freedia
Greedy, Marsha Ambrosius
Leap, Billy Porter
Everything Is Changing, Billy Currington
Give Me a Sign, Bryant Barnes
OUTSIDE, Shordie Shordie
Little Miss Runner Up, Gretchen Wilson
The Hill, Caylee Hammack
Forever Blue, OSKA
Ice Me, Big Boss Vette
Barcelona (Learning To Love Myself), Rikas
TOTM, Joe West
Durag Bleek, Memphis Bleek
Home, Mariam The Believer
OOTW, Shaé Universe
Find Someone, Beta Radio
Tethered, flor
lost my head, Coastal Club
First Time, NERIAH
Blue Bird, Carter Faith
Wolfman, Molecular Steve
Era, Tayla Parx feat. Tkay Maidza
SUVY THEATERS, Fivio Foreign
10 Day Run, Whey Jennings 
A Little Mad, Aisha Badru
LEMON TREES, Dylan Sinclair
my own little hell, Abby K
Expectations, Julia Raye
Hang On, Nelson Sobral

Better in the Rearview, HALIE feat. Daniel Jeffers
Know Your Name, Madison Olivia
muse, Piper Connolly 
All I Want Is You, Lark 
Brooklyn, Marc Ambrosia 
Weird Wild Wonderful You, Emily Hicks


Angela Bofill (R&B/jazz singer)

Jeremy Tepper (program director of SiriusXM’s “Outlaw Country” channel)

Johnny Canales (Tejano singer and TV host)

This Week In … 2005

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “We Belong Together,” Mariah Carey

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Don’t Cha,” The Pussycat Dolls feat. Busta Rhymes (from No. 36 to No. 19) 

Highest Debut (No. 81) – “Pimpin’ All Over the World,” Ludacris feat. Bobby Valentino

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Get It Poppin’,” Fat Joe feat. Nelly (from No. 88 to No. 51) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “An Honest Mistake,” The Bravery

No. 1 Album – “Out of Exile,” Audioslave

Tour + Festival News

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Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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