Updates + Additions

New Releases

“MUSE,” Jimin – July 19

“Consequences of the Crown,” Shelby Lynne – album title + release date: Aug. 16

“The Bed I Made,” The Softies – Aug. 23

“Every Time I Think About You,” The Cactus Blossoms – Aug. 30

“Wish on the Bone,” Why Bonnie – Aug. 30

“The Universal Fire,” Jeffrey Foucault – Sept. 6

“Sage Warrior,” Sonny Singh – Sept. 6

“AD 2022 – Live in Manchester,” The Damned – Sept. 13

“SHINBANGUMI,” Ginger Root – Sept. 13

“Willie Watson,” Willie Watson – Sept. 13

“Sad Girl,” TSHA – Sept. 27

“Moon Music,” Coldplay – Oct. 4

“Got a Story to Tell,” Thee Sacred Souls – Oct. 4

“Album of the Year # 1 Funkateer,” Bootsy Collins – Oct. 25

New Music Friday: June 21, 2024

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Reissues

“The Complete EMI Recordings 1989-1995,” Thunder – Aug. 30

“Blood From Stars,” Joe Henry – Oct. 18

Vinyl

“Café,” Café – Aug. 9

“Supernatural (25th Anniversary Edition),” Santana – Sept. 20

“Bridgerton Season Three (Soundtrack From the Netflix Series),” various artists – Sept. 27

Just Released

“Match My Freak,” Tinashe (six-song EP, featuring “Nasty” remixes by Wuki, 7fiendss, Jane Remover, DJ Tunez, svntana archives, OG Ron C, and DJ Candlestick; Hear here; Nice Life Recording Company)

“Placenta,” Carlos Niño & Friends (guests: André 3000, Nate Mercereau, Jamire Williams, Sam Gendel, Jamael Dean, Dexter Story, Brandon Eugene Owens, Maia, et al; Hear here; International Anthem)

“The Blackest Thing on the Menu,” Gangstagrass (Hear here; Rench Audio)

“River of Tears,” Surrender Hill (Americana duo’s seventh album; Hear here; Blue Betty Records)

“Seven (From East to West),” Monsieur Minimal (Hear here; Mo.Mi.Records)

“Lullabies After Storms and Floods,” Parade (new single: “Do You Know Where Your Friends Are Right Now?”; Hear here; Elastic Recordings)

Sometimes I drink more than I need / Until the TV's dead and gone

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Life, Jamie xx & Robyn 
Album of the Year #1 Funkateer, Bootsy Collins feat. Bootdullivan & Myra Washington
Good Books, Lola Young 
Fragile, James and the Cold Gun 
Green Light, Tuelo
Driving Nowhere, Shonali
The Last Dance, The Mysterines
We Get By, Jordana
The Fall, ROKI
Anthem, Old City feat. The Ramonas
Wild Horses, Mondo Cozmo 
The Mirror and the Dancer, The Spiritual Machines 
Bad Love, Eyes Like Midnight 
Logos, Oceanhoarse 
Dreamcatcher, Micki Free 
You’re the Best, Otha 
Green River Revival, Greg Loftus
Supernatural, MAWK3
two truths and a lie, Ashley Anne 
Sugar, The Black Moods
God Damn, Love Ghost & ND Kobi 
Sploinky Dub, Subtronics feat Grech 
You Do, ORB 
Cranberry, GRÓA 
muse, Piper Connolly 

R.I.P.

Dave Ferguson (fiddler with Country Gazette)

Dario G (dance music producer, best known for “Sunchyme”)

Buzz Cason (singer-songwriter co-wrote “Everlasting Love”)

Adam Lewis (bassist and founding member of Fenix TX)

This Week In … 1995

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?,” Bryan Adams 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Waterfalls,” TLC (from No. 39 to No. 12) 

Highest Debut (No. 5) – “Scream,” Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Waterfalls,” TLC (from No. 39 to No. 12)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Sick of Myself,” Matthew Sweet 

No. 1 Album – “Cracked Rear View,” Hootie & the Blowfish 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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