Updates + Additions

New Releases

“ATE,” Stray Kids – July 19

“Kingdom,” Amanda Fish – July 26

“Intermission,” Maren Morris – Aug. 2

“In the Shadow of the Holy Mountain,” Blind Pilot – Aug. 16

“Triggered,” Lesibu Grand – Aug. 16

“Champion,” Pom Poko – Aug. 16

“F-1 Trillion,” Post Malone – Aug. 16

“American Son,” Colby Acuff – Aug. 23

“The Boy Who Ran The Paisley Hotel,” Chime School – Aug. 23

“Chasing the Sun,” Colin James – Aug. 23

“Sunset on Sunset,” Psychic Lines – Aug. 23

“Amelia,” Laurie Anderson – Aug. 30

“Stella Cole,” Stella Cole – Aug. 30

“Fathers & Sons,” Luke Combs – CD + Vinyl: Aug. 30

“What’s Wrong With New York?,” The Dare – Sept. 6

“Escaper,” Sarah Kinsley – Sept. 6

“Low End Love Songs,” Pale Jay – Sept. 6

“Coming Up To Consciousness,” Pure Reason Revolution – Sept. 6

“I’m Not Afraid of Music Anymore,” COIN – Sept. 13

“DAYGLOW,” Dayglow – Sept. 13

“Memoir of a Sparklemuffin,” Suki Waterhouse – Sept. 13

“Flow Critical Lucidity,” Thurston Moore – Sept. 20

“Dance, No One’s Watching,” Ezra Collective – Sept. 27

“Songs About You Specifically,” MICHELLE – Sept. 27

“What Do You Believe In?,” Rag’n’Bone Man – Oct. 18

New Music Friday: June 21, 2024

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Reissues

“Civilians,” Joe Henry – Aug. 23

“Pyramid (Expanded Edition),” The Alan Parsons Project – Aug. 23

“I Can’t See Me Without You / I Can’t Stop Loving You / She Needs Someone To Hold Her / You’ve Never Been This Far Before,” Conway Twitty – Sept. 6

“Chain of Light,” Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Sept. 20

“Up to Here (Deluxe),” The Tragically Hip – Nov. 8

Vinyl

“Rotten Apples (The Smashing Pumpkins Greatest Hits),” Smashing Pumpkins – Aug. 9

Just Released

“Freak Show,” G-Eazy (guests: Leon Bridges, Coi Leray, French Montana, Lancey Foux, Kaliii; Hear here; RCA)

“SHHHHHHH!,” King Krule (four-song EP; Hear here; XL Recordings / Matador)

“After the Party,” Leslie Mendelson (Hear here; Pasadena)

“Burning in the Stars,” Rob Baird (Texas-based singer-songwriter’s seventh album; new single: “High Road”; Hear here; Hard Luck Recording Company)

“Always,” Toddy (Hear here; Light Organ)

“Amanzi,” Matt B (six-song EP; Hear here; Vitae Records / Hitskope)

“The Darkroom,” Swerve (four-song EP; new single: “23”; See here; The Darkroom Records)

“Exhibition Mode,” dazegxd (Brooklyn producer-DJ’s second album; Hear here; deadAir)

“but i cried for violets,” Mackenzie Shivers (three-song EP; Hear here; Eilean Donan Records)

“Why Does Anyone?,” G.H. Francis (four-song debut EP; Hear here; Baciami Disques)

Whenever this world is cruel to me / I got you to help me forgive

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

feelslikeimfallinginlove, Coldplay
the boy is mine (remix), Ariana Grande, Brandy & Monica
Pour Me a Drink, Post Malone feat. Blake Shelton
us, Gracie Abrams feat. Taylor Swift
Si Antes Te Hubiera Conocido, Karol G
breakdown., YUNGBLUD
Chanel No. 5, Camila Cabello
The girl, so confusing version with lorde, Charli xcx & Lorde
Out of Time, Zedd feat. Bea Miller
🙂, The Japanese House
cut!, Maren Morris feat. Julia Michaels
Never Be Yours, Kali Uchis
talking to the moon, Sam Tompkins
Contrato, Maluma
Over When We’re Sober, Brantley Gilbert feat. Ashley Cooke
Into Gold, London Grammar
Easy Lover, Seven Lions & Hilda
Voice in My Head Together, Pangea feat. Reckling
Times Two, Ferry Townes
Roses, Jaden
105 West, Jay Worthy & Dām-FunK feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Channel Tres, DJ Quik
Whether You Fall (2024 Single), Tracy Bonham
Big Man, Self Esteem & Moonchild Sanelly
Chameleon, Jana Mila
Filthy Rabbit Hole, The Garden
Gasoline, Lily Meola
Love Me Tonight, VINCINT x Betty
Teen Heartbreak, Chenayder
Quiet Drumming, Ouri & Jonah Yano
Reveille!, Conner Youngblood
CA$HETONA, El Blxnco
REMAINS, Alice Glass
The Lightning and The Old Man Todd, Goodnight, Texas
I Ought To Stay Away From You, Silva & Steini
Not Now But Someday / Luckiest Girl Alive, Sydney Sherrill
Losing My Mind, Marsaw
New Frontier, Rae Isla
Main Character, Jessica Boudreaux
Make it out alive, Skyrah Bliss
Graystone, Michael Zuzek 
Vast Horizons, Pillek  

R.I.P.

Joe Scaife (“Achy Breaky Heart,” “Redneck Woman” producer)

Terri Lynn Kathey (gospel and blues singer)

James Chance (“no wave” singer-saxophonist)

This Week In … 1985

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Heaven,” Bryan Adams 

Biggest Movers Within the Top 40 – “Raspberry Beret,” Prince and the Revolution (from No. 11 to No. 4), “A View to a Kill,” Duran Duran (from No. 12 to No. 5) and “Possession Obsession,” Daryl Hall & John Oates (from No. 38 to No. 31) 

Highest Debut (No. 54) – “Freeway of Love,” Aretha Franklin 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record),” Dead or Alive (from No. 63 to No. 41)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Walking on the Chinese Wall,” Philip Bailey 

No. 1 Album – “Around the World in a Day,” Prince and the Revolution 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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