Updates + Additions

New Releases

“The Cleanest of Houses Are Empty,” Carly Cosgrove – June 14

“Julius Eastman Vol. 4: The Holy Presence,” Wild Up – June 21

“Notes from a Quiet Life,” Washed Out – June 28

“Vertigo,” Griff – July 19

“HEAVY JELLY,” SOFT PLAY – July 19

“9 Lives,” Koe Wetzel – July 19

“The Fear of Standing Still,” American Aquarium – July 26

“want,” MAITA – July 26

“Million Dollar Baby,” Pixey – Aug. 2

“FOREVER,” Charly Bliss – Aug. 16

“TOXIC,” Yours Truly – Aug. 16

“End of the Tunnel,” Atlas Genius – Aug. 23

New Music Friday: May 3, 2024

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Reissues

“From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music,” various artists – May 31

“X (10th Anniversary Edition),” Ed Sheeran – June 21

“The Glamorous Life,” Sheila E. – June 28

“Nightwalker,” Gino Vannelli – June 28

“No. 1 in Heaven,” Sparks – July 5

Vinyl

“Live in Buffalo July 4th 2004,” Goo Goo Dolls – June 21

Just Released

“Troubleshooting,” Xdinary Heroes (South Korean rock group’s debut album; new single: “Little Things”; Hear here; STUDIO J / JYP Entertainment)

More Words & Music,” Dean Friedman (30-song compilation, handpicked from the “Ariel” singer’s past eight studio albums; Hear here; Dean Friedman)

“Mirror,” David Malloy (Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame 2022 inductee’s debut album; new single: “Mason’s Wallet”; Hear here; Creative People Music)

“☆ HELLCAT ☆,” Kitty Coen (Nashville-based alt-pop/rock artist’s debut album; Hear here; Kitty Coen)

“bruce mclellan,” bruce mclellan (Release Dragon Records)

“Welcome to the Grind,” Jolly Jackers (Tom-Tom Records) 

“Evergold,” Joshua Hyslop (Nettwerk)

“A Pretty F**king Cool EP,” MaKenzie (four songs; Warner)

“Songs of a Past Life,” Landon Conrath (six-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Victory For Mad Love,” King Black Acid (producer: Daniel Riddle; Cavity Search Records / Mazinga Records

“Perpetual Void,” Marta Sánchez Trio (Intakt)

“True As They Come,” Shay Martin Lovette (four-song EP; Red-winged Black Bird)

“How???,” How??? (debut album; Misra)

“Poetry (for the scorned and lonely),” Mary Middlefield (eight-song EP; Mary Middlefield)

“Acid Field Recordings in Dub,” Audio Obscura (Subexotic)

“Singles Night,” Royal Castles (five-song EP; new single: “I Don’t Think I Like You”; See here; Hear here; Royal Castles)

When you walked into the room / There was voodoo in the vibes

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Our Father, Wild Up 
Can’t Be Still, illuminati hotties 
Pool Day, Only Twin feat. Emilia Ali 
County Fair, Eddy Lee Ryder 
I Prefer You In My Head, Felicity 
You’re Not Alone, L.C. Franke 
girl with a problem, Amy Allen 
Botoxxx, Isabella Lovestory 
Going Blue, Victoria Bigelow 
Sexed & Sexual, Sans Soucis 
Just Enough, Juliana Madrid 
Follow Your Majesty, Little Monarch 
The Other Cheek, Jenny Parrott 
Dreaming, Cody Murphy 
I Just Wanna Love You, Brother Maven 
Unsubscribe, Hayley and the Crushers 
Space, Kaiit 
Can’t Do This Anymore, Zoë Kilgrens 
Filters, Shallow Side feat. Elias Soriano 
Swagger With Kindness, The Ratchets 
Far, Shimizu & Lyriya 
Where I Make My Home, Tennyson King & Lindi Ortega
I’M ALIVE (Right Now), Goz 

R.I.P.

Richard Tandy (Electric Light Orchestra keyboardist)

Duane Eddy (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist)

Tony Pigg (veteran New York City disc jockey)

This Week In … 1961

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Runaway,” Del Shannon 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Flaming Star,” Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires (from No. 34 to No. 19) 

Highest Debut (No. 53) – “That Old Black Magic,” Bobby Rydell 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “(Dance The) Mess Around,” Chubby Checker (from No. 79 to No. 28) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Glory of Love,” The Roommates 

No. 1 Album – “Calcutta!,” Lawrence Welk 

Tour + Festival News

> Foo Fighters Launch 2024 Tour | Ultimate Classic Rock

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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