Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Roadrunner!,” Kaitlin Butts – June 28

“Lockjaw,” Frances Forever – June 28

“Still Bleeding,” Austin Snell – June 28

“Savage,” Tim Montana – July 12

“Hereditary,” Cassadee Pope – July 12

“Billy Strings Live Vol. 1,” Billy Strings – July 12

“Sing…,” The Raveonettes – July 19

“Sound of Heaven,” Danny Gokey – July 26

“analysis paralysis,” Four Year Strong – Aug. 9

“Hello! How Are You?,” Caity Gyorgy – Aug. 9

“The Phantom Five,” AWOLNATION – Aug. 30

“LIFE,” Mari Samuelsen – Aug. 30

“In a Landscape,” Max Richter – Sept. 6

“Dreamscapes,” Eli & Fur – Sept. 27

“Mid Spiral,” BADBADNOTGOOD – Oct. 25

New Music Friday: May 31, 2024

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Reissues

“Seventh Wave,” Melanie – July 26

“Synchronicity,” The Police – Deluxe Edition + Super Deluxe Edition: July 26

“Minx (Deluxe Edition),” Toyah – July 26

Vinyl

“The Complete Donington Collection,” Dio – July 19

“Quote Unquote 1991–1999,” Mr. Bungle – July 19

DVD + Blu-ray

“Columbo: The Return,” Peter Falk, et al – July 23

“Rocky: Ultimate Knockout Collection),” Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Burgess Meredith, et al – July 23

“Can’t Stop the Music (Special Edition),” Village People, Valerie Perrine, Bruce Jenner, Steve Guttenberg, Tammy Grimes, et al – July 23

“The Last Emperor (The Criterion Collection),” John Lone, Joan Chen, Peter O’Toole, Victor Wong, et al – Aug. 13

Music Books

“How to Disappear: A Portrait of Radiohead,” Colin Greenwood – Oct. 15

“We All Shine On: John, Yoko & Me,” Elliot Mintz- Oct. 22

“Long Live: The Definitive Guide to the Folklore and Fandom of Taylor Swift,” Nicole Pomarico – Dec. 3

Just Released

“>>>>,” Beak> (trio’s first album in six years; Hear here; Temporary Residence)

“Bruce County,” Owen Riegling (Canadian country singer-songwriter’s five-song debut EP; Hear here; Universal Music Canada)

“JESTERMAN,” Keli Holiday (five-song EP; Hear here; Keli Holiday)

“Driving By Numbers,” HALMA (Hamburg band’s eighth album; Hear here; Kapitän Platte)

“Deadtime Stories,” Lovelorn Dolls (Hear here; Spleen+)

“Hijo de Nena,” Lokixximo (producer: Co Piloto Dalaorden; Hear here; Lokixximo Music)

“Stop Thinking Start Feeling,” Cosmo’s Midnight (Hear here; Sony Music Australia)

“You Look Just Like Me,” Past Life Romeo (five-song EP; Hear here; Secret Life)

“Rearview,” HALF CAB (Dutch pop-punk band’s six-song EP; Hear here; TCBYML)

“Where the Pieces Came From,” Declatel (experimental rock artist’s debut album; Hear here; Inkwell Box)

“Back to the Beginning,” Worldcub (Hear here; Recordiau Ratl Records)

“Nervous Bliss,” She Knows (electronic act’s debut album; Hear here; BAR 25 Music)

“Pull the Sky Inside,” Winter Aid (San Francisco-based Irish songwriter’s second album; producers: Larry Crane, Chuck Johnson; Hear here; rainy season)

“Tombeaux,” Malini Sridharan (Brooklyn-based composer and multi-instrumentalist’s third album; producer: Julia Holter; Hear here; Birdwatcher)

Thought you'd never miss me 'til I got a fat city address

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

People Always Change, Tiny Habits 
Always Forever, Romy 
Like No One Could, Flora Cash
Honeycrash, SASAMI
Tropical Illusion / Passengers, Yacht Rock Revue 
So What If I…, Dream Drop 
A Drop Will Do, The Candy Whips 
While You Are Gone, Ty StoneHawker 
Tatianna, Freya Beer 
Where Are You?, The Chameleons 
Crank It Up, Ashley Wineland 
Without You, G.H. Francis 
YHWH, Nu Kreature feat. V. Rose 
Seagullz, Dare Club 
Get It Girl, Remy Garrison 
Imposter Syndrome, Matty Lloyd 
Fire Sprite, Ben Katzman 
The Sheets, Eidetic Dreams 
Fire in the Hole, Pam Ross 
Banned from the USA, Nestter Donuts & The Covids 
23, Cara Paige 
Don’t Talk Anymore, Dave Curl 
WYN, Sofia Gillani 
Bestia Göce, Zoe Moff 
Queen of Spades, Sohodolls 
No Problems, CNo 

R.I.P.

Amy Winslow (artist manager for Guided by Voices, Yoko Ono, Sean Ono Lennon, et al)

Richard M. Sherman (with his brother, Oscar-winning songwriter co-wrote songs for “Mary Poppins,” “The Jungle Book,” “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” etc.)

Doug Ingle (Iron Butterfly singer and organist)

Bud Logan (Nashville record producer)

Pat Rolfe (one of the first women to head a major publishing company on Music Row)

This Week In … 1963

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “If You Wanna Be Happy,” Jimmy Soul

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “It’s My Party,” Lesley Gore (from No. 26 to No. 9) 

Highest Debut (No. 72) – “String Along,” Rick Nelson 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Sukiyaki,” Kyu Sakamoto (from No. 45 to No. 20) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Shame, Shame, Shame,” Jimmy Reed 

No. 1 Album – “Days of Wine and Roses and Other TV Requests,” Andy Williams 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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