Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Grizzly Peak,” FREQz – June 7

“Live at Glastonbury,” The HU – June 7

“Vagabonds, Virgins & Misfits,” Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs – June 14

“I’m an animal now,” Eamon Fogarty – June 14

“VANTABLACK,” Lalah Hathaway – June 14

“All the Girls in the Room Say ‘Sorry’,” Pride Month Barbie – June 14

“Positively 4th Street: A Tribute to Bob Dylan,” Rory Block – June 28

“C, XOXO,” Camila Cabello – June 28

“Songs of Love and Life,” The Del McCoury Band – June 28

“Struck Down,” The Fabulous Thunderbirds – June 28

“Popular Monster,” Falling in Reverse – July 26

“VIVA HINDS,” Hinds – Sept. 6

“Cascades, Cascading, Cascadingly,” Conner Youngblood – Sept. 6

New Music Friday: May 10, 2024

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Reissues

“Whisky A Go Go, 1968,” Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention – June 21

“Get the Feeling: The Complete Fantasy/Honey Recordings,” Two Tons O’ Fun – June 28

“The Columbia Albums 1971-1975,” Weather Report – July 5

Vinyl

“Southern Rock Opera (Deluxe Editon),” Drive-By Truckers – July 26

DVD + Blu-ray

“Welcome Back, Kotter: The Complete Series,” Gabe Kaplan, Marcia Strassman, Robert Hegyes, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Ron Palillo, John Travolta, et al – June 11

“The Boy and the Blue Heron,” Christian Bale, Dave Bautista, Gemma Chan, Willem Dafoe, et al – July 9

“True Detective: Night Country (Season 4),” Jodie Foster, Kali Reis, Fiona Shaw, Finn Bennett, et al – July 9

“The Linguini Incident: Director’s Cut (Collector’s Edition),” David Bowie, Rosanna Arquette, Marlee Matlin, et al – July 23

“Ted Lasso: The Complete Series,” Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, et al – July 30

Just Released

“Diary – Live at London Bridge Studio,” Sunny Day Real Estate (rerecording of their 1994 debut album; Hear here; Sunny Day Real Estate)

“In This Light,” Principe Valiente (Hear here; Metropolis)

“Mask of the White Ape,” Michael Kepler feat. Lyso (Swiss music journalist and progressive rock artist’s solo debut album; producer: Pietro Foresti; Hear here; Universal Music Italia)

“Hyperspiritual,” YUS (L.A.-based synthpop artist’s fourth album; Hear here; Manneken)

“Disruptor,” Middle Part (Hear here; Little Planet Music)

“Footprints,” John Michael Hersey (Hear here; John Michael Hersey)

“Social Decay,” Perfect Strangers (producer: Anthony Vitanza; new single: “Tear Me Apart”; Hear here; Ready 4 Anything Records)

Every generation blames the one before / And all of their frustrations come beating on your door

New Songs Playlist

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Tweak, 41 
Nashville, Carter Vail 
Deep Side, Divine Sweater 
Seven, Koreless 
Clarity, Blackwater Railroad Company 
Over the Hill, Certain Animals 
Told You So, Zach Seabaugh … reached the semifinals of the ninth season of “The Voice” 
Available, Rebecca Frazier 
Microgravity tank, DRAAG 
Lemon, Dani Laundry 
Seasick, Ebba Bergkvist & The Flat Tire Band 
All of My Friends, Nightjacket 
The Good Life, Leslie Mendelson 

Big Wave, Razor Braids
Ascension Day, Hide and Shine
Tell Me, Juniper Honey 

Yahweh Your Way, Jon Mark 
From Touch 2 Tackle, River Nelson & AltoBeats 
Kryptonite, Erin Gibney 
Doesn’t Matter, Caroline Romano 
Buried Just Beyond, Bats & Mice 
Da vi var små (When we were young), MÍO 
Alive, Spencer Sutherland 
Vampires, Bullets and Octane 
Jesus Made an Outlaw, Corey Davis 
Not a Day Goes By, Mortimer 
Dad Dog, Minny Pops
Run It Out, Rad Owl 
Coelacanth, Paper Anthem 
PWITB?, MOVINA 
What We About, DJ Blackflame 

R.I.P.

Susan Buckner (actress starred as Patty Simcox in “Grease” and was part of the all-girl group Fantasy and one-half of the musical duo Buckner & Pratt)

Gary Floyd (The Dicks)

This Week In … 1992

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Jump,” Kris Kross 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Under the Bridge,” Red Hot Chili Peppers (from No. 24 to No. 12) 

Highest Debut (No. 79) – “Hold On My Heart,” Genesis 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Smells Like Nirvana,” “Weird Al” Yankovic (from No. 95 to No. 45) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “High,” The Cure

No. 1 Album – “Adrenalize,” Def Leppard

Tour + Festival News

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Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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