(This will be updated throughout the day as new releases come in, so check back frequently)


“The Lucky Ones,” Pentatonix – Feb. 12
“Nature Always Wins,” Maxïmo Park – Feb. 26
“Polydans,” Roosevelt – Feb. 26
“Choices,” Lucy Spraggan – Feb. 26
“Could Have Loved You,” Fretland – March 26


“Here’s to the Next Time (Piano/Tambourine Demo),” Elton John … from “Jewel Box” (out Nov. 13)
“Do or Die / Contagious,” Ani DiFranco
“Downhill,” Lund
“Have I Told You Lately,” Chris Jasper
“Cry,” Sam Himself
“Triple Lutz,” Lamuzgueule
“Many Things,” The Yorks
“Demons,” The Nursery
“lunar light,” Mikey Ferrari
“On and On,” Loose Fang
“Better As Friends,” Eighty Ninety
“Care for You,” The Marias
“No Way to Live,” Phantom Atlantic
“Dose Me Up,” Vox Rea
“Oh Well, I’ll Never Learn,” The Legends


George McCrae (76)
Jeannie C. Riley (75)
Wilbert Hart (73)
Patrick Simmons (72)
Nino DeFranco (65)
Karl Wallinger (63)
Sinitta (62)
Jennifer Holliday (60)
Daniel Woodgate (60)
Todd Park Mohr (55)
Pras Michel (48)
Cyndi Thomson (44)
Zac Barnett (34)


Maisa Tsuno (of the Japanese rock band Akaiko-en)


It’s Springsteen Week on Apple Music: The rock legend launches new Apple Music radio show, premieres documentary film on Apple TV+, hosts a special Apple Music fan event and more. Fans can also tune in to the brand new Apple Music TV on Thursday (Oct. 22) for Springsteen music videos all day long leading into the Friday release of his new album, “Letter to You.”

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