[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]UPDATES / ADDITIONS[/su_highlight]


“This Is What a Winner Looks Like,” Godsticks – May 26, 2023

“Cloudland Canyon,” Cloudland Canyon – June 2, 2023

“But Here We Are,” Foo Fighters – June 2, 2023

“BODYBOUND,” James Bishop – June 16, 2023

“Arrival,” Good Dear Good – June 16, 2023

“Provincetown,” MAN ON MAN – June 16, 2023

“Julius Eastman Vol. 3: If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Rich,” Wild Up – June 16, 2023

“Life Under the Gun,” Militarie Gun – June 23, 2023

“Wild & Precious Life,” Duane Betts – July 14, 2023

“EVERGREEN,” PVRIS – July 14, 2023

“You & I,” Rita Ora – July 14, 2023

“You Are Who You Hang Out With,” The Front Bottoms – Aug. 4, 2023

“Inuktitut,” Elisapie – Sept. 15, 2023

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MORE UPCOMING RELEASES (release date pending)

“Confessions of the Fallen,” Staind – September 2023


“Field Day (40th Anniversary Expanded Edition),” Marshall Crenshaw – July 14, 2023


“MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO,” Karol G – June 30, 2023


“My Effin’ Life,” Geddy Lee – Nov. 14, 2023

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]JUST RELEASED[/su_highlight] (surprise releases + more)

“Attitude,” Indigo V (four-song EP; producers: Lantz, David Ariza; See here; VNV Recordings)

“playing w/ fire,” redveil (EP; new single: “black enuff”; See here; redveil LLC)

“Sacrilegious,” SUTON (Bosnian doom metal band’s debut album; Hear here; insArt Records / Satanath Records)

“Live at Kulak’s Woodshed,” JNJ Band (producer: Nalini Lasiewicz; guest: Diego Garcia; first single: “Say You Love Me”; Hear here; JNJ Band)

​​”Outskirts of Nowhere,” Clifton 2.5 (four-song EP; producer: Ross Dorkin; Hear here; Leafy Outlook)

“The Rascal Is Back,” Ben Bostick (See here; Simply Fantastic Music)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]NEW SONGS[/su_highlight] (click on title to stream)

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Rescued, Foo Fighters
I Used To Be In Love, Jake Shears
No One Knows We’re Dancing, Everything But the Girl
Blades, Arlo Parks
Lowest in Me, Staind
Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide, Easy Star All-Stars feat. Macy Gray
Undone and Unashamed, The Murlocs
Outlook, The Front Bottoms
Beginner’s Luck, Jealous of the Birds
Golden, Milky Chance
Baby This is Worth It, Jeremy Voltz
Same Face, Setting Sun
When to Walk Away, LAZR WOLF
Coffee and Sunshine, Good Dear Good
Time Is Calling, Low Praise
Foreverland, Billy Tibbals
Dandelions, UNA
Sorrow, Konyikeh
Numb, Tombstones In Their Eyes
Nine Inch Heels, Jessika
Wrecking My Body, James Bishop
Black Ice, Kaien Cruz
the cute girl from brewster hall, a kid named rufus
Here, Hayden Joseph
Walk Away, Jessy Yasmeen
Good At Gettin’ Gone, Nathan Wilson
Crushxd, Crumb
Built For Greatness, Marieme
twice, Fox Revett
What Is a Broken Heart For?, The Hello Darlins

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS[/su_highlight]

Today’s Birthdays

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Otis Redding III (son of the soul legend and member of The Reddings)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]MUSIC HEADLINES[/su_highlight]

> Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran & Kate Bush Nominated for The Ivors 2023 | Billboard

> Malcolm McDowell’s Son Beckett Drops Out of ‘American Idol’: ‘It Was My Choice’ | People

> J-Hope Becomes 2nd BTS Member to Join South Korean Army | The Associated Press

> Billy Corgan Is Happy If Anyone Listens to the New Smashing Pumpkins Album | Rolling Stone

> Hot 100 First-Timers: Jack Black Scores First Solo Hit With ‘Super Mario Bros.’ Ballad ‘Peaches’ | Billboard

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TOUR + FESTIVAL NEWS[/su_highlight] (see more Tour Dates)

> Greta Van Fleet Announce 2023 ‘Starcatcher’ World Tour | Consequence

> Lana Del Rey, Boygenius, Maggie Rogers, and Carly Rae Jepsen Headline All Things Go Music Festival 2023 | Pitchfork

> Boy George & Culture Club Announce 2023 Tour Dates With Howard Jones and Berlin | The Music Universe

> Jethro Tull Sets ‘The Seven Decades’ U.S. Tour | Consequence