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


“II,” Ray Alder – June 9, 2023

“A Nuclear Winter,” Salim Nourallah – June 23, 2023

“Beautiful Dreams,” Acantha Lang – June 30, 2023

“The Greater Wings,” Julie Byrne – July 7, 2023

“I Am Not There Anymore,” The Clientele – July 28, 2023

“Crash the Time Machine,” Odds – Aug. 4, 2023

“Dizzy,” Dizzy – Aug. 18, 2023

“A Call to the Void,” Hot Milk – Aug. 25, 2023

“Phantasmagoria in Blue,” Mick Harvey & Amanda Acevedo – Sept. 1, 2023

“The Nature Within,” Benjamin Gustafsson – Sept. 8, 2023

“Dig the Mountain!,” Stornoway – Sept. 8, 2023

“Strange Disciple,” Nation of Language – Sept. 15, 2023

“Hiraeth,” Meadowlark – Oct. 6, 2023

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Best Sellers. »


“A’s and B’s 1964-1967,” The Spencer Davis Group – June 9, 2023

“Changes: The Complete 1970s Atlantic Studio Recordings,” Charles Mingus – June 23, 2023

“We’re an American Band: A Journey Through the USA Hard Rock Scene 1967-1973,” various artists – June 23, 2023

“Carry On: The Deluxe Collection 1982-1992,” The Weather Girls & Martha Wash – June 23, 2023

“The Deram Recordings 1970-1971,” Frijid Pink – June 30, 2023

“A Door Inside Your Mind: The Complete Reprise Recordings 1966-1968,” The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band – June 30, 2023

“New York Album,” Art Pepper – Sept. 8, 2023


“John Hiatt Collected,” John Hiatt – June 2, 2023

“Poco Collected,” Poco – June 2, 2023

“Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace (15th Anniversary Edition),” The Offspring – June 16, 2023

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

“Siren Songs,” Trapper Schoepp (producers: John Jackson, Patrick Sansone; Grand Pony)

“Guilty,” Loren Gray (See here; Read here; Loren Gray)

​​“OK to Wonder,” Arkansauce (Hear here; Arkansauce LLC)

“To My Past Self,” Donovan’s Playground (Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Glory Daze (Acoustic),” Rachel McIntyre Smith (four-song EP; See here; Rachel McIntyre Smith)

“Clean House,” John Hanifin (producer: Hanifin; new single: “Fenway”; See here; John Hanifin)

“Kingdom Genesis,” Hot Hell RooM (new single: “Remembrance”; See here; M & O Music)

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

Cheetah, Jackson Wang
Summer Glass, Julie Byrne
Stand in the Shadows, Photo Ops
Crash the Time Machine, Odds … their first new music in 10 years
Sylvia (Nanana), Bay Ledges
Awfully Quiet, Bathe Alone
Used to It, Ethan P. Flynn
SHARKY 2.0, Daniel Morales feat. Mangus Steed
Loved By You, Salim Nourallah
For Now, Anya Baghina
Alone With You, The Anderson Council
Burn Out, The Almas
Bubble, Dakota 66
Bluff, Wesley Adams Cook
Freak U Out, Sizzy Rocket & Rossi
Darkness Before the Dawn, Caleb Hyles feat. Lacey Sturm
Strawberry Beach, Are We Hunting
Ocean/Sea, Halibab Matador
Here and Now, Slye
Future’s Shadow Part 1: The Clandestine Gate, Bell Witch
Concrete Heaven, Horse Head Men

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

Today’s Birthdays

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]R.I.P.[/su_highlight]

Isaac Wiley (drummer and co-founder of Dazz Band)

Keith Gattis (country songwriter and producer)

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

> Morgan Wallen’s ‘One Thing at a Time’ Nabs Seventh Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 | Billboard

> Ed Sheeran Trial: Did He Copy Marvin Gaye? Here’s What to Know | The New York Times

> Neil Young and Stephen Stills Bring Buffalo Springfield Classics Back to Life in Greek Theatre Autism Benefit | Variety

> Lana Del Rey’s ‘… Ocean Blvd’ Is the Best-Selling Vinyl Album of 2023 So Far | NME

> Shakira Is Billboard’s First-Ever ‘Latin Woman of the Year’ | Billboard

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

> U2 Announce Sphere Las Vegas Dates. The Edge Calls it a ‘Quantum Leap Forward’ | Rolling Stone

> Drake Adds North American Dates to 2023 Tour | Pitchfork

> The Mars Volta Share Fall U.S. Tour Schedule | Lambgoat