“We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong,” Sharon Van Etten – May 6

“Revival,” Judah & the Lion – June 10

“Rachel@Fairyland,” Rae Morris – July 8

“Sound of the Morning,” Katy J Pearson – July 8

“Hiss,” Wormrot – July 8

“Livin’ My Best Life,” Dylan Scott – Aug. 5

Tyler, The Creator: Call Me If You Get Lost Merch Collection. »


“The Animals,” “The Animals,” “Animal Tracks” and “Animalization,” The Animals – CD and Vinyl, May 20

“Combat Rock + The People’s Hall (40th Anniversary Edition),” The Clash – May 20

“Live in the Seventies,” Shawn Phillips – June 10

“Older (Super Deluxe Edition),” George Michael – July 8

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Still Life, BIGBANG |
Running Running, Luke Steele |
Backwards, Lil Silva & Sampha |
I Love My Nails, Netta |
Badget, Hamond |
Who’s In The Dark, Jeanines |
baby blue, the della kit |
Second Wave of Pain, Nick Leidl
Losing It, Joe Samba feat. The Elovaters |
Endgame, Seven Layer Piano Cakes |
One Day, Liz Graham
Breakaway, Martha May |
Millions, Sylo |


Patrick Hernandez (73)
Udo Dirkschneider [Accept] (70)
Warren Haynes (62)
John Pizzarelli (62)
Frank Black (57)
Markku Lappalainen [Hoobastank] (49)
Imani Coppola (44)
Robert Glasper (44)
Martín Méndez [Opeth] (44)
Ken [VIXX] (30)


Merle Haggard (1937-2017)

Ray Charles [The Ray Charles Singers] (1918-2015)

Mickey Rooney (1920-2014)

Red Norvo (1908-1999)

Wendy O. Williams (1949-1998)

Tammy Wynette (1942-1998)

Ral Donner (1943-1984)

Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)


“Diva,” Annie Lennox (her debut solo album, featuring “Why” and “Walking on Broken Glass”; it was nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammys; producer: Stephen Lipson; RCA)


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