Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Old Soul,” Stephen Marley – Sept. 15

“Action Adventure,” DJ Shadow – Oct. 6

“Sonicwonderland,” Hiromi – Oct. 6

“Some of It Was True,” The Menzingers – Oct. 13

“Thee.,” X-Press 2 – Oct. 13

“Hold,” Wild Nothing – Oct. 27


“Joni Mitchell Archives – Volume 3: The Asylum Years (1972-1975),” Joni Mitchell – Oct. 6

New Music Friday: The Reissues

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Rocket Power,” Quavo (producers: DJ Durel, Wheezy, Murda Beatz, BNYX, Buddah Bless, Pooh Beatz, et al; guests: the late Takeoff, Young Thug, Future, et al; See here; Quality Control Music / Motown)

“Funk Generation: A Favela Story,” Anitta (three-song EP; Hear here; Republic / Universal Music Latin Entertainment)

“Modern Age,” Jill Andrews (Nashville-based singer-songwriter’s fourth album; producer: Lucas Morton; new single: “Connection”; See here; Vulture Vulture / Tone Tree Music)

“The Patience,” Mick Jenkins (guests: Freddie Gibbs, Benny the Butcher, JID, Vic Mensa; Hear here; RBC Records / BMG Rights Management)

“Bewondering,” Doeke (five-song EP; See here; Nettwerk)

“Dan Sultan,” Dan Sultan (Australian alternative musician’s fifth album; guest: Julia Stone; See here; Liberation)

“THE LOST FILES,” Chelsea Collins (three-song EP; Craft Recordings)

“Coral Way,” Alfredo Rodriguez (guests: Cimafunk, Alana Sinkëy; Mack Avenue)

Life can be short or long / Love can be right or wrong

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Let It Be, Dolly Parton feat. Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr
Perhaps, Gun N’ Roses
Alphabet City, The National
Las Mujeres, Carlos Vives & Juanes
An Arrow in the Wall, Death Cab for Cutie
Too Much Yayo, The Streets
Gravity, Thomas Day
Boys Don’t Cry, Pop Money
Creep Back, Max Frost
(Don’t Quit Your) Daydream, Lily Meola
My Best Self, SYML
Break and Enter, Blue Stahli
Small Town Heartbreak, Diary of an Outlaw
Runaway Massacre, Laguna Goons


Gary Young (original Pavement drummer)

Chris Peluso (Broadway actor-singer starred in “Mamma Mia!” and “Wicked”)

This Week In … 1983

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Every Breath You Take,” The Police

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Puttin’ On the Ritz,” Taco (from No. 22 to No. 12)

Top Debut (No. 65) – “Tell Her No,” Juice Newton

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “True,” Spandau Ballet (from No. 67 to No. 54)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “A Million Miles Away,” The Plimsouls

Tour News

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