Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Blasted,” Mean Jeans – Feb. 9, 2024

“Against the Winds,” Revolution Saints – Feb. 9, 2024

“Rhapsody in Blue,” Béla Fleck – Feb. 16, 2024

“On the Ride Here,” Sam Morrow – March 22, 2024

“Little Sun,” Charlie Parr – March 22, 2024

“Hand on Heart,” Cock Sparrer – April 5, 2024


“How to Save a Life” and “The Fray,” The Fray – Feb. 2, 2024

“Franz Ferdinand (20th Anniversary Edition),” Franz Ferdinand – Feb. 9, 2024

“People & Love,” Johnny Lytle – Feb. 16, 2024


“One Night Only: The Eagle Mountain House,” Melanie – Feb. 16, 2024

“Unreadable Communication: Anxious Recordings 1991-1993,” Curve – Feb. 23, 2024

“Religion, Revolution & Railways (The Complete Recordings),” The Dream Academy – Feb. 23, 2024

“Singing a Song in the Morning Light: The Legendary Demo Tapes 1967-1970,” Alan Hull – Feb. 23, 2024

“Love Blonde: The RAK Years,” Kim Wilde – Feb. 23, 2024

“András Schiff – Complete Decca Recordings,” András Schiff – March 1, 2024

“No Parlez (40th Anniversary Edition),” Paul Young – March 15, 2024

“The Show: The Encore,” Niall Horan – April 5, 2024

2024 Music Preview

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“The Color Purple (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” various artists (WaterTower Music)

“Asylum on the Hill,” The Felice Brothers (producers: The Felice Brothers, Nate Wood; Yep Roc)

“Sun Valley,” Graham Parker & The Goldentops (three-song EP; Hear here; Big Stir)

“Winter Guitar Hymnals From the Boneyard,” McKOWSKI (Hear here; Deltasonic Records / Boneyard Records)

“Everything on Memory,” Small Isles (seven-song EP; new single: “Sure I’m Happy”; See here; Modern Recordings / BMG Rights Management)

“Concert at Coco’s,” Walter Martin (Family Jukebox) 

“Krate Killer,” 60 East (10-track EP; producer: Krate Killer; Purty Ugly)

“Grief Is No Ally,” MAVIS (Arising Empire)

“So Many Ways…,” Scumbags (Brazilian punk rockers’ second album; Hear here; Stormy)

“Don’t Forget Us,” Lakeline (Hear here; Lakeline)

All I can say / Is that my life is pretty plain

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Grown Woman, Beyoncé
Dance Again, TWICE
Detox, The Veronicas
Crazy, Lil Baby
Joga pra Lua, Anitta
No One Does It Better Than You, bob junior & Alfie Templeman
Not My Fault (from “Mean Girls” soundtrack), Reneé Rapp (with Megan Thee Stallion)
Liquor Store, Armchair Boogie
Imposter, Vince Freeman
Fallen Angel, Peyton Parrish
Sinners & Saints (Heavy Alt Remix), Like a Storm
Made for You, Lisa Curtis
It’s Just Another Breakup, Aurelance
Windigo, Turtle Island
Toxic City, The Honest Poet
Hunting Points, AVES feat. JFDR
Eclipse, Annabel Gutherz
Six Feet Deep, VILT
Party Tonight, DJ Ashba feat. Dia
New Year’s Day, Pop Noir
We Don’t Care, Voom
Tryst Issues, EMP
Perfect Love, Alex J.


Craig Stewart (led the Trance Syndicate and Emperor Jones labels and worked for SXSW)

Jim Ladd (L.A. radio legend and host of SiriusXM’s “Deep Tracks”)

Manny Martinez (early Misfits drummer)

Amp Fiddler (Detroit funk musician and producer)

Colin Burgess (original AC/DC drummer)

This Week In … 1983

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Say Say Say,” Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Karma Chameleon,” Culture Club (from No. 35 to No. 27) 

Highest Debut (No. 50) – “Middle of the Road,” Pretenders 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Think of Laura,” Christopher Cross (from No. 67 to No. 47) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Tell Me If You Still Care,” The S.O.S. Band 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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