Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Orchestrations,” The Korgis – Jan. 12, 2024

“20 (20th Anniversary),” Celtic Woman – Jan. 26, 2024

“PULSE,” Levels – Feb. 2, 2024

“Naked Truth,” Tinsley Ellis – Feb. 9, 2024

“Beach Day,” Another Sky – March 1, 2024

“Change the Game,” Cody Jinks – March 22, 2024

“Everett,” The Coal Men – March 29, 2024


“I Just Can’t Stop It (Expanded),” The English Beat – Jan. 5, 2024

“Cake,” The Trashcan Sinatras – Jan. 5, 2024

“Hudson River Wind Meditations,” Lou Reed – Jan. 12, 2024

“Hackney Diamonds (Live Edition),” The Rolling Stones – Jan. 19, 2024

“Still Spinnin’: The Singles Collection 1983-2021,” Dead or Alive – Feb. 16, 2024

Holiday Music

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Meadow Pt. 1,” Tom Jenkins (five-song EP; new single: “Is There a Next One?”; See here; Xtra Mile Recordings)

“Albion,” Harp (former Midlake member Tim Smith’s new project; Bella Union)

“The Goa Express,” The Goa Express (producers: Damon Minchella, Tom Manning; new single: “It’s Never Been Better”; Hear here; The Goa Express)

“Girl of Your Dreams,” Maddie Regent (eight-song EP; producer: Cade Hoppe; Hear here; MISS REGENT)

“Been a Long Year, Vol. 2,” Alex Nicol (five-song EP; new single: “Song for Franz”; See here; Alex Nicol)

“Ephemeral,” Dave Wilson (Thelonious)

“Pleasure Beast,” Haiku Hands (Hear here; Spinning Top)

“Crazy World,” Eleyet McConnell (husband-and-duo’s debut album; Hear here; MTS)

Last piece of the puzzle but you just can’t make it fit

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Tomorrow, Harrison Storm 
Facing the Sideways Rain, Nate Mercereau feat. Kamasi Washington & Carlos Niño 
I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Sara Noelle 
The Christmas Song, Boyce Avenue 
The Hardy Boyds, Classified feat. Mike Boyd 
Earthshine, Misha Penton 
Reverse, Caravan Palace 
Alone for Christmas, Sofia Talvik 
Soñar (Breaker), NMIXX 
Los Sabanales 3.0, Carlos Vives & Ryan Castro 
This Christmas I Want Less, Elliott Murphy 
All Night Long, Mia Snow feat. Hunxho 
Off My Chest, Gab De La Vega 
Joy to the World Rock, Farehaven 
Don’t Cry For Me, The Lonely Ones 
One Life, Harry Kappen
Bitter Things, The Bedside Morale 
On the Northline, Frontier Ruckus 
Coward, Mellohoney 
90’s Kid, Final Child feat. Chancellor Warhol 
Milk & Honey, Hollow Coves 
Coffee, Delilah Montagu 
Killer, Devon Ross 
Night Sea, Topographies 
Live Yours, Ed. 
2point0, Luwop 
The Time (For Miracles), Sarantos 
King Crow, All the Bees 
Vipers, BLFST 
War, Jaime’s Tone 
A Military Base, Rettward von Doernberg 


Myles Goodwyn (April Wine frontman)

Chad Allan (founding member of The Guess Who and Brave Belt)

This Week In … 1982

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 –“Truly,” Lionel Richie 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Down Under,” Men At Work (from No. 31 to No. 19) and “You Can’t Hurry Love,” Phil Collins (from No. 40 to No. 28) 

Highest Debut (No. 70) – “Bad Boy,” Ray Parker Jr. 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Love in Store,” Fleetwood Mac (from No. 72 to No. 51) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Stand or Fall,” The Fixx 

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