Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Glasgow Eyes,” The Jesus and Mary Chain – new release date, March 22

“Moves in the Field,” Kelly Moran – March 29

“Ramona,” Grace Cummings – April 5

“American Primitive,” Old 97’s – April 5

“Dream Talk,” Still Corners – April 5

“Who Killed AI?,” Kenny Garrett & Svoy – April 12

“Skydancers,” Martin Simpson – April 12

“Sounds Good,” Brainstory – April 19

“The January Album,” The Brother Brothers – April 19

“JESS,” Jess Glynne – April 26

“What a Devastating Turn of Events,” Rachel Chinouriri – May 3

“Drive & Cry,” Emily Nenni – May 3

“All About the Bones,” Chris Smither – May 3

“Live at the Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra,” Joe Bonamassa – May 17

“Deeper Waters,” Jeremy Camp – May 17

“66,” Paul Weller – May 24

“The Fool,” Young Jesus – May 24

“Afraid of Tomorrows,” The Mysterines – June 7

“There’s a Big Star Outside,” Swim Deep – June 7

“Fine Art,” Kneecap – June 14

“Wide Open, Horses,” James Vincent McMorrow – June 14

“Happenings,” Kasabian – July 5

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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Reissues

“Bleed Like Me (Deluxe Edition),” Garbage – April 5

“Papercuts (Singles Collection 2000-2023),” Linkin Park – April 12

“The CBS Years 1975-1980,” Tina Charles – April 19

“John Entwistle: The Ox Box Set,” John Entwistle – May 10

Vinyl

“Branigan,” Laura Branigan – March 29

“Waterloo (50th Anniversary),” ABBA – April 5

“My Love: Essential Collection,” Celine Dion – April 5

“Burning Hell,” John Lee Hooker – June 7

“Today!,” Skip James – June 7

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“INSANO (NITRO MEGA),” Kid Cudi (18-song deluxe album; Hear here; Republic)

“Mac & Cheese 5,” French Montana (guests: Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Jeremih, Mikky Ekko, et al; Coke Boys Records / gamma)

“Matinee,” Tim Atlas (five-song EP; Nettwerk)

“Four Bars of Hate,” Virvon Varvon (Girlsville Records & Tapes)

“Better Mixtape,” Meresha (20 songs; Sonic Dolphin)

“Inner Light (Phase 1),” Kid Bloom (five-song EP; Position Music)

“Songs From An Overcomer,” Julian Cross (grandson of late Stax singer Wendy Rene; five-song EP; Julian Cross LLC) 

Poor people gonna rise up / And get their share / Poor people gonna rise up / And take what's theirs

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Saturn, SZA
Love On, Selena Gomez
Friendly Fire, Linkin Park
Staring at the Wall, Norah Jones
Space in My Heart, Enrique Iglesias & Miranda Lambert
Pretty Bird, Dave Matthews
Old Days, Lil Durk
American Girl, Dierks Bentley … a cover of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Me Before You, Bleachers
Holy Smokes, Bailey Zimmerman
Heaven’s Got Nothing On You, The Struts
L’Envol, Alcest
Britpop, A. G. Cook 
Beautiful Boyz, CocoRosie 
Sick in the Head, Kneecap
Drowning, Billy Morrison 
Strong Enough, Pollyanna Blue
Nobody Told Me, bog berries

Same Color As the Sun, flor
Mourning Sickness, Sister Envy 

Base Camp, Hockey Dad 
Devil’s Best Friend, Redlight King & Jeremy Edge
Who You Are, Jenane 
Imaginary Boyfriend, Karen Harding
Better Kind of Best Friend, Xana 

R.I.P.

Shinsadong Tiger (prominent K-pop songwriter)

Roni Stoneman (“First Lady of Banjo” and “Hee Haw” cast member)

Vitalij Kuprij (keyboardist toured with Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

This Week In … 1986

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “How Will I Know,” Whitney Houston 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. (A Salute to 60’s Rock),” John Mellencamp (from No. 37 to No. 26) 

Highest Debut (No. 52) – “Kiss,” Prince and the Revolution 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Rock Me Amadeus,” Falco (from No. 56 to No. 40) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Life’s What You Make It,” Talk Talk 

No. 1 Album – “Promise,” Sade 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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