Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Lo,” Paula Cole – March 1

“AUDIO VERTIGO,” Elbow – March 22

“HOLLYWOOD SUICIDE,” Ghøstkid – March 22

“To Keep Him Here,” Hello Emerson – March 29

“Everything You Wanted,” If Not For Me – March 29

“Hawaiian Cowboy,” Slack Key Ohana – April 5

“Acid on the Dancefloor,” Acid Tongue – April 12

“sentiment,” Claire Rousay – April 19


“The Tortured Poets Department,” Taylor Swift – April 19

“REBEL,” Anne Wilson – April 19

“Light Verse,” Iron & Wine – April 26

“A Dream Is All We Know,” The Lemon Twigs – May 3

“Reasonable Woman,” Sia – release date + preorder links, May 3

“Lives Outgrown,” Beth Gibbons – May 17

“Sam’s Place,” Little Feat – May 17

“hi, my name is insecure.,” Sam Tompkins – May 24

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“Electribal Memories,” Electribe 101 – March 15

“The Marble Index” and “Desertshore,” Nico – March 29

“To the Limit: The Essential Collection,” Eagles – April 12


“The Ultimate Collection,” The Searchers – March 29

“Maggie’s Back in Town!,” Howard McGhee – June 14

“Together Again!!!!,” Teddy Edwards & Howard McGhee – July 12

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Second Hand Smoke,” Eric Hirshberg “Who Are the Weird Sisters?,” The Weird Sisters (Hear here; The Weird Sisters)

“Mere Survival,” Joe Wong (musician, film + television composer’s second album; producer: Wong; guests: Nate Mendel, Jim Keltner, Money Mark, Anna Waronker, Craig Wedren, and a 30-piece orchestra; See here; Joe Wong)

“The Thing Is,” The Thing (NYC psych-garage band’s second album; new single: “Midnight”; See here; Onion Records)

“Across the Room,” Lake Hills x Frythm (six-song EP; Hear here; Alpha Pup Records)

“The Complicators,” The Complicators (Hear here; Pirates Press Records)

“This Is How Democracy Dies,” Brigata Vendetta (Hear here; Brigata Vendetta)

“King of the Avenue,” Hunting Lions (Hear here; Pirates Press)

“Allina,” Smerz (eight-track EP; Hear here; Shopping Recordings)

“Lizzy and the Palm,” Lizzy and the Palm (debut album; Hear here; Brick Mansion Recordings)

“GOOSE,” Mol Sullivan (producer: Sima Cunningham; Hear here; Mol Sullivan)

They say that looks don't count for much / If so, there goes your proof

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

MAGIC, meija & JAWNY
Burial Ground, The Decemberists … their first new single in six years
Invisible Armor, Paula Cole
Change, Kate Nash 
One More Night, Only the Poets 
Time in the World, Laura Reznek 
Je Me Souviens, Tandoori Knights 
Wrestling with Plato, Benjamin Croft 
Toulouse, Alexander IV
Every Moment, Nick Kizirnis
Flip the Switch, Asher Angel 
H2HAVEYOU, 1010benja 
Kite, Benjamin Ingrosso 
Good Time Machine, Jake Bush 
Spark of Hope, The Collection 
Where Are the Giants, Wyn Starks 
Someone Just Like You, Molly D’Ago 
Old Beliefs, Brain Crayons 
Chuga, Benjamin Barth 
Soft, Line Beauclair 
Emerge, Nan Macmillan 
Gone in a Day, Armchair Boogie 
Modern Religion, Conscious Pilot 
Social Machine, Young Hadene 
Read the Room, The Anti Groupies 
Poison ivy, Dj G-me feat. Dontay 


Henry Fambrough (last surviving of the Spinners)

Mojo Nixon (alt-rock singer-songwriter)

Toby Keith (country singer-songwriter)

Mallorca Lee (Ultra Sonic)

DJ Katapila (Ghanaian producer)

This Week In … 1985

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “I Want to Know What Love Is,” Foreigner 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “The Heat Is On,” Glenn Frey (from No. 29 to No. 13) 

Highest Debut (No. 53) – “Save a Prayer,” Duran Duran 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “The Heat Is On,” Glenn Frey (from No. 29 to No. 13) and “High On You,” Survivor (from No. 63 to No. 47)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Smalltown Boy,” Bronski Beat 

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