Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Strong,” Albert Cummings – Feb. 16

“Another Side of You,” ILLUMISHADE – Feb. 16

“Still,” Erika de Casier – Feb. 21

“Intermundia,” Olivia Belli – Feb. 23

“Going Home,” The Children’s Hour – Feb. 23

“A Trip to the Moon,” Ghost Funk Orchestra – Feb. 23

“Parallel Realms,” STRFKR – March 1

“Underdressed at the Symphony,” Faye Webster – March 1

“Something in the Room She Moves,” Julia Holter – March 22

“Mother,” Logic1000 – March 22

“All My Friends,” Aoife O’Donovan – March 22

“Tigers Blood,” Waxahatchee – March 22

“Cadillac Man,” Rick Vito – March 22

“Young Love & Saturday Nights,” Chris Young – March 22

“Interplay,” Ride – March 29

“Exotic Birds of Paradise,” Shabazz Palaces – March 29

“Mind, Man, Medicine,” The Secret Sisters – March 29

“All This Time,” Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams – April 5

“Ballad of the Bacon Brothers,” The Bacon Brothers – April 19

“Damascus,” Elvie Shane – April 19

“Enjoy Youth,” Bright Light Bright Light – May 17

New Music Friday: The Reissues

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Reissues

“Born To Get Down / Doin’ It To The Bone / Shine,” Muscle Shoals Horns – Feb. 9

“The Missing Piece,” Gentle Giant – Feb. 16

“Live at the Bottom Line, 1974,” Steeleye Span – Feb. 16

“Can Live in Paris 1973,” Can – Feb. 23

“The Original Hits,” Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gormé – March 1

“Live at the WIltern,” The Rolling Stones – March 8

“Live on Mountain Stage: Outlaws and Outliers,” various artists – April 19

Vinyl

“Sam Cooke’s SAR Records Story (1959-1965),” various artists – Feb. 9

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Safe 2 Run (versions),” Esther Rose (four-song EP; Hear here; New West) 

“Of a Love Renewed,” Crash & The Crapenters (Hear here; Big Radio)

“Sd-2,” Loukeman (Hear here; SD Music Group)

“EP1,” Nicolas Bougaïeff (three songs; Hear here; NovaMute)

“Spacetime Machine,” Yasu (Japanese-Brazilian shoegaze/prog rock artist’s debut album; Hear here; Yasu Yuagui)

I got more important things to do / Than spend my time growin' old with you

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Can’t Get Enough, Jennifer Lopez 
Every Lil’, Logic1000 feat. DJ Plead & MJ Nebrada 
Her Way Out, Big Head Todd and The Monsters 
It’s So Good, Jamie xx 
You Want My …, Bright Light Bright Light 
One Bad Day, Spacey Jane 
Waiting for the Laughter, iskwē 
Love$ick, Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band
Somewhere Green, Connor Roff 
Why Can’t I Call You, Slightest Clue 
Anthem For Those Who Know, KÁRYYN 
Clarkston Pasture, Frontier Ruckus
Way Up High, Low Float 
Your Mind’s Made Up, Michael Feuerstack 
Bronwyn, Hannah Frances 
Patient Love, The Neighbourhood Watch 
Kiss & Smoke Weed, M’Grasker 
Goose, Mol Sullivan 

R.I.P.

James Kottak (drummer for Scorpions and Kingdom Come)

Tony Clarkin (Magnum guitarist-songwriter)

This Week In … 2004

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Hey Ya!,” OutKast 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Salt Shaker,” Ying Yang Twins feat. Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz (from No. 32 to No. 26) 

Highest Debut (No. 53) – “Yeah!,” Usher feat. Lil Jon & Ludacris 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Splash Waterfalls,” Ludacris (from No. 74 to No. 60) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Watch the Wind Blow By,” Tim McGraw 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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