Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Scope Neglect,” Ben Frost – March 1

“Nothing to Lose,” Hollow Coves – March 1

“Bullhead,” Slow Hollows – March 8

“Torrey,” Torrey – March 8

“Happiness Bastards,” The Black Crowes – March 15

“Insanium,” Whom Gods Destroy – March 15

“The Hill,” Aaron Lewis – March 29

“Hill Country Love,” Cedric Burnside – April 5

“Ohio Players,” The Black Keys – April 5

“Veritas,” P.O.D. – May 3

“The Process,” Judah & the Lion – May 10

Reissues

“1980,” The Contractions – March 22

“Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost Too (Expanded Edition),” Pearl Harbour – March 22

“Scarlet: The Old Waldorf, August 1979,” Shakin’ Street – March 22

Vinyl

“Previously Unreleased Recordings,” Stan Getz & Bill Evans – Feb. 23

“The Vault: Old Friends 4 Sale,” Prince – Feb. 23

“Straight Outta East L.A.,” The Brat – March 22

Music Books

“Bruce Springsteen at 75,” Gillian G. Gaar – April 2

“Vinyl Record Collecting for Dummies,” Dave Thompson – April 2

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“american dream,” 21 Savage (rapper’s third album; guests: Doja Cat, Metro Boomin, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Lil Durk, Summer Walker, Brent Faiyaz, Burna Boy, Mariah the Scientist; Hear here; Slaughter Gang / Epic)

“Dark Void,” Asking Alexandria (five-song EP; Hear here; Better Noise Music)

“A DOS,” Lau Noah (guests: Jacob Collier, Jorge Drexler, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Gaby Moreno, Chris Thile, et al; new single: “Wooden Chair”; See here; Lau Noah)

“Songs Before They Write Themselves,” Holler Choir (Asheville string band’s debut album; Hear here; Holler Choir)  

“Lone Guitar,” Dan Baraszu (Hear here; Blue Canoe)

“Forever is a Scary Word,” Michael Isaak (Egyptian-American artist’s six-song debut EP; Scarab Songs)

“The Collection,” Milyssa Rose (new single: “Dream Reimagined”; See here; Melissa Rosenson)

Life is too short to have sorrow / You may be here today and gone tomorrow

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

yes, and?, Ariana Grande 
Evolution, Sheryl Crow 
Let the Guitar Play, Santana feat. Darryl “DMC” McDaniels 
Mozzarella, Yung Gravy x Lil Keed 
PREDATOR, YONAKA 
The Ghost, Max Frost 
Midnight Milan, Eric Hilton 
chicago, EKKSTACY 
Lean In, Byland 
Got Me All Wrong, KillerStar feat. Earl Slick, Gail Ann Dorsey, Mike Garson & Emm Gryner 
I Don’t Like the Quiet, The Haunt 
Breathing, Great Good Fine Ok 
Flaws, Les Amazones d’Afrique 
Ballad of a Broken Hearted Man, Robert Jon & The Wreck 
Land of Dreams, Annie Moscow 
The Internet, Kaia Kater 
How Are You, Spencer LaJoye 
The Click, Gibson & Toutant 
See Me Run, The Bankes Brothers 
Unrequited Love Blues, Moira & Claire & Logan Richard 
Fiji, Yung Laced 
Lemonade, Peytan Porter 
Who Do You Love, Asaf Ashkenazy 
My Ordinary Life, Allman Brown 
Forbidden, The Sweet Kill 
I Play Gimme Shelter, David Malloy 

R.I.P.

Jo-El Sonnier (Louisiana Cajun and country legend)

Bill Hayes (“The Ballad of Davy Crockett” singer and longtime star of “Days of Our Lives”)

Audie Blaylock (bluegrass singer-bandleader)

This Week In … 1994

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Hero,” Mariah Carey  

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Whoomp! (There It Is),” Tag Team (from No. 11 to No. 7) 

Highest Debut (No. 65) – “You’re Aways On My Mind,” SWV 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Understanding,” Xscape (from No. 46 to No. 23) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Into Your Arms,” The Lemonheads 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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