Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Your Love Is Killing Me,” MY LIFE STORY – Feb. 9

“Get Goin’,” Katie Henry – Feb. 23

“Life Is Hard,” Mike Zito – Feb. 23

“The Glass Hours,” The Glass Hours – March 1

“Speak to Me,” Julian Lage – March 1

“The Collective,” Kim Gordon – March 8

“eternal sunshine,” Ariana Grande – March 8

“Swingin’ Live at the Church in Tulsa,” The Taj Mahal Sextet – March 8

“ROCKMAKER,” The Dandy Warhols – March 15

“Come With Me If You Want To Live,” Devon Welsh – March 15

“Plunge,” Sam Evian – March 22

“The One & Only Scott H. Biram,” Scott H. Biram – March 29

“BORN,” Kenny Chesney – March 29

“A LA SALA,” Khruangbin – April 5

“Who Will You Believe,” Pernice Brothers – April 5

“Where the Joy Is,” We Are Messengers – April 5

“Infinity Now,” Keith Wallen – May 3

New Music Friday: Jan. 19, 2024

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Reissues

“Teach Yself WAH! – A Best of Pete Wylie & The Mighty WAH!,” Pete Wylie & The Mighty WAH! – March 1

“The Classic 1950s Albums,” Dave Brubeck Quartet – March 8

“Precious Dreams: The Complete CBS Recordings 1985-1990,” Cock Robin – March 15

“I See You Live on Love Street: Music From the Laurel Canyon 1967-1975,” various artists – March 22

“You Brought Me Back (Expanded Edition),” Tammy Wynette – March 22

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Afternoon Tea,” Wic Whitney (six-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk) 

“Fe3O4: BREAK,” NMIXX (seven-song mini album; Hear here; JYP Entertainment)

“Life’s a Gig,” Vanisha Gould & Chris McCarthy (Hear here; Fresh Sound / New Talent)

“Opening Scene,” Richard E (Hear here; Further Out Recordings)

“Battlelands Vol. 2,” Ian Yates (four-song EP; Hear here; 7Core Music) 

“Death Is But a Door,” Alluvial (four-song EP; Hear here; Nuclear Blast)

“All Nighters,” Kyle Park (Hear here; Kyle Park)

“Fellowship,” David Gibson (Hear here; Imani)

Everybody learn to love each other / Instead of fussing and fighting

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

A Love International, Khruangbin 
We Make Hits, Yard Act 
Everything Almost, Madi Diaz 
Beautiful Day, Keyon Harrold feat. PJ Morton 
Wild Days, Sam Evian 
Flight FM, Joy Orbison 
Phosphene, Gregory Uhlmann 
I Luv You But It Hurts Like Hell, Devon Thompson 
Only Love, Happy The Man 
Idle Hands, Slow Hollows 
Here For You, January Sixteen 
Northern Lights, Gab De La Vega 
Someone, Bromsen 
Midnight, The Thing 
Subhuman, The Dream Eaters 
Selective Hearing, NDGO 
Shape I’m In, Kyle Kimbrell 
They Sold Me On The TV, Jeristotle 

R.I.P.

Peter Schickele (musical parodist behind “P.D.Q. Bach”)

This Week In … 1984

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Say Say Say,” Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Let the Music Play,” Shannon (from No. 38 to No. 26) 

Highest Debut (No. 47) – “Jump,” Van Halen  

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Wrapped Around Your Finger,” The Police (from No. 61 to No. 44) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody),” Talking Heads 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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