Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Mindfields,” The One Eighties – Aug. 18

“Omakase,” various artists – Aug. 25

“Tougher Than Nails,” The SteelDrivers – Sept. 8

“Friends & Family,” Firefall – Sept. 22

“So Far So Good,” Meernaa – Oct. 6

Reissues

“Jack in the Box (HOPE Edition),” j-hope – Aug. 18

“Come On Over (Diamond Edition),” Shania Twain – Aug. 25

“Songs on the Radio: The Complete U.S. Singles 1974-1981,” Al Stewart – Sept. 8

“ALWAYS YOURS,” SEVENTEEN – Sept. 29

Billboard 200

Vinyl

“Split” and “Lovelife,” Lush – Aug. 11

“Chicago X,” Chicago – Oct. 27

Just Released

(surprise releases + more)

“ISTJ,” NCT DREAM (K-pop group’s third album; See/Read here; CD out Aug. 18; SM Entertainment)

“Secrets,” Kevitch (alt-pop artist’s debut six-song EP; new single: “Sunshine”; See here; Nettwerk)

“Where Do We Go From Here?,” ASTN (eight-song EP; new single: “Element”; See here; Warner)

“Pink Bikini,” Sally Potter (filmmaker’s debut album; Hear here; Sally Potter)

“Crying Crystals,” Haviah Mighty (new single: “Manifest It”; Hear here; Mighty Gang)

“Burial Rites,” Exsanguination (producer: Chris Johnson; Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)

“The Unknown,” EVILE (British thrash masters’ sixth album; Napalm)

“The Commencement,” Tainted Tazz (four-song EP; Hear here; R&S Records)

“Me, My Bass and I,” Craig Akin (producer: Akin; Craig Akin)

“Renovations,” Jessye DeSilva (new single: “Firecracker”; Hear here; Jessye DeSilva)

“Distant,” Stella Santana (six-song EP; Free Recs)

“Vultures,” Lead Pony (producer: Trevor Spencer; Lead Pony)

“The Great & The Terrible,” Cedarsmoke (Aussie indie-rock/ folk band’s second album; Hear here; Cedarsmoke)

“Elevation,” John Dorsch (MTS)

Debonair lullabies / In melodies revealed

New Songs Playlist

(click on title to stream)

Lasso, LANCO
Time, Qwynn
Dancing On My Grave, Noah Pearce
My rock song, Postcard Boy
Harmless, Rosie
Slip Slide, BAMBII
Why Put a Man, Misty Dawn
Big Boy Boots, Önnu Jónu Son
Deep End, Kytes
New Love, Jaguero
No Rest, Lisa Curtis
Fading Light, Sick Ride
Radiance of Moon, The Lost Messiahs
Someone To Write Me a Song, Alicia Witt
Autobahn, Le Couleur
Hello Good Times, Katie Fee
Give In, Liza
Over the Rainbow, JD Kelleher 
Bad Machine, Soda Blonde
Perdu, BOKI feat. Celestino
The Diary, Federico Albanese
Peace and Love, Vinny Peculiar

R.I.P.

Jane Birkin (British singer-actress, style icon)

This Week In … 1983

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1“Every Breath You Take,” The Police

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40“Rock ‘n’ Roll Is King,” ELO (from No. 39 to No. 30)

Top Debut (No. 71) – “Promises, Promises,” Naked Eyes

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100“Lawyers in Love,” Jackson Browne (from No. 59 to No. 40)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit“China,” Red Rockers

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