Updates / Additions

New Releases

“End,” Explosions in the Sky – Sept. 15

“Ram,” Wheeler Walker Jr. – Sept. 15

“Man’s A Wolf To Man,” Andy Taylor – Sept. 22

“The Above,” Code Orange – Sept. 29

“Common Suffering,” Harms Way – Sept. 29

“Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees,” Dogstar – Oct. 6

“Tomorrow’s Fire,” Squirrel Flower – Oct. 13

“Godmode,” In This Moment – Oct. 27

“Jenny from Thebes,” The Mountain Goats – Oct. 27


“Swordfishtrombones,” “Rain Dogs”  and “Franks Wild Years,” Tom Waits – Sept. 1 

“Hank 100: Greatest Radio Hits,” Hank Williams – Sept. 15

“Bone Machine” and “The Black Rider,” Tom Waits – Oct. 6


“Jackson Browne,” Jackson Browne – Sept. 22

“Eastern Sounds,” Yusef Lateef – Sept. 29

“Surfacing,” Sarah McLachlan – Sept. 29

All That Jazz

DVD + Blu-ray

“No Hard Feelings,” Jennifer Lawrence, Andrew Barth Feldman, Laura Benanti, Matthew Broderick, et al – Aug. 29

“Blue Bloods: The Thirteenth Season,” Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, et al – Aug. 29

Music Books

“The Pet Shop Boys and the Political: Queerness, Culture, Identity, and Societ,” Bodie A. Ashton – Feb. 8, 2024

“The Clash’s Sandinista! (33 1/3),” Micajah Henley – March 7, 2024

“Pulp’s This Is Hardcore (33 1/3),” Jane Savidge – March 7, 2024

“Weighted Down: The Complicated Life of Skip Spence,” Cam Cobb – March 7, 2024

“Spirit of the Century: Our Own Story,” The Blind Boys of Alabama – March 19, 2024

Just Released

(surprise releases + more)

“Part I – When Everything Was Lost,” Palace (four-song EP; See here; Fiction)

“New Wave in California,” Rusty Santos (guests: Panda Bear, Bedroom, Jackie Mendoza, Psychic Twin; Rusty Santos)

“Bad Times,” Sam Haft (five-song EP, See here; Ghost Pixel)

“Sounding Lovely!,” Step into the Kitchen (Hear here; Ten Dollar Recording Co.)

“It All Exists,” Soul Gaze (Hear here; Soul Gaze)

“Dreamed,” Leah Waybright (Innermost Music)

“First Landing,” Steve Salett (new single: “Spun the Wheel”; Historical Fiction)

Sometimes I'm right and I can be wrong / My own beliefs are in my song

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

White Line Frankenstein, Alice Cooper
Very, Strange Flesh
DON’T DIE, ((( O )))
Gotta Go, Varas
Lean In, Nubya Garcia
Shimmer, Summerdrive
Gold, Sundeep
Varnado, Adam Hood


Jerry Bradley (longtime Nashville music executive and Country Music Hall of Fame member)

This Week In … 1973

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Will It Go Round in Circles,” Billy Preston

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “The Morning After,” Maureen McGovern (from No. 42 to No. 29)

Top Debut (No. 68) – “Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose,” Dawn

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Here I Am (Come and Take Me),” Al Green (from No. 73 to No. 46)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette),” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

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