Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Daytrippin,” Iration – Oct. 6

“A Great Wild Mercy,” Carrie Newcomer – Oct. 13

“In My Saddest Dreams, I Am Beside You,” Dreamwell – Oct. 20

“Apocalypticism,” Moon Walker – Oct. 20

“Los Angeles,” Lol Tolhurst x Budgie x Jacknife Lee – Nov. 3

“Songs for the Canyon,” John Vincent III – Nov. 17


“Scott Joplin: The Complete Works for Piano,” Dick Hyman – Aug. 18

“J50: The Evolution of The Joker (Deluxe),” Steve Miller Band – Sept. 15

For the Love of Latin


“Blue Ridge Rangers” and “John Fogerty,” John Fogerty – Aug. 25

“City to City,” Gerry Rafferty – Aug. 25

“Rapper’s Delight: A Taste of Sugar Hill Records 1979-1986,” various artists – Sept. 15

“Even Now,” Barry Manilow – Oct. 6

Just Released

(surprise releases + more)

“Peril 1998,” MÒZÂMBÎQÚE (five-song EP; Nettwerk)

“Diamonds,” Mike Thomas (producer: Tres Sasser; Electric 3 Records)

“BAZAR,” Nine Mile Station (band includes Will Hawkins and Fernando Perdomo; Spirit of Unicorn Music)

“Voice 2 Skull,” Body Double (five-song EP; Zum)

“Emmanuel Head,” Hector Gannet (three-song EP; See here; Guga Records)

“Silhouette,” Christine Tarquinio (five-song EP; producer: Joshua Hennessy; christine.tarquinio)

When times get rough / You can fall back on us

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Dragging These Roots, Jelly Roll
New York / LA Hex, The Kills … their first new songs in seven years
Miss Me Yet?, Jastin Martin
I Don’t Love You Anymore, Teddy Thompson
All the Good Times Never Die, Leisure feat. Night Tapes
bender, Kibi James
Changing, Finish Ticket
Bad Friend, Bad Wolves
The Sea, Romy
If I’m Being Honest, Becca Bowen
Gone, Two Times Shy
Fake Tan, Ashley Anne
Rhinestone Cowgirl, Jenna DeVries
breathe out, Tadgh Billy King
if u know, u know, Tamar Berk
Shot You Down, Chloey Rose
Red (Sierra’s Version), Sierra Annie
Warrior in the Garden, ATRIUM
Breaking Glass Ceilings, Paytra
MR. CRYBABY, Kelsey Montanez
When You Were Bored, The Hails


Ian Emes (British film director who worked with Pink Floyd, Duran Duran, et al)

Vince Hill (British pop singer, best known for his 1967 hit “Edelweiss”)

This Week In … 1975

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Listen to What the Man Said,” Paul McCartney & Wings

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Jive Talkin’,” Bee Gees (from No. 22 to No. 9)

Top Debut (No. 76) – “Two Fine People,” Cat Stevens

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” James Taylor (from No. 43 to No. 20)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Sneakin’ Up Behind You,” The Brecker Brothers

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