“Quaalude Lullabies,” Chris Canterbury – Sept. 23

“breathe,” Chris Lawson – Sept. 23

“The Bible,” Lambchop – Sept. 30

“Empire Central,” Snarky Puppy – Sept. 30

“SPIRITS,” Nothing More – Oct. 14

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“Older (Super Deluxe Edition),” George Michael – new release date, Aug. 12


“The Best of Roxy Music,” Roxy Music – Sept. 2

“The Bob’s Burgers Movie: A Major Motion Burger Soundtrack,” various artists – Dec. 16


“Anthems We Love: 29 Iconic Artists on the Hit Songs That Shaped Our Lives,” Steve Baltin – Oct. 25

“Walking Back Home: Deacon Blue & Me,” Ricky Ross – Nov. 22

“Electronically Yours: Vol. 1: My Autobiography,” Martyn Ware – Nov. 29

“How We Used Saint Etienne to Live,” Ramzy Alwakeel – Dec. 13

“Wayward: Just Another Life to Live,” Vashti Bunyan – Jan. 3, 2023

“Song of the Sparrow: A Memoir,” Tara MacLean – March 14, 2023

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“P.S.,” Kylie Morgan (seven-song EP; guest: Walker Hayes; Hear here; EMI Records Nashville)

“Rolling Across America – First Leg,” Soul Circus Cowboys (six-song EP; Hear here; Kismet Nashville)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

London Bridge, Dave Rowntree (Blur drummer) |
What If?, Paul Payne837 feat. Chisomo
Disco, Telaport | See here
See You Tonight, Mark Burke | See here
Age of the Idiot, Freedom Hawk


Robbie Robertson (79)
Huey Lewis (72)
Charles Ventre (70)
Jimmy Crespo (68)
Marc Cohn (63)
RZA (53)
Joe (49)
Róisín Murphy (49)
Bengt Lagerberg [The Cardigans] (49)
Bizarre (46)
Royce da 5′9″ (45)
Jason Wade [Lifehouse] (42)
Dave Haywood (40)
Nick O’Malley [Arctic Monkeys] (37)
Owl City (36)


Nick Cordero (1978-2020)

Shirley Goodman (1936-2005)

Ernie K-Doe (1933-2001)

Paul Hackman (1953-1992)

Harry James (1916-1983)


“She rolled over Beethoven
And she gave Tchaikovsky back”


“Debut,” Björk (the former Sugarcubes lead singer’s first solo album, featuring “Human Behaviour,” “Big Time Sensuality,” “Venus as a Boy” and “Violently Happy”; producers: Nellee Hooper, Björk; Elektra)


Tristan Goodall (The Audreys)

Alan Blaikley (co-wrote “Have I the Right” for The Honeycombs and songs for Elvis Presley)


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