NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Nerve Flip, Red Hot Chili Peppers … originally a bonus track on the Japanese release of their “Unlimited Love” album |
Will of the People, Muse |
Bleed It, Logic |
Want Want, Maggie Rogers |
Distraction, Polo G |
Mrs. Davis, Gucci Mane |
Every Side of You, Vance Joy |
First High, Nikki Lane |
14, Clinton Kane |
Then Christ Came, MercyMe |
Midnight Train to Georgia, Kelly Lang |
CROWS, Saliva |
Bully-Man, Sylvia Pollard
Drunk Dial, Jason Owens |
Back Where I’m From / With a Little Help From My Friends, George Shingleton |
You Go Good, Shane Owens
Dead Star Light, The One Eighties |

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Let Go (20th Anniversary Edition),” Avril Lavigne (2002 debut album; with six bonus tracks, including a newly recorded version of “Breakaway,” which she had written for the album but was cut and eventually picked up by Kelly Clarkson; Hear here; Arista / Legacy)

“Hello Poison,” Arin Ray (guests: Tya Dolla $ign, Ari Lennox, Rose Gold, blxst, Terrace Martin, D Smoke, VanJess, Childish Major; Hear here; Interscope)

“BREAK THE CURSE,” Arlie (producers: lead singer Nathaniel Banks, bandmates Ryan Savage and Adam Lochemes, plus Gabe Simon, John Hill, Andrew Sarlo; new single: “landline”; Hear here; See here; Atlantic)

“break me!,” Maggie Lindemann (three-song EP; Hear here; swixxzaudio)

“Brood X,” Leona Naess (Hear here; Leona Naess)

“Backyard Vacation,” Brady Lee (four-song EP; new single: “Spin You Around”; Hear here; Sincerely Music Group)

“I Believe,” Bryan Carter (guests: Marquis Hill, Martina DaSilva, Braxton Cook; Hear here; La Reserve)

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“Denim & Diamonds,” Nikki Lane – Sept. 23

“MAYBE SOMEDAY IT’LL ALL BE OK,” Clinton Kane – Nov. 4


Ian Hunter (83)
Anita Harris (80)
Eddie Holman (76)
Too Slim (74)
Suzi Quatro (72)
Deniece Williams (72)
Dan Hill (68)
Danny Wilde [The Rembrandts] (66)
Kerry King (58)
Mike Gordon (57)
Jamie O’Neal (54)
Saffron [Republica] (54)
Ariel and Gabriel Hernandez [No Mercy] (51)
Lyfe Jennings (49)
Kelly Jones [Stereophonics] (48)


Andrew Gold (1951-2011)

Benny Spellman (1931-2011)

Koko Taylor (1929-2008)

Johann Strauss II (1825-1899)


“Boys and Girls,” Bryan Ferry (his sixth solo album, featuring “Slave to Love” and “Don’t Stop the Dance”; it was his only No. 1 LP in the U.K.; producers: Ferry, Rhett Davies; Virgin)


Kelly Joe Phelps (blues and country musician)


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