“Shining Under the Soot,” Fred Abbott + The Wild Unknown – July 7, 2023

“In My Mind There’s a Room,” Mull Historical Society – July 21, 2023

“The Long Goodbye,” Candlebox – Aug. 25, 2023

“Thunder Above You,” Ida Mae – Aug. 25, 2023

“Timba a la Americana,” Harold López-Nussa – Aug. 25, 2023

“City Lights,” Philip Seth Campbell – Sept. 1, 2023

“Queen of Time,” Lindsay Lou – Sept. 29, 2023

“Wonder, Won’t You?,” Harrison Storm – Jan. 5, 2024

NOW That’s What We Call New Music Friday: June 9, 2023. »


“All the Old 45s: The Very Best of Deacon Blue,” Deacon Blue – Sept. 1, 2023

“Denim & Rhinestones (Deluxe Edition),” Carrie Underwood – Sept. 22, 2023

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Adderall,” Slipknot (six-song EP; See here; Read here; Roadrunner)

“Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever),” Noah Kahan (extended version of his 2022 album; new single: “Dial Drunk”; Hear here; Mercury / Republic)

“Live at Spiral House,” Darkside (collection of jams culled from weeks of rehearsals in Los Angeles last summer; See here; Matador)

“Ingen tid å miste,” MÍO (translation: “No time to waste”; Oslo-based folk ‘n’ roll band’s debut album; producer: Noah Winter Krogsholm; Hear here; Lilith Records / MÍO Music)

“Caught in the Middle,” Wesley Adams Cook (Colorado singer-songwriter’s debut six-song EP; new single: “Baby”; Hear here; Lord Howensaw Entertainment)

“Esoteric,” Weekend Recovery (new single: “No Saint”; Hear here; Criminal)

“Poison Reverse,” American Trappist (Hear here; Smartt*)

“Hiraeth,” Dayshifter (Newcastle-based melodic hardcore five-piece’s debut album; recorded with Dan Kerr; new single: “Fever Dreaming”; Hear here; Dayshifter)

“If Not Now, When,” Dakota 66 (Irish indie rockers’ debut album; Hear here; Dakota 66 Music)

“In the End,” Linda Varg (Hear here; Fifth Island Music / DOCKS)

“Black Fae,” Rachel Maxann (Hear here; Rachel Maxann)

“Horsin’ Around,” Bret Nybo (five-song EP; Hear here; Bret Nybo)

 NEW SONGS PLAYLIST  (click on title to stream)

Take Two, BTS
VULGAR, Sam Smith & Madonna
Take Me Out, Carrie Underwood
What the Hell Are We Dying For?, Shawn Mendes
Sunset, Gus Dapperton
​​Sweet 16, Uncle Kracker
This Love, Harrison Storm
Bright Soil, Fences feat. Wesley Schultz
Bad Idea, Adult Leisure
Milk & Honey, Rare Americans
Marvel Room, Rob Moose feat. Bon Iver
1952, Mull Historical Society
Galloping, Phoebe Hunt
Mi Querido, Mi Viejo, Mi Amigo (Amazon Original), Cuco
Midwest, Vacations
Sho Nuff, Hyro The Hero
Come Home, Thomas Day

darkroom, not dvr
My Whispers Are Wildfire, Ida Mae
The Good Guy, Sabrina Ponte
Under the Weather, Off Judy
Paradise, The Day We Left Earth
Doomsday Cat, Woktrax
Ghost / Chicago, prchr.
You, Alyssa Scott
Everybody Makes Mistakes, I Create Disasters, The Final Clause of Tacitus
Driving in the Dark, I Am Boleyn
Sopranino, Jonsjooel
Keep Her, Erin K
Winnebago Dreams, Dan Pallotta
Give It Up, Jack Rose
Beauty Is Different, S/M/B
Ready to Go, Kwasi
I Must Be in a Good Place Now, Seth Walker


Today’s Birthdays


Jack Lee (Nerves singer and writer of Blondie hit “Hanging on the Telephone”)

Les Leverett (staff photographer for Grand Ole Opry for 32 years)


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