“Starting Anew,” Maggie Belle – April 8

“Believe It,” Maddox Jones – April 8

“Free Time,” Jerry Paper – April 15

“Dreamtina,” Charlotte Rose Benjamin – April 22

“Animal,” Gareth Dunlop – April 22

“1977,” Michelle Malone – April 22

“Dopamine,” Thunder – April 29

“Fortune Favors the Bold,” 49 Winchester – May 13

“Kings of the New Age,” State Champs – May 13

“A Miss/ A Masterpiece,” Sylvia Rose Novak – May 20

“North East Coastal Town,” LIFE – June 10

“Life Is Yours,” FOALS – June 17

“A Hero’s Journey,” Capital Theatre – June 24

“Aftermath,” OurGlassZoo – June 24

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“Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Rush – April 15

“The Admiralty Lights: Complete Studio, Live, and Rare 1964-2009,” Al Stewart – June 3


“Breakin’ Away,” Al Jarreau – April 8

“Planet Her (Deluxe Edition),” Doja Cat – May 27

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“There in Spirit,” Homeboy Sandman (producer: Illingsworth; Hear here; CD out March 25; Vinyl out Aug. 5; Mello Music Group)

“In Photographs,” Shelterheart (first single: “In Photographs”; Hear here; Perpetual Doom)

“Cosmic Bullshit,” Volcanova (six-song EP; Hear here; The Sign)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Lost Track, HAIM |
Noble, Midlake
Point Me Toward the Real, Ezra Furman |
Delicately Poised, Capital Theatre |
Monuments, Jenn Nucum |
i dont need to choose, James Alphonse |
All My Life, Andrew Ryan |
It’s Only Now That I Know, Matt Saxton |
Worlds On Fire, Soldiers of Solace |
Ghost, Michael Beharie
Bittersweet, Nate Traveller
Mirror Sphere, Hannah Schneider |
Therapy, Sam Koon
Baby We’re Through, Ghost Hounds |
Headlights, JT Brennan
Faded, Remember the Monsters
Garden of Eden, Ny Oh |


Robert Clary (96)
Harry Belafonte (95)
Mike d’Abo (78)
Roger Daltrey (78)
Janis Oliver [Sweethearts of the Rodeo] (68)
Jon Carroll [Starland Vocal Band] (65)
Nik Kershaw (64)
Ryan Peake [Nickelback] (49)
Kesha (35)
Sammie (35)
Justin Bieber (28)


Jack Wild (1952-2006)

Bobby Timmons (1935-1974)


“The Dark Side of the Moon,” Pink Floyd (their eighth album, featuring “Money,” “Us and Them,” “Time” and “The Great Gig in the Sky”; it has logged a record 962 weeks on the Billboard chart and sold more than 45 million copies, one of the best-selling of all time; producers: Pink Floyd; engineered by Alan Parsons; Harvest)


Nicky Tesco (The Members)


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