Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Gothic Summer,” The Veronicas – March 22

“No One Gets Out Alive,” Maggie Rose – April 5

“The Other Side,” T Bone Burnett – April 19

“Final Summer,” Cloud Nothings – April 19

“All Born Screaming,” St. Vincent – April 26

“Pull the Rope,” Ibibio Sound Machine – May 3

“Funeral for Justice,” Mdou Moctar – May 3

“With Love, ,” Snarls – May 3

“I Am Toward You,” How to Dress Well – May 10

“Rise & Fall,” Scotty McCreery – May 10

“The Avett Brothers,” The Avett Brothers – May 17

“Neon Pill,” Cage the Elephant – May 17

“Here to Eternity,” Collective Soul – May 17

“Ooh La La,” Guster – May 17

“Moon & Stars,” The Mavericks – May 17

“Clancy,” twenty one pilots – May 17

“The Mosaic,” Capstan – May 24

“Roads That Go Nowhere,” Travis Denning – May 24

“She Told Me Where to Go,” Old Man Luedecke – May 24

“Every New Beginning,” Kim Richey – May 24

“Ship to Shore,” Richard Thompson – May 31

“EELS TIME!,” Eels – June 7

“Scream from New York, NY,” Been Stellar – June 14

“V,” Black Country Communion – June 14

“hummingbird,” Carly Pearce – June 14

“X’s,” Cigarettes After Sex – July 12

This Week's Vinyl Releases

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“Observations in Time: The Johnny Brantley/Vidalia Productions,” Ohio Players – April 5

“Best of Bruce Springsteen,” Bruce Springsteen – April 19


“Learning to Crawl (40th Anniversary Edition),” The Pretenders – May 24

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“3 Feet High and Rising (35th Anniversary),” De La Soul (1989 debut album; with five bonus tracks; See here; Chrysalis)

“A Good Thing,” Handsome Jack (new single: “Wind It Up”; See here; Radiator)

“KillerStar,” KillerStar (U.K. duo’s debut album; with Earl Slick, Gail Ann Dorsey and Emm Gryner; new single: “You’re a Chameleon”; See here; High Wire)

“Dying,” The Narcotix (NYC art pop group’s debut album; Hear here; The Narcotix)

“Hidden in the Honey,” Atelo Songs (Sam Gleason’s second album; producer: Gleason; Atelo Songs)

Feel like a brand new person / I finally know what it's like

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Too Good To Be True, Kacey Musgraves
Overcompensate, twenty one pilots
Doctor (Work It Out), Pharrell Williams & Miley Cyrus
Like What (Freestyle), Cardi B 
Von dutch, Charli XCX
Messed Up As Me, Keith Urban
Out Loud, Cage the Elephant
Broken Man, St. Vincent
Still Yours (From The Doc), The Kid LAROI
Doing Better, FLETCHER
Lighter, Galantis, David Guetta & 5 Seconds of Summer
Teardrops, Liam Payne
Somewhere Between, Dylan Gossett
I Still Believe, Lecrae & for KING & COUNTRY
Dizzy, Olly Alexander
Stay Free, Black Country Communion
Preciosa, Empress Of
Don’t Let Me Down, Surfaces & JVKE
Overrated, Landon Conrath 

Slug, Matt Champion
Good At Being Bad, Gangstagrass

You Know I Love You Still, Kacy Hill
Rise Above It All, The Georgia Thunderbolts
Watch Me Fall Down, Alberta Cross
Cold Arms, Ewy
Never Going Back Now, moving mirrors
Small Talk, Kayla DiVenere
Spaceman, Supreme Unbeing
A Little Piece, iskwē
Southern Roots, Patrick Davis
What Kinda Love, Sohodolls 
Moving, Torrey
Poison Me, Devon Thompson
Focus, Klarantonhy feat. Aleesia
Deer in the Headlights, Burning Jacobs Ladder
horsepower, Keli Holiday
Waiting for God in the Garden, CLAY
In My Dreams, ElectraQueens
Phase, Kerrigan Barry
All Angles, Christine Tarquinio
It Goes Quiet, Razor Braids
One Day, Fear of Water


Bob Heil (rock audio legend who created the Heil Talk Box, used by Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh, et al)

Nina Avramides (longtime manager for Jimmy Buffett and other acts)

Cat Janice (viral TikTok singer)

This Week In … 1966

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’,” Nancy Sinatra   

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Elusive Butterfly,” Bob Lind (from No. 20 to No. 9) 

Highest Debut (No. 46) – “19th Nervous Breakdown,” The Rolling Stones   

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Listen People,” Herman’s Hermits (from No. 41 to No. 13) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Take Me For What I’m Worth,” The Searchers 

No. 1 Album – “Whipped Cream & Other Delights,” Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass 

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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