Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Analog Love,” Dabeull – April 12

“It Beckons Us All,” Darkthrone – April 26

“More Than This,” CeCe Winans – April 26

“Hold Your Horses,” Karate Boogaloo – May 3

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 90,” various artists – May 3

“Child Within the Man,” Sebastian Bach – May 10

“Remembrance,” Chick Corea & Béla Fleck – May 10

“Stay Free!,” Freedom – May 17

“Combustible Gems,” Lightheaded – May 17

“Me Again,” Sasha Alex Sloan – May 17

“Together/Alone,” The Blow Monkeys – May 24

“The Hard Way Blues,” Jesse Dayton – May 31

“Submarine,” The Marías – May 31

“Keepin’ the Lights On,” Kameron Marlowe – May 31

“Flying Away,” Jon Muq – May 31

“SIVE,” Michele Ducci – June 7

“Radiosoul,” Alfie Templeman – June 7

“The Early November,” The Early November – June 14

“Starstruck,” The Hollywood Stars – June 14

“WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS,” JXDN – June 28

New Music Friday: March 22, 2024

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Reissues

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 25th Anniversary: Volume 2,” various artists – May 3

“Queen Rock Montreal,” Queen – May 10

“China Greatness,” China Crisis – May 31

“What Lies Beneath (Special Edition),” Tarja – June 7

Vinyl

“Byrd’s Eye View,” Donald Byrd – May 3

“Total Eclipse,” Bobby Hutcherson – May 3

“Vagabundeando! Hangin’ Out,” Joe Cuba Sextet – May 10

“Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane,” Kenny Burrell – May 31

“Seconds of Pleasure,” Rockpile – June 7

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Live From Good Friday,” Chris Tomlin (11-track project featuring live recordings from his past “Good Friday Nashville” performances at Bridgestone Arena; Hear here; Sparrow / Capitol CMG)

“Moments: Wait (Live),” Bethel Music (Hear here; Bethel Music)

“friends vol. 1,” bob junior (Chilean/Norwegian producer’s debut album; Hear here; 777 Music)

“songdreaming,” Sam Lee (Hear here; Cooking Vinyl)

“Demons,” NONEXISTER (Zurich hard rock band’s debut album; producer: producer Tommy Vetterli; NONEXISTER) 


“17 Young and Stunning,” Sydney Sherrill (producer: Kim Wood Sandusky; new single: “Boy in the Blue Cadillac”; Hear here; 2K Entertainment)

“Forever the Seasons,” Father Ron and Friends (Bishopmusic LLC)

“Every Dog Has Its Day,” Germ (new single: “CC”; Hear here; G59 Records)

They'll tell you a lie with a Colgate smile

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Enough (Miami), Cardi B
What I Am, ZAYN 
Only One, VCHA 
Heaven on Earth, Newsboys 
R e a l W o m a n, PARTYNEXTDOOR 
Enough for you, Wisp 
Bluegrass Radio, Alison Brown & Steve Martin 
hell of a good time, Haiden Henderson 
Color Up My World, Ben Rector & Hailey Whitters 
USER, Madison Olivia 
Taxi Driver, The Hollywood Stars 
Know, Pærish 
MF Diamond, Chinchilla 
Time to Let Go, WAASH 
To Keep Him Here, Hello Emerson 
Be Here, Ferry Townes 
What’s Your Damage?, Arena 
Hey Hey, Sam Weber 
Carolina, Julia Pratt
Monster, Eville 
Gamle-Erik, MÍO 
Why’d You Come in Here Lookin’ Like That?, Brian Falduto … cover of Dolly Parton 
Stars in Your Eyes, Nick Kizirnis 
Stroll, Alex Lambert 

R.I.P.

Pete Rodriguez (pioneering Latin pianist and bandleader best known for “I Like It Like That”)

Byron Janis (renowned American classical pianist)

Steve Harley (Cockney Rebel)

Angela McCluskey (The Wild Colonials singer)

This Week In … 1967

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Penny Lane,” The Beatles 

Biggest Mover(s) Within the Top 40 – “California Nights,” Lesley Gore (from No. 27 to No. 16)

Highest Debut (No. 50) – “Somethin’ Stupid,” Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “This Is My Song,” Petula Clark (from No. 57 to No. 28) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “No Fair At All,” The Association 

No. 1 Album – “More of The Monkees,” The Monkees

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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