Updates + Additions

New Releases

“A Kiss for Brazil,” Karrin Allyson – May 17

“Disenchanted,” The Anti-Queens – May 17

“AMANA,” Crumb – May 17

“Anam Cara,” Oliver Wakeman – May 17

“Here Come the Dowsers!,” Ward White – May 17

“Semipermanence,” Joshua Moshier – May 24

“Model,” Wallows – May 24

“Good Grief,” Bernard Butler – May 31

“Project Freedom,” Jordan Hamilton – May 31

“POPtical Illusion,” John Cale – June 14

“Diamanda Galás in Concert,” Diamanda Galás – June 14

“Heat Ray,” Will Gregory Moog Ensemble – June 14

“Daffodils & Dirt,” SAM MORTON – June 14

“Deleted Scene,” Stumbleine – June 14

“TexiCali,” Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore – June 21

“What’s Left Unsaid,” Foreign Hands – June 21

“An Hour Before It’s Dark Live in Port Zelande 2023,” Marillion – June 21

“Stung!,” Pond – June 21

“NOISE FOR NOW: VOL. 2,” various artists – June 21

“Love Heart Cheat Code,” Hiatus Kaiyote – June 28

“early twenties,” Cat Burns – July 12

“Unprecedented Sh!t,” Ani DiFranco – July 12

“Box of Letters,” sparkle*jets u.k. – July 19

“Birthday,” Blues Pills – Aug. 2

“My Town,” Brian Ray – Aug. 2

New Music Friday: March 29, 2024

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“Manifestation (Deluxe Edition),” Maurice White – May 3

“The Ultimate Live at the BBC,” The Yardbirds – May 3

“Cry Baby (Deluxe Edition),” Melanie Martinez – May 10

“Africa ’80,” The Staple Singers – May 10

“The RCA Albums Collection,” John Denver – May 24

“Boston 1981,” Rainbow – May 24

“Hello Darlin’ / Fifteen Years Ago / How Much More Can She Stand / I Wonder What She’ll Think About Me Leaving,” Conway Twitty – May 24

“ANNO DOMINI 1989-1995,” Black Sabbath – May 31

“Live on Beat Club ’71-’72,” Fanny – June 7


“Fleetwood Mac” and “Tusk,” Fleetwood Mac – May 24

“Amber (25th Anniversary),” Amber – May 31

“Greatest Hits,” Creed – May 31

“From the Mars Hotel (50th Anniversary Remaster Picture Disc),” Grateful Dead – June 21

“A Shipwreck in the Sand,” Silverstein – June 28

“Rumours,” Fleetwood Mac – July 12

Music Books

“This Is Our Life,” The Tragically Hip – Oct. 1

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“EXIST,” Great Good Fine Ok (five-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Tzarina,” Tzarina (producer: Nick Bellmore; Hear here; TLF / Virgin Music Group)

“There’s Still Time,” Doris Club (Nettwerk)

“Good Kid 4,” Good Kid (JUNO-nominated Toronto quintet’s six-song EP; Hear here; Good Kid)

“New Lady,” Bonneville (U.K. singer-songwriter’s debut album; Bonneville)

“Recorda Me: Remembering Joe Henderson,” Lori Bell Quartet (Hear here; Lori Bell Quartet)

“Between Two Worlds,” Gustavo Galindo (Grammy-nominated Latin singer-songwriter’s third album; new single: “Princesa”; Hear here; Gustavo Galindo)

“Children’s Corner,” Dánae Olano (Hear here; Lulaworld)

“Luvabyes,” Incremona (five-song EP; mixed and mastered by Colin Lanz; Hear here; Moderik)

“La Vida Misma,” Ivan Llanes (Hear here; Vydia)

“Slow Down Time,” Illiterate Light (five-song EP; Hear here; Red Books)

“Raveled Veiled Known,” LFZ (four-song EP; Hear here; LFZ)

“On the Green,” Gibson & Toutant (Hear here; Sleepy Cat)

“Collision,” Carpet (Hear here; Kapitän Platte)

I wasn't there that morning when my father passed away / I didn't get to tell him all the things I had to say

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Next Semester, twenty one pilots
I Luv It, Camila Cabello feat. Playboi Carti 
Imouhar, Mdou Moctar 
What’s Wrong With the World?, Fairground Attraction 
Fake Flowers, Maggie Rose 
Walk With Me, bôa 
Everyone Out, DIIV 
All My Fault, Fantastic Cat 
Docket, Blondshell feat. Bully 
Mama Said, Zacchae’us Paul 
Headlights, Model Child 
Will You Do Me a Kindness, Merce Lemon 
Heavy Dreams, Marchildon 
French Defence, Murdo Mitchell 
My God, The Lonely Ones 

Swagger, Saint Social 
Don’t Give Up on Love, Micah McLaurin
Dirty Little Secrets, Hazel Gaze
The Right Thing, Electric Enemy 
Soul Fly, 60 East & Blu feat. Sa-Roc 
Pretty Girls Dance, MOVINA 
Make Hay While the Moon Shines, Rebecca Frazier 
All Changed, The Nomadic 
Best Bar in Town, Midnight South 
Go On, Hero, Aaron Marlowe
Flame, American Pistil 
Horizon’s Glance, Spangled 
Here I Am, Caryn Dixon

I Got You Covered, Lil’ Skinny
The Eraser, The Midnight Callers
Runaway Cowboy, HALIE
Too Much, Chavar Dontae
Legendary, Reality Suite


Sandra Crouch (Grammy-winning gospel musician and twin sister of the late Andraé Crouch)

Maurizio Pollini (Grammy-winning Italian pianist)

This Week In … 1978

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Night Fever,” Bee Gees 

Biggest Movers Within the Top 40 – “Dust in the Wind,” Kansas (from No. 23 to No. 12) and “The Closer I Get to You,” Roberta Flack with Donny Hathaway (from No. 39 to No. 28)

Highest Debut (No. 70) – “With a Little Luck,” Wings

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Count On Me,” Jefferson Starship (from No. 58 to No. 35) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “That’s Your Secret,” Sea Level 

No. 1 Album – “Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Sound Track),” Bee Gees and various artists

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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