“Standing in the Doorway: Chrissie Hynde Sings Bob Dylan,” Chrissie Hynde – May 21

“Exodus,” DMX – May 28

“Heart on My Glass,” Meghan Patrick – June 25

“Europiana,” Jack Savoretti – June 25

“Departure Tapes,” Giancarlo Erra – July 2

“For Once In My Life: A Celebration of Motown,” Il Divo – July 16

“Into the Blue,” The Joy Formidable – Aug. 20

“Deviator,” Noise Unit – Sept. 17

3 Months Free of Amazon Music Unlimited. »


“GarciaLive Volume 16: November 15th, 1991 Madison Square Garden,” Jerry Garcia Band – June 25

“A Bigger Bang Live On Copacabana Beach,” The Rolling Stones – July 9


“Back At The Chicken Shack,” Jimmy Smith – June 25

“Through Being Cool,” Saves the Day – July 2


“The Grunge Diaries: Seattle, 1990–1994,” Dave Thompson – Sept. 15

“It’s All in Black and White: Wham! Life and Friendship,” Pepsi & Shirlie – Oct. 5


“The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run,” Tom Kenny, Awkwafina, Matt Berry, Snoop Dogg, Bill Fagerbakke, et al – July 13


“Kutt Dat Boy,” Kuttem Reese (Orlando rapper’s debut mixtape; new single: “All 10”; See here; Republic)

“On Malaise,” messier (Finnish indie rock band’s debut album; See here; SideOneDummy)

“Fresh Start,” Bailey Bryan (Hear here; 300 Entertainment)

“Astrachan,” Astrachan (Chicago-based artist Ben Atrachan’s psychedelic-folk, chamber pop debut LP; Hear here; Astrachan)

“Whatever My Heart Allows,” Jake Manzi (guests: Dawes’ Griffin and Taylor Goldsmith, Don Was, Madison Cunningham, Mikaela Davis; Hear here; Jake Manzi)

“nice,” goodboy noah (five-song EP; Hear here; goodboy noah / The Orchard)

“Here As One,” Fried Monk & beautiful-fortune (three-song EP; new single: “Planet B”; See here; Remedy Media)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Down, St. Vincent
Astronomy, Conan Gray
What Ain’t To Be Just Might Happen, Rhonda Vincent
Haha (Please Be Kind), KyleYouMadeThat feat. Justis Bratt
All I Want, Boys Noize feat. Jake Shears
You, Eliza & The Delusionals
Better Remember / Miss World, Gizelle Smith
Lost With You, Moonshine feat. Feldz
My Old Bassist, Woody and Jeremy
I Want to Know, Pushing Daizies
Let It Out, Mountain Head
Hold On My Love, The Ruddy Ruckus
Wild, Alyssa Scott
Young Dumb Crazy, Asbjørn

Crush This World, They Fell From The Sky
Fight the Feeling, BLUFF
Sabor, Dallas String Quartet feat. Jesús Molina
Phantom, NO:IR
Choose Wisely, Frame 42
A Garden Overrun, ASW
7 to 7, Obed Padilla
Turn on the Big Machines, Glassmasterer
Death’s Kiss, I Ya Toyah
BBL, First Beige
Tailspin, Calling All Captains
My Darlin’, Calico
So Supreme, Bodega Bamz
Baklengs Tebake, Endre Olsen
Leave the Sea, Enraged Monkeys
Marilyn Monroe, Moni Grace
Hide the Bad, Novocaine 99
I Didn’t Realise, Karen Harding
Isolation, Michael Runswick
Sketches, Sweetjane X feat. Captain Reinier Sijpkens
Down at Dawn, Craig John Davidson
Life Moves Fast, The Spare Parts


Henry Fambrough [The Spinners] (83)
Carl Douglas (79)
Donovan (75)
Graham Gouldman (75)
Dave Mason (75)
Jay Ferguson (74)
Sly Dunbar (69)
Karl Hyde [Underworld] (64)
Bono (61)
Danny Carey (60)
Young MC (54)
Richard Patrick [Filter] (53)
Jesse Vest [Tantric and Days of the New] (44)
Jason Dalyrimple [Soul For Real] (41)
Joey Zehr [The Click Five] (38)


Soraya (1969-2006)

Shel Silverstein (1930-1999)

 RELEASED ON MAY 10 IN … 1982 

“Rio,” Duran Duran (their second studio album, featuring “Hungry Like the Wolf,” “Rio” and “Save a Prayer”; producer: Colin Thurston; EMI)


Daniel Hutchens (Bloodkin co-founder)


> Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, The Killers, Lizzo to Headline Firefly Festival (Firefly)

> McDuck Hangs Up Trumpet, Parts Ways from Lake Street Dive with Heartfelt Message (American Songwriter)

> Rough Trade Record Store Has an Unlikely New Home: 30 Rock (The New York Times)

> Iron Maiden to Launch ‘Hellcat’ Lager This Fall (Loudwire)

> How ’70s UK Music Icons Inspired Duran Duran: Book Excerpt (Ultimate Classic Rock)

> Where Is Country Music Making Room for Women? (The New York Times)