New Releases

“What Now,” Brittany Howard – Feb. 2, 2024

“XX: 20th Anniversary Album,” Il Divo – Feb. 9, 2024

“All Life Long,” Kali Malone – Feb. 9, 2024

“Real Power,” Gossip – March 22, 2024


“Rebel Diamonds,” The Killers – Dec. 8

DVD + Blu-ray

“McCabe & Mrs. Miller (The Criterion Collection),” Warren Beatty, Julie Christie, Rene Auberjonois, et al – Feb. 6, 2024

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“For All the Dogs Scary Hours Edition,” Drake (29 songs; OVO Sound / Republic)

“Black Mona Lisa,” Billy Porter (guest: Lady Blackbird; See here; Republic)

“fruitcake,” Sabrina Carpenter (six-song EP; Island)

“Cosmo,” Ozuna (guests: David Guetta, Jhayco, Maldy, Chris Jedi, Anuel AA, De La Ghetto, Lito MC Cassidy; See here; Sony Music Latin)

“Dogma,” Dogma (new single: “Made Her Mine”; See here; MNRK Music Group)

“it was nice knowing u,” Kanii (eight-song EP; See here; Masked Records / Warner)

“DALE,” tana (five-song EP; new single: “HI-ROLLER FOREIGNER”; Hear here; Galactic / Republic)

“REESE,” Kuttem Reese (guests: G Herbo, NoCap, Ski Mask The Slump God, Kiwiana Bae; Hear here; Republic / 448 Music Group / CKN Entertainment)

“Makai,” Pepper (seven-song EP; Hear here; LAW)

“Eulogy: Volume I,” Josh Radnor (producers: Jeremiah Dunlap, Cory Quintard, Kyle Cox; new single: “Learning”; Hear here; Optimal Grip)

“Might Not Wanna Wake Up,” Lxandra (six-song EP; new single: “FU4EVER”; See here; Skär Music)

“Elisabeth,” Graham Lake (Swedish’s debut EP; new single: “This Ain’t Love”; Casablanca)

“Grab Bag,” Julia Bhatt (21-year-old Miami-based indie artist’s second EP; four songs; See here; Julia Bhatt)

“Birthdays & Funerals,” Caleb Hearn (three-song EP; producers: David Hodges, Dan Swank; new single: “How Did You Know?”; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Graceless,” Kissing Party (See here; Kissing Party)

Home, be the temple of your heart / Home, be the body of your love

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Vultures, Kanye West, Lil Durk, Ty Dolla $ign & Bump J
Red Flags, Brittany Howard 
execs, Tate McRae
The Parting Glass, boygenius & Ye Vagabonds … their tribute to Sinéad O’Connor, with all net proceeds donated to the Irish charity Asiling Project, an after-school project for disadvantaged children in Dublin
Christmas Isn’t Christmas, Bon Jovi
Lahaina, The Doobie Brothers feat. Henry Kapono, Jake Shimabukuro & Mick Fleetwood … proceeds go to the People’s Fund of Maui to residents displaced by the August 2023 fires
Get Close, Ari Lennox
Wrap Me Up, Jimmy Fallon & Meghan Trainor 
Answer Phone, Tom Odell 
Don’t Do Me Good, Madi Diaz & Kacey Musgraves
Two Hearts, Dermot Kennedy
This Is My Dirt, Justin Moore
The Chase, Tish Melton 
Losing You, Bryant Barnes 
Crazy Again, Gossip 
east side, Lyn Lapid 
Amigos, BIBI & Becky G 
Little Me, KAETO 
My Innocence, Corey Harper 
America, Anywhere, Nan Macmillan 
Someone Else, Ljung & Eirik Næss 
Wish, GUISE 
Riot, Bryce Fox & Sam Tinnesz 
Echo the Halls, Chuck Ragan 
LuvRMemoryz, K Play 


George “Funky” Brown (Kool & The Gang drummer and founding member)

HEATH (X JAPAN bassist)

This Week In … 1981

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 –“Private Eyes,” Daryl Hall & John Oates 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 –“Don’t Stop Believin’,” Journey (from Nov. 40 to No. 28) 

Highest Debut (No. 59) – “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do),” Daryl Hall & John Oates 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Centerfold,” The J. Geils Band (from No. 70 to No. 50) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “A Lucky Guy,” Rickie Lee Jones 

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