New Releases

“When a Crooner Dies,” Leslie Odom Jr. – Dec. 1

“Sour Grapes,” Breeze – Dec. 8

“Think Later,” Tate McRae – Dec. 8

“A Matter of Time,” Shed Seven – Jan. 5, 2024

“Na Igle,” The Violent Youth – Jan. 12, 2024

“plastic death,” glass beach – Jan. 19, 2024

“Three Bells,” Ty Segall – Jan. 26, 2024

“Chapter & Verse,” Gabby Barrett – Feb. 2, 2024

“Grief Chapter,” Mother Mother – Feb. 16, 2024

“Presence,” Spectres – March 15, 2024


“The Johnny Winter Story (The GRT/Janus Recordings),” Johnny Winter – Dec. 15


“boygenius,” boygenius – Dec. 8

“Moon Faced and Starry Eyed,” Max Roach – Dec. 8

“Quadrophenia (Half Speed Masters)” and “The Who By Numbers (Half Speed Masters),” The Who – Feb. 2, 2024

DVD  + Blu-ray

“What Happens Later,” Meg Ryan, David Duchovny, et al – Dec. 19

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Good People,” Majid Jordan (new single: “Eyes Closed”; See here; OVO Sound)

“Hall of Gems,” Reid Jenkins (NYC baroque pop artist’s debut album; See here; Nettwerk)

“LXXXVIII,” Actress (Hear here; Ninja Tune)

“Concernless,” Dove Armitage (six-song EP; new single: “In Chaos”; Hear here; KRO)

“Invaluable Vol. 1 + 2,” Delilah Holliday (Hear here; One Little Independent)

“Knock Out Drops Vol. II,” CLONE (seven-song EP; new single: “Queen”; See here; ZeroTrophy)

“Up Against Your Nature,” Holly Munro (Irish singer-songwriter’s debut four-song EP; Hear here; AMK / Kartel Music Group)

“Guardian,” Stoned Statues (Hear here; Sakara)

“Minute to Win It,” Cuchulain (20 songs in 20 minutes; Hear here; Party People of the World)

Love will abide / Take things in stride / Sounds like good advice / But there's no one at my side

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Like a Girl Does, Peach PRC 
Falling Through, KillerStar 
easy breezy, Yaeji 
Juntos, Meresha 
Beg, Joan & The Giants
Small Talk Town, Rvshvd 
MILF, Scene Queen 
The Old Regime, Spectres 
Liberation, Regent 
The Silent Call, Cryptosis 
Separation Anxiety, PET NEEDS
Music for Breathing, Tetine 
Peacefully, Rob Wolf 
The Other Side, The Sextones 
Hate Me Too, Sophie Mars 
20s, The Violent Youth 
Kid Kool, Moses Mo and The Real Cool Band 
Picket Fence, Taylon Hope 
Airstream Dreams, Jessie Wilson feat. Caleb Lee Hutchinson 
Life Gives You Love, Makenzie Phipps 
Mixed Blood, Starving Wolves 
Hellava Ride, RYN 


Pete Garner (original Stone Roses bassist)

Adam Johnstone (Romero guitarist)

This Week In … 1990

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Ice Ice Baby,” Vanilla Ice 

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “I’m Your Baby Tonight,” Whitney Houston (from No. 29 to No. 18) 

Top Debut (No. 55) – “One and Only Man,” Steve Winwood 

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Wherever Would I Be,” Cheap Trick (from No. 94 to No. 69) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Doin’ the Do,” Betty Boo 

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