New Releases

“Blanket,” Kevin Abstract – Nov. 3

“Shooter Jennings and the Werewolves of Los Angeles Do Zevon,” Shooter Jennings – Nov. 3

“14K Figaro,” Wiki & Tony Seltzer – Nov. 10

“Salvage Enterprise,” The Polyphonic Spree – Nov. 17

“Big Sigh,” Marika Hackman – Jan. 12, 2024

“Orquídeas,” Kali Uchis – Jan. 12, 2024

“Weird Faith,” Madi Diaz – Feb. 9, 2024

“Part Time Believer,” The Strumbellas – Feb. 9, 2024

“The Glorification of Sadness,” Paloma Faith – Feb. 16, 2024

“Back Into the Dream,” Elephant Stone – Feb. 23, 2024

“Queen Kerosene,” Alex Jordan – March 8, 2024

“Higher Power,” Scott Stapp – March 15, 2024


“The Sound of Music (An Original Soundtrack Recording) (Deluxe Edition),” Julie Andrews, et al – Dec. 1

“Best of The Corrs,” The Corrs – Dec. 1

“Commitment,” Bobby Darin – Dec. 1

“Leaving It All Behind / Move Along / Alotta’ Mileage,” The Grass Roots – Dec. 1

Music Books

“Harry Styles – As It Is: The Illustrated Biography,” Carolyn McHugh – Dec. 5

“Two Headed Doctor: Listening for Ghosts in Dr. John’s Gris-Gris,” David Toop – Dec. 26

“Wake Up! To the World of Bernard Rhodes,” Bernard Rhodes – Dec. 30

“Van Halen at 50,” Martin Popoff – April 30, 2024

New Music Friday: Oct. 13, 2023

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“before we say goodbye,” Camylio (seven-song EP; new single: “running”; See here; Mercury / Republic)

“Flowers in the Sky,” Sunny Luwe (pop-soul artist’s debut album; Hear here; Sunny Luwe)

We got to make this land a better land / Than the world in which we live

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Columbus & 89th, Sarah Jarosz 
Angel, Black Pumas 
What I Deserve, Scott Stapp feat. Yiannis Papadopoulos
Sometimes, I Swear, The Vaccines 
Shame, Lauren Mayberry (of CHVRCHES) 
The Narrow Bridge, Nefesh Mountain 
everything’s a mess, Kitty Coen
Before We Step Inside, Charlie Burg 
N/Y, The Haxan Cloak 
Kickin’ a Stone, Dan Pallotta 
SPLAT!, gglum 
Something True, Gaidaa 
Uh Oh!, Another Sky 
Towers, Burr Island 
The Wind, Monsonic 
Jelsy, bar italia 
Boys, Psymon Spine 
At Christmas, Lisa Biales 

This Week In … 2008

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Whatever You Like,” T.I.

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “All Summer Long,” The Rock Heroes (from No. 38 to No. 29)

Top Debut (No. 17) – “Right Now (Na Na Na),” Akon

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Angel,” Natasha Bedingfield (from No. 93 to Nov. 75)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Superwoman,” Alicia Keys

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