Updates / Additions

New Releases

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 88,” various artists – Oct. 27

“The Maybe Man,” AJR – Nov. 3

“The Doman Tracks,” Heather Anne Lomax – Nov. 3

“The Comeback Kid,” Marnie Stern – March 8, 2024


“I’m Just a Prisoner” and “Stand By Your Man,” Candi Staton – Oct. 27

“Greatest Hits,” Willie Nelson – Nov. 3

“Valentine Demos,” Snail Mail – Nov. 3

This Week's Vinyl Releases


“Mommy’s Little Monster (40th Anniversary),” Social Distortion – Nov. 10

“Fush Yu Mang,” Smash Mouth – Nov. 24

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Autumn Variations (Fan Living Room Sessions),” Ed Sheeran (bonus performances recorded at the homes of 14 fans between recent tour dates; See/Read here; Gingerman / Atlantic)

“3D: The Remixes,” Jung Kook (seven-song EP; Read here; BIGHIT MUSIC)

“Double,” Michele Morrone (Italian actor-singer’s second album; See here; Republic)

“Finish What You Started,” kerri (guests: Skinny Atlas, VITO; new single: “Next Time I’ll Choose Love”; See here; Nettwerk)

“Sines and Symptoms,” Liam Barrack (four-song EP; producer: Ryan Worsley; Hear here; Liam Barrack) 

“Bury the Lede,” Dessa (rapper-singer’s first album in five years; new single: “Decoy”; See here; Doomtree)

“PEACH,” PEACH (Bristol desert-rock, post-punk group’s debut album; producer: Peter Miles; See here; PEACH)

“Love, Hope, Nostalgia,” DiElle (five-song EP; new single: “Stone By Stone”; Hear here; DiElle) 

“Always & Always,” The Julies (full-length debut album; producer: Kyle Pulley; Hear here; Lost in Ohio)

“Downtown!,” Equipment Pointed Ankh (Louisville, KY band’s fourth album; Hear here; Torn Light)

“One Lover Leaves,” Mike O’Dowd (Australian indie-folk artist’s debut album; Hear here; Mike O’Dowd Music)

“Granny Music,” GIRL SCOUT (five-song EP; new single: “Bruises”; See here; Made Music)

“Burn You Up,” Lucia Stavros (producer: Kevin Abdella; new single: “Lena Lightly”; Hear here; Stavros Productions)

“Selective Deafness,” Menajerie (Meanjin/Brisbane-based neo-soul group’s eight-song debut EP; See here; Menajerie)

“Let’s Play Again,” Creatures at Play (Hear here; Creatures at Play)

If you're gonna have a hit / You gotta make it fit / So they cut it down to 3:05

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

How I Love You, Rhodes
Icarus, Cattle & Cane
Young in America, Barns Courtney
Calabasas, Goldfinch
Burning Bridges, milkshed.
San Jose, Spunsugar
r(EMOTE), L’Rain
Ripe, JHart
BAD START, StrateJacket
Dixie, Caskey
Reverse, Zacari
embarrassing, Britta Raci
Afterlife, KID BLOOM
Good Time (1:08), Jagwar Twin
Rose Colored Lenses, Jenny Stenger
C’est la vie, The Bankes Brothers


Russell Batiste (drummer for Funky Meters and Vida Blue)

This Week In … 1997

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Honey,” Mariah Carey

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “My Love Is the Shhh!,” Something for the People feat. Trina & Tamara (from No. 31 to No. 22)

Top Debut (No. 2) – “4 Seasons of Loneliness,” Boyz II Men

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Avenues,” Refugee Camp All Stars feat. Pras (from No. 68 to No. 46)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Free,” Ultra Naté

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