New Releases

“The Toothpaste and the Tube,” Beans on Toast – Dec. 1

“Hurtling Towards Extinction,” Kelakos – Dec. 1

“Pink Friday 2,” Nicki Minaj – Dec. 8

“Going Through It,” Eliza McLamb – Jan. 19, 2024

“My Stupid Life,” Brittney Spencer – Jan. 19, 2024

“People Who Aren’t There Anymore,” Future Islands – Jan. 26, 2024

“Unbroken,” New Model Army – Jan. 26, 2024

“RESONATE,” Papooz – Jan. 26, 2024

“Project Regeneration Vol. 2,” Static-X – Jan. 26, 2024

“Faith Crisis Pt 1,” Middle Kids – Feb. 16, 2024

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Edge of Forever,” Jessi Colter (producer: Margo Price; guests: Price, Jenni Eddy Jennings; Read here; Appalachia Record Co.)

“Spooky Action at a Distance,” Pattern-Seeking Animals (L.A.-based prog quartet’s fourth album; InsideOutMusic)

“Memory Lane II,” Shordie Shordie & Murda Beatz (15-track mixtape; new single: “Contacts”; See here; Warner)

“Live in New York,” Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (recorded in April 2023 ay Mercury Lounge; Rocket Recordings / Missing Piece)

“1,” Savana Santos (full-length debut album; The Valory Music Co. / Tape Room Records / Big Machine Label Group)

“Early Warning,” Myrkvi (new single: “Miserable People”; See here; Baggabotn)

“Live & Loose in the USA,” Show Me the Body (15 songs; Loma Vista Recordings / Concord)

“bright orange everglow (sunset sessions),” elijah woods (six-song; Hear here; elijah woods)

“Country Gonna Be Alright,” David Adam Byrnes (producers: Bart Busch, Byrnes; Reviver)

“Rhythm,” Sydney Mae (six-song EP; Maehem Creative Records)

“Southern Galactic,” Caleb Lee Hutchinson (debut full-length album; producer: Titanic Sinclair; Country Reborn)

“KAIEN,” Kaien Cruz (South Africa-born, L.A.-based artist’s debut album; The Orchard)

“Hypnagogia,” Hannah Rose Platt (eight-song EP; producer: Ed Harcourt; Xtra Mile Recordings)

“eremos,” Siavash Amini (American Dreams Records)

“16 Again,” Dot Dash (Hear here; Country Mile)

Your job's a joke, you're broke / Your love life's DOA

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

If It Makes You Happy, Blondshell … Amazon Music Original cover of Sheryl Crow 
Different Kind of Beautiful, Alec Benjamin 
Time Will Tell, Sekou 
Whip It Up, Justine Skye 
Underestimate Me, Maggie Rose 
First of Spring (Keira’s Song), Eddie Berman 
All Over Again / Moon, Teethe 
Something You Were Trying, Phoebe Go 
Same Color As the Sun, flor 
Damage, Tim Lancaster Conspiracy 
Without You, Lily Meola 
Skinny & Blonde, Lauren Marcus 
So Close, Devon Thompson 
Sold My Soul (Bought It Back With Rock ‘n’ Roll), Jared Anthony & DMC 
Way Back, Noah Smith 
Take / Brokenheart, Loukeman 
That’s Where I Call Home, Blaine Holcomb 
Counting Thunder, LOONY 
Kid with the Radio, Midnight South 
Religion Is Dead, Final Child 
Can’t Go Back, Kellie Loder 
Neon Cowboy, The Kentucky Gentlemen 
Come Clean, Maggie Andrew 
To the Moon, Richard E 
Heaven Bound, Quarters of Change 


Aaron Spears (session drummer)

This Week In … 1979

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Rise,” Herb Alpert

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Ships,” Barry Manilow (from No. 35 to No. 20)

Top Debut (No. 78) – “What Can I Do With This Broken Heart,” England Dan & John Ford Coley

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough),” Barbra Streisand/Donna Summer (from No. 59 to No. 33) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Starry Eyes,” The Records

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