Updates / Additions

New Releases

“Stellaria,” Chelsea Cutler – Oct. 13

“God Games,” The Kills – Oct. 27

“152,” Taking Back Sunday – Oct. 27

Reissues

“To the Faithful Departed (Deluxe Edition),” The Cranberries – Oct. 13

“Mixing Up the Medicine / A Retrospective,” Bob Dylan – Oct. 20

New Music Friday: The Reissues

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“to whoever wants to hear,” DREAM (singer-songwriter’s seven-song debut EP; Hear here; Mercury / Nashville)

“Let All Who Will,” Chris Pierce (producers: Niko Bolas, Dave Resnik; Hear here; Friends at Work / Downtown Distribution)

“A Celebration of Hank Williams Live,” Ward Hayden & The Outliers (Faster Horses Recordings)

“GHOST OF VROOM 3,” Ghost of Vroom (Mod y Vi Records)

“Dormant,” Silent Skies (Napalm)

“Machine,” Wasting May (Orlando alt-rock duo’s five-song debut EP; Hear here; Wasting May)

Love is but a song we sing / Fear's the way we die

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Last Time I Saw You, Nicki Minaj
Demons, Doja Cat
Tension, Kylie Minogue
Keep Going Up, Timbaland, Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake 
Wasting Time / Temporary Tears, NEEDTOBREATHE
HONEY (ARE U COMING?), Måneskin 
Your Bones, Chelsea Cutler
Are You Awake?, Lauren Mayberry (of CHVRCHES) 
inferno, yeule 
Wonderful & Great, Netta
As Good a Reason, Paris Paloma
Strange, Lawson Hull 
Love Myself, Valentina (Hot Chip singer)
Strangers, Kenya Grace
Barstool Boys, Josh Abbott Band
brea(d)th, Carlos Simon, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Minnesota Orchestra & Jonathan Taylor Rush 
No Alarm, Benét 
Parallel Universe, Theo Tams
Flesh It Out, Proteins of Magic
Better Yet, Mylie Taylor
Sofa King Lonely, august brodie 
When They Are Done, Bloomr
New Year, New You, Cuchulain
Too Young for That, Emma Ogier
Brighten Up My Life, Violent Vickie feat. Mirror Of Haze 

Mundo de ilusión, borza feat. Yoandris Torres Fondin 
Canary, Tess & The Details 
Father’s Son, JHart 

R.I.P.

Faye Fantarrow (21-year-old singer signed to Dave Stewart’s label)

Jack Sonni (former Dire Straits guitarist)

This Week In … 1964

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Where Did Our Love Go,” The Supremes

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Selfish One,” Jackie Ross (from No. 32 to No. 14)

Top Debut (No. 51) – “Oh, Pretty Woman,” Roy Orbison

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Baby, I Need Your Loving,” The Four Tops (from No. 54 to No. 32)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Everybody Needs Somebody to Love,” Solomon Burke

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