Updates / Additions

New Releases

“A+,” Agnetha Fältskog – Oct. 13

“For All Time,” Mayer Hawthorne – Oct. 27

“All Get Out,” All Get Out – Nov. 3

“Lifesongs: A Celebration of the First 20 Years,” Casting Crowns – Nov. 3

“Dolenz Sings R.E.M.,” Micky Dolenz – Nov. 3

“Accentuate the Positive,” Van Morrison – Nov. 3

“Innocence,” Kenny G – Dec. 8


“Johnny Cash – Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous,” Johnny Cash – Oct. 13

“A Head Full of Dreams,” Coldplay – Oct. 20

“Piano Man” and “The Vinyl Collection Vol. 2,” Billy Joel – Nov. 3

“The Wheel (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Rosanne Cash – Nov. 17


“Live at The Academy 1995,” Goo Goo Dolls – Oct. 20

“Jessye Norman: The Complete Studio Recitals,” Jessye Norman – Oct. 20

“Magic Man,” Omar & The Howlers – Oct. 20

“Very Necessary (30th Anniversary Edition),” Salt-N-Pepa – Oct. 20

“In Utero (30th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition),” Nirvana – Oct. 27

“Misfits & Mistakes: Singles, B-Sides and Strays 2007-2023,” Superchunk – Oct. 27

“NOW That’s What I Call Music! 25th Anniversary Volume 1,” various artists – Oct. 27

“Phantom Power (Deluxe),” The Tragically Hip – Nov. 3

“Substance 1987 (Expanded Edition),” New Order – Nov. 10

“Looking for the Magic: American Power Pop in the Seventies,” various artists – Nov. 17

This Week's Vinyl Releases

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“The Love Album: Off the Grid Diddy,” Diddy (his first full-length album since 2010’s “Last Train to Paris”; guests: The Weeknd, Herb Alpert, Justin Bieber, John Legend, Babyface, Kehlani, Busta Rhymes, The-Dream, et al; Bad Boy / Interscope)

“The Bridge,” Maren Morris (two-song EP; Columbia)

“MY BLOODY AMERICA,” City Morgue (Hear here; Hikari Ultra / Republic)

“Live in London,” Christone “Kingfish” Ingram (recorded in June 2023; See here; Alligator)

“She Said Mahalo,” Lee Oskar (producer: Oskar; Dreams We Share)

“A Turning of the Tide: Side B,” Hayden Calnin (six-song EP; Nettwerk)

“Play,” RL Grime (Sable Valley Records)

“Lost in Sound,” Retrofile (five-song EP; Hear here; Retrofile)

“semiwestern,” semiwestern (Texas band’s debut album; Spirit Goth / Audiosport)

“Letters to My Friends,” Lour (five-song EP; Lour) 

Did you ever see a robin weep / When leaves began to die?

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Slime You Out, Drake feat. SZA
Balut, Doja Cat
Back for More, TOMORROW X TOGETHER with Anitta
should sleep, Moby, J.P. Bimeni & Prins Thomas 
SKED, Denzel Curry feat. Kenny Mason 
Believe, Preston Pablo
Luffa, Joe West
I Am the Seed, Harp (former Midlake singer Tim Smith) 
Safe House, Yot Club x Jordana
You At Home, Kate Bollinger 
Guess I’m Always Leaving, Katsy Pline
End Times, Easton
Things Change, Venus
S.E.L., Marcus Mackey
I Drove U Crazy, María Isabel 
For It, Chase Greene 
Restart, Kevian Kraemer 
Therapy, Junebug 
I Tried, JB Elwood 
Phantom Limb, FIIZ 
ILUVU, Alli Cazaam 
Feelings, Lizzy and the Palm 
25, Izzy Heltai 
Choices, Tennessee Holy Water 


Michael McGrath (Tony Award-winning actor starred in “Spamalot”)

This Week In … 1965

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Help!,” The Beatles

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Catch Us If You Can,” The Dave Clark Five (from No. 25 to No. 13)

Top Debut (No. 72) – “Kansas City Star,” Roger Miller

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Treat Her Right,” Roy Head (from No. 83 to No. 56)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Only Those in Love,” Baby Washington

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