Updates / Additions

New Releases

“ONE MORE TIME …,” blink-182 – Oct. 20

“Famous Last Words,” CASISDEAD – Oct. 27

“The Twits,” bar italia – Nov. 3

“Circular Turns,” Danny O’Keefe – Nov. 10

“Magic Music For Family Folk,” Luther Dickinson – Nov. 17

“Laugh Track,” The National – Nov. 17

“Just Before the World Starts Burning,” The Sleeping Souls – Nov. 24


“Sinatra Platinum,” Frank Sinatra – Oct. 27

“Greatest Christmas Hits,” Chicago – Nov. 3

“Catch a Fire (50th Anniversary Edition),” Bob Marley and the Wailers – Nov. 3

“The Best of Kenny Thomas,” Kenny Thomas – Nov. 3

“Jimi Hendrix Experience: Hollywood Bowl | August 18, 1967,” Jimi Hendrix Experience – Nov. 10

“Up (25th Anniversary Edition),” R.E.M. – Nov. 10

Artist Merch Shop

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Problématique,” Kim Petras (10-song surprise album; guest: Paris Hilton; Hera here; Amigo Records / Republic)

“Bound for Glory,” HYRO THE HERO (Houston-born and France-based artist’s second album; Better Noise Music)

“Messages to God,” Sarah Mary Chadwick (Melbourne-based singer-songwriter’s eighth album; producer: Tony Epsie; Kill Rock Stars)

“Turned to Gold,” Sarah Jane Scouten (her fourth album; Light Organ)

“Super Over,” Leah Kate (alt-pop singer-songwriter’s debut album; Leah Kate)

“Can’t Eat Clout,” La Doña (four-song EP; Text Me Records)

“Sex and Feuds,” The Dandys (five-song EP; The Dandys)

“Aloe,” Illiterate Light (five-song EP; Red Book Records / Thirty Tigers)

“Shining,” Shining (Napalm)

“FIRST FISH,” Rintaro Mikami (RIntaro Mikami)

“For You,” Sharon Katz & The Peace Train (Tando Rhythm Records)

God grant me the serenity / To just remember who I am

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Eye Never Knew, Butcher Brown feat. Pink Siifu & Keyon Harold 
Worst Mom, Sarah Klang 
Throw Away the Man, Emily Monsen 
Closer, Talk Show 
Safeword, The Beside Morale 
Wit’s End, Two Times Shy 
Sunflowers, Hannah Stow 
When I Grow Up, Track45 
When It All Ends, Eric Hunker 
Sinners & Saints, Like a Storm 
Tango Terror, TK Anderson
Barefoot Blues, Tex Crick
Up, Elohin feat. Xay Hill


Roger Whittaker (British singer, best known for “The Last Farewell”)

Irish Grinstead (member of R&B group 702)

This Week In … 2006

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “SexyBack,” Justin Timberlake

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Chain Hang Low,” Jibbs (from No. 24 to No. 12)

Top Debut (No. 58) – “Vans,” The Pack

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “The Kill (Bury Me),” 30 Seconds to Mars (from No. 88 to No. 71)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Steady, As She Goes,” The Raconteurs

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.