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What's New?

The new Bruce Springsteen album, Only The Strong Survive, tops the list this week with 14 adds. Close behind with 13 stations on board is Strays by Margo Price, followed by 10 commitments to I Don’t Live Here Anymore by The War On Drugs. Finally, a nine add tie between Beabadoobee and Mitski finishes things off.

 

Invite one of the Boulder standouts, Daisy The Great, into the music meeting with “Liar,” while you also listen to Joe P.’s “Off My Mind” and “Don’t Go Back” from Marlon WilliamsAs always, you can find the complete Going For Adds listings at the bottom of this page.  

 

Radio Milwaukee Rebrands, Celebrates 15-Years

 

 

of an organization that has 15 years of industry changing experience behind it.”

 

The new Radio Milwaukee branding retains the organization’s signature orange color and adds complementary cream, charcoal and blue colors to the palette. The logo system is robust and flexible, offering a variety of options for expression to work alongside Radio Milwaukee’s music, content and community outreach offerings.

 

“In reimagining the Radio Milwaukee brand, we wanted to achieve something that was as adaptable as the organization,” Director of Marketing & Communications Sarah Lahr said. “Throughout our 15-year history, we’ve shaped our programming and content around the needs of our audience, and we needed our new logo system to allow for that flexibility.”

 

The typeface in the logo is a custom, hand-rendered font called “Sidewalk Block,” designed by Milwaukee-based firm Ocupop, and is meant to visually resemble hand-painted Milwaukee ghost signs. The type is paired, in most expressions, with the “Radio Milwaukee Crescendo.” Part soundwave and part heartbeat, the crescendo represents the organization’s forward momentum as an entity that is for and by all of Milwaukee.

 

The station also revealed new branding and social media accounts for its original 88Nine broadcast channel. Branding will not change for the broadcast/online/HD2 channel HYFIN, which launched earlier this year, and for the online/HD3 channel 414Music.FM, which launched in 2017 during the station’s 10th anniversary. Radio Milwaukee unveiled the new branding ahead of its 15th birthday celebration, which took place Saturday, October 1 at its studios. The free, public celebration featured performances from dark-pop duo You Win !!!, hip-hop artist Kia Rap Princess and reggaeton brothers Gego y Nony. In addition to live performances, 88Nine and HYFIN DJs performed on the building’s green rooftop with sets from specialty programs Rhythm Lab Radio, Sound Travels and In the Mix. To add to the festivities, Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson read a proclamation naming the day as Radio Milwaukee Day in honor of station’s 15 anniversary.

JBE 2022/23 Reporting Schedule

The last week for Triple A airplay reports at JBE for 2022 will be the reporting week ending Tuesday, December 6, with the Year-End Charts coming out on December 13. The reporting site will reopen on Friday, January 6, 2023 for the reporting week ending Tuesday, January 10. PLEASE NOTE: JBE does not track Holiday Music.

Around The Horn

Steve Yasko has been named PD of WFIT/Melbourne, FL, replacing the retiring Todd Kennedy, who had been at the station for the last 25-years. Yasko was previously GM of WTMD/Baltimore, launching the Triple A format there. Recently Yasko was Director of Content and Audience Development at WMFE/Orlando and his background includes work with Pacifica Radio Foundation and NPR. You can reach him at syasko@fit.edu... WYEP/Pittsburgh has been named Best Radio Station in the Pittsburgh City Paper’s readers poll… Former Downtown Records SVP/Promotion Mark Czarra has joined Secretly Group as Managing Director/Radio, replacing Bri Aab who departed the label yesterday. You can reach him at mark.czarra@secretlygroup.com... The Americana Music Association had two big announcements in the last week. The first was that the 23rd annual AmericanaFest will return to Nashville, TN from September 19-23, 2023. That was followed by the announcement that Taj Mahal will serve as the 2023 NYU Americana Artist-In-Residence, leading a series of workshops, lectures and classroom visits in partnership with the Americana Music Association Foundation… Bruce Springsteen's new studio album, a collection of 15 Soul music greats titled Only The Strong Survive, will be released by Columbia Records on November 11. Featuring lead vocals by Springsteen, Only The Strong Survive celebrates Soul music gems from the legendary catalogues of Motown, Gamble and Huff, Stax and many more. This 21st studio album from Bruce Springsteen will also feature guest vocals by Sam Moore, as well as contributions from The E Street Horns, full string arrangements by Rob Mathes, and backing vocals by Soozie Tyrell, Lisa Lowell, Michelle Moore, Curtis King Jr., Dennis Collins and Fonzi Thornton Loretta Lynn, who’s life and career were immortalized in the film Coal Miner’s Daughter, died at her home in Hurricane Mills, TN Tuesday (10/4) at the age of 90 . Her family said in a statement that she died in her sleep… Paragon’s Mike Henry has arranged 50th anniversary celebrations for his college station, WUOG/Athens set for October 21. Among the festivities is a performance by Pylon Reenactment Society with original Pylon lead singer Vanessa Hay in a free, private concert for WUOG alumni at Sister Louisa’s Church in Athens and a panel discussion entitled Talk about the Passion – WUOG at 50: Looking Back and Looking Ahead. More info on the celebration can be found here.

Radio Milwaukee revealed new branding for all the outlets in the organization, as it celebrated its fifteenth birthday on Saturday, October 1.

 

“The extension of our Radio Milwaukee brand as the umbrella for our three channels represents the next evolution of this media organization,” Executive Director Maxie Jackson said. “By elevating the Radio Milwaukee brand to encompass our three channels – 88Nine, HYFIN and 414Music.FM – we set each up to grow audience and impact, all with the support

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Going for Adds

10.10-11

502s "Just Another Song" (Independent)

Apacalda Apacalda (Independent)

Bartees Strange "Mulholland Drive" (4AD)

Bonny Light Horseman Rolling Golden Holy (Independent)

Caitlin Rose "Nobody's Sweetheart" (Independent)

Chris Chandler & Paul Benoit Don't Go Back To Sleep (Independent)

Daisy The Great "Liar" (S-Curve)

Dauzat St. Marie Overthinking (Independent)

Flevans In Shadows (Jalapeno)

Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners "Lately, Always" (Wicked Cool)

Joe P. "Off My Mind" (Atlantic)

Marlon Williams "Don't Go Back" (Dead Oceans)

Name Droppers Name Droppers II (Independent)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse "Love Earth" (Reprise)

Paula Cole "Mother, Son And Holy Ghost" (Independent)

Sarah Kane "Walk Away" (Independent)

Tommy Alexander Feelings (Fluff & Gravy)

Windser "Friends I Barely Know" (Independent)

10.17-18

Anthony D'Amato "Long Haul" (Independent)

Count Pariah Hymns For Heathens (Independent)

Dan Magnan "All Roads" (Arts & Crafts)

Empire Of Light I Don't Care Anymore (Independent)

Journos In The Key Of WTF (Independent)

Lisa Bodnar & Whistlegrass "Best That I Can" (Independent)

Local Natives "Just Before The Morning" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Mightmare "Cruel Liars" (Kill Rock Stars)

Siren "High Wire" (Independent)

Sloan "Nice Work If You Can Get It" (Yep Roc)

Somesh Mathur Mother MAA (Independent)

Tobin Mueller "Birdland-Long Distance Runaround" (Independent)

10.24-25

Glen Phillips "There Is So Much Here" (Compass)

10.31-11.01

Richard X. Heyman "You Can Tell Me" (Turn-Up)

Sam Bush "California Earthquake" (Smithsonian Folkways)

OUT NOW

Acid Arab "Halim Guelii" (Crammed)

Alela Diane "Paloma" (Soundly)

Babe Rainbow "Inner Space" (Independent)

Blond In Car "Everything You Never Had" (Albatross)

Blondshell "Kiss City" (Independent)

Bomba Estereo & Manu Chao "Me Duele" (Sony Latin)

Circus Mind "Vote" (Independent)

Daniele Luppi & Greg Gonzalez "Silent Dream" (Verve)

Evolfo "The Changer" (Royal Potato Family)

Galvezton Persevere (Independent)

Ideal "The Crown" (Independent)

JD Simo "Mortgage On My Soul" (Independent)

Jonathan Tyler "Movin' On" (Independent)

Jordana "SYT" (Grand Jury)

Lauren Ruth Ward "Messiah" (Independent)

Margo Price "Change Of Heart" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Neybas Sunshine Hotel (Independent)

Nnamdi "Dedication" (Secretly Canadian)

Ron Gallo "Entitled Man" (Kill Rock Stars)

Sara Niemietz "I Want You" (Independent)

Seth Avett "Good Morning Coffee" (Ramseur/Thirty Tigers)

Sweet Meg My Window Faces South (Independent)

Thumpasaurus "Struttin'" (Independent)

Turkuaz Apollyon And Paradiso (Independent)

White Lung "Date Night" (Domino)

Wild Pink "See You Better Now" (Royal Mountain)

Allergies "Hypnotise" (Independent)

Angel Olsen "Big Time" (Jagjaguwar)

Barns Courtney "Supernatural" (Elektra)

Bass Drum Of Death "Say Your Prayer" (Fat Possum)

Batida "Ah" (Crammed)

Beabadoobee "The Perfect Pair" (Dirty Hit)

Beth Orton "Fractals" (Partisan)

Billy Nomates "Balance Is Gone" (Independent)

Cactus Blossoms "If Not For You" (Independent)

Damn Tall Buildings "Sleeping Dogs" (Independent)

Kate Dulcich Wrong Me (Independent)

Maya Killtron "Night Moves" (Independent)

MIckey Leigh's Mutated Music "Little Cristine" (Wicked Cool)

Mitski "Should've Been Me" (Dead Oceans)

Muna "What I Want" (Saddest Factory/Dead Oceans)

Pat Petrillo Big Rhythm Band The Power Station Sessions (Independent)

Ringo Starr "Everyone And Everything" (Ume)

Sampa The Great "Let Me Be Great" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Smashing Pumpkins "Beguiled" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)