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TRIPLE A NEWS

What’s New?

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit have nothing to “Be Afraid” of, as the powerful first single vaults Reunions to the top of the Most Added list, with 27 stations jumping on. EOB celebrates the reveal of Earth with 17 new adds – driven by the new single “Shangri-La” – landing the Number Two position. Next is Pokey LaFarge, with 14 adds posting on Rock Bottom Rhapsody. Finally, the list is completed by a 10-add tie between Sonny Landreth and Tame Impala.

           

For the next music meeting, of course you’ll want to check out “Champion Of The World” from Coldplay, and you’ll also want to hear “Here They Come” by Hamilton Leithauser, the new one from The Strokes, “Bad Decision,” and The Wood Brothers’ “Little Bit Sweet.” Of course, you’ll always be able to find the complete Going For Adds listings below.

KRML Frequency Switch

Family-owned, KRML/Carmel recently made a move to increase its coverage and fidelity by sliding down the FM dial. Beginning Feb. 1. KRML moved 102.1 to 94.7, in an effort to be on a more “listener-friendly” frequency.

 

“The fervence and support of KRML listeners since it’s flip has been overwhelming,” said GM Jeff White. “We’ve been working hard with authorities and experts for years to better serve this community and this move will be a tremendous improvement to do so.  In an era where a station as local and unique as KRML is an anomaly, we are more than excited for this next step in its evolution. We will to continue to uphold our mission of serving this amazing community with an eclectic mix of music and an unwavering commitment to all things local with an even better signal on the FM dial!”

 

In October 2012, the station, made famous in Clint Eastwood’s directorial debut Play Misty for Me dropped Jazz in favor of the Triple A format. Listeners heard live local voices, local musicians, important local events and issues, limited commercial breaks and innovative programs such as Pub Talk at Peter B’s Brewpub and the celebrated Live in the Vines concert series at Folktale Winery.

 

Triple A: Around The Horn

Panel Notes: Colorado’s Indie 102.3 will be freezing for the next few weeks until the fund drive is over; KHUM/Humboldt returns to the panel this week. The new PD is Midge Martin (midge@khum.com); KFMG/Des Moines’ date to join the panel has been pushed to late March… KCMP/Minneapolis will hold its annual Rock The Cradle on Sunday, March 8, at 11 a.m. The no-ticket-required event for kids and their grownups offers the chance to explore music, art and culture, with favorites such as the Kid’s Disco Party with Twinkle the Mascot, Pop Up Story Time and more. The current DJs will be on hand, with live music from The Jolly Pops, Katy Vernon, and more… WNCW/Charlotte is gearing up for its Spring Fundraiser 2020, to be held Sunday, March 29 through Saturday, April 4. A local artist, Jay Lichty, who is known as one of the best luthiers in the country, will donate his guitar to WNCW in celebration of its 30th Anniversary. All donors are entered for a chance to win this fine-crafted instrument. Drawing occurs Saturday, April 4… 88.5FM/Los Angeles will broadcast a full day of music from the SXSW Radio Stage 2020, on Thursday, March 19, at the Austin Convention Center Ballroom D. Show starts at 10 a.m. Pacific (12 p.m. Austin time), with Pokey LaFarge, Seratones, Overcoats, Elephant Stone, Michigander and Girl Friday… The Boulder Triple A SummitFest’s JBE era kicks off on Tuesday, August 4 at 4 p.m. with The Keynote Interview featuring legendary singer/songwriter Jackson Browne talking with Noteworthy’s Norm Winer. The event takes place in Boulder CO, August 4-7, 2020, with All Access as the Exclusive Media Sponsor, and Early Bird Registration is available now for only $289 and you can book a 2-room suite at the Embassy Suites Boulder for only $224/night. Go to the SummitFest link at jackbartonentertainment.com to get your room and your $289 registration before the rate expires at 11:59 p.m. on March 15! And keep watching the JBE website and All Access for the latest updates on the JBE Triple A SummitFest.

Going for Adds

02.24-25

Ala.Ni ACCA (Independent)

Alex Lahey "Sucker For Punishment" (Dead Oceans)

Aztec Twp-Step Apocalypse (Now!) (Independent)

Bandits On The Run "Love In The Underground" (Independent)

Braids "Young Buck" (Secret City)

Brett James "I Am Now" (Independent)

Bruce Sudano "The Mountain" (Independent)

Ceu "Corpocontinente" (Six Degrees)

Coldplay "Champion Of The World" (Parlophone/Atlantic)

Danielia Cotton "Forgive Me" (Cottontown)

Doctor Fluorescent Doctor Fluorescent (Crammed)

Eric Johnson "Water Wheel" (Independent)

Flevans Realisation (Jalapeno)

Futurebirds "Trippin'" (RLM)

Glenn Jones "Ready For The Good Times" (Independent)

Hamerkop Remote (Drag City)

Hamilton Leithauser "Here They Come" (Glassnote)

Logan Ledger "(I'm Gonna Get Over This) Some Day" (Rounder/Concord)

Magnolia Boulevard "Sister" (RLM)

Mapache "Life On Fire" (Yep Roc)

Matt Simons "Cold" (AWAL/Kobalt)

Michigan Rattlers "Desert Heat" (Independent)

Mo Trooper Natural Beauty (Tender Loving Empire)

Psychedelic Furs "Don't Believe" (Cooking Vinyl)

Sam Fischer "This City" (RCA)

Sass Jordan "Am I Wrong" (Stony Plain)

Strokes "Bad Decisions" (RCA)

Thievery Corporation "Sweet Tides" (ESL)

Trixie Mattel "Gold" (Independent)

Wajatta Don't Let Get You Down (Brainfeeder)

Wood Brothers "Little Bit Sweet" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

03.02-03

Black Pumas "Fire" (ATO)

Claudettes "Bad Babe, Losin' Touch" (Forty Below)

Clem Snide "Don't Bring No Ladder" (Ramseur/Thirty Tigers)

Elephant Stone Hollow (Independent)

Griffin House "Tell Me What You're Made Of" (Evening)

Jack Garratt "Time" (Island/Republic)

Kate Mills Each Bitter Sweet Drop (Independent)

Mark Erelli "Blindsided" (Soundly)

Ontologics Heading To The Outer Realm (Independent)

Orion Sun "Coffee For Dinner" (Mom + Pop)

Parsonsfield "Paper Floor" (Signature Sounds)

Radnor & Lee "Outside In" (Independent)

Rose Cousins "The Benefits Of Being Alone" (Outside)

Sierra Hull 25 Trips (Rounder/Concord)

Teddy Thompson "Heartbreaker Please" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Waxahatchee "Lilacs" 9 (Merge)

03.09-10

Ane Brun "Don't Run And Hide" (Balloon Ranger)

Big Gigantic "Burning Love" (Counter)

Gordi "Sandwiches" (Secretly Canadian)

Guided By Voices Surrender Your Poppyfield (Independent)

Hot Snakes "I Shall Be Free" (Sub Pop)

Izo Fitzroy How The Mighty Fall (Jalapeno)

Jacks "Threw It All Away" (Ume)

Kim Richey "Strength In You" (Yep Roc)

Margaret Glaspy "Stay With Me" (ATO)

Purity Ring "Stardew" (4AD)

Thad Cockrell "Swingin'" (ATO)

Zenobia Halak Halak (Crammed)

03.16-17

Allen Stone "Consider Me" (ATO)

Jonah Mutono "The Low" (True Panther)

Man Man "Cloud Nein" (Sub Pop)

No Ones "No One Falls Alone" (Yep Roc)

Sudan Archives "Limitless" (Stones Throw)

03.23-24

Khruangbin "Time (You and I)" (Dead Oceans)
Phoebe Bridgers "Kyoto" (Dead Oceans)

OUT NOW

Billy Ray Cyrus "I Am... I Said" (Broken Bow)

Brett Newski "What'd Ya Got To Lose" (Independent)

Charlie Marie Countryside (Independent)

Christine And The Queens "People, I've Been Sad" (Because/Capitol)

Cliff Beach "Sock It To Me" (Independent)

Dirty Knobs "Wreckless Abandon" (BMG)

Drama "Years" (Ghostly International)

EOB "Shangri-La" (Capitol)

Frazey Ford "Holdin It Down" (Arts & Crafts)

Heart Bones "This Time It's Different" (Independent)

Jack Broadbent "If" (Independent)

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit "Be Afraid" (Southeastern/Thirty Tigers)

Joe George "How Will We Do" (Independent)

Lapsley "Womxn" (XL) 

Leif Vollebekk "Apalachee Plain" (Secret City)

Lilly Hiatt "Brightest Star" (New West)

Lisa Loeb A Simple Trick To Happiness (Independent)

Mandy Moore "Save A Little For Yourself" (Verve Forecast)

Mastersons "Eyes Wide Open" (Compass)

Mick Flannery "Wasteland" (Independent)

Moaning "Ego" (Sub Pop)

Pokey LaFarge "End Of My Rope" (New West)

Porridge Radio "Sweet" (Secretly Canadian)

Ray Paul "The Sun Sets Over London Town" (Kool Kat)

Sierra Hull "Poison" (Rounder/Concord)

Wilsen "Feeling Fancy" (Secret City)

Alice Wallace "Long, Long Time" (Independent)

Asgier "Lazy Giants" (One Little Indian)

Beach Bunny "Dream Boy" (Mom + Pop)

Brian Fallon "21 Days" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)
Dales "Homesick Summertime Anthem" (Independent)

Dr. Rubberfunk My Life At 45 (Jalapeno)

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors "Dragons" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Ellis "Fall Apart" (Fat Possum)

Eric Hutchinson "Cooler Than You" (Independent)

Finneas "Let's Fall In Love For The Night" (AWAL/Kobalt)

Forevers Rockets Fly: Interstellar Dweller (Independent)

Grace Potter "Back To Me" (Fantasy/Concord)

Hannah Williams & The Affirmations "Hourglass" (Independent)

Head And The Heart "Honeybee" (Reprise)

Honey Harper "Something Relative" (ATO)

John Dennis Mortal Flames (Independent)

John Moreland "When My Fever Breaks" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Jordan Mackampa "Magic" (AWAL/Kobalt)

Monday Night Social "Shutting Down Tennessee" (Independent)

Nahko & Medicine For The People "Lifeguard" (SideOneDummy/AWAL)

Perpetual Groove Perpetual Groove (Harmonized)

Pi Jacobs Two Truths And A Lie (Independent)

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Presto (Independent)

PK And The In-Betweens A Lifetime Of Almost (Independent)

Whitewater Ramble Pseudonymous (Independent)

Robbie Robertson "Once Were Brothers" (Ume)

Sadler Vaden "Golden Child" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Sea Wolf "Forever Nevermore" (Dangerbird)

Soul Asylum "If I Told You" (Blue Elan)

Torii Wolf Six Underground (Independent)

Ultraista "Tin King" (Partisan)

ZZ Ward "Break Her Heart" (Hollywood)