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Jenny Lewis is atop the Most Added list with “Cherry Baby” scoring 20 adds, followed by “Pocket Full Of Rain” by The Paper Kites, putting 17 stations on the board. Next is a 13-add tie between Beabadoobee and Stephen Marley, with Sid Sriram’s “Do The Dance” picking up 12 stations.


Some music to check out for next week includes Glen Hansard with “There’s No Mountain,” Grouplove with “Cheese” and Underscores doing “Wallsocket.” As always, you can find the complete Going For Adds listings at the bottom of this page.


World Café Travels To Lisbon





“Lisbon is a diverse, colorful, soulful city with an impressively deep ocean of music to explore,” said Douris. “Each of the artists we profiled in Lisbon come from different backgrounds, but each bring a passion to their work that has fueled their artistic journeys – and reminds you that music is one of the most integral ways we have to share the human experience, no matter where we are from or where we are going.”


More info on World Cafe can be found here.

Around The Horn

The SoCal Sound is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by playing some of their favorite Spanish-speaking bands, spanning across multiple eras. They also recently published 14 videos from their time at the Latin Alternative Music Conference. Sessions include Sofia Campos, Conexion Divina, Kathy Palma, Mariangela and many more and you can find them here... WFUV/New York has set December 6 for its Holiday Cheer For FUV event. More details will come soon and you can watch for them here KXT/Dallas has announced this year’s Get Loud with KXT concert lineup As part of their annual Local Music Month celebration, they’re dialing up the North Texas music scene for an even bigger and louder show on Friday, October 20 at Klyde Warren Park. There will be performances from North Texas musicians Lou Charles, Remy Reilly and Jack Barksdale under the Dallas skyline. The show is free and open to the public… Four Alligator Records artists have received a total of seven awards at the 16th annual Blues Blast Music Awards. The Cash Box Kings won Blues Band Of The Year Award, Shemekia Copeland won the awards for Female Blues Artist and Vocalist Of The Year, Charlie Musselwhite's Son won the Acoustic Blues Album Award. He also won for Harmonica Player Of The Year, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram was named Electric Guitarist Of The Year and Kenny "Beedy Eyes" Smith, drummer for The Cash Box Kings, won for Percussionist Of The Year. Voting was free and open to the public. Winners were announced at a ceremony held on September 23, 2023 at the 3300 Event Center in Peoria, Illinois. According to Blues Blast, more than 6,600  readers and blues fans voted in the 2023 Blues Blast Music Awards.

Lisbon’s diverse musical sounds will be heard in World Cafe’s “Sense of Place: Lisbon” series from Thursday, September 28 through Wednesday, Oct. 4, on the series produced by WXPN/Philadelphia. To bring the modern music of Lisbon to American listeners, World Cafe Host Raina Douris and Senior Producer Kimberly Junod visited some of the city’s prominent studios to record interviews and exclusive music sessions with some of its most renowned artists.


Going for Adds

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Allah-Las "Dust" (Innovative Leisure/Calico)

Dan Kibler "Mystery Girl" (Kool Kat)

DJ Shadow "You Played Me" (Mass Appeal/Liquid Amber)

Drunken Hearts "Forever Highway" (Kaleidoscopic)

East Forest "Bird's Eye" (Bright Antenna)

Eliza Lamb "Glitter" (Royal Mountain)

Ella Thompson "Never Fight The Way You Feel" (Hopestreet)

Frander "Suarta Sparuens Song" (Nordic Notes)

Glen Hansard "There's No Mountain" (Anti-)

Grouplove "Cheese" (Glassnote)

Joelias "I Need A Lover" (Independent)

Laurie Geltman "Radio" (RBP)

Moby feat. J.P. Bewmeni "I Should Sleep" (Always Centered At Night)

Norman Collins Something To Say (Independent)

Olivia Barton "I Love You Just For Trying" (Independent)

Peter Case "Wandering Days" (Sunset Blvd.)

The Elovaters "Endless Summer" (Independent)

The Revivalists "Good Old Days" (Concord)

The Vaccines "Heartbreak Kid" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Underscores "Wallsocket" (Mom + Pop)

Ute Lemper "In My Flame" (Jazzhaus/The Orchard)


Dua Saleh "Daylight Falls" (Ghostly International)

Lila Blue "Stranger" (Independent)

Odie Leigh "Crop Circles" (Mom + Pop)

Robert Rex Waller Jr. See The Big Man Cry (Independent)

Sun June "Mixed Bag" (Run For Cover)

The Boy From The South "Man Down" (Independent)

The Tano Jones Revelry "What About Me" (Independent)


Marcus Rezak "Funk It Right" (Deko/ADA/Warner)

Ringo Starr "Rewind Forward" (Rocabella)

Carla Olson
Have Harmony Will Travel 3 (Independent)


Bradley Copper Kettle And Friends Supertaster (Independent)

Bruce Hornsby "Living In The Sunshine" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Casey Neil And The Norway Rats Sending Up Flares (Fluff and Gravy)

Christone "Kingfish" Ingram "Midnight Heat" (Alligator)

Diane & The Gentile Men "Lace Up Your Sneakers" (Velvet Elk)

Eric Hilton Feat. Natalia Clavier Corazon Kintsugi (Monserrat House)

Heavy MakeUp "Gone Too Long" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Hector Tellez Jr. "The Great Unknown" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Ilsey "No California" (Crush/Elektra)

Jenny Lewis "Cherry Baby" (Blue Note/Capitol)

Joanne Shaw Taylor "Sweet 'Lil Lies" (Independent)

Liv Warfield The Edge (Leopard)

Luminatrix Antihero (Independent)

Mitch Rowland "Here Comes The Comeback" (Erskine/Giant)

Modern English "Long In The Tooth" (Independent)

Nihiloxica Source Of Denial (Crammed)

Rain Parade "Angel Sister" (Label 51)

Romy "Weightless" (Young)

Rosanne Cash "The Wheel" (Rumblestrip/Thirty Tigers)

Shred Kelly "Another Place" (Independent)

Southall "All I Have" (Smoklahoma/Firebird)

The Pretenders "A Love" (Rhino)

Third Mind "Groovin' Is Easy" (Yep Roc)

Vagabon "Lexicon" (Nonesuch)

Barenaked Ladies "One Night" (Megaforce)

Beirut "So Many Plans" (Independent)

Ben Goldsmith "Blown Away" (Sony Nashville)

Blur "Barbaric" (Warner)

Chris Bullinger "How To Bleed" (Independent)

Eli Paperboy Reed Hits and Misses (Yep Roc)

Everclear "Sing Away" (Sunset Blvd)

Frank & Damien "California" feat. Donavon Frankenreiter (Soulbeats)

Jim Lauderdale and the Po Ramblin' Boys "The Long And Lonesome Letting Go" (featuring Del McCoury) (Yep Roc)

JK Mabry "Half Past Late" (Independent)

Keegan McInroe Agnes (Independent)

Mac Saturn "Mint Julep" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Masorti "Lost At Sea" (Independent)

Matt Bunsen "Long Ride Home" (Earth Monkey)

Midnight North "The Colors Here" (Americana Vibes)

Needtobreathe "How Wonderful We Are" (Virgin)

Slothrust "Pony" (Dangerbird)

Slowdive "Alife" (Dead Oceans)

Smoove & Turrell "Echoes" (Jalapeno)

Sprints "Up and Comer" (City Slang)

Stephen Marley ft. Jack Johnson, Bob Weir "Winding Roads" (Ume/Tuff Gong)

Taking Back Sunday "S'old" (Fantasy/Concord)

The Sextones Love Can't Be Borrowed (Record Kicks)

The Steel Woods "The Man From Everywhere" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Van Morrison "Shakin All Over" (Virgin)

Yussef Dayes "Pon di Plaza (feat. Chronixx)" (Nonesuch)

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