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TRIPLE A NEWS

What's New? 

The Most Added list leads the week with “Oh No!” by The Decemberists, tallying 13 stations on the song. Next is Soccer Mommy, posting nine adds on “Lost,” with a seven add tie between Ray LaMontagne and The Wild Feathers filling the next slot. Finally, Cigarettes After Sex and Pixies each score five adds to finish things off.

 

Some hot tracks for the first meeting of Summer include “So Bad” by Cassandra Lewis and “Cave” from Wild Rivers. There’s also a new album by Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore called TexCali. As always, you can find the complete Going For Adds here.

 

WXRT’s Longest Day Of The Year

Around The Horn

To celebrate their new signal on 102.5FM in Hampton Roads, VA, WNRN/Richmond-Charlottesville is presenting Dead Air IV at The NorVa in Norfolk on Saturday, January 25, 2025. The night features more than 20 bands from across Virginia performing over 20 Grateful Dead tunes. More info can be found here. In addition, the station's Grateful Dead & Phriends 24-hour fundraising marathon last weekend, hosted by Marc Smith and Ed “Monde” Leclare, scored close to $35,000 in donations between 6 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Saturday... Interscope/Capitol Labels Group has anointed Dan Connelly with SVP stripes, upping him from his former VP position… Oliver Wood - co-founding member of Grammy Award-nominated band The Wood Brothers - has released his second solo album, Fat Cat Silhouette, on Honey Jar Records/Indirecto Records. The nine-song collection was produced by his Wood Brothers’ bandmate Jano Rix and features a long list of collaborations, including songs co-written with Seth Walker, Sean McConnell and Ric Robertson and guest performances by acclaimed singer/songwriter Katie Pruitt, Los LobosSteve Berlin and Marshall Tucker Band’s Marcus James Henderson. Fat Cat Silhouette’s release is accompanied by a video for the album’s second track "Whom I Adore," featuring extensive footage from the recording sessions.

WXRT/Chicago is celebrating the year's longest day this Thursday, June 20,  with the longest commercial-free set of music on record! Beginning with Marty Lennartz in the morning and continuing through Ryan Arnold’s evening shift, XRT will feature nothing but music from sunrise to sunset for the Longest Set for the Longest Day. Enjoy over 15 hours of Chicago's Finest Rock with Lennartz, Annalisa, Andy Chanley, and Arnold. When the sun goes up, the commercials go down, with XRT providing Chicago with the perfect soundtrack for the first official day of summer. You can check it out at 93XRT.com and on the Audacy app.

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Going for Adds

6.24-25

Caribou "Broke My Heart" (Merge)

Cassandra Lewis "So Bad" (Elektra/Low Country Sound)

Cursive "Up And Away" (Run For Cover)

Daniel Nunnelee "Do You?" (Virgin)

Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore TexiCali (Yep Roc)

Eric Hilton Out Of The Blue (Montserrat House)

Graven Always Everything (Independent)

L'Imperatrice "Any Way" (feat. Maggie Rogers) (Independent)

Maggie Antone "Johnny Moonshine" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Mustafa "Gaza Is Calling" (Jagjaguwar)

Nick Lowe "Went To A Party" (Yep Roc)

Pegg "Geronimo" (Independent)

Pixies "You're So Impatient" (BMG)

Sadie Campbell "Keeping Space" (Glory War)

Sadler Vaden "Two Balloons" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 "Dey" feat. Damian Marley (Record Kicks)

The Decemberists "Oh No!" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Wild Rivers "Cave" (Nettwerk)

7.01-02

As For The Future "You Need Me More Than You Know" (Independent)

Coldplay "Feelslikeimfallinginlove" (Atlantic)

Crack Cloud "The Medium" (Jagjaguwar)

Donovan Woods Things Were Never Good If They're Not Good Now (End Times)

Harlem Hayfield "Holding Onto Heaven" (feat. Jocelyn Arndt) (Bridge Road)

R.R. Williams "Tulsa" (Black Mesa)

Rufus Du Soul "Music Is Better" (Warner)

Sons Of The East "Oh My My" (Groove Merchants)

The Avett Brothers "Orion's Belt" (Ramseur/Thirty Tigers)

Toy Y Moi "Tuesday" (Dead Oceans)

7.08-09

Beach Bunny "Motel Vertigo" (In2une)

Dirt Whisperers "Jesus Is A Mighty Good Leader" (Independent)

Kylie Fox "Brandy Baby" (Independent)

Oh He Dead "Strange Love" (Independent)

Suki Waterhouse "Supersad" (Sub Pop)

7.15-16

2Lot "Arrow Of Time" ft. Michael Kang (Independent)

Ezra Collective "God Gave Me Feet For Dancing" (feat. Yazmin Lacey) (Partisan)

The Waeve "You Saw" (Transgressive)

7.22-23

7.29-30

Chuck Prophet "Wake The Dead" (Yep Roc)

Po' Ramblin' Boys "Wanderers Like Me" (Smithsonian Folklore)
 

OUT NOW

Baba Jenkins "Black Fire" (Independent)

Cecilia Castleman "Can't Escape A Broken Heart" (feat. Benjamin Francis Leftwich) (Glassnote)

Cigarettes After Sex "Baby Blue Movie" (Partisan)

Do-Goodrs "Infinities (Delia Derbyshire Society Remix)" (Old Age)

Evan Nicole Bell "Runaway Girl" (Independent)

Flevians Stand Tall (Jalapeno)

Flor "Kick It" (Enci)

Gordon Thomas Ward Walking On The Wire (Independent)

Halo Rider Ghost Of A Radio (Independent)

JIm Lauderdale "You Gotta Shine" (Sky Crunch)

Kacy Hill "You know I Love You Still" (Nettwerk)

Larry Douglas Music Speaks For Me (FBE/Swajola)

Nolen Sellwood Cadence To The Flame (New Folk)

Pegg "Geronimo" (Independent)

Robert Jon & The Wreck Down No More (Independent)

Sam Burchfield Me And My Religion (Soundly)

Sierra Green And The Giants "Can You Get To That" (Big Radio)

Soccer Mommy "Lost" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Sonny Gullage "Go Be Free" (Blind Pig)

Staples Jr. Singers Searching (Luaka Bop)

The Palms "Pretenders" (Independent)

The Wild Feathers "Sanctuary" (New West)

Alex Martin "Planning The Ragged Twilights" (Independent)

Atom Stone "Hate Love" (Melodic Revolution)

Charley Bliss "Calling You Out" (Lucky Number)

Donavon Frankenreiter "Gotta Believe" (Liquid Tambourine)

Eden Brent "Getaway Blues" (Yellow Dog)

Elias Ronnenfelt "Like Lovers Do" (Escho)

Fancy Gap "Strawberry Moon" featuring Sharon Van Etton (Ghost Choir)

Gift "Going In Circles" (Captured Tracks)

Hollow Coves "On The Way" (Nettwerk)

Humbird Right On (Nettwerk)

Jessica Carter Altman "Aftermath" (DPG)

Keegan McInroe Dusty Passports & Empty Beds (Independent)

Kings Of Leon "Nowhere To Run" (Capitol)

LadyCouch "Dreams Of A Working Man" (SSK)

Los Lonely Boys "Wish You Would" (BMG)

Man Man "Tastes Like Metal" (Sub Pop)

Matthew Patrick "Ether" (Independent)

Melissa Carper "Borned In Ya" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

MRCY "R.L.M." (Dead Oceans)

OK Cowgirl "Little Splinters" (Easy Does It)
Snow Patrol "The Beginning" (Republic)

Stephen Clair "Blue And Red Lines" (Rock City)

Universal Appeal "The Price Of Freedom" (Independent)

Vacations "Midwest" (Nettwerk)

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