New Music Adds – Week of February 24th

X Ambassadors - "Great Unknown" From the Motion Picture ‘The Call of the Wild’ - Out Now Glass Animals - "Your Love (Deja Vu)" Single Out Now The Strokes - "Bad Decisions" Off the Forthcoming 'The New Abnormal' Album - Expected Street Date: April 10th Pearl Jam - "Superblood Woldmoon" Off the Forthcoming 'Gigaton' Album - Expected Street Date: March 27th Alanis Morissette - "Smiling" From the Forthcoming 'Such Pretty Forks in the Road' - Expected Street Date: May 1st Mt. Joy - "Strangers" From the Forthcoming 'Rearrange Us' - Expected Street Date: June 5th Purity Ring - "stardew" Off the Forthcoming 'WOMB' Album - Expected Release Date: April 3rd Badflower - "Move Me" Single Out Now All Time Low - "Sleeping In" Off the Forthcoming 'Wake Up' Album -

New Music Adds – Week of February 10th, 2020

The Strokes - "At The Door" Off the forthcoming "The New Abnormal" - Expected Street Date: April 10th Phantogram - "Pedestal" Off the forthcoming "Ceremony" - Expected Street Date: March 6th Morrissey - "Love Is On Its Way Out" Off the forthcoming "I Am Not a Dog on a Chain" - Expected Street Date: March 20th Hinds - "Good Bad Times" Off the forthcoming "The Prettiest Curse" - Expected Street Date: April 3rd Jack Garratt - "Time" Off the forthcoming "Love, Death & Dancing" - Expected Street Date: May 29th Local H - "Turn The Bow" Off the forthcoming "Lifers (DJ Mix)" - Expected Street Date: April 10th The Used - "Paradise Lost" (A Poem By John Milton) Off

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w.Todd Michaels – Week of August 5th

Björk has released a new video for “losss” from her excellent 2017 album Utopia.  It was originally created for Björk’s new stage show Cornucopia, which the Icelandic star is taking on the road. Björk called her Cornucopia show—which features costumes, immersive sound, video projections, and a 50-person Icelandic choir—a “sci-fi pop concert” and “digital theater” The production debuted in New York in May and is headed to Mexico and Europe later this year. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Aug. 9. Manchester Orchestra will be headed on tour this fall to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their album Mean Everything To Nothing. The band announced they’ll be touring all across the U.S. with a few special shows along the way. Along