Weekend Mixtape | 217 Songs That Prove Too Much Is Never Enough (Side 10)

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Damn, what a day. Not that I’m griping. Any Friday that brings new albums from Death Cab For Cutie, Black Angels, Gogol Bordello, Rhett Miller, The Murlocs, Clutch, Suede, The Mars Volta and more ā€” not to mention box sets and reissues from Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Pink Floyd, Joe Strummer and CCR ā€” is a good day in my books. And if that isn’t enough new music for you, here are another 217 singles, videos, cover tunes, remixes, refurbished classics and live recordings to top you off. As always, the list features dozens of entries you won’t see or hear anywhere else. Your Tinnitist-approved cuts are flagged with a šŸ„ƒ ā€” because I’m going to need something stronger than a beer after this. Cheers!

 


FOLK, COUNTRY, BLUES + ROOTS

šŸ„ƒ 190 | Avi Kaplan | Iā€™m Only Getting Started (Live at Sunset Sound)


191 | Dylan Schneider | Ain’t Missin’ You


192 | JS Williams | Alone and Forsaken (ft. Katie Moore)


193 | Lemoncello | Always Neighbors


194 | Trampled By Turtles | It’s So Hard to Hold On


195 | Little Big Town | Three Whiskeys And The Truth


šŸ„ƒ 196 | Best Move | Real


šŸ„ƒĀ 197 | Bazelle | Karen


šŸ„ƒ 198 | Noah Kahan | Northern Attitude


199 | Alicia Blue | Young


šŸ„ƒ 200 | John Fullbright | Social Skills


201 | Jessie Kilguss | What Do Whales Dream About at Night?


šŸ„ƒ 202 | Aaron McDonald | A Little Rain On Me


203 | Ollee Owens | Through the Darkest Night


šŸ„ƒ 204 | Tommy Alexander | Backslide


205 | Lily Monaghan | Sleeping Alone


206 | Charlie Houston | What Do We Do Now?


JAZZ

207 | Julian Lage | Temple Steps


šŸ„ƒ 208 | Minimal Orchestra | Beat 2


CLASSICAL, SPOKEN-WORD + EXPERIMENTAL

šŸ„ƒ 209 | Ka | Ascension


210 | Hauser | Waka Waka


211 | Molly Joyce | Weakness


212 | Mother Anxiety | Late-Stage Machine


213 | Adrian Corker | Various Metrics (NLA) II


214 | Autumn Fair | A Night On The Tiles


215 | Derek Bailey, Charlie Morrow, & Friends | Sextet


216 | City of Dawn & Ross Christopher | In the Time of Calamity


217 | Andrea Bacci | Breath