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Charlatan Record Cartel’s Sunday Brothers Get Heavy, Man

Charlatan Record Cartel spotlight popsters The Sunday Brothers get heavy, man, on “Save Me,” the follow-up to their initial, smash “somber, ruminative ballad about that night in ‘Bankside,'” as we called it in our review back in late February. We’ve got an exclusive, in-depth review, and the world radio premiere tonight.

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Joy Spins Eternal This Saturday, April 22, for Vinyl Lovers Everywhere. Record Store Day 2017 Rolls into Your Town

Your mission this week, and not nearly an impossible one, is to compose your want lists and check them twice and, what’s more, map out your travel plans for Record Store Day 2017, happening this Saturday, April 22, in your town, and yours too.

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Overnight Sensations: The Hangabouts’ 12 (and a Half) Song Triumph

Breaking all the rules of the difficult sophomore album syndrome–how to successfully follow up that first, smash recorded salvo has been a recurring music biz pickle since, well, name your favorite year–John Lowry, Greg Addington, and Chip Saam have earned a couple of days’ worth of rest-easy-and-exhale time while the world greets their new album (12 songs and a mystically-appointed piece of connecting tissue strong) as the triumph it truly is.

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New on Pure Pop Radio 03-01-17: Vegas With Randolph, Terry Draper, The Del Zorros, The Squires of the Subterrain, and More

Today’s batch of reviews features a preview of a new song from Pure Pop Radio favorite Vegas With Randolph, new releases from a trio of prolific melodic popsters, and much more…

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Oh No! It’s Surf vs. the Flying Saucers! Don’t Worry: Jammin’ James Riley and our Specialty Show Hosts Will Protect You!

We’ve got big news for you later this week, about a brand-new lunchtime show premiering next week on Pure Pop Radio, so stay tuned for that.

Meanwhile, something is brewing out there… It may be the battle of the century, with surf coming up against an invasion of flying saucers, but don’t you worry: Jammin’ James Riley has you covered on this week’s all-new edition of Catching a Wave. But that’s not all…

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The Weird and the Wonderful Travels Back to the Days of New Wave: This Week’s Specialty Shows are a Collective, Very Cool Trip!

This week’s lineup of specialty shows on Pure Pop Radio is a cool trip back to the coolest sounds around! Cool!

We start this week’s proceedings with tonight’s all-new edition of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing at 9 pm ET. Ken spins an hour-long tribute to George Harrison, whose birthday we’ll be celebrating in just five days…

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New on Pure Pop Radio 02.15.17: The New Trocaderos and the Nerk Twins

This week’s second batch of reviews of new and new-to-you songs and artists added to the Pure Pop Radio playlist includes the latest powerhouse release from the New Trocaderos, and a quartet of rare songs from the Nerk Twins. Take it away, Kurt, Geoff, Brad, Kris, Rick, Herb and Jeff:

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New on Pure Pop Radio 02.14.17: Starring Pop Co-Op (with the Spongetones’ Steve Stoeckel), James Starflower, The Lunar Laugh, and More

We’re continuing to add more new and new-to-you music to the Pure Pop Radio playlist just about every day. Today, we’ve got reviews of seven albums from which we’re now spinning tracks in rotation. Click below to read all about it!

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What a Week! Pop Co-Op World Premieres! New Specialty Shows! And the Greatest Melodic Pop from the ’60s to Today, 24-Hours a Day, on the Number One Radio Station for Sweethearts: Pure Pop Radio!

Every week is pretty special here on Pure Pop Radio, but this week… this week? Everything’s sweet for all of the sweethearts out there in radio land. This is the week that everything on our air is extra-special! World premiere tracks from the debut album by Pop Co-Op, with the Spongetones’ Steve Stoeckel, and all new specialty show episodes! You’ll love it all!

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New on Pure Pop Radio 02.09.17: Michael Carpenter Times Two, and The Del Zorros

We continue to add new and new-to-you songs and artists to the Pure Pop Radio playlist; here are just a few of the latest nuggets playing in rotation, from Michael Carpenter (a duo song with Allan Caswell, and an album with the April Family), and the Del Zorros.