Discover The Freshest Beats With Our New Music Friday March 10 Picks!

Looking for fresh new tunes? Here are our top ten selections for New Music Friday March 10 — its music discovery made easy!

Are you tired of listening to the same old songs on repeat and in search of some fresh beats to add to your playlist? Well, look no further because our New Music Friday March 10 picks are here to deliver just that! As a music lover, there’s nothing more exciting than discovering new artists and tunes that speak to your soul, and our expertly curated selection of albums promises to do just that.

From the latest releases by established chart-toppers to up-and-coming indie musicians, our New Music Friday March 10 playlist has something for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for some upbeat pop, soulful R&B, or melodic country, we’ve got you covered. With each project carefully selected for its great sound and vibe, you’re sure to find a new favorite that you’ll have on repeat for weeks to come.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your headphones and get ready to discover the freshest beats with our New Music Friday March 10 picks. With our selection of new albums, you’re sure to find something that will have you dancing, singing, and vibing all weekend long. Don’t miss out on the chance to be the first among your friends to discover the next big thing in music – tune in now!

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New Music Friday March 10: Album Of The Week-Shana Cleveland – “Manzanita”

From the promo material:

Manzanita is the common name for a kind of small evergreen tree endemic to California which has strong medicinal properties. It’s also the name of the brand new full-length by visual artist, writer, songwriter, and musician Shana Cleveland. Subtle, powerful, and unafraid. We can’t actually tell you how much we love this record because you’d never believe us, so we’ll just say that it is her strongest and most personal album to date.

These songs are as strong as the bricks in the Brill Building, and seem destined to be covered by others in years to come. Where her previous record, 2019’s Night of the Worm Moon (Hardly Art) functions as a collection of speculative fictions equally inspired by Afro-futurist pioneers Herman “Sun Ra” Blount and Octavia Butler, Manzanita concerns the love that loves to love. “This is a supernatural love album set in the California wilderness,” Cleveland explains.




1. JSPHYNX-“Reflex” (Qobuz)

2. The War and Treaty -“Lover’s Game” (Qobuz)

3. Kaiser Quartett -“Empire” (Qobuz)

4. Lonnie Holley -“Oh Me Oh My” (Qobuz)

5. Ane Brun – “Portrayals” (Qobuz)

6. Isolde Lasoen – “Oh Dear” (Qobuz)

7. Shana Cleveland – “Manzanita” (Qobuz)

8. Msaki, Tubatsi Mpho Moloi – “Synthetic Hearts” (Qobuz)

9. Ali Farka Toure – “Voyageur” (Qobuz)

10. Teena Marie – “Love Songs And Funky Beats” (Qobuz)



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