We have a simple goal: Find you a Next new favorite song. Sure we’d love it if you loved the full hour but really we are just lusting after that ONE song. If you do find a Next new favorite please share with us which one it is. Thank you for listening.

Remember NEXT is on Ocean 98 WOCM on Sunday nights at 10. We’ll live chat again. Scroll to the bottom of this post to join us.

If you buy your songs on iTunes you can help Next gather a few pennies by clicking on this link to week 320′s playlist on iTunes. Thanks. (and remember there is a special place in heaven if the click on the link and buy a few songs)

Artist and song title:
Apollo Ghosts – What Are Your Influences, Jukebox the Ghost – Don’t Let Me Fall Behind, Brendan Rivera – Hole In the Curtain, Heavy Cream – John Johnny, Hanni El Khatib – Heartbreak Hotel (Cover), Calexico – Para, The Mynabirds – Karma Debt, Rebecca Ferguson – Nothing’s Real but Love, Grace Potter – The Divide, The Peach Kings – Fisherman, The Tallest Man On Earth – 1904, Southeast Engine – 1933 Great Depression, Milo Greene – 1957, Metric – The Wanderlust, Rush – The Wreckers


  • Another good week!
    I really liked the Jukebox the Ghost song.
    Am REALLY happy to hear something new from Calexico – Para sounds great, look forward to the new album on September (too long!)
    I’m a big fan of Tallest Man on Earth and have really been enjoying 1904, glad to see you include it.
    That Rebecca Ferguson, holy hannah can she sing!
    Grace Potter can belt it out too.

  • I am biased toward Grace Potter but her song deserve to be song of the week.
    Hani is definitely interesting rocker.

  • Ditto the Rebecca Ferguson comment…and I haven’t even finished listening!
    Will make another comment once I hear Rush…..LOVE Rush….!

  • Ok…done. Rebecca Ferguson and Grace Potter were awesome. Peach Kings were too…very Benatar! Loved Rush. Hope I get to see them live (for the umpteenth time) in the fall!
    Good week! Thanks!

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