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David Gray Announces 'Mutineers' for June 17; Watch "Gulls"

British singer/songwriter David Gray will release his 10th studio album Mutineers on June 17. The new project,  Gray's first in four years, was produced by Andy Barlow (Lamb) and recorded at The Church Studios in London. A special deluxe edition of Mutineers will feature two additional discs of live recordings. Watch the video for lead track "Gulls" below.

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NJ jobless rate inches up to 6.6 pct in October

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The New Jersey Labor Department reports unemployment in the state inched up in October to 6.6 percent. …read more

Kozy Shack recalls some puddings over labeling

ARDEN HILLS, Minn. (AP) — Pudding maker Kozy Shack Enterprises is recalling some of its puddings because they are not labeled as containing milk. …read more

Man admits $20 million Ponzi scheme in New Jersey

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A central New Jersey man has admitted running a $20 million Ponzi scheme. …read more

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Song Of The Week

90.5 The NIGHT Continues A Holiday Tradition

Brookdale Public Radio, 90.5 The NIGHT is proud to announce the continuation of a long-standing Thanksgiving tradition: airing Arlo Guthrie’s 1967 Classic “Alice’s Restaurant” this Thanksgiving at 12 Noon.

Adding to the traditional Holiday buffet, Brookdale Public Radio will also air “Lumpy Gravy”, Frank Zappa’s  sonic symphony, at 7 PM.

This Holiday, share Thanksgiving with Arlo and Frank, and Brookdale Public Radio, 90.5 The NIGHT.

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  • Nov 17 / 2014
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Song Of The Week

Matthew Ryan – The First Heartbreak

matthewryan_boxersMatthew Ryan‘s career began in 1997 with alt-country leanings and made its way through genre shifts from folk to electronica.

His latest release, Boxers, is a full-out rock record, albeit with some softer stuff for variety. It’s also a great way for Ryan to display his detail-rich, heart-on-his-sleeve songwriting skills.
The presence of Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem on guitar and the unfettered passion in Ryan’s approach might get him lumped in with the New Springsteens of the world. But Ryan has too much stylistic wiggle in him to get pinned down too easily.

There’s a little Paul Westerberg in the disheveled character sketches of “Suffer No More,” while the brooding rumbler “God’s Not Here Tonight” is reminiscent of The National.” – American Songwriter


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  • Nov 16 / 2014
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On-Air Blog

Starting to get chilly Sunday Night Links

Hey guys.  Welcome to Sunday night here on Brookdale Public Radio.  I’ve got some of my personal favs coming up tonight.We’re going to hear from Pink Floyd, The Stones, Bruce, Charlie Mars, &  The Pretenders.  Make sure to tune in.

If you haven’t “liked” my on Facebook, make sure to check out Tom Brennan on 90.5 The Night on Facebook.

I’ll try to keep you warm tonight with some great tunes.  Below are links to some of the items I’ll be mentioning on the air tonight:


Want some free music? Check out our Song of the Week! This week it’s “Hang My Head In Shame” from Pete Molinari http://bit.ly/1u5Fk8z

Here’s the pretty visual video for Bat for Lashes‘ “All Your Gold” a track that came out in 2012. http://bit.ly/1oQRe6U

Here’s the official video for “Frozen Britain” from James http://bit.ly/1v6rvuc

The Decemberists have put out a “visualizer” version of their new song “Make You Better”: http://bit.ly/1pV8RDr

The New Pornographers have a pretty interesting video our for their new song “Dancehall Domine”: http://bit.ly/1wXfXrY