New songs

Published on March 4th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Kendrick Lamar, Meghan Trainor, etc.

Remember when … singers, musicians or groups would finish an album, they would hand it over to the record company; their publicity and marketing departments would get to work building a campaign and sending out advance copies to the press; a single would be released ahead of the album; you might hear it for the first time on “American Top 40”; increased radio airplay would soon follow and build up anticipation for the album a few months in advance; by the time the album came out, a second single would be waiting in the wings; you would go to a record store on Tuesday to buy the newly released album or 45; leaks, what leaks?; the artist would go on “American Bandstand,” “Soul Train” or “Solid Gold” to promote the album; then they would go on tour, and you would buy a band T-shirt?

Remember those days? Well, they’re gone forever.

Thanks a lot, Napster.

Well, we will always have the songs … like this week’s batch of new songs. Just click, pause and play!

Follow along with our New Songs: A Pauseandplay.com Playlist on Spotify (or click on the Spotify player at the bottom of this page).

“untitled 02 | 06.23.2014,” Kendrick Lamar

“NO,” Meghan Trainor

“Piece By Piece (Idol Version),” Kelly Clarkson

“Atomic Number,” case/lang/veirs

“Been to the Moon,” Corinne Bailey Rae

“Overcome (Mxwll Remix),” Laura Mvula feat. Nile Rodgers

“Doing It To Death,” The Kills

“Do It, Try It,” M83

“Brace For Impact (Live a Little),” Sturgill Simpson

“Almost Loved (Moby Remix),” Moby & The Void Pacific Choir

“Bourbon,” Gallant

“Run Mascara Run,” The Raveonettes

“American Country Love Song,” Jake Owen

“You’re Not There,” Lukas Graham

“Island,” Fear of Men

“Worry,” Jack Garratt feat. Anderson Paak

“Enemiez,” Keke Palmer feat. Jeremih

“Get Out,” Frightened Rabbit

“Warrior,” Aurora

“Have You Ever,” Marsha Ambrosius

“Love Yourself,” Jasmine Thompson

“Down,” Marian Hill

“One Strike,” All Saints

“Styggo,” The Dandy Warhols

“Girlfriend,” Kap G

“Meteorites,” Lights

“Us (Extended Mix),” Kaskade & CID

“Let It Sleep,” Asking Alexandria

“Your Best American Girl,” Mitski

“Chronic,” Phoebe Ryan

“Sheri,” Giovanni James

“Jesus Christ,” Dustin Kensrue

“X-Communicate,” Kristin Kontrol

“Soundtrack to My Life,” Risa Hall

“Big Ideas,” The Boxer Rebellion

“Separate Lives,” Hælos

“My Heart Beats 4 U,” Rooney

“Headstone,” Cilver

“Somewhere My Love,” Jonathan Antoine

“Water Over Fire,” Roo Panes

“Bang Bang,” Lawrence Taylor

“808,” Tedashii

“Hold On / Take It Slow,” Luxxury

“Dropping Houses,” Wussy

“The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” Beau Davidson & Jay Siegel’s Tokens

“Revolvist,” A Shoreline Dream

“The Little Things,” Big Gigantic feat. Angela McCluskey

“My Love (Bring Out the Guards),” Ragsy feat. Caroline Harrison

“Cruel Intentions,” JMSN

“Settle,” Vera Blue

“Falling of the Drop,” The Heroic Enthusiasts

“Underdressed,” Vérité

“How Hard,” KIT

“Bastion,” Bullet Height

“So Right,” Baskerville Jones

“Just Drive,” August Rigo

“Hello Me,” Oxymorrons

“Dust,” Mi von Ahn

“Peculiar,” Harts

“Alright For Me,” Them Swoops

“Valentine,” Echoes

“Bottom of the Glass,” EFA

“The Grind,” Em George

“Roman Tic,” John Helix

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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