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Pause & Play Today: April 17, 2024

Fontaines D.C.

Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Glorious,” Kate Hudson – May 17

“The Last Goodbye Tour Live,” ODESZA – May 31

“Visions Out of Limelight,” RJD2 – June 14

“Finally!,” The Aquabats! – June 21

“The Head & the Habit,” Greenleaf – June 21

“Walk Thru Me,” The Folk Implosion – June 28

“Strut of Kings,” Guided By Voices – June 28

“Birds & Beasts,” SUSS – June 28

“My Light, My Destroyer,” Cassandra Jenkins – July 12

“Time Is a Walnut,” Hannah Mohan – July 12

“Things Were Never Good If They’re Not Good Now,” Donovan Woods – July 12

“There Goes the Dream,” Modern Color – July 26

“Starchris,” Body Meat – Aug. 23

“Romance,” Fontaines D.C. – Aug. 23

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“Can Live in Aston 1977,” Can – May 31

“Cowboy (Expanded Edition),” Erasure – May 31

“Seal (Deluxe Edition),” Seal – June 14

“Jethro Tull Live: Bursting Out – The Inflated Edition,” Jethro Tull – June 21


“Back Home Again,” John Denver – June 14

“Band of Gold,” Freda Payne – June 28

Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“From the Mars Hotel: The Angel’s Share,” Grateful Dead (16 outtakes, alternate versions and mixes from 1974 sessions; Hear here; Grateful Dead Productions / Rhino)

“Escape Forever,” Soft Kill (Hear here; Cercle Social Records) 

How can we dance / When our earth is turning

New Songs Playlist

(Click on title to stream)

Wreckage, Pearl Jam 
Teenage Summer, Crowded House 
What Happened to You, Son?, Belle and Sebastian
Baddy on the Floor, Jamie xx feat. Honey Dijon 
Sugar Kingdom, The Sidleys 
God’s Love, The Harlem Gospel Travelers 
Sweet, Grizzly Coast 
Goodbye Trouble, Emmett Jerome 
All Messed Up (Medley), Gyasi 
Maine / The Sink, hey, nothing 
Criminal, Alice Ivy, Kah-lo & BJ The Chicago Kid 
Camera Man, Eamon Fogarty 
Suck, Morgan Garrett
Ride, Abbey Masonbrink 
Heartbeat Walk, Sugarpop Sensation 
Force of Nature, Monica Aben 
Weighing Down, Julian Taylor 
Angel Blessings, Sex Week 
After you, Keira Gray 
Fish Out of Water, Terre Roche 
Stand Up, Ronzoni Hines 
Flight, Jeremy Ledbetter Trio 
This Old Town, Trent Beaver & The Damage 
Circle Line, Rosa Landers 


Graeme Naysmith (Pale Saints guitarist)

Ben Eldridge (banjo player and co-founder of Seldom Scene)

This Week In … 1980

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Another Brick in the Wall (Part II),” Pink Floyd

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “With You I’m Born Again,” Billy Preston & Syreeta (from No. 15 to No. 7)

Highest Debut (No. 46) – “Hurt So Bad,” Linda Ronstadt

Biggest Movers Within the Hot 100 – “Don’t Fall in Love With a Dreamer,” Kenny Rogers with Kim Carnes (from No. 44 to No. 26) and “Funkytown,” Lipps, Inc. (from No. 79 to No. 61)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “The Spirit of Radio,” Rush

No. 1 Album – “The Wall,” Pink Floyd

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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