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Pause & Play Today: June 7, 2024

Luke Combs

Updates + Additions

New Releases

“Fathers & Sons,” Luke Combs – June 14

“lover boy,” Haiden Henderson – July 12

“Artificial Paradise,” OneRepublic – July 12

“Cellophone Memories,” Chrystabell & David Lynch – Aug. 2

“Water the Flowers, Pray for a Garden,” Valley – Aug. 30

“FLUX,” TENDER – Sept. 6

“SUPERCHARGED,” The Offspring – Oct. 11

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“Live: In Concert 1985-2001,” Pete Townshend – July 26

“Chocolate and Cheese (Deluxe Edition),” Ween – Aug. 2

“Ashes of the Wake (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Lamb of God – Aug. 30


“Goodies (20th Anniversary Edition),” Ciara – Sept. 27

Just Released

“Suffs (Original Broadway Cast Recording),” various artists (musical, written by and starring Shaina Taub is nominated for six Tony Awards, including Best Musical; Hear here; Read here; Atlantic)

“Calm KAOSS!,” KÁRYYN (five-song EP; producers: KÁRYYN, James Ford; Hear here; Mute)

“I Don’t Do Humidity,” Bathe Alone (producer: Damon Moon; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Link To The Invisible,” Booka Shade (house duo’s 11th album; Hear here; Blaufield)

“Away From This Dream,” Axel Flóvent (new single: “Don’t Wait for Summer”; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“FRANCIS,” ESTA. (L.A. DJ-producer’s debut album; guests: Leon Thomas, Kenyon Dixon, Ambré, Joyce Wrice, DUCKWRTH, Jayla Darden, Tone Stith, Arin Ray, PHABO, Mack Keane, Brandon Banks; Hear here; PARADIS / The Orchard)

“SAINT,” DPR IAN (Korean-Australian indie-pop artist’s six-song EP; Hear here; The Orchard)

“STOP-MOTION,” Ginger Winn (singer-songwriter’s debut album; producer: David Baron; Hear here; Keep Good Company Records)

“Genesis.,” RAYE (four-song EP; producer: Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins; Hear here; Human Re Sources)

“Fighting For,” Evan Honer (singer-songwriter’s second album; guests: Wyatt Flores, Julia DiGrazia; new single: “Nowhere Fast”; See here; Hear here; Cloverdale)

“Good At Love,” Paige Stark (Tashaki Miyaki co-founder’s debut solo EP; producer: Jon Brion; Hear here; Blonde Dog)

“You Could Stay In One Spot, and I’d Love You The Same,” Sabrina Song (Brooklyn-based alt-pop singer-songwriter and producer’s debut album; Hear here; Sabrina Song)

“Soft Machines,” Hide and Shine (Hear here; Hide and Shine)

“Sorry to Keep You Up,” Payson Lewis (producers: Ben Soldate, Lewis; Hear here; 8 Feet Tall)

“Flesh Car,” Flesh Car (new project from Shudder To Think’s Craig Wedren and longtime collaborators Jherek Bischoff and Jacob Richards; new single: “Up Comes a Bird”; Hear here; Tough Lover)

“Lost In My Ways,” JB Elwood (singer-guitarist’s debut album; producer: Andrew Middleton; Hear here; JB Elwood)

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New Songs Playlist

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Purple Gas, Zach Bryan & Noeline Hofmann
The Man He Sees in Me, Luke Combs
Please Please Please, Sabrina Carpenter
Close to You, Gracie Abrams
A Tear In Space (Airlock), Glass Animals
Midnight Ride, Orville Peck, Kylie Minogue & Diplo
Spotlight, Johnny Cash feat. Dan Auerbach
When the Levee Breaks, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss … new live version
Gone Country, Thomas Rhett
Make It All Right, The Offspring
White Claw, Yung Gravy & Shania Twain
Never Let Go, Jung Kook
Polvo de tu Vida, J Balvin & Chencho Corleone
You’re Gonna Get It, 311
Called You By Your Name, The War and Treaty
Make It Me, Mickey Guyton
Lioness, Swedish House Mafia feat. Nikki & The Dove
Someone’s Gotta Love ‘Em, The Scarlet Opera
Broken Boy, Danielle Bradbery
K.O., Haiden Henderson
New Way Out, Poppy

VIP, Isabella Lovestory
Darling, Lewis Fitzgerald & Libianca
The Cyclone, Polychuck feat. Derek Sherinian & Simon Phillips
Other Side, MisterWives & Charlotte Sands
Strawberry Jam, COIN
Hold the Lightning, Luke Sital-Singh
Tomorrow’s Just Too Far, Ida Mae
Can People Really Change?, The Haunt feat. MISSIO
SAVIOR, Smile Empty Soul
The One, Rob Wolf
Gay For You, Folk Uke
Klister, The Hawkins
Heathen, Juliana Madrid
Me And Taylor Swift Are Pursued By Ed Sheeran For Unpaid Rent…And He’s Got A Gun, Arcofield
Shallow Water, Elderbrook
crush (tom verlaine), Aziya
Either Way, Lauren Freebird
Supernova Fate, horsebread 
Salem, Marella
Hands, SM6
stranger, Paulina
Rooster, Blackwater Railroad Company
rock dem, dazegxd

This Week In … 1974

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “Band on the Run,” Paul McCartney & Wings

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “On and On,” Gladys Knight & The Pips (from No. 40 to No. 29) 

Highest Debut (No. 77) – “If You Talk In Your Sleep,” Elvis Presley

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Rock Your Baby,” George McCrae (from No. 93 to No. 62) 

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “The Golden Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Mott the Hoople

No. 1 Album – “Band on the Run,” Paul McCartney & Wings

Dedicated to Winnie G. We miss you, girl. 

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