Updates Julia Michaels

Published on April 16th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 16, 2021



“Not In Chronological Order,” Julia Michaels – April 30

“Aggression Continuum,” Fear Factory – June 18

“Rain on Sunday,” Paula Fuga – June 18

“Lay It On Me,” Gabe Dixon – June 25

“Live From The Apocalypse,” Lacuna Coil – June 25

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“Rod Stewart 1975-1978,” Rod Stewart – June 4


“EP 21,” Goo Goo Dolls (four acoustic songs; producer: frontman John Rzeznik; Warner)

“Afflatus,” The Polyphonic Spree (all-covers album; See here; Good Records Recordings)

“Moratorium (Broadcasts From The Interruption),” Enter Shikari (So Recordings)

“Slime Language II,” Young Stoner Life, Young Thug & Gunna (Read here; Young Stoner Life)

“Indo Kid,” Ben Utomo (Read here; Def Jam Indonesia)

“sad songs about sad things,” Jayde (five-song debut EP; The Orchard)

“Violent Delights,” Caro Juna (four-song EP; Hear here; Caro Juna)

“Like the Light of Stars,” The Workday Release (new single: “Say a Lot With Light”; See here; Enci)

“The Riddle,” Silly Boy Blue (five-song remix EP; Columbia)

“Boombox Eternal: Halcyon Deluxe Edition,” Sam Sparro (2020 album; with three bonus tracks; Sparro, Inc.)

“More Than Reaction,” Juice Webster (five-song EP; first single: “Stupid Girl”; See here; Juice Webster)

“Box of Bones,” The Bone Man (producer: Jon O’Bergh; guest: Andre Akinyele; first single: “The Beast Within”; Hear here; Timescape)

“Inigmaxi03,” Iñigo Montoya (two songs; Echo Orange)


Jesse Aycock Chris Wicked Bewitcher
Vision Video Boy Destroy Sour Ops
Avishai Cohen Run Katie Run Mustasch
DarWin Letters from Mouse Elise Davis
The Ladles Friends of Clay Conor Gains


Been to War, DMX feat. Swizz Beatz & French Montana … from the epix original series “Godfather of Harlem”
Crawling Kingsnake, The Black Keys
Anchor, Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram and Jon Randall
The Lonely Night (Reprise Version), Moby feat. Mark Lanegan & Kris Kristofferson
Alemania, Twin Shadow
Disruptor, Fear Factory
If Ever, Paula Fuga with Jack Johnson & Ben Harper
Groove, Ashley Monroe
Summer Sun, Matt Berry
White Parents, Shungudzo
Yesterday, Dead Romantic

Something Good, Gabe Dixon
Not My Neighbour, Niko Walters feat. Kiana Ledé
Lay Down, JES
The Ghost of Jesus, Caged Animals
Love song / Buy Your Own Flowers, María Isabel
K.A.T., Tae Bae
Bad Things, Sirop feat. Aaron Cohen
Vaudevillain, FHANG
Sound of Violence, Pink Elefants
Easy Like That, Erin Gibney
Charged!, Warren Hue
In the Witching Hour, The Green Flamingos
Can’t Wait for the Summer, Maddox Jones
Shelf, Gillian Stone


Vince Hill (87)
Bobby Vinton (86)
Bill Spooner [The Tubes] (71)
John Bentley [Squeeze] (70)
Peter Garrett (68)
Paul Buchanan [The Blue Nile] (65)
Stephen Singleton [ABC] (62)
Jason Scheff (59)
Jimmy Osmond (58)
David Pirner (57)
Gabrielle (51)
Akon (48)
Kelli O’Hara (45)
Chance the Rapper (28)


Skip Spence [Moby Grape] (1946-1999)

Morris Stoloff (1898-1980)


“The Rolling Stones,” The Rolling Stones (their debut album is issued in their native U.K., then released two months in the U.S. under the title “England’s Newest Hit Makers”; featuring “Not Fade Away,” “Tell Me,” “I Wanna Be Your Man” and “I Just Want to Make Love to You”; producers: Eric Easton, Andrew Loog Oldham; Decca)


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