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Published on April 17th, 2023 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: April 17, 2023



“Despechada,” Ane Diaz – June 9, 2023

“The Approbation,” AVKRVST – June 16, 2023

“Police Deranged for Orchestra,” Stewart Copeland – June 23, 2023

“Third Time’s The Charm,” Benny Benack III – June 30, 2023

“Welcome,” The Arcadian Wild – July 21, 2023

“Not Now, I’m Busy,” Joyner Lucas – Aug. 18, 2023

“Lost in a Rush of Emptiness,” Bleach Lab – Sept. 22, 2023

“Not That Fancy,” Reba McEntire – Oct. 6, 2023

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“Home Again,” Carole King – May 26, 2023

“Live at the Bottom Line,” Jorma Kaukonen – June 2, 2023

“Bluebird (10th Anniversary Edition),” Dawn Landes – June 9, 2023

“The Definitive 24 Nights,” Eric Clapton – June 23, 2023


“Jazz Samba,” Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd – May 26, 2023

“Hits Collection 1957-1962,” The Everly Brothers – June 9, 2023

“Blood Harmony: The Country Hits 1955 to 1962,” The Louvin Brothers – June 9, 2023

“The Gold Experience” and “The Truth,” Prince – June 9, 2023


“Like a River: Finding the Faith and Strength to Move Forward after Loss and Heartache,” Granger Smith – Aug. 1, 2023

“Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots,” Reba McEntire – Oct. 10, 2023


“After Hours (The Criterion Collection),” Griffin Dunne, Robert F. Colesberry, Amy Robinson, et al – July 11, 2023

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 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Why Should We Turn Around?,” Chris James (six-song EP; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“No Regular Dog (Deluxe Edition),” Kelsey Waldon (2022 album; with three bonus tracks; Oh Boy / Thirty Tigers)

“A Place You Grew Up In,” Laveda (NYC dream-pop duo’s second album; producer: Dylan Herman; Hear here; PaperCup Music)

“Stormwaiting,” Lauren Barth (producer: Lewis Pesacof; Spiritual Pajamas)

“Infinite Brightness,” Hanneke Cassel (new single: “Evacuation Day”; See here; Cassel Records)

“The Heavy Box,” Derek Sanders (Mayday Parade frontman’s five-song EP; guests: Mike Hanson, Jason Lancaster; See here; Rise)

“Business & Pleasure,” Emm Gryner (producer: Fred Mollin; See here; High Wire)

“We Found Home,” Arc Iris (L.A.-based avant-pop trio’s fifth album; Well Done Records)

“Looking In,” Underground System (five-song EP; See here; Razor-N-Tape)

“Anthem of the Lost,” Deimos’ Dawn (producer: Corny Rambadt; See here; MDD Records)

“Ex-Girlfriends and Ecstasy,” Neon Straightjackets (new single: “$#!7CANNED”; Hear here; Neon Straightjackets)

“Tales,” Mark Westin (Hear here; Spinach World Music)

“Spree,” The Harvest Trail (six-song EP; The Harvest Trail)

“Into the Light Volume 2,” Faithless Town (five-song EP; Faithless Town)

“The Rainbow Lodge,” King Black Acid (new single: “Kissed at the Cemetery”; See here; Cavity Search Records / Mazinga Records)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

NEW YORK (CONCEPT DE PARIS), Jay-Z feat. Gil Scott-Heron … samples Gil Scott-Heron’s “New York Is Killing Me”
Magic, Allen Stone
poster boy, Lyn Lapid
Vuma, Meshell Ndgeocello feat. Thandiswa & Joel Ross
Dancing in the Courthouse, Dominic Fike
High Fives, Jill Andrews
Man of the Year, Joshua Radin
Fantasy, Lauren Spencer Smith feat. Gayle & Em Beihold
Don’t Look Back, liquidfive x ALLTAG
Feel Your Fear, YOVA
Counting Empties, Bleach Lab
Daylight, David Kushner
Lemon, Lime & Bitters, Amaris
I See Miracles Everywhere, ANNA
Magnificent Beast (Keep It All Together), Katie Callahan
prom!, Dalby
Don’t F With Me, Cory Singer
Houses of American Style, Pærish
For You, Superfan
Wounds (Healing), Olivia Reid
Con Artist, IRONTOM
Turn Me Up, Zoey Tess
Red Guitar, Sleep Nation
Supernova, Blueburst
GOAT, Divining Rod
Room on the Dance Floor, Mike Thomas
Over Again, Alok & Solardo
Ah Yeah!, Yung Xavi
Goodbye, Everything By Electricity
Randown, Lo Profile
White Heat, It Man
Boundaries, Laura Marano


Today’s Birthdays


Ahmad Jamal (legendary jazz pianist)

Cliff Fish (Paper Lace)


> Soundgarden, Chris Cornell Estate Settle Lawsuits, Pave Way for Final Recordings | Rolling Stone

> Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Closing of ‘Phantom,’ the Loss of My Son and the Future of Broadway | The New York Times

> Frank Ocean Jolts Coachella Festival With Aimless, WTF Headlining Set | Variety

> AI-Generated Drake and The Weeknd Song Goes Viral | BBC

> Baaba Maal Named UN Ambassador on Desertification | The Associated Press

> Harry Burleigh’s Eloquent Song of Freedom | The Wall Street Journal

 TOUR NEWS  (see more Tour Dates)

> Sting Announces Additional ‘My Songs’ Tour Dates | uDiscover Music

> Erykah Badu Announces U.S. Tour with Yasiin Bey | Consequence

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