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Published on August 23rd, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Aug. 23, 2021



“star-crossed,” Kacey Musgraves – Sept. 10

“It’s Not Them. It Couldn’t Be Them. It Is Them!,” Guided By Voices – Oct. 22

“Relief: A Benefit for the Jazz Foundation of America’s Musicians’ Emergency Fund,” various artists – Nov. 12

“Voyeurist,” Underoath – Jan. 14, 2022

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »


“Everything Louder Forever: The Very Best of Motörhead,” Motörhead – Oct. 29

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“BIRTHDAY MIX 6,” Lil Yachty (nine-track mixtape; Hear here; Read here; Quality Control Music / Motown)

“NOEASY,” Stray Kids (the South Korean K-pop boy band’s second studio album; producer: 3Racha; new single: “Thunderous”; Hear here; JYP Entertainment)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Imaginary Friends, Des Rocs


Mark Russell (89)
Roger Greenaway (83)
Rex Allen Jr. (74)
Linda Thompson (74)
Woody Paul (72)
Rick Springfield (72)
Mark Hudson (70)
Bobby G [Bucks Fizz] (68)
Edwyn Collins (62)
Gary Hoey (61)
Dean DeLeo (60)
Shaun Ryder (59)
Cedella Marley (54)
Ira Dean [Trick Pony] (52)
Eliza Carthy (46)
Julian Casablancas (43)
Sky Blu (35)
Lianne La Havas (32)
Trixie Mattel (32)
Lil Yachty (24)


Maynard Ferguson (1928-2006)

Dwayne Goettel [Skinny Puppy] (1964-1995)

David Rose (1910-1990)

 RELEASED ON AUG. 23 IN … 2019 

“Lover,” Taylor Swift (her seventh album, featuring “Me!,” “You Need to Calm Down,” “Lover” and “The Man”; it was her sixth No. 1 U.S. and the best-selling album of 2019; producers: Swift, Jack Antonoff, Joel Little, Louis Bell, Frank Dukes; Republic)


Brian Travers (founding member of UB40)

Lisa Lee (Academy of Country Music senior executive)

Eddie Middleton (NewSong)


> Loretta Lynn ‘Heartbroken’ After Longtime Ranch Foreman Dies In Tennessee Floods | USA Today

> George Harrison Charts His First No. 1 Rock Album 20 Years After His Death | Forbes

> Billie Eilish Earns a Third Week at No. 1, Narrowly | The New York Times

> Insane Clown Posse Announce Farewell Tour After Violent J Reveals Heart Problem | Rolling Stone

> Aerosmith Hands Entire Catalog to Universal Music Group | Rolling Stone

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