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Pause & Play Today: Dec. 1, 2023

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New Songs Playlist

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MY HOUSE, Beyoncé 
Houdini (Extended Edit), Dua Lipa
Lifeline (From the Original Motion Picture “The Color Purple”), Alicia Keys 
Take Me Home, Country Roads, Lana Del Rey 
Love Actually, Keane 
Bad Woman, Paloma Faith 
3 Feet Tall, Cole Swindell 
Ready for the World, VCHA 
IDK Her, Lillian Hepler 
Lover/Friend + Stuntin, KAYTRANADA 
Cabin In My Mind, Grandaddy 
Femenine, Empress Of 
X’s & O’s, Zzz. 
Out On a Win, Corb Lund 
killed the kid, Haiden 
Don’t Think About the Polar Bear, Bridget Kearney (Lake Street Dive bassist) 
Pop Star, V1V1D 
Victory Song, Melanie B. 
pedestal, Mackenzie Shivers 
What Ifs, Jenny Stenger 
*snow in berlin*, LØLØ
Marigold, Molly O’Leary
Flatline, Coldwards 

New Music Friday: The Reissues

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Just Released

(Surprise releases + more)

“Honor the Light,” Zara Larsson (six-song EP; See here; Summer House / Epic) 

“to love in the 21st century: the epilogue,” Lyn Lapid (deluxe EP, with three new songs, including “east side”; Hear here; Mercury / Republic)

“STRUGGLER,” Genesis Owusu (Ghanaian Australian artist’s second album; new single: “SURVIVOR”; See here; OURNESS / AWAL Recordings)

“The Roads,” Jonah Kagen (six-song EP; new single: “Save My Soul”; See here; Arista)

“CZARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE,” Czarface (hip-hop trio of Inspectah Deck, Esoteric and 7L; guests: Logic, Kool Keith, Nems, Frankie Pulitzer, et al; new single: “Czarchimedes’ Death Ray”; See here; Virgin Music)

“L’Ecstasy,” Love Minus Zero (collaborative album from Tiga and Hudson Mohawke; guests: Jesse Boykins III, Channel Tres, Elizabeth Troy; new single: “Silence of Love”; See here; Love Minus Communications)

“Enter (Deluxe Edition),” Cybotron (40th anniversary expanded digital reissue; 1983 album, with 12 previously unreleased tracks; See here; Craft Recordings / Concord)

“Chef’s Kiss,” ko aka koala (nine-song EP; new single: “stoptryingtohavesexwithme”; See here; ko aka koala)

“Out of a Clear Blue Sky,” Tyler Del Pino (five-song EP; backed by his new band The Brasstronautz; Hear here; Tyler Del Pino)

Stronger than any mountain cathedral / Truer than any tree ever grew

Updates + Additions

“Technically Acceptable,” Ethan Iverson – Jan. 19, 2024

“Lola,” Goth Babe – Jan. 26, 2024

“Chimera,” Orgōne – Feb. 9, 2024

“I’ve Never Been Here Before,” Erick the Architect – Feb. 23, 2024

“Millennials,” The Snuts – Feb. 23, 2024

Music Books

“The Boys and Me: My Life in the Country Music Supergroup Sawyer Brown,” Mark Miller – Feb. 6, 2024

“Rescue Story: Faith, Freedom, and Finding My Way Home,” Zach Williams – Feb. 27, 2024

R.I.P.

Shane MacGowan (The Pogues)

This Week In … 1992

(Source: Billboard)

No. 1 – “I Will Always Love You,” Whitney Houston

Biggest Mover Within the Top 40 – “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong,” Spin Doctors (from No. 36 to No. 27) and “I Wish the Phone Would Ring,” Exposé (from No. 40 to No. 31)

Highest Debut (No. 15) – “In the Still of the Nite [I’ll Remember] [from ‘The Jacksons: An American Dream’],” Boyz II Men

Biggest Mover Within the Hot 100 – “Love Can Move Mountains,” Celine Dion (from No. 95 to No. 65)

Shoulda Been a Bigger Hit – “Am I the Same Girl,” Swing Out Sister
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