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Published on February 26th, 2023 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: Feb. 26, 2023



“Portals,” Melanie Martinez – March 31, 2023

“Flang Dang,” Andy Fairweather Low – new release date, April 7, 2023

“Why Does the Earth Give Us People to Love?,” Kara Jackson – April 14, 2023

“Angels In Science Fiction,” St. Paul & The Broken Bones – April 21, 2023

“DOGMA,” Crown the Empire – April 28, 2023

“Damn Love,” Kip Moore – April 28, 2023

“Stray Dog,” Justin Moore – May 5, 2023

“How to Start a Garden,” Nanna – May 5, 2023

“The Album,” Jonas Brothers – new release date + preorder links, May 12, 2023

“I Hope You Can Forgive Me,” Madison McFerrin – May 12, 2023

“I Only See the Moon,” The Milk Carton Kids – May 19, 2023

“The Feelings Cure,” Setting Sun – May 19, 2023

“The Perfume of Decay,” Tigercub – June 2, 2023

“Lost At Sea,” Rob Grant – June 9, 2023

“Cleave,” Vallis Alps – Aug. 25, 2023

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MORE UPCOMING RELEASES (release date pending)

“Son of the Mountains,” Brad Paisley – 2023


“Beautiful Life: The Singles,” Ace of Base – March 31, 2023

“The Complete Scepter Singles 1962-1973,” Dionne Warwick – April 7, 2023

“Random Access Memories (10th Anniversary Edition),” Daft Punk – May 12, 2023


“Overcome By Happiness (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Pernice Brothers – May 19, 2023

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Even God Has a Sense of Humor,” Maxo (Def Jam)

“The Greatest Thing I’ll Never Learn (Live Deluxe),” DYLAN (new single: “Every Heart But Mine”; Republic)

“Learning How to Die,” Portair (six-song EP; guests: Vérité, Wynne, Emily James; Hear here; Nettwerk)

“Travel,” The Necks (19th studio album by Australian improvisational trio; Northern Spy)

“Who Are You When No One Is Watching?,” Braxton Cook (Emmy Award-winning, Julliard-trained jazz/R&B artist; guests: Ma’Khia Bryant, Masego, Marquis Hill, Orlando Watson; See here; Nettwerk)

“Crowd Pleaser, Pt. 1,” Foley (five-song debut EP; new single: “Coffee”; See here; Nettwerk)

“Empty Hands,” Kingo Halla (new single: “Just Breathe”; See here; SHIJŌ STUDIOS)

“More Songs About Weed and Toxic Relationships,” Sam Casey (six-song EP; See here; The Confidence Emperors)

“MY DEMONS,” GLU (five-song EP from Queens of the Stone Age bassist Michael Shuman; See here; Capital Artist Group)

“Hoosi, No!,” Human Potential (See here; What Delicate Recordings)

“ADULT ART CLUB,” Adult Art Club (Read here; Rose Avenue)

“Outta Their Minds,” Sun Room (four-song EP; See here; Sun Room)

“Smokey Shady,” Sam Wrangle (new single: “Dress to Impress”; Hear here; Sam Wrangle)

“Forever, Now,” Sultan + Shepard (This Never Happened)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Wings, Jonas Brothers
Same Here, Brad Paisley feat. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Kant Nobody, Lil Wayne feat. DMX
September Song, Rickie Lee Jones
Roller Coasters Make Me Sad, Em Beihold
Tell You I Love You, BANNERS
on the way down, Wrabel
Love More, Pop Money
Courage, Duke & Goldie
Shout, Forty Feet Tall … a cover of Tears of Fears | See here
Colder Tonight, Bianca Jazmine
Alive!, The Scarlet Opera
Mind How You Go, Tomten
Classics, Moon Taxi
MINE, SUSU | See here
Serpentine, The Parlor | See here
We All Rise, The Bellwether Syndicate
King of My Head, Declan Welsh and The Decadent West
She Don’t, David Adam Byrnes
Breaking Up, River Town Saints
Casting No Light, Noble Rot feat. Colin Newman
This Is Fine, REdEFIND | See here
Umbra, Vudajé
NIGHTMARE, Tanner Carlson
Under Me, Lexy Panterra | See here
BULLY, Slaves to Humanity
Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?, Mokita


Today’s Birthdays


Brett Radin (longtime artist manager)

Bruce Barthol (Country Joe & the Fish bassist)

Tom Whitlock (songwriter wrote “Take My Breath Away” and “Danger Zone”)


> Madonna’s Older Brother Dies at Age 66 | BBC

> SZA’s ‘SOS’ Makes It 10 Weeks at No. 1 on Billboard 200 | Billboard

> Drake Talks Plans for a “Graceful Exit” From the Music Industry | HYPEBEAST

> Elton John and Mariah Carey Pay Tribute to Olivia Newton-John at State Memorial | NME

> How Do Great Artists End Up Making Horrible Albums? | Rolling Stone

> Why Music Causes Memories to Flood Back | The Washington Post

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.

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