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Published on February 4th, 2022 | by Gerry Galipault

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Pause & Play Today: Feb. 4, 2022

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Black Summer, Red Hot Chili Peppers |
Do We Have A Problem?, Nicki Minaj & Lil Baby |
emo girl, Machine Gun Kelly feat. WILLOW |
Everything’s Electric, Liam Gallagher |
Cigarettes, Juice WRLD |
SAOKO, Rosalía |
Tomorrow, John Legend & Nas & Florian Picasso |
This Summer’s Day, Sitting On Stacy |
Love Died In Our Arms (Lee Scratch Perry Remix), Dot Allison |
I Guess That Was Goodbye, Lyn Lapid |
Brag, LAYA feat. Fivio Foreign |
Loser, Reyanna Maria |
M. Lonely, Elephant Stone |
Perfect, Ali Gatie |
Demon Child, Nue |
Amin, ClayRocksU |
Shabbadapp, Mob Dylan |
Say Nothing, Flume feat. MAY-A |

 MORE NEW SONGS  (bonus coverage; click on title to stream)

I’m Gonna Let Her, Cole Swindell |
Freaks & Geeks, Oliver Tree |
God Is a Freak, Peach PRC |
Turn Down the Voices (from the film “Slapface”), Curtis Braly |
Beach Boy, BENEE |
Somebody Was Gonna Find Out, Jane Ellen Bryant & Terra Lightfoot … from the podcast “Song Confessional”
WAR, ArrDee & Aitch |
I Won’t Go, The Selenites |
Mendelssohn’s Spring Song, Great Kat
Gone, Lucy Korts |
The Manatee (A Story of This World Pt III), Circuit des Yeux |

 UPDATES / ADDITIONS 

NEW RELEASES

“MOTOMAMI,” Rosalía – release date + preorder links, March 18

“mainstream sellout,” Machine Gun Kelly – March 25

“Unlimited Love,” Red Hot Chili Peppers – April 1

Amazon Music Unlimited: 4 Months Free. »

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Dope Don’t Sell Itself,” 2 Chainz (guests: YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, Lil Durk, Swae Lee, Moneybagg Yo, etc.; Hear here; Apple Music; Gamebread / Def Jam)

“pulp,” Winnetka Bowling League (guests: Demi Lovato, Sasha Alex Sloan; new single: “fiimy – fuck it, i miss you”; Hear here; RCA)

“People’s Champ,” Upchurch (guests: Boosie Badazz, Patty Lynn, Jelly Roll; Hear here; Apple Music; Holler Boy / Stonebaby Sounds)

“it’s a little complicated, but i’m okay,” Virginia To Vegas (Canadian alt-pop stylist Derik John Baker’s three-song EP; new single: “no excuses”; Hear here; Apply Music; Wax)

“Bitchcraft,” Bitch (new single: “Nothing In My Pockets”; See here; CD out Feb. 18; Vinyl out March 4; Kill Rock Stars)

“Season 1: Heartbeats,” ParisPanda (five-song EP; Hear here; Echo Orange)

“More,” SOKOJO (five-song EP; producer: Burak Yerebakan; new single: “More”; See here; LGN Recordings)

“EP 1,” Winifred (five songs; Hear here; MNRK Music Australia)

“Between Beach and Forest,” Between Beach and Forest (six-song EP; Apple Music; Between Beach and Forest)

 TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS 

John Steel [The Animals] (81)
Florence LaRue (80)
Alice Cooper (74)
Phil Ehart [Kansas] (71)
Tim Booth [James] (62)
Clint Black (60)
Noodles (59)
Dave Buchanan [Yankee Grey] (56)
Rick Burch [Jimmy Eat World] (47)
Natalie Imbruglia (47)
Cam’ron (46)
Gavin DeGraw (45)
Zoe Manville [Portugal. The Man] (38)

Getting caught up …

Feb. 3 Birthdays: Shawn Phillips (79), Dave Davies (75), Melanie (75), Lee Ranaldo (66), Lol Tolhurst (63), Linda Eder (61), Matraca Berg (58), Daddy Yankee (46), Jessica Harp (40), Sean Kingston (32)

 IN REMEMBRANCE 

Feb. 4:

Steve Lang [April Wine] (1949-2017)

Reg Presley [The Troggs] (1941-2013)

Donald Byrd (1932-2013)

Liberace (1919-1987)

Karen Carpenter (1950-1983)

Alex Harvey (1935-1982)

Louis Jordan (1908-1975)

Feb. 3:

Gwen Guthrie (1950-1999)

Lionel Newman (1916-1989)

Joe Meek (1929-1967)

The Day the Music Died – 1959: The Big Bopper (b. 1930), Buddy Holly (b. 1936) and Ritchie Valens (b. 1941)

 RANDOM LYRICS 

“It’s time for the good times
Forget about the bad times”

 RELEASED ON FEB. 4 … IN 1986 

”Control,” Janet Jackson (her anthem to female empowerment generated five Top 5 singles, a first for a female artist; one of the singles, “When I Think of You,” became her first No. 1; producers: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis; A&M)

 RELEASED ON FEB. 3 … IN 1997 

”Earthling,” David Bowie (featuring “I’m Afraid of Americans” and “Dead Man Walking”; it was nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Performance, losing to Radiohead’s “OK Computer”; producers: Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, Mark Plati; Virgin)

 R.I.P. 

Norma Waterson (British folk singer)

John C. Koss (stereo headphone innovator)

 MUSIC HEADLINES 

> Spotify CEO Stands By Joe Rogan | New York Post

> Mitski, the U.S.’s Best Young Songwriter: ‘I’m a Black Hole Where People Dump Their Feelings’ | The Guardian

> The Biggest Reason ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’ Is a Hit | The Atlantic

> Amazon Spent $13 Billion on Film, TV and Music Content in 2021, up 18% | Variety




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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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