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Published on July 22nd, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: July 22, 2021



“Friends That Break Your Heart,” James Blake – Sept. 10

“+/-,” BOYS NOIZE – Sept. 24

“Gadzooks Vol. 1,” Caleb Landry Jones – Sept. 24

“Feels So Good // Feels So Bad,” The Shivas – Sept. 24

“Our Bande Apart,” Third Eye Blind – Sept. 24

“Relief – A Benefit for the Jazz Foundation of America’s Musicians’ Emergency Fund,” various artists – Sept. 24

“Geist,” Shannon Lay – Oct. 8

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“Nothing Is Wrong (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” Dawes – Aug. 20


“The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch,” Cute Is What We Aim For – Sept. 24

“Trompe le Monde,” Pixies – Sept. 24

“The Crow (Original Motion Picture Score),” Graeme Revell – Oct. 1

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“work in progress,” Yung Kayo (five-song EP; See here; Young Stoner Life)

“Where Are We Now?,” Outlier (Hear here; Outlier)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Hot Summer, Prince
Say What You Will, James Blake
Xpress Yourself / Nude, BOYS NOIZE
Your Game Is Clean, Papadosio x Ram Dass
Resting B*tch Face Pt. 2, Resting Julia Wolf
Snow Globe (Autograf vs. Waterparks), Waterparks
Sleep at Night, Semantics
Bogie, Caleb Landry Jones
Friends Like, Otiuh
Pagsibol, SB19
The Gaping Mouth, Lowertown
baby teeth, joe p. feat. Mothica
Oh!, The Linda Lindas
Hollywood Blvd, Beck Black
Time to Get Away, CoCo Zandi
Maybe, Sydney Lauren
The Calm, Ask & Embla
D.W.T.D., Ben Sefton
Another Girl’s Man, Alice SK
All to Myself, The Sun Harmonic
say that, Amanda Frances & A-SHO
EASY, Laurent Bourque


Chuck Jackson (84)
George Clinton (80)
Bobby Sherman (78)
Rick Davies [Supertramp] (77)
Don Henley (74)
Alan Menken (72)
Lonette McKee (68)
Al Di Meola (67)
Mick Pointer [Marillion] (65)
Keith Sweat (60)
Emily Saliers (58)
Will Calhoun [Living Colour] (57)
Pat Badger [Extreme] (54)
Daniel Jones [Savage Garden] (48)
Rufus Wainwright (48)
Selena Gomez (29)


Eugene Record [The Chi-Lites] (1940-2005)

Illinois Jacquet (1922-2004)


“Fulfillingness’ First Finale,” Stevie Wonder (his first Billboard No. 1 album won three Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year; featuring “You Haven’t Done Nothin'” and “Boogie On Reggae Woman”; producers: Stevie Wonder, Robert Margouleff, Malcolm Cecil; guests: The Jackson 5, Paul Anka, Minnie Riperton, Deniece Williams, Michael Sembello, Syretta Wright, Jim Gilstrap, etc.; Motown)


> The Rolling Stones Announce Rescheduled Tour Dates | Rolling Stone

> Dr. Dre Ordered To Pay Nicole Young $300K In Temporary Spousal Support | Yahoo!

> Obama and Springsteen to Publish Book Based on Their Spotify Series | The New York Times

> Young Paul McCartney Deepfake Stars in ‘Find My Way’ Video With Beck | Rolling Stone

> Billie Eilish Announces New Happier Than Ever Disney+ Concert Film | Pitchfork

> Maple Glider: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert | NPR

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