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Published on June 16th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: June 16, 2021



“Desire,” Desire Marea – Aug. 6

“Any Shape You Take,” Indigo De Souza – Aug. 27

“A New Horizon,” Smash Into Pieces – Aug. 27

“In the Blossom of Their Shade,” Pokey LaFarge – Sept. 10

Artist Merch Shop: See the New Arrivals. »


“Boys and Girls,” Bryan Ferry – July 30


“Six-String Stories,” Eric Clapton – Oct. 19

“The First 21: How I Became Nikki Sixx,” Nikki Sixx – Oct. 19

“You Deserve Better,” Anne-Marie – Oct. 26

“Blood: A Memoir by the Jonas Brothers,” Jonas Brothers – Nov. 9

“How to Be a Rock Star,” Shaun Ryder – Jan. 1, 2022

“Stories I Might Regret Telling You: A Memoir,” Martha Wainwright – March 29, 2022


“Columbia Classics: 4K Ultra HD Collection, Volume 2,” box set – Sept. 14

“Melvin Van Peebles: Four Films (The Criterion Collection),” Melvin Van Peebles – Sept. 28

 JUST RELEASED  (surprise releases + more)

“Modern Life,” Tim Ayre (five-song EP; See here; Kitsuné Musique)

“Polite,” Dugong Jr (eight-song EP; Hear here; Moving Castle)

“Licence To Spill,” Tom Thumb (Hear here; Tom Thumb)

 NEW SONGS  (click on title to stream)

Dustland, The Killers feat. Bruce Springsteen
Things Dads Do, Thomas Rhett
Beautiful Flowers, Watchhouse
Mad, Hope Tala … produced by Paul Epworth
Warm It Up, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard
Pool Hopping, illuminati hotties
Chaos! Chaos! Chaos!, Arthur Moon
A Bee Without Its Sting, The Go! Team
Like a Lemon, smol fish
haircut, Amindi
Little Words, Float Fall
Secret, Jerome Thomas
Waiting for the Sun, Going Up North
On Your Side, Wet
Running on Fumes, Jake Whiskin
four years later, Nothing Special
Look Good, Stereos
Living With Myself, Snowy Band

 TOUR DATES  (just added)

» iHeartRadio Music Festival | Las Vegas, Sept. 17-18
feat. Billie Eilish, Lil Baby, Dua Lipa, Coldplay, Florida Georgia Line, Maroon 5, Cheap Trick, Journey, Khalid, Nelly, Sam Hunt, Weezer, etc.


Billy “Crash” Craddock (83)
Lamont Dozier (80)
Eddie Levert (79)
Iain Matthews (75)
Emil “Peppy” Thielhelm, aka “Peppy” Castro [Blues Magoos] (72)
James Smith [The Stylistics] (71)
Charlie Dominici [Dream Theater] (70)
Gino Vannelli (69)
Ian Mosley [Marillion] (68)
Garry Roberts [The Boomtown Rats] (67)
MC Ren (52)
Diana DeGarmo (34)
Ian Keaggy [Hot Chelle Rae] (34)
John Newman (31)
Joe McElderry (30)


Screaming Lord Sutch (1940-1999)

Kristen Pfaff (1967-1994)

James Honeyman-Scott (1956-1982)

Chick Webb (1905-1939)


“Made in America,” Carpenters (their last album together; Karen Carpenter died Feb. 4, 1983, from heart failure caused by her struggle with anorexia; featuring their final Top 40 hit, “Touch Me When We’re Dancing,” plus “[Want You] Back in My Life Again,” “Those Good Old Dreams” and “Beechwood 4-5789”; producer: Richard Carpenter; A&M)


Jim “Koz” Kozlowski (indie rock label veteran)


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