Updates Shungudzo

Published on March 15th, 2021 | by Gerry Galipault


Pause & Play Today: March 15, 2021



“United State of Mind,” Robin Trower, Maxi Priest & Livingstone Brown – April 16

“Seeking New Gods,” Gruff Rhys – May 21

“I am not a mother, but I have children,” Shungudzo – June 18


“Only Lonely Sometimes / Soft Touch / Good Love & Heartbreak / Even the Strong Get Lonely,” Tammy Wynette – April 16

“Playing Through the Changes: Anthology 1964-2020,” Ray Fenwick – April 30


“Armed Forces” box set, Elvis Costello and the Attractions – April 16


“Spaceman (Deluxe),” Nick Jonas (new album, released March 12, with five bonus tracks, including “Selfish,” feat. Jonas Brothers; Island)

“Megalithic Symphony (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition),” AWOLNATION (2011 debut album; with 27 bonus tracks; Red Bull)

“When It’s All Said and Done … Take Time,” GIVĒON (new single: “All to Me”; Hear here; Black Butter / Epic)

“Room 404,” Kaky (seven-song EP; See here; RCA)

“Charge It To The Game,” Tash Neal (See here; Black Hill)

“I FKN LOVE MYSELF,” Romy Dya (guests: Yung Dada, IceJe, James Francis, Oriye Cazz, Jhehlah; See here; Uncommon Diamond)

“Vacation,” Foley (five-song EP; Foley)

“Heavenly,” L. Flora (six-song EP; new single: “Poison Ivy”; Hear here; L. Flora)

“It’s Only Temporary,” Drunken Logic (four-song EP; See here; Rabotat)

“Positive Sinking,” Gumshoe (producer: Phil Hampson, aka Gumshoe; Gumshoe)

“While We Wait For The Sun To Rise,” Craig Stickland (three-song EP; See here; eOne Music)

“Dancy Party,” Lewis OfMan (five-song EP; Hear here; Profil De Face / Virgin Music)

“A Good Distraction,” Forty Feet Tall (See here; Magnetic Moon)

“Almost Heaven … Feels Like Hell,” Stage Moms (five-song EP; Stage Moms)

“Interfulgent,” Corrado Rustici (producer: Rustici; See here; Corrado Rustici)

“Wolf Song,” Melody Duncan (Hear here; Melody Duncan)

“The Lonely Pines,” Jesse Brewster (Hear here; Crooked Prairie)

“SLIME TIME,” SNAILS (three-song EP; See here; SLUGZ Music)

“God’s Hate,” God’s Hate (Closed Casket Activities)


God is Love, Beres Hammond & Popcaan
Johnny & Jonnie, Twin Shadow
Noyalain (Burn), Lisa Gerrard & Jules Maxwell
Dead Man Walking, The Highway Women
Christian Dior, Jhay Cortez
Stella, Caravãna Sun
Like You Know, Lord Apex
Bound to Fall, Greg Loiacono & Jamie Drake
Right Time, Hot Breath
7 Days, Jakob Mind
carpool, Zachary Knowles
Gently Not Judgingly, Sweet Imperfections
Crash Into Me, Callie Reiff feat. Madison Daniel
Cupid, Communions
Fighting in the Car, joe p
Royal Tide, Abakas
Guilty Pleasure, What If Elephants feat. Flara K
Slow Heart, Twin XL

Switching To Whiskey, Adam Ezra Group
Tell Me Why, Gordon Michaels
The Rhythm of Life, Jace Carrillo
Firefly, Jonny Kosmo
The Huntress Obeyed, Laddermen
The Beauty Is Alive, Mark Mallman
Looking Through the Glass, Kieran Mercer
Don’t Run Your Mouth, Octopus Montage
Sweet Surrender, Jakob Kupferberg
Lost in Translation, Losers
Mister, Ajay Mathur
Untrodden Ways, Samways
We Won’t Run, Cydeways
I’ll Wait For You, Joshua Sade James
She Loves Me Not, Pauly Chance
Life on Land, Dessa


Charles Lloyd (83)
Phil Lesh (81)
Mike Love (80)
Sly Stone (78)
Howard Scott (75)
Ry Cooder (74)
Dee Snider (66)
Sananda Maitreya, formerly Terence Trent D’Arby (59)
Bret Michaels (58)
Rockwell (57)
Mark McGrath (53)
Mark Hoppus (49)
Matt Thomas [of Parmalee] (47)
will.i.am (46)
DJ Joseph Hahn [of Linkin Park] (44)
Young Buck (40)
Ethan Mentzer [of The Click Five] (39)


Scott Asheton [of The Stooges] (1949-2014)

Terry Lightfoot (1935-2013)

Smiley Culture (1963-2011)

Nate Dogg (1969-2011)

Mikey Dread (1954-2008)

Bud Freeman (1906-1991)

Lester Young (1909-1959)


“Destroyer,” KISS (featuring “Beth,” “Shout It Out Loud,” “Detroit Rock City” and “Flaming Youth”; producer: Bob Ezrin; Casablanca)


Reggie Warren (Troop)

Doug Parkinson (Australian musician)

Dion Hirini (guitarist for Paul Kelly and Vika & Linda)


> Grammys 2021: The Complete Winners List (Rolling Stone)

> Drake Makes Historic Hot 100 Start at Nos. 1, 2 & 3, Led by ‘What’s Next’ (Billboard)

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