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Pause & Play Today: March 17, 2023

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“Kismet,” Belinda Carlisle – May 12, 2023

“Drastic Symphonies,” Def Leppard – May 19, 2023

“Grass Roots,” Leftover Salmon – May 19, 2023

“Deathbed Confessions,” Hannah Rose Platt – May 19, 2023

“Rodney Rice,” Rodney Rice – May 19, 2023

“The Big Mess,” Tanlines – May 19, 2023

“Everyone’s Crushed,” Water From Your Eyes – May 26, 2023

“Whitsitt Chapel,” Jelly Roll – June 2, 2023

“LaVette!,” Bettye LaVette – June 16, 2023

“King of a Land,” Yusuf / Cat Stevens – June 16, 2023

“Blackout,” From Ashes to New – July 28, 2023

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“Live From Mabuhay Gardens: November 14, 1980,” Romeo Void – April 21, 2023

“Essential Artist Collection,” Marcia Griffiths – May 12, 2023


“The Hurting,” Tears For Fears – May 12, 2023

“Watch Me,” Labi Siffre – May 26, 2023

“24K Magic,” Bruno Mars – Aug. 4, 2023


“Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton, and Me,” Bernie Taupin – Sept. 12, 2023

“Hip Hop Family Tree,” Ed Piskor – Oct. 17, 2023

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]JUST RELEASED[/su_highlight] (surprise releases + more)

“On Top of the Covers,” T-Pain (Nappy Boy Entertainment / EMPIRE)

“Kx5,” Kx5 (debut album from Kaskade and deadmau5; guests: The Moth & The Flame, SOFI TUKKER, Hayla, James French; Hear here; mau5trap / Arkade)

“10,000 gecs,” 100 gecs (new single: “Dumbest Girl Alive”; See here; Dog Show / Atlantic)

“Inventions / Reinventions,” Dan Tepfer (Hear here; StorySound)

“Aquarium Drunkard Lagniappe Session (V3),” Robert Walter (Hear here; Royal Potato Family)

“That’s Life,” FIDLAR (six-song EP; new single: “On Drugs”; FIDLAR)

“Beginnings,” Ascher (U.S. prog rock group’s debut album; Hear here; Ascher)

“I’ll Never Understand,” Judelyn (Cleveland-based 18-year-old singer-songwriter’s debut album; Hear here; White Butterfly Entertainment)

“Ambassador, Vol. 2,” Anthony Mascia (first single: “New Beauty, Old Soul”; producers: Richard Pilkington, Mascia; Hear here; Anthony Mascia)

“Beyond,” Railer (Randall Scott White)

“IN MY HEAD,” JSHELL (NYC-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist created videos for all 15 tracks; guests: Steve Hackett, Katie Jacoby, Jake Cinninger, Scott Metzger; See here; Tater Mansion Tunes)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]NEW SONGS[/su_highlight] (click on title to stream)

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All of the Girls You Loved Before, Eyes Open (Taylor’s Version), If This Was a Movie (Taylor’s Version), Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version), Taylor Swift
Set Me Free Pt. 2, Jimin
5 Leaf Clover, Luke Combs
Eat Your Young, Hozier
To Be Yours, ODESZA feat. Claud
Silver Lining, Jesus Piece
$#!7CANNED, Neon Straightjackets
Back After Sunrise, Holly Henderson
Call Me Crazy, Shelby Raye
Sinews, Spaceships
Where I Want to Be, The City Lines
Daddy’s Little Heart Attack, Jenna Devries
Loops & Tings, Ginchy & Johan Gielen
Sideshow, BENTLE
We Love the Night, The Gemini Affair
Believe (Silkky Remix), 3CHO
Glimmer, Michael Hamilton
Water Ma Seeds, Okie Doke
Seg Fault, American Trappist
Final Day, Bring the Hoax
Failed at Math(s), Panchiko
Skies Are Weeping, Coldbound
Irish Blessing, Joetown

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[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS[/su_highlight]

Today’s Birthdays

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Paul Beasley (Blind Boys of Alabama)

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]MUSIC HEADLINES[/su_highlight]

> The Cure’s Robert Smith ‘Sickened’ by ‘Ticketmaster Fees Debacle’ for Upcoming North American Tour | Variety

> Posthumous Coolio Album ‘Long Live Coolio’ Features Too $hort, Naughty By Nature’s Treach | Billboard

> Stephen Sondheim’s Last Musical Finds a New York City Stage | The Associated Press

> Bandcamp Workers Form Union: ‘It’s Not Enough to Get Small Wins Alone’ | Rolling Stone

[su_highlight background=”#f29999″]TOUR NEWS[/su_highlight] (see more Tour Dates)

> Sigur Rós Announce 2023 Orchestra Tour | Pitchfork

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