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Joe Nichols, “Take It Off”

Jun 27, 2011 6:00 AM by Staff
Joe Nichols, “Take It Off”

Summertime is in full effect, and Joe Nichols wants you to “Take it Off!” No, not your clothes (well, not all of them)– Joe’s talkin’ about taking off your Jeep top, your bottle top, and everything else you need to take off to let loose and have a good time down by the water this summer.

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My Morning Jacket, “Circuital”

Jun 27, 2011 6:00 AM by Anngie
My Morning Jacket, “Circuital”

No longer technically an “indie”-rock band, My Morning Jacket is on its way to superstardom, with new album Circuital debuting at #5 on the Billboard charts the week of its release. The album’s title track is a stunner, combining the ethereal hums of singer/guitarist Jim James with the band’s solid, Southern-influenced rhythms.

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Brett Dennen, “Surprise, Surprise”

Jun 27, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Brett Dennen, “Surprise, Surprise”

There’s no mistaking singer/songwriter Brett Dennen‘s red hair or his fragile yet upbeat voice. On his new album, Loverboy, Dennen returns with a new set of charming pop songs that explore big subjects like love, death and pain with a disarming levity. Single “Surprise, Surprise” shows him working his deft touch as a musician and lyricist.

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Casiokids, “Fot i hose”

Jun 26, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Casiokids, “Fot i hose”

Pop group Casiokids was founded in 2005 in Bergen, Norway and is today known for its theatrical live performances. It cites a wide range of influences including New Order, Paul Simon, Fela Kuti, King Tubby, Cornelius, and Gorillaz.

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Trackademicks, ‘Fool On The Hill” feat. Phonte

Jun 26, 2011 6:00 AM by Staff
Trackademicks, ‘Fool On The Hill” feat. Phonte

Honor Roll member/producer Trackademicks hooks up with Phonte of Little Brother/Foreign Exchange fame as they split mic duties on “Fool on the Hill,” the first single from his debut album, State of the Arts.

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Of Montreal, "Coquet Coquette"

Jun 25, 2011 6:00 AM by Staff
Of Montreal, "Coquet Coquette"

As one of the best indie-dance acts of last year, Of Montreal didn’t waste any time with their 2010 release, False Priest. The single “Coquet Coquette” starts out funky, then gets all crazy and spacey at the end. That’s expected and that’s why we like them.

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Bryan J, “One More Chance”

Jun 25, 2011 6:00 AM by Anngie
Bryan J, “One More Chance”

Step aside Justin Bieber, there’s a new heartthrob in town.

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Wu-Tang, “Only The Rugged Survive”

Jun 24, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Wu-Tang, “Only The Rugged Survive”

One of hip-hop’s longest-running and most influential groups, Wu-Tang is back at it with new album Legendary Weapons, featuring the hard-hitting single “Only The Rugged Survive.”

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OK Go, “All Is Not Lost”

Jun 24, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin

OK Go rose to fame on the strength of some hilarious music videos, but with their new live album 180/365, which features 15 tracks cherry picked from 180 concerts, they are out to prove they are more than just an internet meme. If you ever had doubts about their legitimacy as a real band, check out album highlight “All Is Not Lost.”

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Mumford & Sons, “The Cave” (Live)

Jun 24, 2011 6:00 AM by Will Durkin
Mumford & Sons, “The Cave” (Live)

One of the highlights from Mumford & Sons‘ breakout debut album Sigh No More, “The Cave” shows the London boys at their best. And today’s Free MP3 is an exclusive live version of the song, recorded by our friends in L.A. at a special daytime session during Coachella!

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