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March 2010

Vampire Weekend - “Holiday” (Live @ Jimmy Fallon) (video)

Will the Vampire Weekend promo blitz ever end? Number one on the album charts isn’t enough for these guys or their label. I guess

She & Him - Volume Two (new album / MP3 / video)

She & Him Volume Two (Merge) Releasing: 23 March M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel bring their second collaboration to light on 23 March, with 11 new original songs

Morrissey - “Ganglord” (video)

Morrissey goes all Wings of Desire on his latest video, a tune from the 2009 b-sides compilation Swords. Craig Carson said of this song last year: “‘

The Church North American Tour April-May 2010 (video)

The Church tour North America to celebrate three decades together.

Inlets - “Bright Orange Air” (video)

In advance of his new album Inter Arbiter, Inlets a.k.a Sebastian Krueger premieres his new video for “Bright Orange Air”, a bit of

Solange Knowles - “Stillness Is the Move”

This song has been circulating on the web for the past few weeks now, but even if you have heard it before, it is certainly

Andy Samberg Guest Stars on ‘The Sarah Silverman Program’ (video)

This week on The Sarah Silverman Program, two of the most subversive, non sequitur, absurdest comedians in entertainment joined forces to make some of the

Bonobo - Black Sands (new album / MP3 / video)

Bonobo Black Sands (Ninja Tune) Releasing: 6 April British electronic master Bonobo unleashes his latest LP right after SXSW and it’s his first full-length work

Broken Bells - “The Ghost Inside” (Live @ Jimmy Fallon) (video)

Broken Bells continue their promotional blitz this week with a stop by Fallon’s stage last night to play “The Ghost Inside”.

Pavement Redux: Greatest Hits That Never Were (streams)

Pavement’s best-of compilation, Quarantine the Past, is the greatest album you shouldn’t buy.  It’s a (mostly) well-chosen, nicely packaged collection of

February 2010

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