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Thursday, Feb 7, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Excepter
Kill People [MP3] (from Debt Dept releasing 11 March)
     


Excepter - Burgers


Dead Meadow
What Needs Must Be [MP3]
     


Dog Day
Lydia [MP3]
     


Sleeping, Waiting [MP3]
     


Del the Funky Homosapien
Bubble Pop [MP3]
     


She & Him
Why Do You Let Me Stay Here? [MP3]
     



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Wednesday, Feb 6, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Radar Bros.
Auditorium (full album) [Streaming]


Radar Bros. - When Cold Air Goes to Sleep


British Sea Power
Waving Flags [MP3]
     


British Sea Power - Waving Flags


The Two Man Gentlemen Band
Heavy Petting [MP3]
     


American Music Club
All the Lost Souls Welcome You to San Francisco [MP3]
     


Big Dipper
She’s Fetching [MP3] (Supercluster: The Big Dipper Anthology!, releasing 18 March on Merge)
     



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Friday, Feb 1, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

It’s the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s pop classic, Thriller, and Sony is doing a podcast series all through 2008 in celebration. The series will feature interviews with luminaries such as Akon, Nick Cannon, Chris Brown, will.i.am, Quincy Jones, Imogen Heap, and more. Here’s the teaser and the first episode will run on 12 February.



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Wednesday, Jan 30, 2008
by PopMatters Staff
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This week: If you ever wondered what an actual Backpack Picnic looked like… you obviously spend too much time watching these weirdos. At any rate, the Backpack boy have obliged those curious with this eye-opening episode.


Every week PopMatters will be offering an exclusive early look at a new episode of Backpack Picnic, an online sketch comedy show from ON Networks.


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Tuesday, Jan 29, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Right Hand on My Heart [MP3]
     


 


Clocking in at just 37 minutes, Mission Control may run a little shorter than Give ‘Em All a Big Fat Lip, but its relative brevity insists any listener to take on multiple plays. Like the band, who have since enlisted the permanent addition of bassist Tim Deaux, the album sounds like something complete, that survived the changes that were necessary to make it. It is also something that will in all likelihood end up being one of the best rock albums of the year.—Mike Hilleary


The Whigs on David Letterman



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