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by PopMatters Staff

3 Aug 2009


The Raveonettes
In and Out of Control
(Vice)
Releasing: 6 October (US)

SONG LIST
01 Bang!
02 Gone Forever
03 Last Dance
04 Boys Who Rape (Should All Be Destroyed)
05 Heart of Stone
06 Oh, I Buried You Today
07 Suicide
08 D.R.U.G.S.
09 Breaking Into Cars
10 Break Up Girls!
11 Wine

The Raveonettes
“Suicide” [MP3]
     

by PopMatters Staff

3 Aug 2009


Arctic Monkeys showed off a new song at All Points West this past week.

by PopMatters Staff

3 Aug 2009


Fink
Sort of Revolution
(Ninja Tune)
Releasing: 15 September (US)

SONG LIST
01 Sort of Revolution
02 Move on Me
03 Six Weeks
04 Nothing Is Ever Finished
05 See It All
06 Q & A  
07 If I Had a Million
08 Pigtails  
09 Maker
10 Walking in the Sun

SONG LIST FOR SINGLE
01 Sort of Revolution (The Cinematic Orchestra Radio Edit)
02 Sort of Revolution (French Radio Edit)
03 Don’t Look Down
04 Sort of Revolution (Sideshow Dub)
05 Sort of Revolution (The Cinematic Orchestra Remix)

Fink
“Sort of Revolution (The Cinematic Orchestra Remix)” [MP3]
     

by PopMatters Staff

3 Aug 2009


Arctic Monkeys covered Nick Cave at All Points West last week. The band’s new album, Humbug, drops later this month on the 24th.

by PopMatters Staff

3 Aug 2009


Roy Hargrove Big Band
Emergence
(Groovin’ High/Emarcy)
Releasing: 25 August (US)

PopMatters jazz trumpet fave Roy Hargrove is releasing his first ever big band album this month. Hargrove claims as influences for his big band approach such masters as Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, and Duke Ellington. Readers in L.A. can catch the band at the Hollywood Bowl on August 26th.

SONG LIST
01 Velera
02 Ms. Garvey, Ms. Garvey
03 My Funny Valentine
04 Mambo for Roy
05 Requiem
06 September in the Rain
07 Every Time We Say Goodbye
08 La Puerta
09 Roy Allan
10 Tschpiso
11 Trust

Roy Hargrove Big Band
“Ms. Garvey, Ms. Garvey” [MP3]
     

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