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Sunday, Mar 2, 2008
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The Orb
Vuja De [MP3] (from Vuja De released 19 February)
     


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Curumin
Compacto [MP3]
     


The Roots
75 Bars (Black’s Reconstruction) [Video]


Jim Lauderdale
Honey Suckle Honey Pie [MP3]
     


What Made Milwaukee Famous
Resistance Street [MP3]
     


Minus the Bear
Throwin’ Shapes [MP3]
     


Del the Funky Homosapien
Workin’ It [Video]



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Thursday, Feb 28, 2008
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Hysterics
Radical Chic [MP3]
     


Mostly Untitled [MP3]
     


Chatham County Line
Birmingham Jail [MP3] (from IV releasing 4 March)
     


Great Northern
Telling Lies [MP3] (from Sleepie Eepie EP releasing 18 March)
     


The Photon Band
Thinkin’ Boutchoo [MP3]
     


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


The Ruby Suns
Tane Mahuta [Video]


Beach House
Heart of Chambers [Video]



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Wednesday, Feb 27, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

The Red Stick Ramblers
Made in the Shade [Video]


Here’s to Made in the Shade, a foot-tappin’, energetic standout by the Red Stick Ramblers. Midway through the opening title track, lead vocalist Linzay Young confirms what you already know—you are in a place where Texas swing, Cajun music, and N’awlins jazz mix and mingle (“it comes from Opelousas / and it’s made in the shade”). When he adds that “chances are / my back pocket’s got a little thirst aid”, you have no doubt that beverage is white lightnin’. The Red Stick Ramblers offer you a drink and tug you onto the dance floor.—Mark W. Adams


Nick Lowe
I Love My Label [MP3]
     


Panther
Violence, Diamonds [MP3]
     


On the Lam (Copy remix) [MP3]
     


Astrid Williamson
I Am the Boy for You [MP3]
     


Apes
Beat of the Double [MP3]
     


The Teenagers
Starlett Johansson [MP3]
     



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Tuesday, Feb 26, 2008
by PopMatters Staff

Richard Hawley
Live at Other Music [Video]


Jim White
Crash into the Sun [MP3] (from Transnormal Skipperoo releasing 4 March)
     


Dirtbombs
Sherlock Holmes [MP3] (from We Have You Surrounded releasing 11 March)
     


Flowers Forever
Black Rosary [MP3]
     


Beach Bum [MP3]
     


Happy New Year [MP3]
     


The Kooks
Always Where I Need to Be [Video]


Frightened Rabbit
Heads Roll Off [Video]



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Tuesday, Feb 26, 2008
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The Clash - Live: Revolution Rock
This new Clash live show documentary will be airing on PBS stations in the US in March and will be coming to DVD via Sony/Legacy on 15 April. The 60-minute program highlights some of the best performances from the seminal band’s all-too-brief career, ranging from live-in-studio bits to playing Shea Stadium during the Combat Rock tour.


The Raveonettes
Aly, Walk With Me [MP3]
     


Todos Tus Muertos
Andate [MP3]
     


Legendary Argentine rasta-punk band’s greatest hits record makes their music available in the United States for the first time in ten years. A unique mixture of social messages and massive doses of punk, ragga, reggae and raw energy.


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Everthus the Deadbeats
Organics Mechanics [MP3]
     


Eric Matthews
Little 18 [MP3]
     



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