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Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

Classify this mashup of Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” and Biggie’s “Party and Bullshit” by Hathbanger under “guilty pleasure”. Somehow Biggie’s verses make singing along to Miley’s chorus okay.



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Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

If I were getting dumped (and also in a band), the chorus of this song, “Don’t get me wrong, I like you / but I don’t like your band”, would be the least comforting thing I could imagine hearing. Here I am in a perfectly fine, mutually affectionate relationship, and it all turns to garbage. For what, Annie? My band? I thought we had something.


Annie
I Don’t Like Your Band [MP3]     



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Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

Embryonic is out, and this is on it. The album version features Karen O—no such luck for the still-lovely Conan performance:



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Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

Múm member Ólöf Arnalds’ debut, Við og Við, came out three years ago in Iceland, and finally hits the States on November 17th. Here are “Klara” from the album and a cover of John Prine’s “We’re Not the Jet Set” live in the KEXP studio.



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Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

In honor of Devendra Banhart’s major label debut, What Will We Be, the musician has released an unofficial video for the album’s 13th track “Walillamdzi”. The video features images from the recording sessions, which took place this past spring in Northern California. Two of the album’s singles, “Baby” and “Angelika”, are also available for streaming via Devendra’s MySpace. What Will We Be is due out 27 October, 2009 on Warner Bros. Records; it was co-produced by Banhart and Paul Butler (from UK outfit Band of Bees).



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