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Thursday, Nov 12, 2009

“Papillon” is the first single from Editors’ third album, In This Light and on This Evening, set to be released in the US on 19 January 2010. The album has already seen the light of day in the UK and debuted at #1. This marks the third release for Editors, whose first album, An End Has a Start, went platinum in ‘07. You can stream “Papillon” here if you have QuickTime.


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Tuesday, Nov 10, 2009

In anticipation of their debut release, Them Crooked Vultures are streaming every single song on their new album for free! The self-titled record is officially due out November 16th in the U.K. and November 17th in the U.S. As an added bonus, iTunes downloads will include two bonus songs from the band. Bonus!



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Thursday, Nov 5, 2009

Norah Jones
The Fall
(Blue Note)
Release: 17 November


Norah Jones is debuting her latest as part of NPR’s “Exclusive New Music” series. You can stream the album in its entirety over at the NPR website. This time around, Jones worked with the likes of Ryan Adams and Tom Waits, but her new album is no doubt still very jazzy, very adult contemporary.


SONG LIST
01 Chasing Pirates
02 Even Though
03 Light As A Feather
04 Young Blood
05 I Wouldn’t Need You
06 Waiting
07 It’s Gonna Be
08 You’ve Ruined me
09 Back To Manhattan
10 Stuck
11 December
12 Tell Yer Mama
13. Man of the Hour


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Wednesday, Nov 4, 2009

Them Crooked Vultures have officially released their second single “Mind Eraser, No Chaser” for free(!) on iTunes, and you can also stream it on YouTube. The band’s self-titled debut album is due out 17 November in the U.S. and Canada on DGC/Interscope Records. The first single “New Fang” premiered last week.




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Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

Don’t get too excited, “Heaven Can Wait” is not a cover of the Meat Loaf ballad from Bat Out of Hell, but the wispy voices of Charlotte and Beck over the otherwise chunky, clumsy track from the upcoming IRM (releasing in January) has its own appeal. The album’s title track is also available to download with an e-mail sign-up at Charlotte’s web site.



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