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Indie faves Grizzly Bear dropped by David Letterman’s show last night to play “Ready, Able” off Veckatimest, which we slapped a 9 on back in May.

Wildbirds & Peacedrums
The Snake
(The Control Group)
Releasing: 25 August (US/physical) / 7 July 2009 (US/digital)

SONG LIST
01 Island
02 There Is No Light
03 Chain of Steel
04 So Soft So Pink
05 Places
06 Great Lines
07 Today/Tomorrow
08 Liar Lion
09 Who Ho Ho Ho
10 My Heart

Wildbirds & Peacedrums
“There Is No Light” [MP3]
     

Olivia Broadfield
Eyes Wide Open
(Vagrant)
Released: 14 July 2009 (US)

Olivia Broadfield is a new singer-songwriter from the UK whose tunes have been featured on MTV’s The Real World and The Hills. The video for “Silence”, which you can check out below, is a certified hit, making VH1’s Hot 20.

SONG LIST
01 The Weight
02 Don’t Cry
03 Indescribable
04 Holding Onto You
05 Hang On
06 Lost In You
07 Safe
08 Probably Nothing
09 Don’t Let Go
10 Silence
11 Eyes Wide Open
12 Crashing Down
13 Save Me (With Day Life)

Olivia Broadfield
“Don’t Cry” [MP3]
     

 

This time around, the very funny Gregory Brothers give us Congress debating climate change, reaction to Michael Jackson’s death, and of course, more of the amazing Autotuned vocal stylings of Katie Couric. As always, it’s the catchy, catchy music that makes the comedy really work.

Our Lady Peace
Burn Burn
(Sony/Warner)
Releasing: 21 July 2009 (US)

SONG LIST
1. All You Did Was Save My Life
2. Dreamland
3. Monkey Brains
4. The End Is Where We Begin
5. Escape Artist
6. Refuge
7. Never Get Over You
8. White Flags
9. Signs of Life
10. Paper Moon
11. Time Bomb (* Deluxe Only)
12. The Right Stuff (* Deluxe Only)

DVD (* Deluxe Only):
All You Did Was Save My Life (* Live in Studio)
Dreamland (* Live in Studio)
Monkey Brains (* Live in Studio)
Never Get Over You (* Live in Studio)
Refuge (* Live in Studio)
The Right Stuff (* Live in Studio)
All You Did Was Save My Life (Music Video)
The Right Stuff (Music Video)

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The Best and Worst Films of Spring 2015

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"January through April is a time typically made up of award season leftovers, pre-summer spectacle, and more than a few throwaways. Here are PopMatters' choices for the best and worst of the last four months.

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