The Lodger, Booka Shade, Ratatat...

by PopMatters Staff

27 May 2008

 

The Lodger

“Second album from this Leeds pop group that stands tall with classics from the likes of The Go-Betweens, Aztec Camera and Orange Juice.”—Slumberland Records

The Good Old Days [MP3]
     

The Conversation [MP3]
     

A Year Since Last Summer [MP3]
     

Booka Shade
The Sun and the Neon Light [MP3]
     

Ratatat
Mirando [MP3]
     

Tricky
Council Estate [Video]

Vetiver
Blue Driver [MP3]
     

Buy at Rhapsody

Black Taj
Fresh Air Traverse [MP3]
     

Buy at iTunes Music Store

Presto

“Organic, soulful and refreshingly contemporary, Presto has spent the last decade perfecting a production style that infuses hard-hitting hip hop beats with an ethereal touch of jazz.”—Concrete Grooves

Conquer Mentally (feat. Sadat X, O.C., & Large Professor) [MP3]
     

Pour Another Glass (feat. Blu) [MP3]
     

On (feat. LOWD) [MP3]
     

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