After Apple’s Nano announcement on Wednesday, my iPod was feeling fat and sluggish. But now it’s been rejuvinated by these hot leaks:
Nada Surf – “Blankest Year”
Barsuk boys’ pop is even more impressive when you realize their most memorable tunes are often only two minutes long.
Download MP3 at Jefitoblog
Franz Ferdinand – “Eleanor Put Your Boots On”
Do you wanna hear new Franz (even if the beginning rips of Blur’s “The Universal”)?
Download MP3 at Dreams Of Horses
Rogue Wave – “Everyday”
Cover tune from the soundtrack to Stubbs The Zombie, a videogame about 1950s zombies (the best kind of zombies IMHO).
Download MP3 at Moistworks
Gang Of Four – “To Hell With Poverty (Go Home Productions Mix)”
Mash-up maestros reimagine a post-punk classic for the forthcoming GO4 remix CD.
Download MP3 at Banana Nutrament
Dios Malos – “My Broken Bones”
New disc’s been dubbed Dios (Malos). I think they’re still sore about having to change their name.
Download MP3 at Bars And Guitars
Metric – “Police And The Private”
My new favorite Metric song.
Download MP3 at Fluxblog
Boards Of Canada – “Peacock Tail”
The best BOC songs are the creepy ones. “Peacock” doesn’t fit the bill like “Chromakey Dreamcoat” does, but snatch anyway.
Download MP3 at Bomarr Blog
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