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Dan Wilson Steps Back In Front Of The Mic With "Disappearing"

Dan Wilson Steps Back In Front Of The Mic With “Disappearing”

Dan Wilson is back with a very pretty new tune.

Francis & The Lights Preview Like A Dream With "Tomorrow"

Francis & The Lights Preview Like A Dream With “Tomorrow”

New music from our friends to the North.

The Singles Bar: "Young Legs" by Anthony Green (Circa Survive)

The Singles Bar: “Young Legs” by Anthony Green (Circa Survive)

Circa Survive’s Anthony Green is back, with young legs. And “Young Legs.”

Is Wayne Brady Gonna Have To Choke Robert Glasper & Norah Jones?

Is Wayne Brady Gonna Have To Choke Robert Glasper & Norah Jones?

The Robert Glasper Experiment is joined by Norah Jones for another slice of tasty soulfulness from ‘Black Radio 2.”

The Fray? 'Zat You?

The Fray? ‘Zat You?

The Fray is back. Except they kinda don’t sound like The Fray any more. Good or bad thing? You decide.

The Singles Bar: Chromeo, "Sexy Socialite"

The Singles Bar: Chromeo, “Sexy Socialite”

It’s been three years since we’ve had a full length from Chromeo, and 2010′s Business Casual carried on in much the same vein as their previous work. The funky duo let “Over Your Shoulder” loose last month,  and now we get another taste of the upcoming White Women LP in “Sexy Socialite.” (Props for the Morris Day and the Time reference!) The track is more of the same: a sleek, funky throwback to early ’80s electro and italo disco. It’s [...]

A Perfect Circle, By and Down: The Singles Bar Review

A Perfect Circle, By and Down: The Singles Bar Review

Fittingly, on a Monday to cure the blues away, Alt-Rock super-group A Perfect Circle return with their first new studio output in just under a decade.  It’s both shocking and makes me feel incredibly old to know that it’s been that long since one of my favorite atmospheric rock band’s has made new music.  I also long for them to return to the studio and continue to release beautiful music together.  This track is no exception.  While its emergence can [...]

Crosses, The Epilogue: The Singles Bar Review

Crosses, The Epilogue: The Singles Bar Review

Chino Moreno slows for no man.  The deftones released Koi No Yokan just last year.   Palms, Moreno’s fledgling side project with former Isis members, released their debut LP this past Spring/Summer.  And now, new music and a new label for what’s been loosely described as his ‘Witchhouse Project,’ with former Far guitarist Shaun Lopez and Chuck Doom.  While EP-3 is still about a month off (release date: 11/12/2013), the first textures have emerged in the form of first single, [...]

Justin Timberlake Goes For The TKO With His New Single

Justin Timberlake Goes For The TKO With His New Single

The second single from the second part of Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience is out. Is it truly a TKO?

Antlered Man, "GDZ": The Singles Bar Review

Antlered Man, “GDZ”: The Singles Bar Review

Antlered Man preview their upcoming October release with a heavy new track called “GDZ” and Popblerd has your review!

The Foreign Exchange Previews Love In Flying Colors With "Call It Home/Pity"

The Foreign Exchange Previews Love In Flying Colors With “Call It Home/Pity”

The ever-soulful Foreign Exchange previews their upcoming fourth album with a double banger.

The Singles Bar: Tears for Fears, "Ready to Start"

The Singles Bar: Tears for Fears, “Ready to Start”

New Wave legends Tears for Fears surprised fans with their first new recording in nine years: a cover of Arcade Fire’s “Ready to Start.” It might be crazy to call a band with 16 U.K. Top 40 hits “underrated,” but Tears for Fears – to this writer – have only seemed to earn the respect they truly deserve in recent times. In the last decade, Gary Jules and Michael Andrews had a U.K. chart-topper with a mournful cover of the band’s “ Mad World ,” [...]