Top 10 mp3s of the Week (1/20)


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    Stuck between simmering down about Coachella and Tim Tebow’s dishonorable discharge from the NFL playoffs and heating up over SOPA and another weekend of playoff madness? We’ve got just the thing for that: 10 things, in fact. We feel these 10 tracks will serve as a perfect soundtrack to your weekend, whether as glorious victory music or a comforting hand on your shoulder till next season. Best of luck! -Möhammad Choudhery

    Daniel Rossen – “Saint Nothing”

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    Doesn’t it just feel like a Grizzly Bear month? Even though grizzly bears are hibernating during the winter months, their music fits the bleak winter at the new beginning of a year. Unfortunately, there’s no new Grizzly Bear to be heard of (yet), but Daniel Rossen had a solo EP up his sleeve. The Silent Hour/Golden Mile EP is out March 20th via Warp. Here’s a pinch of the flavor that reeks of Grizzly Bear – in a good way. –WR

    “Saint Nothing”:

    Heems – “You Have to Ride the Wave” (Feat. Danny Brown, Mr. Muthafuckin Exquire)

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    Das Racist made a big splash last year with two mixtapes and a full-length with a pop-culture intellect that seemingly has no bounds. So why shouldn’t one of the dudes from Das Racist do it on his own? No reason, apparently. Heebs (born Himanshu Suri) dropped his first solo mixtape for free earlier this week, with the same sort of cleanly produced babble-rap his group is great it, not to mention some truly talented guest artists, as well. Preview a track featuring a hot Danny Brown and a rumbling Mr. Muthafuckin’ Exquire. –WR

    Julianna Barwick – “Never Change”

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    Though I’m willing to bet that albums as breathtakingly beautiful as Julianna Barwick’s debut, The Magic Place, only come once in a lifetime, “Never Change” – a new track she released for free earlier this week and the first we’re hearing from Barwick since the record – really tips the scales against me. Five-and-a-half-minutes of angelic bliss, it serves as a fitting epilogue to her last album and sets the bar high for whatever the Asthmatic Kitty standout does next. –MC

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