Thursday, April 2, 2009

New music roundup

It's been a while since I've trawled the blogs to bring you some new music that other people have stolen and uploaded. Let me correct the error forthwith.

:: Little Boots - New In Town (Fred Falke Remix). Little Victoria Hesketh has been unusually quiet since she was named the "Sound of 2009" back in January (although the Guardian's interactive graph of new bands suggests she's still outperforming her rivals), but here is her first proper single of the year in slammin' remix form.

:: Fiona Apple - Why Try To Change Me Now? . Exquisite jazzy cover version of the old Cy Coleman track. Delicious.

:: Eels - Fresh Blood. Werewolf-themed potboiler from Mark Oliver Everett's first new album in four years.

:: Coldplay - Viva La Vida (DiscoTech Mix). Terrible indie bollocks rescued by ridonculous acid house synths.

:: Fischerspooner - Supply & Demand. Moody electronic noodling direct from a 1980s Pet Shop Boys b-side. Not entirely unpleasant.

:: Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Zero (NASA remix). Completely inessential compared to the original, yet oddly compelling when cycling into work.

:: Peter Bjorn & John - Nothing To Worry About. A hybrid of Royksopp and Go Team this will frighten fans of Young Folks but delight people who like Lykke Li.

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