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New Tunes Tuesday: Kimbra, Garbage, Exitmusic


How about a few less words and a little more music?---

Must Have:
Kimbra, Vows

”Cameo Lover”

Most likely to induce an hypnotic trance:
Mount Eerie, Clear Moon

”House Shape”

Well, hello again, 1995:
Garbage, Not Your Kind of People

”Blood for Poppies”

Dark, dank and delightful:
Exitmusic, Passage


Honorable Mentions:
Gossip, A Joyful Noise
Cory Brannan, Mutt
The Cult, Choice of Weapons
Tedeschi Trucks Band, Everybody’s Talkin’
Dan Sartain, Too Tough to Live

Join City Weekly music editor Austen Diamond on Twitter: @AustenDiamond