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New Tunes Tuesday: Tallest Man on Earth, These United States

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This week is filled with lots and lots of mediocrity. Here’s a few of the standouts with videos.---

Must Have:
The Tallest Man on Earth, There’s No Leaving Now:


”1904”

Best of the Rest:
These United States, These United States,:


Album trailer

Biggest Letdown:
Metric, Synthetica:


”Youth Without Youth”

Best Album to Nap To:
Jaill, Traps


Full Album Stream

Best Album to Have a Dance Party After A Nap To:
Hot Chip, In Our Heads


”Night & Day”

Honorable Mentions:
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Big Station
Guided by Voices, Class Clown Spots a UFO
The dB’s, Falling Off the Sky
Wintersleep, Hello Hum