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New Tunes Tuesday: Efterklang, Murder By Death, Talib Kweli

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It's hard to follow up the past few weeks' releases -- some of the best all year -- but, luckily, there's plenty of whiskey-drinking music this week, along with some melodic pop to welcome autumn.---

Must Have:
Efterklang Piramida


”Hollow Mountain”

Must Have:
Murder By Death, Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon


”Ramblin”

Best Train-Hopping Music:
Larry & His Flask, Hobo’s Lament


”Hobo’s Lament”

Best Collaborative Effort:
Preservation Hall Jazz Band, St. Peter & 57th


Album Teaser

Best Conscious Hip-Hop:
Talib Kweli, Prisoner of Consciousness


”Distractions”

Honorable Mentions:
DeadMaus5, album title goes here
Dragonette, Bodyparts
Gatekeeper, Exo
Ozomatli, OzoKids