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New Tunes Tuesday: Andrew Bird, Chad Valley, Rod Stewart(?!)


Except for one release, this week might be one of those weeks to revisit all of the other great albums that have dropped so far in 2012 -- and maybe start putting together your Top 10 list, because people are gonna wanna know.---

Must Have:
Andrew Bird, Hands of Glory

”Three White Horses”

Best Ambient Slow-Dance Music Featuring a High Falsetto:
Chad Valley Young Hunger:

”Fall 4 U (feat. Glasser)”

Best Midwest New Wave Reissue:
The Faint, Danse Macabre

”Agenda Suicide”

It’s Too Early for Christmas Music, Especially from This Guy:
Rod Stewart, Merry Christmas, Baby

”Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! ”

Honorable Mentions:
Cody ChesnuTT, Landing on a Hundred
Indian Handcrafts, Civil Disobedience For Losers
Mixtapes, How to Throw a Successful Party
The Scenics, Dead Man Walks Down Bayview