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New Tunes Tuesday: Local Natives, Tegan & Sara, Ducktails

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The sophomore slump(ish), a reverb-heavy debut, a side project and dose of girl pop -- all on deck for this Tuesday-release day..---

Must Have:
Local Natives, Hummingbird


”Breakers”

Most Dripping Wet Reverb:
The History of Apple Pie, Out of View:


”Glitch”

Best Smooth, Kinda Fuzzy Indie:
Ducktails, The Flower Lane


”The Flower Lane”

Best Dose of Sisterly Pop:
Tegan & Sara, Heartthrob


”Closer”

Honorable Mentions:
Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite, Get Up!
Blue Sky Riders, Finally Home
Chelsea Wolfe, Prayer for the Unborn
Fiction Family, Reunion