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New Tunes Tuesday: Devendra Banhart, David Bowie


This week, the best album-release week so far in 2013, is brimming with solid tunes.---

Must Have:
Devendra Banhart, Mala

”Fur Hildegard von Bingen”

Best Dramatic Reinvention (yet again!):
David Bowie, The Next Day:

”Where Are We Now”

Sleek and Earnest :
The Mary Onettes, Hit the Waves:

”Evil Coast”

Best Soul Dub:
Wild Belle, Isles:

”It’s Too Late”

Honorable Mentions:
Bon Jovi, What About Now
Citizens, Citizens
Off With Their Heads, Home