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New Tunes Tuesday: The Knife, Kurt Vile, Young Man


Two must-have releases, one killer surprise and a blast from the past round out this week's top CD releases.---

Must Have:
The Knife Shaking the Habitual

”Full of Fire”

Another Must Have:
Kurt Vile, Wakin On a Pretty Daze

”Wakin On a Pretty Daze”

Best Southern California Brothers Band (out this week):
Dawes, Stories Don’t End:

”From a Window Seat”

Best Blast From the Past:
OMD, Eglish Electric:

album preview

Best Surprise:
Young Man, Beyond Was All Around Me:


Honorable Mentions:
James Blake, Overgrown
Sad Baby Wolf, Electric Sounds
Villagers, {Awayland}
White Fence, Cyclops Reap