March 9, 2012


Free Music: The Walkmen's Joyously Sloppy U2 Medley & More

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Jason Merritt/FilmMagic

The Walkmen: "Pride (In the Name of Love)/With Or Without You/Sunday Bloody Sunday"
While recording their new album, the Walkmen “blew off steam” by tearing through three U2 songs in a raucous, incredibly fun pisstake medley. The most aural fun you’ll have all week. [TheWalkmenMusic]

Titus Andronicus: “Ecce Homo,” “Still Life With Hot Deuce,” and “Silver Platter”
The hyper-literate New York indie darlings previewed three new tunes on stage. [Stereogum]

White Fence: “King of the Decade”
A beautiful, George Harrison-esque lo-fi pop song. He has an upcoming collaborative album with Ty Segall, so keep an eye on this guy. [Pitchfork]

Paul Wall: “That’s The Way Luv Goes”
Have you eagerly been awaiting a new song from Nelly’s “Grillz” guest rapper? No? Okay. [TheFader]

Guided By Voices: “Keep It In Motion”
First single from the lo-fi legends upcoming 18th (wha?) LP. [CoS]

Matt Skiba and the Sekrets: “All Fall Down”
The Alkaline Trio frontman does the pop-punk thing solo. Plus whoever the Sekrets are. [Spinner]