First Listen: The Postal Service Release New Song ”A Tattered Line Of StringOff ‘Give Up’ Reissue | HP Ent

Watch: Video Premiere of Hoodie Allen's New Song “Cake Boy" | XXL

First Listen: New Justin Timberlake Song - “Mirrors” off The 20/20 Experience

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First Listen: “Tattoo” off Stephen Lynch’s new album Lion, set to be released Nov. 13 | Laughspin

I was just wondering what happened to Lynch.

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Flight of the Conchords - ‘Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)’

Bret and Jemaine’s new charity single was inspired by these hilarious conversations with cute New Zealand children.

First Listen: New Mumford & Sons - “I Will Wait”

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Hear a New Bob Dylan Song, ‘Early Roman Kings’ … in a Promo for Cinemax’s show ‘Strike Back’ | Vulture

First Listen: Hoodie Allen - “Hey Now” (NEW SONG) (by wearehoodie)

Can’t tell if ‘How to Make It in America’ reference is ironic or not. 

Childish Gambino - “Untitled”

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Ben Folds Five is back: The piano-rock legends, last heard from around 2000 (though the namesake has been busy), has a new song called “Do It Anyway” as part of their planned reunion. Whaddya guys think?

Nice!

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Song of the Day: The Early November - “Close To You” [rough mix]

For a rough mix, this sounds slammin! We can’t wait to hear the mastered track.

New fun. Song - “Carry On” | FILTER Magazine

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Mumford and Sons, ‘Ghosts’

The return of Mumfordmania is imminent, as the British quartet have been road-testing an album’s worth of new material ever since the release of their 2009 breakout debut, Sigh No More. Most notably, “Home” and “Lover’s Eyes” picked up on the promise of early material by offering plenty of sing-along arrangements and evocative moments primed for an even wider audience. Now comes “Ghosts” — according to Ben Lovett, or “Ghosts That We Knew,” if it’s up to Marcus Mumford — via a recent live performance on Radio 104.5. By the looks of things, no sophomore slump is in sight. Hear the tune above.

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