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Often eclipsed by its far more famous 1972 predecessor Obscured By Clouds, which introduced the world to classic rock radio staples like “Wots… Uh the Deal?” and “Absolutely Curtains,” Pink Floyd’s eighth studio album, a relentlessly upbeat concept album concerning the largest satellite in the solar system’s shadowy backside, certainly deserves a second look. ~ James Monger
Those laboring under the misconception that “Southern rock” can’t be thoughtful, witty, and literate as well as instrumentally expansive are proven wrong by Randall Bramblett’s two underappreciated ‘70s Polydor albums, thankfully reissued decades later as a two-fer on Bramblett’s own label.~ Dave Lynch
The Poplist with Dungeonesse
Dungeonesse is Jenn from Wye Oak and Jon from Art Department, and they make super good R&B and pop tracks on their brand new s/t debut, and we want you to check it -- and Jon's list of hott mixtapes -- out now!
The Mod Jazz series has more than a half-dozen volumes, each of them chock full of classic nuggets of the '60s, a time when jazz was at its most grooving, poppy, and driven. If you've only heard George Benson's mid-'70s version of "Summertime," check out the 1966 edition for 2-½ minutes of brilliance. ~ John Bush
The Poplist with Anamanaguchi
Made out of hacked video game cartridges and heavy metal guitars, Anamanaguchi's music is a total pop thrill ride. Their second album Endless Fantasy is out now and they've honored us with some very cool lists.Let's Play
New Releases Roundup: Week of 5/14/13
Get a quick rundown of some of this week's hottest new releases, including Demi Lovato's declaration of independence, Vampire Weekend's successfully scale back sound, and George Strait laid-back latest.Tune In