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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Panda Bear, Foo Fighters Lead this Week's Crop of New Releases

Posted By on Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 12:31 PM

Vintage Vinyl General Manager, Leon Reed, with some of this week's releases - CHRISSY WILMES
  • Chrissy Wilmes
  • Vintage Vinyl General Manager, Leon Reed, with some of this week's releases

Every week, we'll ask your local record store clerks to advise you on which new releases are worth your hard-earned pennies. Today, Vintage Vinyl General Manager Leon Reed fills us in on a particularly strong crop.

"This week we have the new Foo Fighters CD, the new Paul Simon, new Mike Watt, who will be at the store Thursday. if you're looking for the hottest new Hip-hop release this week, it's Atmosphere, and we also got in the new Panda Bear, new Bob Dylan in concert.... so there's a little something for everybody. This week the most anticipated release is Panda Bear, that's the one that I've gotten the most calls about so far."

A fan video for "Last Night at the Jetty" from Panda Bear's Tomboy

Other highlights: TV on the Radio's latest, Nine Types of Light, also drops this week, and is streaming for free at Rhapsody. Additionally, TVOTR is playing at Loufest II in August -- exciting news from a band who hasn't stopped through St. Louis in years.

The official video for "Will Do" from TVOTR's Nine Types of Light

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