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Friday, August 7, 2009

Free Candy: Beth Ditto is down for whatever

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Simian Mobile Disco feat. Beth Ditto "Cruel Intentions"
She's everywhere! Here, she spends most of the track holding back, letting the cold, future disco beat plop along. Until that triumphant chorus, which appropriately kicks in gear with a sustained "Finally!" [Audiodrums]

A Tribe Called Quest "Bounce to Wreck Ya Body" (White Label Remix)
An alternate version to "The Chase, Part II" from "Midnight Marauders." Breezier and sillier than the original, but like everything from Tribe in the mid-'90s, the JAM. More rare Tribe gems here, too. [Tumble Fever]

Destroyer "Bay of Pigs"
If you're the type of person who can get down with protracted droning, obtuse lyrics and strange voices, this is the best thing you'll hear all day. [Pitchfork]

DJ Spinna's Tribute to Q
If your knowledge of Quincy Jones doesn't extend past his work with Michael Jackson, behold (!), the soundtrack to your weekend. [The Smoking Section]

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