The Go! Team The Go! Team - "Grip Like A Vice"
The Go! Team are back with a new album this fall, and we're SO excited about this track which uses a sample of The Politicians' "Psycha-Soula-Funkadelic." It's unbelievably catchy - a whirlwind mix of indie rock meets cheerleader meets hip hop that we can't get enough of.

The Bee Gees The Bee Gees - "Stayin' Alive (Teddybears Remix)"
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years since "Stayin' Alive" started off one of the most unforgettable movies of the 1970's, Saturday Night Fever. We bet John Travolta would probably still strut his disco stuff to this fantastic remix by Swedish electronic pop superstars Teddybears.

The Launderettes The Launderettes - "Let's Go"
The Launderettes are 5 girls from Norway who play killer garage rock, 60's style. They're the newest arrival from Little Steven's also killer Wicked Cool label, so you know it's going to be good!

The Who The Who - "I'm Free"
We're very proud to now represent the catalog of The Who. And who (no pun intended, of course) can resist this anthemic classic from Tommy, their amazing rock opera? Nobody, that's who.

Bitter:Sweet Bitter:Sweet - "Dirty Laundry (Remix)"
Weaving electronic, trip hop, and jazz together (with maybe a little bossa nova touch), Bitter:Sweet create intoxicatingly seductive music, like this sexy little number from their remix album.

Stephanie Dosen Stephanie Dosen - "Only Getting Better"
Stephanie's ethereal voice caught the attention of Bella Union label owner (and Cocteau Twin) Simon Raymonde (who also plays on her album A Lily For the Spectre). She's sure to do the same to you - this beautiful song is pure sunshine in recorded form.
Jon McLaughlin Jon McLaughlin - "Perfect"
This young singer-songwriter/ pianist from Indiana has transfixed audiences across the country with his honest, heartfelt piano pop songs. The piano intro on this song alone is enough to give you goose bumps on your arms!
Feist Feist - "I Feel It All"
Sure to be making Top Ten lists for 2007 from every media outlet around in a couple of months, Feist's album The Reminder is an instant classic from beginning to end. "I Feel It All" is a light and airy perfect guitar and piano pop song.
Robert Randolph & The Family Band Robert Randolph & The Family Band - "Deliver Me"
For those of you who have been lucky enough to witness Robert Randolph live, then we are preaching to the choir. For the rest of you, you don't want to miss his unbelievable pedal steel guitar skills! This new track is from his current album Colorblind - you can hear both rock influences and his gospel roots.
Black Market Audio Black Market Audio - "Gimme That Thang"
Black Market Audio create an amazing time warp for their audience - taking a retro sound like 50's lounge and pop and gussying it up for a whole new generation! Very funky indeed.
Peggy Lee Peggy Lee - "Take A Little Time To Smile"
A classic song from Miss Peggy Lee and a great idea in general - it's hard not to gently sway and smile when listening to this friendly and sophisticated standard from 1959.
Kate Nash Kate Nash - "Pumpkin Soup"
This U.K. songstress has been getting rave reviews everywhere lately and drawing understandable comparisons to artists like Lily Allen and Regina Spektor, which can't be a bad thing! This eccentric and lovable single is one of our favorites from her new album "Made Of Bricks".
Jim Noir Jim Noir - "Happy Day Today"
The illustrious Jim Noir is back with new music for us all - this lo-fi electronic indie pop number is exuberant and magical. It's from his upcoming album "Welcome Commander Jameson."
Mr. Hudson & The Library Gabin - "Bang Bang To The Rock And Roll"
Italian duo Gabin crafted an amazing soul/electro/jazz hybrid with this highlight off their latest album "Mr. Freedom". After only the first few bars of percussion your toes will be tapping.
The Chesterfield Kings The Chesterfield Kings - "Outtasite!"
Yet another goodie from Little Steven's Wicked Cool Records - The Chesterfield Kings have been playing to the beat of their own drummer - specifically the beat of the 60's British garage rock scene - since the late 70's! This track is dripping with The Rolling Stones' attitude and a little of the Stooges' sneer.
Mute Math MuteMath - "Control"
Hailing from Louisiana, these boys borrow from the pages of U2 and The Police to create their energetic and modern anthems. If you missed their recent video which they shot completely BACKWARDS for "Typical", head to youtube and prepare to be blown away!
Rogue Traders Rogue Traders - "Way To Go!"
Whether you classify them as rock, pop, or electronic, or perhaps all three - Australia's Rogue Traders take pop music and mix the sass of The Go-Go's with the precision of Goldfrapp. Incredibly infectious!
Maps Maps - "So Low, So High"
Everybody in the UK press from The Guardian to the NME have been raving about Maps - you'll see why once you hear the lush orchestration, the gorgeous harmonies, and the epic feeling this song gives you - it's a beautiful garden of sound.
Gustavo Santaolalla Gustavo Santaolalla - "Iguazu"
Chances are good that you've heard Argentina's legendary musician and producer Gustavo Santaolalla on an award winning soundtrack or two in the past! We love the haunting, trickling anticipation of this track.
Boston Pops Orchestra Boston Pops Orchestra - "Bolero"
We close this favorites out with a little culture! While we love our garage rock, electronic, pop, and everything else, sometimes you have to take a moment to appreciate the classics. "Bolero" is French composer Maurice Ravel's shining moment and was originally created for ballet. You can hear the gracefulness and meticulousness he intended in its sweeping march.

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