Singles file: Crystal Castles, Josh Ritter, Ufie
By Allison Stewart
A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind...
Crystal Castles: "Doe Deer"
The hyped-to-the-skies Canadian duo returns with this nasty, brutish and short (and weirdly seductive) new track.
Isa GT: "Pá Las Mamasitas" (Daniel Haaksman remix)
The Colombian DJ, rising girl-core star and essayer of the famed "Pelá O" returns with this fizzy, funky cumbian crossover track.
(Josh Ritter and the Rolling Stones, after the jump.)
Josh Ritter: "Change of Time"
Due for a breakthrough hit any day now, the greatest living singer-songwriter named Josh previews one of the best tracks from next month's "So Runs the World Away."
Uffie featuring Pharrell Williams: "ADD SUV"
The American/Parisian electro-rapper and Ke$ha prototype unites with half of the Neptunes on this Auto-Tune-happy new track.
The Rolling Stones: "Plundered My Soul" (Record Store Day single)
It's no coincidence that the Stones suddenly discovered that they care about Record Store Day around the time they realized they have an "Exile on Main St." reissue to promote. This bang-up outtake, ever-so-slightly reminiscent of "Tumbling Dice," will be included as a bonus track.
April 20, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories: Singles file | Tags: Crystal Castles, Isa GT, Josh Ritter, Pharrell Williams, Rolling Stones, Uffie
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