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Singles file: Singles file: Super Chron Fight Brothers, Kathryn Calder, Monarchy, TiRon

super chron fight brothersSuper Chron Fight Brothers pay tribute to Reggie Miller ... or do they? (Courtesy of the artist)

By Allison Stewart

A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind...

Super Chron Flight Brothers: "Reggie Miller"

This organ-riffic homage to '80s television isn't really about the querulous ex-Pacer; apparently his name doubles as a metaphor for low-quality weed, which sounds about right.

Kathryn Calder: "Slip Away"

The only person in the New Pornographers you've never heard of, Calder might change her luck with this painterly wisp of a song, from her upcoming solo disc, "Are You My Mother?"

Monarchy: "Love Get Out of My Way" (Holy Ghost! featuring Dixon remix)

The Brooklyn duo turn the inscrutable British outfit's new single into a nostalgic, early '80s disco romp.

TiRon featuring Blu and Asher Roth: "The Richers"

The West Coast MC enlists a team that includes Roth and Diamond District's Oddisee for this old-school-soul-inspired semi-banger from his "Ketchup" follow-up, "MSTRD."

By David Malitz  |  June 8, 2010; 10:30 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags: Asher Roth, Blu, Kathryn Calder, Monarchy, Super Chron Right Brothers, TiRon  
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