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