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Posted at 11:05 AM ET, 01/18/2011

Singles file: Stevie Nicks, Panda Bear, Heems

By Allison Stewart

stevie nicksThe new one from Stevie Nicks is actually a decades-old song that's finally been finished. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

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

Panda Bear: "Atiba Song"

Hard on the heels of Noah Lennox's Ducktails collaboration comes this great and mysterious new track, which may or may not land on the upcoming "Tomboy."

Heems: "Teenage Dream"

The Das Racist member does unspeakable things to the Katy Perry hit, which has never before sounded so unobjectionable, or so sad.

Stevie Nicks: "Secret Love"

If this mild, nostalgic track from Nicks's upcoming new disc reminds you of her early-'80s, "Bella Donna" heyday, you're not imagining things: It's apparently been kicking around in demo form for at least that long.

Vado: "Hands Down"

Vado recycles the same sample he used on his recent "Crimesquare," this time with marching band drums.

Poor but Sexy: "Cherry Delicious"

The latest track from Dismemberment Plan guitarist Jason Caddell's new, District-based band mixes mellow '70s pop, Cake-like lyrical acrobatics and cheeseball funk.

By Allison Stewart  | January 18, 2011; 11:05 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags:  Das Racist, Heems, Panda Bear, Poor But Sexy, Stevie Nicks, Vado  
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