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Posted at 11:13 AM ET, 02/15/2011

Singles file: Pusha T, Rye Rye, the Decemberists

By Allison Stewart

pusha tClipse member Pusha T goes solo. (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

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

Pusha T: "My God"

Half of the Clipse goes solo on this new, spooky (and maybe still unfinished?) cut that likely hails from his upcoming "Fear of God" mix tape.

Rye Rye: "Party in the U.S.A." (Remix)

Charm City's perpetual star-in-waiting jubilantly covers/remixes Miley Cyrus's populist hoedown, rendering it even more awesome. From her new mix tape, "RYEot PowRR."

Wolfram featuring Hercules and Love Affair: "Fireworks"

The Austrian producer and musician teams with the N.Y.C.-based band for this old-school house/Italo-disco-inspired track.

Daddy Lion: "The Scientist's Lament"

The newest song from Daddy Lion, the bedroom project of District-based singer-songwriter Jeremy Joseph, offers a denser, woolier take on Bob Mould-inspired, early-'90s college rock.

The Decemberists: "Cuyahoga" (R.E.M. cover)

This live-on-air cover of the '86 classic, recorded last week at KCRW, serves as a reminder of how great the Decemberists are and, less happily, how great R.E.M. once was.

By Allison Stewart  | February 15, 2011; 11:13 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags:  Daddy Lion, Hercules and Love Affair, Pusha T, Rye Rye, The Decemberists, Wolfram  
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