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Posted at 2:05 PM ET, 02/28/2011

Week ahead: Kurt Vile supports independent record store commerce; J. Holiday MIGHT drop a new mixtape; Lykke Li gets live

By Chris Richards

If you go to one show this week, make it: Philly psych-folk maestro Kurt Vile when his mini-tour of East Coast record stores brings him to Red Onion Records and Books on Wednesday night. Show starts at 6 p.m. We'll be the ones trying to grow our hair longer than Vile's.

If you listen to one new album this week, make it: "M.I.A.: The Lost Pages," the new mixtape from Washington R&B crooner J. Holiday. That is, if it comes out this week. Holiday's rep tells Click Track the mixtape is expected to appear online very, very soon. Check back and listen to his new song "Float Away" in the meantime.

And if you stay up late to watch one performance on TV this week, make it: Swedish pop star Lykke Li when she visits Fallon on Thursday. We hope we like it more than we liked her new album.

By Chris Richards  | February 28, 2011; 2:05 PM ET
Categories:  Future days  | Tags:  J. Holiday, Kurt Vile, Lykke Li  
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