The Baseball Project – 3rd - R.E.M. side project plays songs inspired by Baseball. Chicago Underground Duo - Locus - Rob Mazurek's rotating Chicago Underground moniker plays avant-garde jazz. Chuck Ragan – Till Midnight - acoustic/folk music from ex-punk band Hot Water Music's lead singer. Circa Zero – Circus Hero - Police guitarist Andy Summers works with multi-instrumentalist Future Islands – Singles - Fourth album from synth-poppers after leaving Thrill Jockey for 4AD. Meeting with lots of critical acclaim and had a fantastic performance on Letterman. Glenn Kotche – Adventureland - Wilco drummer composes this piece performed with the Kronos Quartet. The Hold Steady – Teeth Dreams - Sixth album from Minneapolis indie rockers. Jimi Goodwin - Odludek - first solo album from Doves singer/bassist. Johnny Cash – Out Among The Stars - Lost Johnny Cash album, recorded in 1981 and 1984. Liars - Mess - Melodic post-punk + electronics drop seventh album. Nathan Johnson – inFamous Second Son – Original Soundtrack - Nathan Johnson is the composer for all the Rian Johnson films, as well as last years Don Jon. Brain has played drums for Praxis, Primus, Buckethead, Guns N' Roses and The Limbomaniacs. This is apparently the score for some video game that I'll never see. Rockabye Baby! – Lullaby Renditions of the Clash - For the only children that matter. Simone Felice - Strangers - Second solo album from The Felice Brother's drummer. Tokyo Police Club – Forcefield - Canadian Indie Rock band's fourth album. Various Artists – Bob Dylan in the 80′s: Volume One - Horrible 80's production ruined many an artist and album. This tribute album is dedicated to Bob Dylan's albums from the 80's. Features Build To Spill, Deer Tick, Blitzen Trapper, Glen Hansard and more.
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Five people on one guitar, and it sounds awesome. Thought I'd share. If you care, it's a cover of the original, by Gotye (who I had never heard of before the embedded video above blew up my Facebook news feed over the past 24 hours).