Adele – 21 In Stores Now + Enter to Win CD

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If you haven’t seen the adoring press on Adele‘s booming sophomore album 21, we regret to inform you that you might be living under a rock. Following the build-up of live performances and interview videos (archived here), we’ve been waiting for this day: 21 is now available on the web and all fine retailers in your area.

Buy 21 on iTunes | Amazon

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More Videos, Streaming Music & Tracklisting

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Cee-Lo Green Video: “Bodies”

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The story of The Lady Killer continues with Cee-Lo‘s next single, “Bodies,” which takes on the kind of morbid surreal tone as Gnarles Barkley‘s “Necromancer.” The “Bodies” video, directed by Mikael Colombu, features celebrities like Kerry Washington, a transformer-Karl-Lagerfeld-switchblade (apparently available at H&M), Bilal Oliver ‘trapped inside,’ and Janelle Monáe looking even less human than usual.

Salva – Complex Housing Album Stream & Remixes + MP3s

Salva is a producer and label owner (Frite Nite), creating a future-leaning style of electronic dance music that is all his own, influenced by electro, juke, analog house, ghetto house, underground hip-hop and bass productions. The dance music melting pot that is Complex Housing dropped this week on Friends of Friends, and the entire thing is streaming after the jump [via Fact Magaine]. Here’s a few extra downloads:

“24 Carats ft. Zachey Force Funk” (Lazer Sword’s Lando Kal remix) via Fact Magazine

Salva – “Blue” [MP3] via The Fader

Salva – “Wake Ups” [MP3] via Pitchfork

Complex Housing on iTunes

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Homebase Presents Live at the Clubhouse: Coco (of Quadron) “Sleep” + MP3


HOMEBASE presents: CoCo O. “Sleep” w/ theClubhouse
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We post a lot of Quadron on the blog, only because everything they do is fantastic. Their constant brilliance is partially due to vocalist Coco, who is featured in a new digi-release for free download: Homebase presents Live at the Clubhouse. Coco re-made / covered / interpolated / sampled the 1976 Deniece Williams song, “Free.” The result is her new track “Sleep,” the characteristically sweet breathy voice backed by a full band. [via Couch Sessions]