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EW recommends tracks by The Futureheads, Rich Boy, Orenda Fink, and Shemekia Copeland

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Pogo away to a live version of ”Decent Days and Nights” from British post-punks THE FUTUREHEADS. Recorded at this year’s South by Southwest festival, the song is available exclusively at. . . MUSIC.YAHOO.COM

Thanks to the exotic vocal samples flipped by ingenious hip-hop producer Timbaland, Alabama rapper RICH BOY needn’t do much to ensure the slithering infectiousness of his club anthem ”Get to Poppin’.” ITUNES.COM

Azure Ray songstress ORENDA FINK’s new-wave-inspired solo track ”Bloodline” is a distant musical relation to the mannered chamber pop she’s better known for. SADDLE-CREEK.COM/BANDS/ORENDAFINK/

Bluesy belter SHEMEKIA COPELAND has no problem ”Breakin’ Out” of an overbearing relationship with joyful rebellion on this funky, horn-fueled preview of her new album, The Soul Truth. ALLIGATOR.COM/GOODIES

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