EW recommends tracks by DMX, Jamie Lidell, The Greenhornes, and Skeletons & the Girl-Faced Boys

By Ryan Dombal
July 01, 2005 at 04:00 AM EDT

Yonkers, N.Y., monster DMX certainly knows how to ”Give ‘Em What They Want.” The hype, horn-popping comeback single finds hip-hop’s junkyard dog once again foaming at the mouth. ITUNES.COM

On ”When I Come Back Around,” soulful Brit JAMIE LIDELL pulls off a mean Stevie Wonder impression as the synths spring and spark. Justin Timberlake, eat your funky-white-boy heart out. BLEEP.COM/EW

Handpicked by the White Stripes to open up their summer tour, garage-rockers THE GREENHORNES are a band on the rise. Sample their brand of psychedelic riffage with the Web-only track ”Pattern Skies.” RHAPSODY.COM

SKELETONS & THE GIRL-FACED BOYS ”Git” busy on this free preview of their new LP. The strangely danceable tune combines quirky vocals with a keyboard bounce reminiscent of early Michael Jackson. GHOSTLY.COM

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