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Killer Mike + El-P = Run the Jewels. Hear their first full length track here.

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Listen to “The Sound of the Law”, the first single off of Daughn Gibson’s upcoming record, “Me Moan”, right here as a part of Jacob’s “Track Life” column.

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The first single from Daft Punk’s forthcoming “Random Access Memories” is here!

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Listen to “The River” by Bruce Springsteen, here at Screen Invasion as a part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” column.

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Today’s “Track Life”, William Basinski’s majestic, hour long ambient piece, “The Disintegration Loops”, is dedicated to the city of Boston and all those healing in the aftermath of yesterday’s tragedy.

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Listen to “Acrylics” by TNGHT, here on Screen Invasion, as part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” column.

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Listen to “Don’t Swallow the Cap” by The National, right here on SI as part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” column.

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Listen to “Monomania” by Deerhunter, here at Screen Invasion as part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” feature.

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Listen to “Retrograde” by James Blake, here on Screen Invasion as part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” feature.

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Listen to the first single from The National’s upcoming album “Trouble Will Find Me” here, as part of Jacob’s daily “Track Life” column.

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Listen to “#Express Yourself” by Trampy (Feat. Danny Brown), here on Screen Invasion, as part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” feature.

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Listen to “The House That Heaven Built” by Japandroids, here on Screen Invasion as a part of Jacob Knight’s daily “Track Life” feature.

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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. “At least in dying you don’t have to deal with new wave for a second time.” When Craig Finn sang these words, I doubt he had bands like Cold

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Tyler has come a long way as a producer on his third full-length, mixing pretty, twinkling pianos with punishing bass, resulting in a record that is undeniably his best sonically.

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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. An apology: I know I tout “Track Life” as being a “Daily Feature”, but Screen Invasion had to switch servers recently and it interrupted the flow.

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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. There seem to be two sides to Matthew Houck, the bearded, mountain man looking adventurer behind Phosphorescent. There’s the hazy commune member, strolling through the hills and

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