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Cibo Matto's new album, Hotel Valentine, comes out Feb. 14. Sean Lennon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Clockwise, from upper left: Sebadoh, Lucy Schwartz, Moderat and Kyle Morton of the band Typhoon Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Music: Sebadoh, Moderat, Typhoon, The Civil Wars And More

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Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon came out March 1, 1973. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side,' 40 Years Later

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Heavy Rotation: 5 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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Guest DJ: Calle 13

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Anyone who's had a lousy year would do well to jam Harvey Danger's "The Show Must Not Go On" as the clock strikes midnight. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'The Show Must Not Go On' by Harvey Danger

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Martin Leung's solo piano rendition of the Super Mario theme music underlines the wit and invention of the source material. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Mario Solo Piano Medley' by Video Games Live/Martin Leung

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