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If 2010 has produced a slab of summer-friendly rock candy more inviting than "Go Do," it has yet to reveal itself. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Go Do

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Listen to 'Tired' by Summer-Winter

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In "Starting," Matt Pond PA offers up melancholy and emotional warmth in equal measure. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Joshua Kessler

The Apples In Stereo, Caribou, Dr. Dog And More

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When Hot Clip slides into the chorus of "Take It In," the effect is unequivocally glorious. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Your Future Our Clutter is Mark E. Smith's 28th studio album with The Fall. Jesse Jenkins hide caption

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In "Gray Death," Xiu Xiu singer Jamie Stewart (right) offers scattered moments of accessibility amid the goth-tinged pathos. Huy Ngo hide caption

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Nouvelle Vague makes "Master and Servant" more deeply sexy than Depeche Mode could have imagined. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Master and Servant' by Nouvelle Vague

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