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Posted at 10:15 AM ET, 10/25/2011

Singles file: Far East Movement f. Rye Rye. Charli XCX, Stone Darling


Will a feature on Far East Movement’s new single make increase Rye Rye’s star power? (Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for Caravan)
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Far East Movement featuring Rye Rye: “Jello”

If there’s any justice, FEM’s latest banger will do more for Baltimore’s perpetual lady-in-waiting Rye Rye than their “Like a G6” did for Dev (which wasn’t much).

Charli XCX: “Nuclear Seasons”

The teenage British schoolgirl turned nascent electropop star channels Marina and the Diamonds on this retro-futuristic new track.

Stone Darling: “Baby Come Home”

The L.A.-based all-girl band mixes Best Coast, Linda Ronstadt and various Wall of Sound girl groups and comes up with an entirely new brand of distortion-heavy country on this remarkable new track.

Grimes: “Oblivion”

More sped-up, burbly, falsetto-happy pop from the Montreal-based singer.

Garbage: “Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses” (U2 cover)

More than six years past their last studio release, Shirley Manson and Co. make a subdued but impressive return with this track from Q Magazine’s upcoming “Achtung Baby” tribute disc.

By Allison Stewart  |  10:15 AM ET, 10/25/2011

Categories:  Singles file | Tags:  Far East Movement, Rye Rye, Charli XCX, Stone Darling, Garbage, Grimes

 
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