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Posted at 09:46 AM ET, 09/20/2011

Singles file: Florence and the Machine, Phonte, Atriarch

Florence Welch is readying the next Florence and the Machine album for this fall. (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
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Florence and the Machine: “Shake It Out”

The latest, most interesting leak from FATM’s coming album sounds like a recently unearthed collaboration between Enya and “Unforgettable Fire”-era U2.

Phonte: “The Good Fight”

Phonte Coleman and 9th Wonder, his former Little Brother bandmate, team up for this predictably great exercise in recession rap.

Atriarch: “Shadows”

The Portland, Ore., quartet demonstrates a proficiency for twisty, rambling, deceptively complicated metal on this doom-a-riffic new track.

CANT: “Too Late, Too Far”

The maiden track from Grizzly Bear bassist Chris Taylor’s new CANT release is a weirdly accessible (for him, anyway), almost-pop song.

The Black Belles: “Honky Tonk Horror”

Jack White’s proteges mix surf, garage and kitschy horror-goth and still manageto sound like White on this new track, produced by White.

By Allison Stewart  |  09:46 AM ET, 09/20/2011

Categories:  Singles file | Tags:  Florence and the Machine, Phonte, Atriarch, CANT, The Black Belles

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