The Polyphonic Spree - You Don't Know Me

The Polyphonic Spree - You Don't Know Me

How many members of the Polyphonic Spree need to create one of 2013's most compelling pop songs?

22.

The band, led by Tim DeLaughter, formerly of the incredibly over Keep Reading

"Believer" by American Authors

"Time fades. There's no space. As life breaks new ground."

"Believer" is the first hit single from the recent band American Authors. An inspirational track with Keep Reading

"Don't Swallow the Cap" by The National

Upon first listen, the depth of "Don't Swallow the Cap" may not be entirely obvious.  Take the time to zone in on each individual instrument and what it's doing, though Keep Reading

"My God Is the Sun" by Queens of the Stone Age

The opening minute of "My God Is the Sun" is enough to explain why everybody seems to be going crazy for ...Like Clockwork, the latest offering from Queens Of The Keep Reading

"San Francisco" by The Mowgli's

Much like the old adage, the strength of "San Francisco," and the eight-piece band who performs it, is in the numbers. While the song may have been just as catchy with a lone singer Keep Reading

"Awkward" by San Cisco

I cannot get enough of this song. The catchy "dada da das" and "dodo do dos" are enough to keep me coming back for more. It may sound so simple, yet this song tells a Keep Reading

"This Girl" by Sticky Fingers

Off of Australian quintet Sticky Fingers' latest release, Caress Your Soul, "These Girls" is, as the album title might suggest, extremely soulful. While the spacy Keep Reading

"Taking Chances" by Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

As if the name Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! wasn't fun enough with it's unorthodox punctuation, "Taking Chances" shows what can happen when a brave soul attempts to  Keep Reading

"Young and Beautiful" by Lana Del Rey

Without knowing that Lana Del Rey's latest single is off of the soundtrack for the newest film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, the the message of "Young and Beautiful Keep Reading

"What Do You Say" by Filter

Filter is back with some more hard rock. "What Do You Say" shocks you with a big "Hey!" from the very beginning. With a touch of pessimism, this song rocks. It has Keep Reading

"Dear Bo Jackson" by The Weeks

Alabama natives, The Week's inspiration for this album and leading track "Dear Bo Jackson" came as a homage to the famous football/baseball player Bo Jackson. Many may Keep Reading

"The Littlest Things" by Streetlight Manifesto

Streetlight Manifesto is back with their fifth album titled "The Hands That Thieve." If you are into the ska genre then you shall not be disappointed with "The Littlest Things. Keep Reading

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