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You can catch all of the picks in this issue on this week's playlist. New to Coda Breaker? A reminder that all of song picks from our archives are available at

New Music

Some of our favorite recent releases.

Brian recommends...

Neon Lights

Forester (Ft. Madeline)

I can't find much information about this artist, but the some has a great soothing melody perfect for chillaxing.

Ray recommends...

So Caught Up

The Teskey Brothers

The Teskey Brothers are a blues rock band from down under. This is a single from their latest album, Run Home Slow.

Brian recommends...


Charly Bliss

This song is about six months old but was new to me. The more I hear it the more I dig it. I like the lyrics, the chorus is catchy and I love the tom drums that sound like something out of a Love and Rockets song.

Ray recommends...

All Mirrors

Angel Olsen

Another new artist to me, although I had heard an earlier track ("Shut Up Kiss Me") earlier this year. I've been listening to her discography now and definitely recommend readers give her a try.

New to You and Throwbacks

These are some our favorites that are not necessarily new.

Brian recommends...

I Can Change

LCD Soundsystem

I came very late to my appreciation of LCD Soundsystem's music, but it turns out I like so many of their songs - this being one of my faves.

Ray recommends...

Where Is My Mind?

The Pixies

I can remember first hearing this on a local college radio station. I stopped what I was doing at the time and picked up every Pixies album I could after that.

Brian recommends...

Fool's Gold

Stone Roses

Oh man, back in the day I was so into the Manchester music scene - the Happy Mondays, the Charlatans UK and, of course, the Stone Roses. This ten minute epic was my favorite off their debut from 1989.

Ray recommends...


Arash (ft Snoop Dog) - Just Dance version

Normally when I share music I discovered via video games, I share the original video. But in this case I thought I'd share video from the game itself. My entire family have been addicted to Just Dance for a while now and the music, and workout, is fun as hell.

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