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Friday Free Mp3s #FF

Local Natives: "Wide Eyes" (Suckers' Remix)
Today, sun gods beget sun gods with this freebie from Suckers—a safari-like refit of fellow Frenchkiss shamans Local Natives’ “Wide Eyes,” which blows by in an illuminated and jaunty hymnal. Suckers are touring with Local Natives, and will be in San Francisco next week.

Carribou: "Sun (Altrice Only What You Gave Me Remix)"
Caribou’s new, bliss-blown LP Swim is such a stunning reinvention that it's really no surprise Dan Snaith opened “Sun” up to all who wanted to have at it. Tuscon producer Altrice was the man who eventually emerged victorious in a recent remix competition, his version of the track altogether more predatory and ominous, but no less mesmerizing.

Hot Hot Heat: "Zero Results"
Many weaker bands have crumbled in the seven years since Hot Hot Heat’s deliriously catchy breakthrough, but the Vancouver quartet are still successfully mining dance-punk for all of its neurotic, dramatic gold. New LP Future Breeds doesn’t hold back in that regard, but “Zero Results” is something different, a slower, raunchier minor chord vamp that sounds like it was born from the bottom of an absinthe bottle.

Donnis: "Yup"
Fool’s Gold familia, Donnis, has a busy day coming up next month. On June 22, the Atlanta Brave will simultaneously release his major label debut, The Fashionably Late EP, and a Clinton Sparks assisted mixtape of the same name. “Yup” the first leak from the mixtape is a crass and cocky swag-fest with a laser-focused Donnis doing what he does best: talk shit and kill instrumentals.

Thieves Like Us: "Shyness"
Thieves Like Us are the sort of dudes you envy. They met at a picnic in Berlin, have lived together in New York and London, and currently reside there, in Paris, and Milan, though none of them are originally from of those countries. They recorded their new album, Again And Again, in a Parisian basement, and it smells (er, sounds) of punch-drunk wanderlust–freewheeling and romantic, an electronic record that hasn’t been completely dehumanized. Explore “Shyness”’ lovers-disco and you’ll see what we mean.

BIG K.R.I.T.: "Moon & Stars (Feat. Devin The Dude)"
Trying to rap your way out of Mississippi isn’t easy. Just ask Big K.R.I.T. who has been struggling to put his city on the map. But all those years of neglect have strengthened K.R.I.T.’s resolve. Out of necessity, he learned to make his own beats, sing his own hooks, and rap rubber bands around the competition. His debut album, K.R.I.T. Wuz Here feels like a real Southern meal; home-cooked with the freshest ingredients and a whole lotta soul.

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