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Streams: ScarJo, Apples, Bondy

Tune in!AOL/Spinner is streaming the following albums through Sunday, September 6, so listen while you can.

Scarlett Johnasson & Pete Yorn, ‘Break Up’

Apples in Stereo, ‘#1 Hits Explosion’

A.A. Bondy, ‘When The Devil’s Loose’ (MP3)

Radiohead, ‘Kid A – Deluxe’

More streams after the jump, and as always, let us know if you hear anything good!

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AA Bondy: Live in Portland

AA BondyAA Bondy at the Doug Fir

Portland, February 27, 2009

AA Bondy is tall and lanky with dark curly hair; somewhat Tom Hanks and somewhat Johnny Cash. When he sings, a touch of his Alabama accent seeps through. When he plays guitar the whole history of southern folk music rushes out. It’s tone and style and fingers and it’s the soul of America. AA Bondy, like M. Ward, channels as many elements of American popular music as possible without sounding kitschy or patronizing—no, AA Bondy does not dress like he just walked out of a Depression-era film.

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