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Kendrick Lamar's latest album is To Pimp A Butterfly, which includes the song, "King Kunta," the number one song in our listener survey this week. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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"Somehow, almost mysteriously, that rock band is a part of what it means for the three of us to be priests," says Jamey Bozeman (pictured right). Jared Swafford/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Passion Pit's latest full-length, Kindred, is due out April 21. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Passion Pit, 'Until We Can't (Let's Go)'

The electro-pop group's latest cut is a euphoric anthem to youthful dreams and the inertia that keeps us from reaching them.

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Heartless Bastards' fifth album, Restless Ones, comes out June 16. Courtney Chavanell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lower Dens singer and songwriter Jana Hunter writes that her band's new album, Escape From Evil, is typified by "warmth and physicality." Frank Hamilton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chicago punk band Geronimo! is breaking up on a high note. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Geronimo!, 'Fires Of Hell'

The Chicago indie-rock act is breaking up this Saturday after a seven-year run. Hear Geronimo!'s final — and possibly best — song.

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Sufjan Stevens' latest song is a return to his folk roots. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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