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Jam of the Day | Tennis – Never Work For Free

With two albums of pitch-perfect indie pop already under their belts, Tennis have yet again demonstrated their mastery of the craft with “Never Work For Free.” The Denver based husband-and-wife duo made waves with their Patrick Carney-produced sophomore LP, Young & Old, in 2011, and are continuing that partnership on their upcoming record, Ritual in … Read more

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Our Most Anticipated Albums of 2011 (Quarter 1)

Welp, it’s 2011. And today, we’re proud to say, we’re celebrating our first birthday. It’s been a very fun year for us at Speakers in Code, but we’re extremely excited about what’s in store – musically, especially – for 2011. Here are the 25 upcoming albums we’re, like, totally psyched about, coming your way in … Read more

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Jam of the Day | Tennis – Take Me Somewhere

The indie scene in 2011 has seen more ’60s girl group-inspired tracks than Carter’s got liver pills. (Think: The Crystals, The Shirelles, and The Shangri-Las). And I’ve got more antiquated sayings than you can shake a stick at. You can thank artists like Lissie, La Sera, and now Tennis for the former. You can thank … Read more