New music releases out Tuesday, March 16: Flobots, The Whigs, Happy Birthday (with audio), Streetlight Manifesto, Disco Biscuits, The White Stripes (with video), and more

happy birthday by subpop

[image-1]Iration, Time Bomb (LAW)

Jes, High Glow (Ultra)

Includes a clubbed-out remake of The Cure's "Lovesong."

Landmine Marathon, Sovereign Descent (Prosthetic)

Locksley, Be In Love (Woodtone Music/Feature Records)

Brad Mehldau, Highway Rider (Nonesuch)

Neon Trees, Habits (Mercury)

One for the Team, Ghosts (Afternoon Records)

Graham Parker, Imaginary Television (Bloodshot Records)

[image-2], 99 Songs Of A Revolution (Victory)

The first in a series of eight albums featuring 99 cover songs total by four different bands (the others are Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution and two currently unknown "Streetlight Manifesto related" artists). Each band does two albums and the first one by SM includes such interesting selections as Radiohead's "Just," "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" by Paul Simon, and "Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service.

The Unwinding Hours, The Unwinding Hours (Chemikal Underground)

The Whigs, In the Dark (ATO)

To download free MP3 copies of "In the Dark" and "Hundred/Million," click here.

The White Stripes, Under Great White Northern Lights Live CD/DVD Box Set (Warner Bros.)

Emmett Malloy's documentary follows Jack and Meg White on their 2007 Canadian tour, paired with a CD featuring performances from the documentary. Check out a trailer for the doc below, and for your extended viewing enjoyment, a clip of them performing "Jolene," also from the doc.

This week’s schedule of new music releases; for a complete breakdown of upcoming releases due out in the next several months, click here.

, La Raza (Metal Blade)

The Audition, Great Danger (Victory)

Disco Biscuits, Planet Anthem (Diamond Riggs)

(Moved out from its original February 2 release date.)

Jorge Drexler, Amar La Trama (WEA International)

Dropkick Murphys, Live On Lansdowne, Boston MA CD/DVD (Born & Bred)

To check out pics from the band's March 5 show at the Ritz Ybor, click here.

Drive By Truckers, The Big To-Do (ATO)

To check out Autopsy's review of the album, click here.

Flobots, Survival Story (Republic)

From First to Last, Throne to the Wolves (Rise)

Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday (Sub Pop)

Sub Pop has offered a free stream of the album. Check it out after the jump and pick up a copy. It's pretty rad.


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