(Yes, that’s comedian Ben Stein swaying back and forth with a group of soldiers outside the Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, commonly mistaken for NORAD. Photo courtesy of the United States Air Force.)

Welcome to the March 26, 2010 episode of Lost & Found Radio where every week we scour the crevices of the web for 1/2 an hour of brand new music. To listen, you can right click on the link above to download or just click the green play button on the streaming player. Let us know what you think in the comments!

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1. “Mouthful of Diamonds” by Phantogram

2. “Heart of Stone” by The Raveonettes

3. “Bad Sign” by Brad Sucks

4. “for sometimes” by Pregnant

5. “Classic Rock in Spring” by Kurt Vile

6. “One Thousand Tears of a Tarantula” by Dengue Fever

7. “Answer to Yourself” by The Soft Pack

8. “Asbestos” by Valzi


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