1. Moby, Last Night Album Sampler
Moby has a well-earned reputation as the bland corporate face of electronic dance music, but this appetizer sampler from his upcoming record is more interesting and diverse than something you'd get at Applebee's, at least. [AZL Tron]
2. LCD Soundsystem, "New York I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down"
The solstice is at 1 a.m. tonight, marking the official beginning of the slush season in New York, and making this the perfect time to listen to one of our favorite tracks from this year's Sounds of Silver. [Badminton Stamps]
3. Justice, "Phantom Pt. 2 (Soulwax Remix)"
Justice are about to release their next single, which will presumably include the standard handful of remixes. You probably won't hear it in the suburbs while visiting the folks, but it'll be inescapable in New York when you get back. [Pretty Much Amazing]
4. Stereophonics, "The Best of You" (Foo Fighters cover)
Stereophonics turn this track into an acoustic tearjerker that nearly tops Prince's version at last year's Super Bowl. [Fuel Friends]
5. Suburban Kids with Biblical Names, "Loop Duplicate My Heart"
This catchy pop song compares the songwriting process to "making out with [your] computer," which sounds to us like a recipe for a sticky keyboard. [Wired Set]—Ehren Gresehover