Flight of the Conchords, Unlikely Studs

Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement of Flight of the ConchordsCourtesy of HBO

The latest MP3s to hit the blogs.

1. Flight of the Conchords, “K.I.S.S.I.N.G.”
Their HBO show debuted only three weeks ago, but evidently they’re already exhausted from shagging groupies. [The Rawking Refuses to Stop]

2. Various, Stereogum Presents … OKX: A Tribute to OK Computer
To commemorate the tenth birthday of Radiohead’s finest album, Stereogum commissioned this track-by-track cover version from some of their favorite artists. It’s unnecessary, uneven, and light years better than Amnesiac. [Stereogum]

3. Grizzly Bear, “Knife” (live on KEXP)
Brooklyn’s finest turn in an excellent new version of their only song with a melody. [Gorilla vs. Bear]

4. Against Me! feat. Tegan Quin (from Tegan and Sara), “Born on the FM Waves of the Heart”
These Gainesville punks recently signed to Sire Records, and they’re not going to screw up their major label debut with a bunch of gratuitous guest appearances — just this one. [Faronheit]

5. Stars, “The Night Starts Here”
The optimistically monikered Canadian quintet returns with more awesome low-volume space rock. [I Guess I’m Floating]

6. Anthony and the Johnsons, “Crazy in Love” (Beyoncé cover)
Turns out that without Jay-Z, this is just a chamber-pop ballad. [The Music Slut]
—Lane Brown

Flight of the Conchords, Unlikely Studs