Free Energy seemed to burst out of nowhere with 2010's fabulously catchy Stuck On Nothing, which was produced by LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy and his released on DFA, his label. The band's sound was an odd match for the label, since it favors glammy '70s rock moves to clicky electronics. This year's Love Sign features more—and even slicker—power-pop moves from the Philadelphia band. They do certainly manage to buff one of Sleater-Kinney's most straightforward rockers, "You're No Rock N' Roll Fun," to a shine in this rendition.
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Chrissy And Hawley cover Erasure's "A Little Respect"
GWAR salutes AC/DC with some very special Election Day guests
Touché Amoré covers Pearl Jam's "Corduroy"
Deerhoof covers Adam Ant's "Goody Two Shoes"
Luna covers Motörhead's "Killed By Death"
The Wombats cover Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris"
PWR BTTM covers Counting Crows' "Mr. Jones"
Trashcan Sinatras play “Weightlifting"
Trashcan Sinatras cover Wye Oak's "Holy Holy"
Brass Bed covers Van Halen's "Why Can't This Be Love"
Bully covers Sum 41's "Fat Lip"