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  • The Life Pursuit

    • 8 out of 10
    • Belle & Sebastian
    • The Life Pursuit is a sort of Reeses Peanut Butter Cup. You get Belle & Sebastian's peanut butter (its wistful, often irresistible pop) dipped in a 'Have A Nice Day!' and glam 70s chocol

  • Go Away White

    • 10 out of 10
    • Bauhaus
    • Go Away White is an album I've been waiting more than 20 years to hear, and the good news is that it was worth the wait.  The latest -- and last, no...for real this time -- album from

  • Live at the Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI

    • 6 out of 10
    • Supersuckers
    • Man, there's nothing like good, old fashioned, rock and roll... add a bit of industry resentment to that with a double-shot of cynicism, and you get one of the best "new" rock bands going. This album
  • Quadrophenia

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    • The Who
    • Quadrophenia is everything that Tommy wanted to be, a rock opera that told a story, but one where every song could still stand alone. It was also Pete Townshend's farewell tribute to the Mod

  • Now Here Is Nowhere

    • 10 out of 10
    • Secret Machines
    • The Secret Machines' inaugural album, Now Here is Nowhere is both old and new in its sonic assault. The trio's surprisingly big sound evokes Pink Floyd (without ever sounding like any Pink

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Airfoil Speakers Touch Send Mac/PC Audio To Your iPhone

Rogue Amoeba announced on Friday the availability of Airfoil Speakers Touch, a new app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. When used in conjunction with Rogue Amoeba's Airfoil, Airfoil Speakers Touch turns any iPhone or iPod into a wireless speaker for your Mac or Windows machine.

Synchronized audio can be sent to AirPort Express units, Apple TVs, Macs, PCs, Linux boxes, and now iPhones and iPods Touch. Once installed and launched, Airfoil Speakers Touch shows up in Airfoil for Mac or Airfoil for Windows as an available output. With a few clicks, audio from applications like iTunes, RealPlayer, Spotify and more, as well as web-based audio like Pandora and Last.fm, can be sent right to the iPhone or iPod Touch. Any audio from a Mac or PC can be sent wirelessly as well.

Headphones can be plugged into the iPhone or iPod Touch to untether the devices. Airfoil Speakers Touch provide high-quality lossless stereo audio from Mac and Windows machines.

Airfoil Speakers Touch is immediately available as a free download from the App Store.

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