The Strokes

The Strokes: Future Present Past

The Strokes: Future Present Past

(PG-13: Language) New York’s premiere garage rockers The Strokes have a pleasant surprise, a new EP that slowly but surely harkens back to the band’s Room on Fire days. Go straight for Threat of Joy, ye of little faith, then give the other two tracks a shot.

Someday: ’40s Style Cover

Someday: ’40s Style Cover

In many ways, they’ll miss the good old days. Vocalist Cristina Gatti and Postmodern Jukebox turn in a sultry Casablanca-inspired version of The Strokes’ Someday, transforming it into a completely new, but just as wonderful song.

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Punch Brothers x The Strokes

Punch Brothers x The Strokes

While we were watching that TMBG x Destiny’s Child cover, we stumbled onto another great performance from A.V. Club’s Undercover – neo bluegrass band Punch Brothers doing an insanely great version of The Strokes’s Reptilia.

The Strokes: Comedown Machine

The Strokes: Comedown Machine

Stream the entire new Strokes album right now, days before it’s available for purchase. Filled with tight, head-bobbing rhythms, and simultaneously chill and gravelly vocals from Julian Casablancas.

Reptilia x Punch Brothers

Reptilia x Punch Brothers

The Strokes have always been on our Pandora playlist, but this is one time where we’re thinking the cover version could be better than the original. Reptilia on banjo, mandolin and violin. Brilliant.

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