The Barometer: Stornoway; The Joy Formidable; The Black Keys; Yo La Tengo; Broken Social Scene; Jai Paul; Toro Y Moi; The Rolling Stones

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Stornoway, The Coldharbour Road

A super album track from Stornoway's debut LP, 'Beachcomber's Windowsill', out next week.

The Joy Formidable, The Greatest Light Is the Greatest Shade

The one from that cider advertisement on our cinema screens at the moment. We can't endorse the cider, but we sure like the song.

The Black Keys, Tighten Up

The first single from their new LP, 'Brothers', this track adds some sweet soul to the Ohio duo's more familiar barrage of rock-driven blues.

Yo La Tengo, Here To Fall (Pete Rock remix)

The hip-hop producer's minimal, dark take on the New Jersey band, in a cut from the 'Here to Fall Remixes' EP.

Broken Social Scene, Water in Hell

A departure from their earlier pop trappings, this is a catchy anthem from the innovative 19-piece indie outfit.

Jai Paul, BTSTU

The 21-year-old Londoner has been getting a lot of attention for this stunning conflation of electro-pop, clubby bass and futuristic funk.

Toro Y Moi, Leave Everywhere

The chillwave star adds live instruments and a nostalgic psych-rock sound on his forthcoming 7" single.

The Rolling Stones, Shake Your Hips

Will the Stones' interpretation of Slim Harpo's "Hip Shake Blues" remain an overlooked gem now the remastered version of 'Exile of Main Street' has been released?

Listen to this week's free playlist on Spotify at Independent.co.uk/mixtape

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