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Fresh Baked Playlist 9/25/11: Bouncy 311, Rockin’ Filter, and a Song That’s a Hashtag

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If you missed this past Sunday night’s edition of Fresh Baked, our breaking new music show, we’ve got a list of what you missed. (And even if you did catch the show, check out videos of some of the stuff you heard.)

Which of these songs would you like to hear on HFS all the time? Which of them drive you up the wall? Let us know: post your feedback on Facebook, or shoot an email to Jenn or Spam.

311 – “Count Me In”

We get some bouncy rock with the second single from their new album Universal Pulse.

The Dreaming – “Every Trace”

Stabbing Westward may be no more, but lead singer Christopher Hall has this new project.

The Airborne Toxic Event – “All I Ever Wanted”

If you like ‘em, check ‘em out at Rams Head Live and the 9:30 Club this November.

Filter – “Gimme All Your Lovin'”

It’s been a while since we’ve heard Filter rock this hard! And it gives this ZZ Top song a ton of new life.

All Mankind – “Can You Hear Me?”

Australia has indie rock bands, too. This is one of ‘em.

IAMDYNAMITE – “Stereo”

What’s with all these bands making so much rock with only two band members? The White Stripes, The Black Keys, Middle Class Rut…now these guys. Must be the tight economy.

Oh, and they’re coming to town with…

Blue October – “The Chills”

Back with new music, and back in town at The Fillmore in Silver Spring this October.

Florence + The Machine – “What the Water Gave Me”

Some of this is cool and breathy like Tori Amos, and some of it is huge and expansive. Something for everyone, eh?

Dangerous! – “Not One of You”

If you’re a fan of The Hives, Jet, and The Vines, you’re gonna love this four-man Aussie punk rock explosion.

Wallpaper – “#STUPiDFACEDD”

Is this guy a genius or is he out of his freaking mind? He’s skewering all that dance-pop that’s going around by making some of his own.

Death Cab for Cutie – “Stay Young, Go Dancing”

Ben Gibbard and the boys go with an easy-going, uplifting track as their second single from Codes and Keys.

Coldplay – “Paradise”

Coldplay trades in the guitars for a string section. Does the chorus remind you of Rihanna’s “Umbrella”, or is it just me?

The Parlor Mob – “Into the Sun”

I’m told that these guys from New Jersey really bring the rock in their live shows.

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