Ian Varley plays keyboards for Black Joe Lewis And The Honeybears. Their song, Skulldiggin, was a favorite of Boston Globe pop critic Sarah Rodman.

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The Fall's Best New Music

October 1, 2013

Boston Globe music critic Sarah Rodman and WGBH News' Edgar B Herwick III have a longstanding tradition on Boston Public Radio: they get together once a month in Studio Three with Boston Public Radio hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan to talk about new releases and pick the best new albums, artists and songs. Here are their favorites. 

Edgar's picks:

Dr. Dog, "The Truth" from the album "B Room."

Neko Case, "Ragtime" from the album "The Worse Things Get, The Hard I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You."

MGMT, "Alien Days" from the album "MGMT."

Deer Tick, "The Dream's In The Ditch" from the album "Negativity." 

Sarah's picks:

Justin Timberlake, "Drink You Away" from "The 20/20 Experience."

Elton John, "Home Again" from "The Diving Board."

The Roots and Elvis Costello, "Stick Out Your Tongue" from "Wise Up Ghost."

Black Joe Lewis And The Honeybears, "Skulldiggin" from "Electric Slave."

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