Rounding out this week's 5 best songs: a more accurate view of American Thanksgiving and jazz from another dimension.
"...there's little ambiguity on the aggressive electronic bounce of "Burn Your Village." It's a slamming conduit for righteous indignation, articulated by the sample of Wednesday Addams's classic speech from Addams Family Values."
"Its discordance harmonizes with your own inner tumult, and offers crashing waves of saxophone noise and wobbling pedals as a backdrop to Roberts' croaked parable."
"'The Possum' returns us to the ongoing open book of Kozelek, where a trip to a Godflesh show and the sight of a dying animal become resounding meditations of the end and what we do until we get there."
"...the cool on their remix of Future Island's breakout track is more of a buttoned down and dark shades affair than the skeleton cowboy murder tunes they've been putting out."
"In preparation for his new self-released album, Egyptrixx's new song takes us on a tour of an abandoned prison planet. "Transfer" is a captivatingly transient take on the sounds of grime's new wave. "