MUSIC: What to Listen to Now

OUR NEW FAVORITE:

You're My Lover Now, The Teeth

(Park the Van Records)

We could give you lots of reasons to listen to Philly's alt-pop band The Teeth-loopy arrangements, tight rhythms, serious-silly lyrics, comparisons to '60s pop and '70s glam rock-but you just need to know one thing: The Teeth are for people who relish music and life.

DOWNLOAD: "Molly Make Him Pay"

FOR DREAMERS:

The Bird of Music, Au Revoir Simone

(Our Secret Record Company)

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If the Keebler elves' job were to make music rather than cookies, they would have come up with this album. Three beautiful Brooklynites, armed with as many keyboards, a drum machine, and will-o'-the-wisp voices, are responsible for this ethereal electronic goodness.

DOWNLOAD: "Sad Song"

JAY-Z APPROVED:

I Am, Chrisette Michele

(Island Def Jam)

Declaration time: 24-year-old Chrisette Michele is the freshest air to hit R&B since John Legend-old-school pipes and all. Channeling Billie Holiday, she delivers a debut album full of jazz - and hip hop-infused cuts meant to-and sure to-empower women. (To-do list for the ladies: Let go of baggage; achieve financial independence.) She is Chrisette, hear her roar.

DOWNLOAD: "Good Girl"

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