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The Hourly Radio is being quite generous with its latest EP, “Gun in Hand,” which was released yesterday. On the band's Web site you can download both the EP's new song and the Dance Robots Dance! remix of “Crime Does Pay” for free. What’s more, Hourly Radio will be unlocking other tracks as days roll by so any and everyone can ultimately download the whole EP. Score!

The band is out on the road, but you can thank the members when they return to play Club Dada on Nov. 6 with indie Brit poppers, IAMX. -- Rich Lopez

Update: Spin Magazine loves it some Hourly Radio. They've lauded the band before, and now they've picked up the recent remixes and put em up on the Spin.com site. -- Jonanna Widner

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