Reverb Week in Playlist: Air Dubai, Alt-J and more

With everything that happens in the music world on a weekly basis, you couldn’t possibly be expected to keep up with it all. But don’t worry, with the Reverb Week in Playlist we’ll keep our ears to the ground for the important music news and releases of the week and compile it into the most digestible form we know: a playlist.

Listen: The 15 best Blink-182 songs

It's been 15 years since "All The Small Things" first conquered radio waves in June of 1999. "Enema of the State" was met with both mainstream popularity as well as a backlash from self-proclaimed "actual punks," who generally thought the band's music was childish, over-produced and gave punk rock a bad name.

Steal This Track from Gun Street Ghost

Denver's Gun Street Ghost just released its longest EP to date, and its packed with inspired alt-country. Steal "Hammer" now!   In the summer of 2012, Denver's Gun Street Ghost released a five-track EP called "One Home" that was firmly rooted in alt-country Americana, while avoiding any cliches associated with the genre.

Steal This Track from Dustin Morris

Steal this track from Colorado folks troubadour and one-man-band Dustin Morris.   As one half of the psychedelic folk duo Brave Song Circle, along with Lauren Gale, Dustin Morris "spreads love through music." Over the years, the pair of multi-instrumentalists have toured the country performing folk music that explores the spirituality of love.

Do Pharrell’s biggest hits start the same?

For the better part of two decades, Pharrell Williams has produced some of the biggest and most influential tracks in pop music. He's one of the best beat-makers, producers and behind-the-scenes-guys in the business, but does he have a habit of starting songs the same?