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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: We the Kings

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus shares his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks: British buzz bands Two Door Cinema Club and Mumford & Sons, folk couple the Weepies, globetrotting MC Uffie, and many more.) Check out his latest entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's next discovery. Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog!

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: Two Door Cinema Club

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus shares his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks: British buzz band Mumford & Sons, folk couple the Weepies, globetrotting MC Uffie, and many more.) Check out his latest entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's next discovery. Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog!

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: Mumford & Sons

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music.Not. Possible.In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus shares his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks, including folk couple the Weepies, globetrotting MC Uffie, Britpoppers Your Vegas, and more.) Check out his latest entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's new discovery.Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog!

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: The Weepies

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus shares his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks: Globetrotting MC Uffie, Britpoppers Your Vegas, edgy noisesmiths Ratatat, and more.) Check out his eleventh entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's latest discovery. Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog! And check out Mark's 8 Favorite Albums of 2009!

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: Uffie

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus is sharing his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks: Britpoppers Your Vegas, edgy noisesmiths Ratatat, Swedish electronic whiz Kleerup, and many more.) Check out his tenth entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's latest discovery. Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog!

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: Your Vegas

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus is sharing his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks.

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    Mark Hoppus' Pick of the Week: The Temper Trap

    When he's not commandeering the stage as the boisterous bassist for SoCal punks Blink-182, Tweeting wisdom to more than 1.6 million followers, or handling album production duties for bands like Motion City Soundtrack and New Found Glory, you'd think Mark Hoppus would turn down the music. Not. Possible. In our continuing series, Hopp on Pop, Hoppus is sharing his favorite acts, culled from his incessant pursuit of all that rocks. (Click here to discover Mark's previous picks: Brooklyn keyboard punks Matt & Kim, Kiwi dance rock goddess Ladyhawke, Canadian rock duo Japandroids, and NYC popsters fun.) Check out his fifth entry below, and come back to SPIN.com every Wednesday for Mark's latest discovery. Be sure to follow more of Mark's opinions and exploits via Twitter and on his blog!

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