First of all, make sure to take a look at Monday's Scissorkick update- he's posted a couple of tracks from Home Video's forthcoming Citizen EP on Warp, and they're quite nice, especially "In A Submarine."
R3mote are an electro-pop duo on Andrew Weatherall's Rotters Golf Club label, and have released a lone EP (R3motion), which is very good. And is it just me, or does "Freefall" co-opt the synth sound from the Nails' "88 Lines About 44 Women"? Not that I'm complaining, though; it's a great song.
As for the Hood track, it's from 2001's brilliant Cold House on Aesthetics Records, on which Hood collaborate with Anticon MC's Doseone and Why? and, surprisingly make their sometimes grating delivery work in an indie-pop context.
Also, Interpol's first single from Antics, "Slow Hands," is available on the iTunes music store, and it's possibly the best thing they've yet released. They sound less like Joy Division than ever, thankfully, but there's a clever little nod to Ian Curtis in the lyrics. Fun stuff, if you like that kind of thing.
Hood, with downloadable outtakes and radio mix
Hood mp3 page, with live tracks and rarities
Hood, "You Show No Emotion At All" video (via Domino Records; Realmedia)