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Rachael Yamagata’s new album is achingly good and full of universal truths.
Perhaps no artist alive embodies the creaky, creepy, ornately detailed steampunk aesthetic more than Rasputina's Melora Creager. Instantly recognizable on stage in her bloomers, petticoats, and vintage corsetry, Creager has been creating compelling cello-fueled art rock since the early 90s, with help from a rotating cast of supporting cellists and drummers.
With all the best bits of the recent nu-shoegaze craze (see: the Big Pink, A Sunny Day In Glasgow), it’s amazing that veteran Robin Guthrie has made an album that, however unintentionally, takes the newcomers to school.
She donned the mile-high beehive ages before Amy Winehouse and flaunted her sex appeal years before Madonna.
RTX, sounds like the spawn that ’80s hair metal and ’90s grunge never had.
Hit the dance floor with Swedish pop sensation, Sally Shapiro, and her aptly-titled disco-pop album My Guilty Pleasure.
Shrouded in drone, the entire album is consistently intriguing and enigmatic.
English singer/songwriter Scout Niblett shares a minimalist sensibility and general vocal range with her more glamorous contemporary Cat Power, but there are less obvious comparisons to be made on her new album, The Calcination.
Iceland’s Seabear started out as singer Sindri Már Sigfússon’s solo project but quickly morphed into a seven-strong collective of multi-instrumentalists.
It's difficult to listen to the incomparable soul stylings of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and not think their energetic recordings came out of a vault somewhere. But even with all their gritty authenticity, Jones and company are no '60s relics.
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