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St. Vincent is as dulcent as she is haunting in her beautifully spooky, almost cinematic album Actor.
Honest and urban, Stephanie McKay puts the feeling back in to soul music with her self-penned album Tell It Like It Is.
Quirky Canadian twins Tegan and Sara are back, this time abandoning the darker sound that penetrated The Con and returning, a bit, to their folk-rock roots.
You can count on Stereo Total. Uncertainty may whizz around us at megawarp speed these days, but the German/French quirk-pop duo never fails to crank out rad euro-electro jams.
Dance Mother is an avant-garde/hip-hop hybrid.
I saw Tender Forever perform one lazy weeknight last summer, and listening to her new album, No Snare, brings it all back.
Say buh-bye to the Tender Trap of yore. Not only have mainstays Amelia Fletcher and Rob Pursey kicked up a spankin' new girl-group vibe for this third release, but they've also added Elizabeth Morris (Allo Darlin') and Katrina Dixon–all the better for harmonic ba-ba-ba's and sha-la-la's.
The Besnard Lakes Are the Roaring Night, the third full-length from this Canadian-based husband-and-wife duo, is a beautifully composed conceptual rock album that relates a story of war and espionage.
Hall & Oates isn't a guilty pleasure. Even hip-hop's finest, from De La Soul to Wu-Tang Clan, have been sampling their catchy hooks for years.
Retro-pop with a sense of humor makes The Bird and The Bee's latest album sophisticated and enchanting.
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