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The Dodos get a dose of electro, but don’t lose their folky intensity, in Time to Die.
Brassy, tacky, flashy, and sassy, Dolly Parton is so notorious for her eye-popping assets, acting career, and amusement-park entrepreneurship that we sometimes forget the reason she’s a star in the first place: her voice—a clear and shining instrument that can bring you to tears or drag you out of a funk with just a few bars.
On Dum Dum Girls’ debut, the band channels ’60s girl groups with innocent lyrics about hand-holding and first kisses.
4 walks the line between acid-fried Hendrix noodling and amber-lit easy listening.
Eagles of Death Metal roar back into gear with a pounding album.
Dance all night and never miss a beat with electronic duo Ear Pwr's Super Animal Brothers III.
If you stand too close to an amp, you feel like you're in hell; stand too close to your headphones while Earl Greyhound is playing, and your skin might melt right off.
Discerning fans of subdued, synthy Swedepop will be hard-pressed not to fall head over heels for El Perro Del Mar’s latest release.
There are some great tracks on Eleni Mandell's latest, but with a whopping 15 songs on this CD, you might find yourself hitting the "next" button to find 'em.
Singer/songwriter Emiliana Torrini delivers heartbreaking lyrics over an exotic array of pop sounds.
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