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When we last heard from Alison Goldfrapp, she was indulging her inner hippie-hugging trees and providing ambient down-tempo textures on 2008's Seventh Tree, an album that served as a rustic counterpoint to the glittery electro-glam of 2005's Supernature.
The Gossip embrace their proud pop-hood in Music for Men.
Iconic Grace Jones returns with an introspective version of her avant-garde, Caribbean-cool sound in Hurricane.
The self-titled debut by Grass Widow, an all-girl three-piece from San Francisco, hearkens back to those sweet, sweet days when the iPod was but a glimmer in our collective eye.
All Y'all is reminiscent of a few other garage rock bands you may already know, but that doesn't mean it's not a good listen.
Grizzly Bear ups the ante with their third album, Veckatimest, complementing their trademark sound with classy orchestration and flexing vocals to match.
Growing grew from a seed planted in Olympia, WA (where Wynne Greenwood from Tracy + the Plastics briefly played keyboard for them), in 2001; now the three bandmates who make up this dancey noise ensemble reside in Brooklyn and have released a new album, Pumps!
Hanne Hukkelberg mixes traditional melodies and influences with found sounds for her melancholy release Blood From a Stone.
The Furs’ sophomore effort, Face Control, pulses with drum-machine goodness.
Reissues can be a little ho-hum, but this 1976 collab between electronic-music pioneer Brian Eno and kraut-rock darlings Harmonia (a side project of NEU!’s Michael Rother) is worth the attention.
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