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With a slew of global influences under her belt, Jaqee perfects the charmingly sweet, vintage pop song in Kokoo Girl.
Jarvis Cocker shows off his soulful, rock star swagger in the former Pulp frontman's release Further Complications.
Summer parties on rooftops need soundtracks, and Javelins No Más is the perfect album to covet all season long.
Snappy punk-inspired Jay Reatard pumps you up with the bopping, cohesive energy of Watch Me Fall.
You may know Jay Reatard from one of the many bands he's been in, but his solo effort, minimal garage-punk pop, might be his best act yet.
Jem's second album is easy, all-knowing, and happy-go-lucky.
Bratty ex-Be Your Own Pet singer Jemina Pearl flies solo, but retains her sassy, punky charm in Break It Up.
Jenny Lewis has struck gold again with Acid Tongue.
The new trend among bands has turned from naming themselves after woodland creatures to naming themselves after repeated letters of the alphabet. First the xx came along with its pulsing R&B grooves, and now jj is back with their second full-length, n*3.
Joanna Newsom has never seemed to care much about mainstream appeal. While her fellow freak folkers Devendra Banhart and Animal Collective have racked up acclaim for their more radio-friendly efforts, Newsom has released a triple album, with some songs clocking in at nine minutes long.
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