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The Black Keys sixth full-length, Brothers, is a platter heaped with slogging, swampy, sweltering takes on blues tradition.
Rombo EP brings home the pounding bass, in-your-face syths, and crispy percussive R&B.
Just Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) and a few of his friends--Iggy Pop, David Byrne, Dizzee Rascal to name a few.
Aided and abetted by sultry Alison Mosshart, Jack White blackens garage blues into a thick, gooey tar on the supergroup's second album, Sea of Cowards. The wooly, bottom-heavy, 70s-funk thump oozes menace like Jimmy Page coming down from heroin or Deep Purple heard through a hit of brown acid.
Dirty, sexy Jack White and his all-star friends get even grittier with the Dead Weather's growling album Horehound.
Arty Brooklyn-band, The Dirty Projectors, twist electronica into the complex, curious, and catchy album, Bitte Orca.
Prog rock gets a kick in the pants from The Entrance Band and their self-titled debut.
The Ettes’ girl garage rock with some serious vintage flair reverbs through Do You Want Power.
Powerhouse vox, Coco, conjures up old-school girl rock with the rest of The Ettes on Danger Is.
The Fall have been around so long, you'd think they'd need no introduction, but since most of you kittens weren't even born when this U.K. punk band got its start in 1976, allow me to introduce you to one of the most seminal bands of the genre.
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