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A girl-punk dream, The Slits’ Trapped Animal brings the genre back to its gritty roots at the hands of punk rock royalty.
The Splinters' first full-length, Kick, sounds like the sort of music that would be featured on the soundtrack for a fictitious movie called High School Detention.
Mike Skinner's (aka The Streets) quirky new album is a throwback to the electro-rap pyrotechnics and surprising arrangements that made him a favorite in the UK.
Lesser-known indie rock legends the Vaselines rekindle the old spirit of scrappy, lo-fi rock music in Enter the Vaselines.
The Watson Twins have matured beyond what they're most known for: singing backup on Jenny Lewis' 2006 solo album, Rabbit Fur Coat.
It's impossible to look at the debut from Them Crooked Vultures with clear eyes.
These Are Powers is impossibly hip and impossible to categorize.
Scandanavia lets the sun shine in with the peppy pop sounds of In Our Space Hero Suits, the danceable party-time masterpiece from girl-group Those Dancing Days.
Harken back to the good ol' days of country music with the playful, precocious lyrics and sounds of Those Darlins.
Those Darlins' debut leaves us thirstin' for more.
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