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Here's something new: The guy behind psychedelic-pop darlings Black Moth Super Rainbow has created a noise album you can dance to.
At heart, this is nervous and compelling shit for heads stuck up their own asses.
Everything But The Girl's Tracey Thorn is back, with her third solo release, Love And Its Opposite. As with her work in EBTG, Thorn successfully keeps the balance between acoustic-based tunes and alt-pop/electronic ones.
TV on the Radio's awesome sophomore effort stays true to the group's experimental roots.
Vampire Weekend's self-titled debut earned the group a million great reviews, even more screaming fans, and, of course, a legion of haters.
While Japan is nowhere near the powerhouse of the U.S. or the U.K. in terms of worldwide musical influence, it's always had a thriving pop-music scene.
Sweet-soul-music fans, rejoice! Daptone, the label that has kept the authentic sounds of R&B alive from its base in Brooklyn since 2001, has released a stellar compilation of hits, rarities, and previously unreleased material from their talented family of artists.
Female MCs take the mic in Fly Girls: B-Boys Beware Revenge of the Super Female Rappers, a collection of the ill-est (if not best known) voices of early hip hop.
Bat For Lashes, the Muslims, Indian Jewelry, and other awesome avant-garde bands contribute their take on the Cure in this consummate collection.
Variety rules on this Cure tribute filled with under-the-radar artists.
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