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Be Yourself features up-and-coming (as well as some already known) folk musicians paying tribute to Graham Nash's first release, Songs for Beginners.
Indie sweethearts Viva Voce pair swooning voices with bold rock statements for the powerhouse release Rose City.
This all-girl rock trio delivers jangly guitars and driving beats that sound like they were recorded in someone’s basement.
Packed tight with eerie, dark, and discordant rock-pop, Wetdog's Frauhaus! has the same appeal as finding yourself alone at a seedy carnival after the sun has set.
White Denim’s name may reference the acid-washed ’80s, but on Fits, the Austin, TX, trio’s third full-length, their sound mines the acid-testing ’60s, hard-rock ’70s, alt-rock ’90s, indie-rock ’00s, and everything in between.
So-Cal garage rockers the Willowz deploy classic blues-rock riffs, swaggering vocals, and freewheeling guitar melodies in a way that ignites a touch of nostalgia for the rock ‘n’ roll glory days, whenever those were.
While the band has been revamped, Wolfmother’s bluesy rock vibe returns in Cosmic Egg.
Wreckless Eric’s latest is full of Beatles references, but ultimately delivers little more than cartoon-gooey pop and nostalgia.
Bittersweet, expressive folk-rock plucks heartstrings on Baltimore duo Wye Oak's album The Knot.
Xiu Xiu is the brain baby of experimental indie rocker Jamie Stewart, and on Dear God, I Hate Myself he’s joined by new bandmate Angela Seo, who takes on piano, synth, and drum-programming duties.
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