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This breezy debut from Cotton Jones makes for one smooth trip.
The Black Keys' singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach's solo debut.
Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse, alongside iconic names like Iggy Pop and David Lynch, release a haunting, heavy, and expertly-crafted collaboration for the ages with Dark Night of the Soul.
Andy Warhol, the Velvet Underground, Nico, Edie Sedgwick, and the rest of The Factory gang are held in high regard by those who consider them ground zero for cooler than cool. Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips understand this and are the right choice to produce original music for a selection of Warhol's 1960s black-and-white filmed screen tests.
Offend Maggie blends willfully crude, occasionally pounding art-punk with sweet ’60s textures.
Deerhunter returns melodious with Rainwater Cassette Exchange, a dreamy, pop-friendly, 5-song EP.
Deluka are like the teenybopper sisters of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs-they can't possibly live up to their older sibling's cool but still desperately try to emulate their killer style.
Cool psych-rockers Dengue Fever reminisce about the history of native Cambodian rock music through the documentary and CD Sleepwalking Through the Mekong.
The long-awaited second album from Brooklyn's Department of Eagles.
The maddening irony of reviewing a watermarked disk of What Will We Be is that it forces the writer to hunt down her quaint, much neglected boombox—a gesture that implicitly bears a Devendra Banhart stamp of approval.
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