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- Posted on May 21st 2007 12:00PM by Mike Spinella
It is hard to categorize Battles, who have created a fresh sound that combines math rock, dance, and avant garde electronica on their debut album.
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The National, 'The Boxer'
Sufjan Stevens (among others) helps the National explore new sounds and unique instrumentation on their fourth full-length album.
Austin, Texas-based indie rock group Voxtrot show off their skill for classic pop songwriting on their energetic debut.
Jeff Buckley, 'So Real: Songs From Jeff Buckley'
This collection of album tracks, alternate and live takes showcases the legendary singer-songwriter's tragically short-lived career.
The Bravery, 'The Sun and the Moon'
New York band the Bravery follow up their successful debut album with another collection of gritty dance punk.
Hot Chip, 'DJ-Kicks'
Hot Chip hand-picked their favorite tunes and contributed one of their own for the latest installment in the DJ Kicks series.
Loudon Wainwright III, 'Strange Weirdos: Music from and Inspired by the film Knocked Up'
Veteran folkster Loudon Wainwright III was handpicked by director Judd Apatow to provide music for the upcoming film 'Knocked Up.'
Ben Watt, 'Buzzin' Fly 4'
Everything But the Girl member Ben Watt compiled this mix of some of the best cuts from his house label Buzzin' Fly, including new tracks of his own.
The Maccabees, 'Colour It In'
The debut album from British art-rock band the Maccabees, who were once called "the best new band in Britain" by NME.