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- Posted on Jun 18th 2007 11:00AM by Adam Horne
Art Brut, 'It's a Bit Complicated'
British rockers Art Brut combine pop punk with tongue-in-cheek humor on their second full-length album.
The Polyphonic Spree, 'The Fragile Army'
The latest studio album from symphonic rock group Polyphonic Spree is influenced by operatic rock bands of the Seventies.
The Mooney Suzuki, 'Have Mercy'
After a number of label switches and lineup changes, garage rockers Mooney Suzuki are back with their fourth full-length album.
Rocky Votolato, 'The Brag & Cuss'
Texas-born indie folkster Rocky Votolato utilized a full band to help give this album a classic country sound.
Maps, 'We Can Create'
James Chapman (aka Maps) recorded this ambitious album on a 16-track in his bedroom, creating stunning atmospherics without the help of a computer.
On their debut album, the innovative duo Digitalism explore the wide spectrum of dance genres, with hints of indie rock mixed in.
Memphis, 'A Little Place in the Wilderness'
Stars frontman Torquil Campbell teamed up with Chris Dumont for the follow-up to the 2004 album 'I Dreamed We Fell Apart.'
Chromeo, 'Fancy Footwork'
P-Thugg and Dave 1, who make up the Canadian electrofunk duo Chromeo, play synth-pop party music on their second LP.
Grand National, 'A Drink and a Quick Decision'
The sophomore album from Grand National (La Rudd and Rupert Lyddon) features a dark electro sound combined with live instrumental performances.
Benji Cossa, 'Between the Blue and the Green'
Lo-fi indie songwriter Benji Cossa's second studio album is a collection of recordings from various home sessions.
Various Artists, 'GU Mixed'
Global Underground follow up the successful 'GU10' with this compilation of exclusive and previously unreleased music from the world's greatest dance artists.
Dappled Cities, 'Granddance'
Dappled Cities, the five piece art-rock band from Sydney, Australia, play exuberant indie-pop music on their second studio album.
Adam Freeland, 'Global Underground: Mexico City'
Global Underground's newest star is Adam Freeland, the British DJ whose double-disc mix is based on a recent sold-out show at Club Continental in Mexico City.