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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, 'Is Is'
The songs of this EP by the New York post-punk trio were written on the road and recorded in a single day.
UNKLE, 'War Stories'
For UNKLE's third album, collaborators including Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Massive Attack's 3D, add to the brooding atmosphere.
Tegan & Sara, 'The Con'
Co-produced by Death Cab for Cutie guitarist Chris Walla, the latest album from twins Tegan and Sara comprises 14 indie pop gems.
Various Artists, 'The Simpsons Movie' Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer's eeexcellent score features on the soundtrack to America's favorite yellow family's first film.
Prince, 'Planet Earth'
The iconic singer delivers his signature funk with flashy guitars while addressing political and environmental themes.
John Vanderslice, 'Emerald City'
With a title inspired by the "Green Zone" in Iraq, singer-songwriter John Vanderslice's latest album was recorded during his own immigration fiasco.
Portugal. The Man, 'Church Mouth'
Alaskan trio Portugal. The Man pays tribute to the psychedelic rock of the '60s and '70s on their experimental sophomore album.
Tiny Vipers, 'Hands Across the Void'
Seattle folkster Jesy Fortino's new album is simple yet striking, featuring calm guitars and intimate vocals.
Dan Sartain, 'Join Dan Sartain'
23-year-old Alabama native Dan Sartain critiques poverty, capitalism and corruption on his latest album.
The Budos Band, 'The Budos Band 2'
Started as an after-school jazz ensemble, the 11-piece Budos Band plays rhythmic '70s funk with a strong Afro-soul influence.
Uh Huh Her, 'I See Red'
Most of this electro-pop EP from Camila Grey and Leisha Hailey, formerly of the Murmurs, was recorded in Grey's home.
Josh Rouse, 'Country Mouse, City House'
Recorded in a mere six day session, the seventh proper full-length album from singer-songwriter Josh Rouse is full of folk-tinged pop.
Matthew Dear, 'Asa Breed'
Innovative electronic artist Matthew Dear showcases minimalist, pop-inspired techno on his sophomore full-length album.