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The New Pornographers, 'Challengers'
The fourth album from the Canadian indie-rock outfit boasts thought-provoking lyrics and charming vocals over pure pop melodies.
Architecture in Helsinki, 'Places Like This'
The band from Down Under continues to demonstrate their unconventional pop sensibility on their latest effort, fusing eccentric instrumentation over calypso-based rhythms.
Galactic, 'From the Corner to the Block'
The New Orleans funk band's stirring ability to blend their signature retro style with modern material is apparent on this disc, resulting in a collection of highly danceable tunes.
Electronic musician Dan Snaith delivers a layered collection of experimental pop, painting psychedelic soundscapes track after track.
Earlimart, 'Mentor Tormentor'
The fifth LP from the Los Angeles-based indie-pop band integrates various song styles ranging from upbeat rock numbers to more ballad-oriented cuts.
Patrick Park, 'Everyone's in Everyone'
The first track off the singer-songwriter's sophomore disc, 'Life Is a Song,' was featured on the series finale of the hit show, 'The O.C.'
Kinski, 'Down Below It's Chaos'
Fuzzy electric guitars, pounding percussion and textured vocals dominate the Seattle rock band's third Sub Pop full-length.
Imperial Teen, 'The Hair, The TV, The Baby and the Band'
Cheerful pop tunes sprinkled with pleasant boy-girl harmonies comprise the San Francisco-based group's first album in five years.