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Pinback, 'Autumn of the Seraphs' (Exclusive)
The fourth full-length record from the San Diego indie band boasts magnetic melodies and more aggressive percussion.
Hard-Fi, 'Once Upon a Time In the West'
In a Nutshell: Coming out of the Kitchensink label phenomena, Hard Fi's sophomore CD promises to be as acclaimed as the first.
Pink Floyd, 'Piper At the Gates of Dawn'
The Lowdown: Pink Floyd re-releases their 1967 Gothic-themed pop songs.
Various Artists, 'Guilt by Association'
Indie superstars such as Superchunk, the Concretes and Luna cover their guilty pop pleasures of yesteryear.
Just Jack, 'Overtones'
The sharp-tongued Brit is back with his sophomore disc, delivering catchy melodies over danceable beats.
Black Lips, 'Good Bad Not Evil'
Atlanta's favorite "flower punk" band brings loads of effervescent energy and smirky showmanship on its latest effort.
Clare & The Reasons, 'The Movie'
The Brooklyn pop band shines on its lush debut album, complete with a string section and an appearance from Sufjan Stevens.
Ferraby Lionheart, 'Catch the Brass Ring'
Fans of Elliott Smith and Rufus Wainwright will savor the fine folk tunes off the Los Angeles singer-songwriter's full-length debut.
New Young Pony Club, 'Fantastic Playroom'
The London quintet sets itself apart from other dance-rock acts with this highly infectious batch of electro-pop disco tunes.
The New York-based experimental rock band continues to veer from the mainstream with this intriguing fourth record.
Patti Scialfa, 'Play It as It Lays'
Singer-songwriter Scialfa and wife of Bruce Springsteen layers her signature folk-rock sound with elements of blues, country and doo-wop on her third solo album.