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- Posted on Sep 10th 2007 12:00PM by Mike Spinella
The Go! Team, 'Proof of Youth'
Hailing from Brighton, England, this second album is bound to get everyone dancing.
Calvin Harris, 'I Created Disco'
Influences from bands including Daft Punk and LCD Soundsystem are apparent on this Scottish electronic artist's debut.
Pinback, 'Autumn of the Seraphs'
The fourth full-length record from the San Diego indie band boasts magnetic melodies and more aggressive percussion.
Ani DiFranco, 'Canon'
The singer-songwriter celebrates her prolific, 18-year career with this double-disc set of socially conscious punk-folk tunes.
Shout Out Louds, 'Our Ill Wills'
Lush alt-pop anthems are the result of this collaboration between the Swedish band and producer Bjorn Yttling (of Peter Bjorn and John).
Animal Collective, 'Strawberry Jam'
The New York-based experimental band describes its eighth full-length album as "chiseled" and "shiver-inducing."
Sarah Blasko, 'What the Sea Wants, the Sea Will Have'
The Australian songstress' sophomore disc showcases her unique vocals gliding over intelligent pop melodies.
Drug Rug, 'Drug Rug'
The Boston duo delivers a batch of sweet, psychedelic pop songs with magnetic boy-girl harmonies.
Oakley Hall, 'I'll Follow You'
The Brooklyn-based band explores the depths of American folk-rock on its fourth full-length.
Scott Matthews, 'Passing Stranger'
His debut album introduces us to his blues-influenced folk songs and his sultry voice.
Joe Henry, 'Civilians'
Textured arrangements and solid jazz instrumentation float through the singer-songwriter's latest effort.
Para One, 'Epiphanie'
The French producer fuses hip-hop and techno on his latest beat-driven journey through electronic soundscapes.
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.