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- Posted on Sep 24th 2007 11:30AM by Mike Spinella
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, '100 Days, 100 Nights'
The Brooklyn band continues to capture the essence of classic soul and funk while adding its own contemporary spin.
Stars, 'In Our Bedroom After the War'
Engaging melodies complement the lush instrumentation throughout the Canadian indie pop band's fourth full-length record.
Jose Gonzalez, 'In Our Nature'
On his sophomore release, Gonzalez reacts on world issues and world leaders.
Office, 'A Night at the Ritz'
The Chicago indie rock band keeps the energy and tempo up throughout, resulting in a danceable debut.
Motion City Soundtrack, 'Even If It Kills Me'
The duo's third release is a sweet, pop smash.
Sea Wolf, 'Leaves in the River'
The Los Angeles-based indie band shines on its debut full-length, offering a collection of dreamy pop tunes.
Joni Mitchell, 'Shine'
Ten new original songs influenced by Mitchell's passion to save the environment.
Herbie Hancock, 'River: The Joni Letters'
Leonard Cohen, Norah Jones and Corinne Bailey Rae appear on this tribute to Hancock's longtime friend Joni Mitchell.
Matt Pond PA, 'Last Light'
The Philly-based singer-songwriter provides even more personal lyrics and winsome hooks on his seventh album.
Shocking Pinks, 'Shocking Pinks'
The New Zealand band's latest disc is a compilation of their two previous releases and features melancholic melodies over hazy instruments.
Cave Singers, 'Invitation Songs'
Singer Pete Quirk's unique vocals add a haunting yet charming twist to the Seattle folk band's debut.
Devendra Banhart, 'Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon'
The indie-folk singer's latest effort includes guest appearances from Gael Garcia Bernal and Nick Valensi of the Strokes.
A.A. Bondy, 'American Hearts'
Recorded and mixed within just a month, the former Verbena frontman's solo debut hauntingly blends folk and blues.
Patrick Watson, 'Close to Paradise'
Watson's classical music and cabaret pop influences have been compared to the likes of Jeff Buckley and Rufus Wainwright.
Small Sins, 'Mood Swings'
The Canadian indie band, led by ex-Carnations member Thomas D'Arcy, releases its sophomore disc of electronica-tinged pop.
Tiefschwarz, 'Strictly Tiefschwarz'
This eclectic mix by the German duo celebrates the diversity of house music by fusing the genre with a wide array of musical styles.