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- Posted on May 12th 2008 5:00PM by Christina Lang
Death Cab for Cutie, 'Narrow Stairs'
Ben Gibbard and Co. stray from their indie pop roots and experiment with dark new sounds on the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2005's 'Plans.'
We Are Scientists, 'Brain Thrust Mastery'
The witty garage-rock trio from Williamsburg, Brooklyn maintain a winning formula of constant hooks and charisma on their second major-label release.
E For Explosion, 'Reinventing the Heartbeat'
Songwriter/musician/producer Jamison Covington cites My Bloody Valentine and the Cure as influences on his poppy blend of shoegaze and new wave.
Various Artists, 'Juno B-sides: Almost Adopted Songs'
This compilation contains 15 songs originally intended for the film's soundtrack by artists such as Belle & Sebastian, Yo La Tengo and actress Ellen Page.
The Presets, 'Apocalypso'
The Sydney-based electronic duo's sophomore release paints a vivid soundscape with a catchy blend of pop, funk and synth.
Emmanuel Jal, 'Warchild'
On his third release, the Sudanese musician and rapper incorporates stories and lessons learned from his experience as a former child soldier.
Frank Sinatra, 'Nothing But the Best'
Coinciding with the 10-year anniversary of his passing, this collection of 22 legendary songs honors the Chairman of the Board.
Joe Cocker, 'Hymn for My Soul'
The iconic singer teamed with producer Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Kings of Leon) for this collection of soulful rock gems.
Kassin + 2, 'Futurismo'
Alexandre Kassin takes center stage for this groove-based album, combining experimental rock and electronica with traditional Brazilian bossa nova.
Langhorne Slim, 'Langhorne Slim'
The Pennsylvania-native folkie makes another generous offering of high-spirited acoustic gems.
Tim Fite, 'Fair Ain't Fair'
The Brooklyn-native genre bending craftsman expounds on topics of greed and consumerism on his second full-length recording.