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Cyndi Lauper, 'Bring Ya to the Brink'
More than 25 years after her debut, the dance-pop artist releases an album inspired by European beat music.
The Futureheads, 'This Is Not the World'
The English post punk quartet play frenzied guitar rock on their third studio album.
Steinski, 'What Does It All Mean? 1983-2006 Retrospective'
This two-disc set celebrating the legendary DJ contains classic and hard to find compositions, as well as a critically acclaimed, hour-long mashup.
L.A. noise rockers Health enlisted a diverse team of electronic music producers to remix their 2007 self-titled debut.
Islands, 'Arm's Way'
The genre-hopping Montreal sextet play quirky, cinematic pop on their second studio album.
Spiritualized, 'Songs in A&E'
The only remaining original member, Jason Pierce (aka J. Spaceman) wrote and sang all the material on the band's first LP in half-a-decade.
Butcher the Bar, 'Sleep at Your Own Risk'
Manchester acoustic singer-songwriter Joel Nicholson channels Elliott Smith's relaxed vocals on this collection of lo-fi bedroom pop.
Cary Brothers, 'Cooking With...'
The singer-songwriter best known for his contribution to the 'Garden State' soundtrack plays songs from his emotional debut, 'Who You Are'
Federico Aubele, 'Cooking With...'
This album was recorded live in a studio in Buenos Aires (and is packaged with Aubele's family recipe for Empanadas!)
Tracy Lawrence, 'Cooking With...'
The chart-topping country music star plays stripped down, acoustic versions of songs from his recent release, 'For the Love'
Calvin Richardson, 'When Love Comes'
The new prince of soul composed, produced and performed guitar on all of the songs on his first studio album in five years.
James Pants, 'Welcome'
The multi-instrumentalist beat wizard was discovered when he introduced himself to Stones Throw founder Peanut Butter Wolf after his high school prom.
Free Kitten, 'Inherit'
The musical collaboration featuring members of Sonic Youth, Boredoms and Pavement release their fourth full-length album.
Port O'Brien, 'All We Could Do Was Sing'
The West Coast band trades their raw sound for slick production, enlisting the help of producer Aaron Prellwitz (Mountain Goats, DCFC) for their latest release.