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Wolf Parade, 'At Mount Zoomer'
The Canadian indie rock darlings dabble in prog-rock on their second album, partially recorded in the same church as Arcade Fire's 'Neon Bible'.
Dennis Wilson, 'Pacific Ocean Blue'
The re-release of this lost classic from the late Beach Boy contain original and previously unreleased bonus tracks.
The Offspring, 'Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace'
The enduring OC punk rockers' eighth studio album is their first set of new material in nearly five years.
Flying Lotus, 'Los Angeles'
Known for creating incidental music on Cartoon Network's 'Adult Swim,' the hip-hop DJ utilizes an organic production technique in the vein of J Dilla.
Various Artists, 'Verve Remixed 4'
This innovative compilation album contains remixes of jazz vocal classics by some of today's most talented DJs.
Orange, 'In the Midst of Chaos'
Recorded in 1987, the jazz group's only release contains groundbreaking experimentation with free-form improv.
This soulful English singer is a fresh, welcome addition to pop music's current roster of big-voiced songbirds.
Katy Perry, 'One of the Boys'
The sassy pastor's daughter sings risque tunes with a punk rock attitude.
Tilly and the Wall, 'O'
The Omaha based co-ed musical collective plays festive party music backed by heavy dance-rock beats.
Smoking Popes, 'Stay Down'
The Chicago indie rockers' seventh album in their first collection of new material since reuniting in 2005.
Chicago, 'Stone of Sisyphus (XXXII)'
Originally set to be released in 1994, the long awaited album from the veteran rock band has 16 new tracks.
Hans York, 'Young Amelia'
The award winning German songwriter paints an intimate musical landscape with his impressive acoustic guitar talent.
Dan Tyminski, 'Wheels'
The singing voice behind George Clooney's character in 'O Brother Where Art You?' plays timeless bluegrass on his second solo album.
Mick Hucknall, 'Tribute to Bobby'
The Simply Red frontman pays tribute to the influential blues singer Bobby 'Blue' Bland on his first solo LP.
James Blackshaw, 'Litany of Echoes'
Following up his critically acclaimed 'The Cloud of Unknowing,' the British acoustic singer-songwriter tries the piano on his latest release.
Derby, 'Posters Fade'
Earnest lyrics accompany the Portland band's fine-tuned combination of blissful melodic pop and laid back surf rock.
Supergrass, 'Diamond Hoo Ha'
On their sixth studio album, the Britpop quartet play energetic rock riffs with the help of producer Nick Launay (Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).