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The Walkmen, 'You & Me'
For their latest album, the New York-based band use ambience and organ layers to craft dreamy, romantic pop.
Neil Halstead, 'Oh! Mighty Engine'
The British guitarist and singer-songwriter enlisted the help of friends to create this home-recorded folk album.
Dr. Dog, 'Fate'
The nostalgic Philadelphia-based quintet play blues and country inflected rock with rich harmonies and '60s era hooks.
Takka Takka, 'Migration'
The Brooklyn band play experimental indie pop on their meditative sophomore effort.
James Jackson Toth, 'Waiting in Vain'
The singer-songwriter drops his Wooden Wand moniker to explore country, blues, and soul on his solo debut.
The Rumble Strips, 'Girls and Weather'
The debut album from this Britpop band features optimistic lyrics and epic arena-ready choruses.
Zach Gill, 'Stuff'
The frequent Jack Johnson collaborator used unique instrumentation to create this collection of playful pop gems.
This Swedish band plays a unique blend of surf rock and light hearted indie pop mixed with '80s synths.
Pas/Cal, 'I Was Raised on Matthew, Mark, Luke & Laura'
The exuberant Detroit band plays quirky, idiosyncratic pop on their debut full-length.