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Conor Oberst, 'Conor Oberst'
The prolific indie-folk songwriter drops the Bright Eyes moniker for his first solo album in 13 years.
The Walkmen, 'You & Me'
For their latest album, the New York-based band use ambience and organ layers to craft dreamy, romantic pop.
Marching Band, 'Spark Large'
The new album from the Swedish indie-pop group was produced by Adam Lasus, who has worked with bands like Yo La Tango and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
Elvis Presley, 'The Complete '68 Comeback Special'
In celebration of the 40-year anniversary of one of Elvis' most important performances, Sony/BMG has released a four-disc box set of all the King's hits.
Sarah McLachlan, 'Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (Legacy Edition)'
This re-issue of the singer-songwriter's classic 1993 album features unreleased alternate versions and live performances.
Telepathique, 'Last Time On Earth'
On their newest album, these Brazillian beat masters blend breakbeat, house and electro music to create a rave-inspiring sound.
Amy Ray, 'Didn't It Feel Kinder'
On her third studio solo album, the Indigo Girl masterfully blends blends powerful ballads with political undertones.
Randy Newman, 'Harps and Angels'
After almost ten years, the new album from this musical legend has a satirical flavor.
Oxford Collapse, 'Bits'
The raucous Brooklyn trio take a more mature approach to their '80s college rock sound on this Sub Pop release.
Plastilina Mosh, 'All U Need Is Mosh'
As a follow up to their well recieved 'Best Of' album, these latin-electronica rockers have released a new full-length.
Bumblebeez, 'Prince Umberto & The Sister of Ill'
This colorful electronica group drew inspiration for their latest album from artists like Daft Punk and the Beastie Boys.
Mike Gordon, 'The Green Sparrow'
Featured on the former Phish bassist's latest album are fellow Phish-man Trey Anastasio, Bill Kreutzmann and Chuck Leavell.