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- Posted on Aug 21st 2008 12:00PM by Christina Lang
Uh Huh Her, 'Common Reaction'
The duo consisting of 'The L Word' star Leisha Hailey and former Mellowdrone member Camila Grey play electropop on their first full-length album.
Laura Marling, 'Alas I Cannot Swim'
The young British folk singer's album showcases an astonishing maturity in her songwriting and intimate vocal style.
Stereolab, 'Chemical Chords'
By combining experimental indie rock with a retro lounge aesthetic, this London-based band has crafted an LP unlike anything else out today.
Juliana Hatfield, 'How to Walk Away'
The former Black Babies punk shows off her songwriting chops on this collection of melodic pop-rock tunes.
David Byrne & Brian Eno, 'Everything That Happens Will Happen Today'
The Talking Heads frontman and legendary ambient music producer teamed up for their first collaboration in nearly 30 years.
Ra Ra Riot, 'The Rhumb Line'
On their first full-length, the band reflects on the death of their drummer John Ryan Pike with an end result that is both mournful and life-affirming.
Death Vessel, 'Nothing Is Precious'
Singer-songwriter Joel Thibodeau plays psychedelic-folk on his Sub Pop debut.
Lykke Li, 'Youth Novels'
On her debut LP, the soulful Swedish songbird plays unconventional pop with the production help of Bjorn Yttling (of Peter Bjorn & John).
Glen Campbell, 'Meet Glen Campbell'
The artist whose career spans over five decades covers artists like John Lennon, Green Day and U2 on his latest studio album.
Hotel Lights, 'Firecracker People'
Darren Jesse, the songwriter and former drummer for Ben Folds Five, plays earnest indie-pop as the pianist, guitarist and vocalist for his new band.
The Walkmen, 'You & Me'
For their latest album, the New York-based band use ambiance and organ layers to craft dreamy, romantic pop.
Lee "Scratch" Perry, 'Repentance'
The dub legend who has worked with Bob Marley and the Clash teamed up with Andrew W.K. for his latest club-ready LP.
Pictures and Sound, 'Pictures and Sound'
Former Blue Merle frontman Luke Reynolds played a dozen instruments on his Vanguard Records debut, which he wrote while traveling the world.
The Duhks, 'Fast Paced World'
On their fourth album, the band locked themselves in a Nashville basement to bring new direction to their folk-funk sound.
Caesars, 'Strawberry Weed'
The Swedish garage-rockers play infectious power-pop with a timeless quality on their sixth full-length.
Sonny J, 'Disastro'
The Liverpool-born DJ has created a dance-pop soundtrack for the summer on his sample-heavy debut.
The '90s alt-rockers revive their hard rock stomp for their first collection of new material since 2001's 'Hell Below/Stars Above.'
Various Artists, 'Total Kompakt 9'
The latest installment in the iconic electronic label's annual series features exclusive contributions from some of the world's hottest DJs.