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- Posted on Sep 2nd 2008 11:00AM by Christina Lang
Brian Wilson, 'That Lucky Old Sun'
The legendary Beach Boys singer, songwriter and producer has released a new collection of sunny, SoCal-themed pop, interspersed with spoken-word interludes.
TK Webb & the Visions, 'Ancestor'
After taking two stabs at a solo career, the blues guitarist has put together a three-piece band for an album of heavy '70s rock.
Sam Champion, 'Heavenly Bender'
On its sophomore full-length, this quartet jumps from genre to genre, with sounds reaching from alt-country roots rock to boisterous NYC punk.
Brooke Waggoner, 'Heal for the Honey'
A move to Nashville helped bring a country twang to the Louisiana-born singer-pianist's emotional pop songwriting.
Birdmonster, 'From the Mountain to the Sea'
Producer Tom Schick (Ryan Adams, Rufus Wainwright) helped inject a trace of Americana into the laid-back indie quartet's third album.
Various Artists, 'Soundtrack to Bones'
Crystal Method, Stereophonics and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are just some of the contributors to this soundtrack from the popular Fox series.
Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip, 'Angles'
The English trip-hop duo combines thought-provoking rap and grimy beats on their debut full-length.
Apollo Sunshine, 'Shall Noise Upon'
Following up their self-titled debut, the unpredictable art-rock trio continues to explore exotic new sounds with fuzzy guitars and celestial atmospherics.
Rocket From the Crypt, 'All Systems Go Vol. 3'
This compilation album contains previously unreleased rarities recorded in the punk rockers' practice space between 1997 and 2000.
Shugo Tokumaru, 'Exit'
The Japanese songwriter and multi-instrumentalist plays quirky, experimental pop on his latest full-length effort.