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Calexico, 'Carried to Dust'
On their new full-length, the eclectic band experiment with instrumentation and electronics to create a sound that is unclassifiable.
Passion Pit, 'Chunk of Change'
This EP from the Boston band, originally recorded to impress singer Michael Angelakos' girlfriend, is being re-issued with two bonus tracks.
Sasha, 'Involver 2'
On his latest album, the Welsh DJ puts a personal touch on remixes of his favorite tunes from artists like Ray LaMontagne and Thom Yorke.
Fujiya & Miyagi, 'Lightbulbs'
On their third studio album, the Brighton-based quartet plays electronic indie pop with infectious disco beats.
Tricky, 'Knowle West Boy'
Named after his hometown, the English artist's latest album combines hip-hop, reggae and punk for a truly unique sound.
Josh Rouse, 'The Best of the Rykodisc Years'
This compilation contains early works from the Nebraskan pop songwriter, as well as demo versions and alternate takes.
Emiliana Torrini, 'Me and Armini'
The Icelandic artist jumps from genre to genre, touching on ska, rockabilly and catchy pop on her new release.
Chad VanGaalen, 'Soft Airplane'
The songwriter and accomplished visual artist experiments with electronic music and folk on his latest album, recorded almost entirely on an old tape machine.
Joan Osborne, 'Little Wild One'
This eclectic album finds the singer-songwriter dabbling in blues, country and vintage rock 'n' roll with help from the same team who worked on her hit 'One of Us.'
Michael Franti & Spearhead, 'All Rebel Rockers'
The socially conscious band plays protest music that combines dub, hip-hop and soul on their follow-up to 2006's 'Yell Fire!'
Joan Baez, 'Day After Tomorrow'
The politically-charged album from this folk legend features covers of Elvis Costello and Tom Waits, as well as some new written material by producer Steve Earle.
The Silents, 'Sleepwalker'
On their debut full-length, the Chicago-based band play high energy post-punk with elements of grunge and New Wave.
The New Year, 'The New Year'
The former members of Bedhead display impressive musicianship and poetic lyrics on their third studio album.
Bound Stems, 'The Family Afloat'
The Chicago math rockers examine family life with endearing lyrics and heavy choruses on their sophomore album.
The rising L.A. songwriter shows off her knack for simple melody and vivid, conversational lyrics on this self-titled LP.
On her Mint Records debut, the Choir Practice member Larissa Loyva plays quirky, synth-based indie rock.
Novillero, 'A Little Tradition'
The band's third full-length album finds the Canadian five-piece indulging their pop-rock influences with hints of psychedelia.
Civet, 'Hell Hath No Fury'
The all-girl quartet play unapologetic punk rock on their Hellcat Records debut.
Behrouz, 'Nervous Nitelife: Pure Behrouz NYC'
This double disc from the acclaimed European DJ mixes tracks from producers such as Josh Wink, Danny Tenaglia and Taho.
Horse Feathers, 'House With No Home'
On their Americana-tinged sophomore effort, the band combine the hushed acoustic folk of Iron & Wine with rich lyrical imagery and haunting vocals.