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The Streets, 'Everything is Borrowed'
English emcee Mike Skinner goes for a more positive vibe on his fourth studio album.
Raphael Saadiq, 'The Way I See It'
The singer, songwriter and producer channels the retro sounds of Motown on his latest release, with a guest appearance by Joss Stone.
GZA, 'Pro Tools'
The Wu-Tang Clan's most poetic emcee displays his signature laid-back flow with contributions from the RZA and other members of the Wu family.
Jem, 'Down to Earth'
The singer-songwriter puts her World music influences on display for the follow-up to her acclaimed 2004 album, 'Finally Woken.'
Portugal. The Man, 'Censored Colors'
Former members of Anatomy of a Ghost form this trio, whose third full-length album contains experimental prog-rock with elements of folk and blues.
Morgan Geist, 'Double Night Time'
The New York DJ and founder of Environ Records releases his first album under his own name since his 1997 debut 'The Driving Memoirs.'
James Galway, 'O'Reilly Street'
The legendary flutist collaborated with Grammy-nomited Cuban group Tiempo Libre for this lively release.
Mother Mother, 'O My Heart'
The Vancouver quintet's hook-filled sophomore release combines alternative folk and contemporary indie rock.
Benjamin Taylor, 'The Legend of Kung Folk'
Jamie Cullum makes a guest appearance on the third studio album from this acoustic folksmith, son of James Taylor and Carly Simon.
Bart Davenport, 'Palaces'
The former frontman for the Loved One pays tribute to the West Coast on his fourth solo disc.
Dressy Bessy, 'Holler and Stomp'
The Denver-based indie rockers play jangly, '60s throwback pop with plenty of modern hooks.
Passion Pit, 'Chunk of Change'
This EP from the Boston-based band, originally recorded to impress singer Michael Angelakos' girlfriend, is being re-issued with two bonus tracks.