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Jenny Lewis, 'Acid Tongue'
The Rilo Kiley leader collaborated with She & Him, Elvis Costello and Chris Robinson on her second solo release.
Cold War Kids, 'Loyalty to Loyalty'
Continuing to build off their internet buzz, the band's second full-length album encapsulates their unique, soulful take on indie rock.
The Raveonettes, 'Sometimes They Drop By'
Danish duo the Raveonettes create another enticing mix of electro-pop and indie-rock on their fourth album.
Jackson Browne, 'Time the Conqueror'
The veteran singer-songwriter releases his first studio album in more than six years, filled with memorable and melodic folk-pop tunes.
These United States, 'Crimes'
This eccentric American band produces another intriguingly complex, yet catchy album with their sophomore attempt.
Three multi-instrumentalists from Portland, OR craft playful indie-pop with a hip-hop influence.
This piano and synth-heavy band play New Wave pop on their politically and socially charged fourth album.
Graham Nash, 'Songs for Beginners'
This 1971 debut solo album is revisited, remastered and re-released to the delight of folk rock fans everywhere.
Thievery Corporation, 'Radio Retaliation'
The long awaited fifth studio album from trip-hop duo Thievery Corporation enters the electronica realm as a godsend for eager fans.
Blitzen Trapper, 'Furr'
Following up last year's highly acclaimed 'Wild Mountain Nation' comes 'Furr,' the fourth album from Oregon's favorite country rockers.
Ed Laurie, 'Meanwhile in the Park'
In the tradition of Nick Drake and Donovan, this British folk troubador fills his latest album with soothing melodies and melancholic lyrics.
Golden Smog, 'The Best of Golden Smog'
Comprised of members of Wilco, the Jayhawks and Soul Asylum, the '80s country-rockers pump out a compilation of their finest tunes to date.
Pink Spiders, 'Sweat It Out'
These Nashville, Tenn. natives have finally produced their third pop-punk album, bringing more of the same raw talent and endless energy.
Old Crow Medicine Show, 'Tennessee Pusher'
This folk/bluegrass quintet produces another hit list of traditional blues, rags and hollers infused with modern rock 'n' roll on their third album.
Mason Proper, 'Olly Oxen Free'
The sophomore release from Michigan indie rockers Mason Proper brings a powerful playlist of ambient rock hits.
Gay Blades, 'Ghosts'
The indie rock duo come full force with a debut album packed with gut-busting, fuzzed up guitar licks, head-pounding drums and synths galore.
Mr. Scruff, 'Ninja Tuna'
British trip-hop DJ Mr. Scruff serves up another helping of electro tinkerings over funk samples that are guaranteed to please any electronica fan.
Aram Danesh and the Super Human Crew, 'The Grind'
The Bay Area funk/rock revolutionaries bring their second album that is guaranteed to get you up out of your seat.