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The Clash, 'Live at Shea Stadium'
Recorded while they were the opening act on the Who's farewell U.S. tour, this disc captures the seminal English punk band in their prime.
The Pretenders, 'Break Up the Concrete'
Chrissie Hynde and crew stick to roots rock on their first record of new material since 2002's 'Loose Screw.'
Bob Dylan, 'Tell Tale Signs: The Bootleg Series Vol. 8'
The eighth installment in the rock icon's series of previously unissued recordings offers rarities from 1989-2006.
Of Montreal, 'Skeletal Lamping'
Kevin Barnes continues to explore new sonic possibilities by incorporating surf rock and funk music into traditional indie-pop.
Menahan Street Band, 'Make the Road by Walking'
Musicians from groups like the Dap-Kings and the Budos Band collaborate on an instrumental soul collection recorded in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Jay Reatard, 'Matador Singles '08'
This compilation overviews the six limited-quantity singles previously released through Matador Records.
On their self-titled debut, the Glaswegian quartet use Wall of Sound techniques to mix 1950's doo-wop with powerful sing-along anthems.
Rachael Yamagata, 'Elephants...Teeth Sinking Into Heart'
The singer-songwriter and pianist spreads her new work over two discs: the vulnerable 'Elephant' and the grittier 'Teeth Sinking Into Heart.'
Annuals, 'Such Fun'
Frontman Adam Baker helped produce Annuals' sophomore effort, using orchestral touches to paint a rich musical landscape.
Crooked Fingers, 'Forfeit/Fortune'
The fifth album from Archers of Loaf frontman Eric Bachmann and Co. features guest appearances by Neko Case and members of the Silver Jews.
Deerhoof, 'Offend Mary'
On their latest offering, the North Carolina-based band crafts memorable pop out of unique rhythms, intricate guitar work and boy/girl harmonies.
Margot and the Nuclear So & Sos, 'Animal!'
Led by multi-instrumentalist Richard Edwards, this musical collective plays chamber pop with a strong folk influence.
The Little Ones, 'Morning Tide'
The L.A.-based indie rock band employs tambourines and handclaps to complete their classic '60s pop sound.
Marnie Stern, 'This Is It & I Am It & You Are It & So Is That & He Is It & She Is It & It Is It & That Is That'
On her tongue-twisting sophomore effort, Stern's catchy pop melodies are propelled by frenetic guitar playing.
The Spinto Band, 'Moonwink'
The Delaware-based band continue their winning formula of fun, three-minute pop songs with sugary harmonies and dramatic hooks.
Young Lords, 'Rodeo Songs'
The New York City-based band capture the essence of '60s inspired twang-rock on their debut album.
Jolie Holland, 'The Living & the Dead'
The veteran singer's latest album creates a beautiful mix of rock and jazz influences.
Brave Citizens, 'Revolutions'
After building buzz through online distribution, the critically-acclaimed debut from this melodic pop/rock duo is finally seeing the light of day.