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AC/DC, 'Black Ice'
The first studio album in 8 years -- and 15th overall -- from the iconic Aussies finds the band doing what they do best: anthemic rock.
The Raveonettes, 'Beauty Dies'
This EP from the Copenhagen duo promises more lush and melodic vocals from Sharin Foo.
Brett Dennen, 'Hope For the Hopeless'
Drawing comparisons to Neil Young and Paul Simon, 28-year-old Dennen's songs are expository and soul bearing.
The Whispertown 2000, 'Swim'
Jenny Lewis' close friend Morgan Nagler, who is referenced in Rilo Kiley songs, tweaks his band name slightly for their latest effort.
Frances, 'All The While'
This debut album from Brooklyn sextet features, among other things, toy instruments.
Parts and Labor, 'Receivers'
These veterans in the Brooklyn experimental noise scene promise more synthesized keyboards and fuzzed vocals on their latest effort.
Roll the Tanks, 'Suffer City'
The debut album from this Los Angeles soft-core punk band features songs about police, Crown Vic's and making love.
The Sea and Cake, 'Car Alarm'
The new album by the Chicago band was recorded right after wrapping their 2007 tour.
The Dears, 'Missiles'
Montreal's the Dears, now with only two original members, survived lineup changes to record their latest album.
Her Space Holiday, 'XOXO, Panda and the New Kid Revival'
Marc Bianchi crafts dreamy indie-pop on his latest LP, this time swapping his signature electronic sound for more traditional instrumentation.
Various Artists, 'The Sound of Philadelphia'
This compilation features classic Philly sound by the O'Jays and Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, among others.