Black Lips - Underneath the Rainbow - Swampy mix of garage rock, blues and psych. Co-produced by half of their alphabetical neighbors, The Black Keys. Dex Romweber Duo – Images 13 - ex-Flat Duo Jets frontman plays rockabilly with some surf and country undertones. Foster the People – Supermodel - Their long awaited follow up to their "Pumped Up Kicks" debut. Imed Alibi – Safar - Debut album meshes various world (mostly Middle-Eastern) and rock styles. John Zorn – Zorn: Fragmentations Prayers & Interjections - A full 83-piece orchestra performs some of Zoen's work. Kevin Drew – Darlings - Lead singer of Broken Social Scene's 2nd solo album. Kylie Minogue – Kiss Me Once - I try hard to be a poptimist, but it seems I usually get let down. Luther Dickinson – Rock ‘n Roll Blues - 4th solo album from North Mississippi All-Stars guitar player. Madlib & Freddie Gibbs – Pinata - After several EPs together, this left-field rapper and prolific DJ are releasing an album together. New Mastersounds – Therapy - Funk and jazz fusion band is a frequent collaborator with artists like Karl Denson, Andy Smith and James Taylor (the other one). Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars – Libation - It's been ten years since this band formed during the civil war in their home country. Sisyphus – Sisyphus - Super-group consisting of alt.rapper Serengeti, classically trained composer Son Lux and indie superstar Sufjan Stevens Slowly Rolling Camera – Slowly Rolling Camera - Cinematically inclined jazz band from the UK. xc x . The Strypes – Snapshot - UK teenagers playing bluesy rock and roll. Heralded by Paul Weller and Dave Grohl. Velvet Underground – Live at the Boston Tea Party: December 12th 1968 The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream [Limited Edition] - Moody atmospheric Americana.
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