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Justice: Woman

Justice's third album finally finds them picking a solid theme, but it doesn't conjure as much magic as expected.

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Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman: We Made It Home

Walker shows herself to be not just a talented songwriter, but a truly thoughtful voice, the sort of artist who seems to know something about the world, and who’s willing to share the knowledge in song.

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Misner & Smith: Seven Hour Storm

Gender differences aside, Simon & Garfunkel comparisons are in order.

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Rizzle Kicks: Roaring 20s

British duo Rizzle Kicks seem to have stuff they want to say, but no effective means of saying it.

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It's a Musical: For Years and Years

For Years and Years is a record that feels positively alive. It's a joyous, vibrant, and inventive affair that may go a long way in bringing the duo greater recognition.

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Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks: Take the Air

A melodically endearing and earnest collection of folksy Americana from a skillful duo.

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Elika: Always the Light

Glitchy loops and droning organs make for a surprisingly moving electronic elegy on Brooklyn duo's latest

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Jah Youssouf and Bintou Coulibaly: Sababou

Forget Afro-funk -- there are quieter pleasures to be found here.

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Mates of State: Mountaintops

Indie rock's favourite husband and wife act tinker with expanding their sound on their sixth album of original material, with uneven results.

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The Mast: Wild Poppies

Ethereal vocals and relentless percussion makes for a unique sound.

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Soft Metals: Soft Metals

The Machines called whilst you were out. They want bread, milk, and some Acieeeeeed!

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