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A Private Revolution: Jean-Luc Godard's Second Wave

Jean-Luc Godard's cinematic oddities First Name: Carmen, Détective, and Hélas pour moi, newly released on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber, embody the vast landscape of possibilities open to the director during the '80s and '90s.

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Lake: Oh, The Places We'll Go

Twee it up with Olympia, Washington's Lake on their long-awaited K Records debut.

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Hospital Ships: Oh, Ramona

In its less melodramatic moments, Oh, Ramona taps into a feeling of loss well enough that you might find yourself wishing some of these brief tracks were fleshed out a little more.

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Various Artists: Oh, Run Into Me, But Don't Hurt Me!

Lucille Bogan stars on a set of 78s by unknown or rarely heard women. This is how blues should sound: snappy testaments bathed in real crackles and pops.

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The Pendletons: Oh, Me!

Athens indie rockers doll out some footloose grooves and friendly charm on their attention-getting debut album.

Mike Hilleary
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Chase Pagan: Oh, Musica!

Chase Pagan's work is continuously chaotic, kinetic, and often volatile, no matter whether in the midst of a dramatic crescendo or a quiet fade.

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Sleeping in the Aviary: Oh, This Old Thing?

Wisconsin trio marry Buzzcocks-like punk-pop with Pavementy indie rock.

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Harry Connick, Jr.: Oh, My Nola

Pretty-boy crooner sees New Orleans as a rich stew, marked by cycles of life and death.

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Jens Lekman: Oh, You're So Silent Jens

The latest collection of previously released songs by the prodigious Swede features some of his best material so far.

Adrien Begrand
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ScoLoHoFo: Oh!

James Beaudreau

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