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Alain Johannes: Spark

Johannes' debut solo disc is both a profound personal meditation and an eye-opening trip to the rich, here-be-dragons corners of the songwriting map.

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The Gertrudes: Dawn Time Riot

More than anything, this album is the sound of an old city colliding headlong with the potential of a new era.

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Dan Sartain: Dan Sartain Lives!

The Alabama rocker delivers a third album mixing punchy rock 'n' roll spark with a dose of creeping dread.

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Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin: Let It Sway

On their third release, these indie rockers with a name straight out of 1999 have found just the right balance between nostalgia and new ideas.

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Slow Club: Yeah So

Moving folk-pop? Jangly rock? Sheffield duo Slow Club try their damndest to juggle both (while dodging comparisons to certain candy-coloured Detroiters) on their debut LP.

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Rafter: Animal Feelings

Rafter Roberts' most focused and fun record, Animal Feelings' relentlessly danceable backbone keeps it (for the most part) from crashing down on its architect.

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The Ferocious Few: Juices

The gap from the streets to the studio didn't have to be a long one for this fiery and soulful San Francisco blues-rock duo.

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The Zolas: Tic Toc Tic

The new album by this reinvented Vancouver indie project has them finding solid footing in raw, energetic piano pop.

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