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Sonoi: Sonoi

This Chicago collective has put together an album of light, airy, undulating rock songs.

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Les Vinyl: Bright Gray

It's the free-wheeling '90s all over again -- well, the good parts, at least.

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Meno Mosso

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Child Abuse: Cut and Run

It's probably safe to assume that this band wants to make you uncomfortable.

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Archie Bronson Outfit: Coconut

Coconut is dirty blues, throbbing bass lines, and spacey drone jams, produced by DFA's Tim Goldsworthy.

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Screaming Females: Singles

Casual listeners might prefer the more pristine-version of the band, via last year's full-length, Power Move, but Singles is a tasty morsel of a feisty young talent.

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Don Giovanni

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The Headlocks: Cuckoobird

Scruffy gang of musicians from Staten Island tries for the big time.

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The Horse's Ha: Of the Cathmawr Yards

A comfort record, sincere in intention and almost flawless in execution.

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Paragraph: Paragraph

Music that fits both dance floors and make-out-party soundtracks.

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Paragraph

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Joan of Arc: Flowers

Over ten years and countless releases, Tim Kinsella is still experimenting with this project. The question is, should he be?

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Polyvinyl

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Kiam

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Clint Michigan: Hawthorne to Hennepin

Clint Michigan plays the kind of soft-spoken folk songs that make an immediate impact and a leave a lasting impression.

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Kiam Records

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Dan Zimmerman: Cosmic Patriot

Dan Zimmerman transcends the modern ephemera to make something once referred to as 'folk music.'

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Sounds Familyre


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