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Paul Weller: 22 Dreams

The Modfather's ninth solo album just happens to be the most rewardingly eclectic of his storied career.

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Mates of State: Re-Arrange Us

The fifth album from the husband-wife duo sees a simple continuation upon their familiar and accessible version of indie-pop.

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Louis XIV: Slick Dogs and Ponies

After deciding to drastically increase their usage of strings, the controversial four-piece follows up on their debut with an album that suffers from familiar flaws.

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Xiu Xiu: Women as Lovers

Predictably, yet another bold and consistently satisfying release in Xiu Xiu's discography.

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Steve Aoki: Pillowface and His Airplane Chronicles

The founder of Dim Mak Records releases his debut "mix tape" that recaps some of the best electro-tinged remixes of 2007.

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The Tough Alliance: A New Chance

Though currently only available as an import, this Swedish dance album is worth every penny of the hefty import price.

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Babyshambles: Shotter's Nation

The king of British tabloids crafts an album that hopes to be the first step toward his highly publicized "comeback trail".

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Sunset Rubdown: Random Spirit Lover

One of indie-rock’s most consistent songwriters, Spencer Krug has produced, in Sunset Rubdown’s third album, an epic release that proves to be the most ambitiously satisfying of his career.

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Georgie James: Places

Finally, a debut from a male-female indie-pop duo where the word “cute” does not consistently apply.

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The Go! Team: Proof of Youth

The Go! Team's second album does more than solidify their position as youthfully energetic performers with a masterful blend of hip-hop, dance, funk, and left-field pop.

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Tiny Dancers: Free School Milk

Their name has nothing to do with Elton John and their country-oriented style is hardly reminiscent of their native country, but the UK’s Tiny Dancers have churned out a very worthwhile debut nonetheless.

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The Silent League: Of Stars and Other Somebodies

The second album from ex-Mercury Rev keyboardist Justin Russo displays an improved comprehension of gripping country and chamber-pop intentions with a large slew of melodic hooks.

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Dogs: Tall Stories from Under the Table

The London five-piece get a helping hand from Paul Weller in more ways than one on their energetic sophomore album.

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Air Traffic: Fractured Life

The latest hyped sensations from the UK attempt to live up to hefty expectations on their powerful, piano-oriented debut.

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B.C. Camplight: Blink of a Nihilist

Incorporating modern and classical influences, the talented songwriter/keyboardist crafts an impressive sophomore album that's irresistible.

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Worlds End Girlfriend: Hurtbreak Wonderland

Japanese composer Katsuhiko Maeda expertly blends instrumental post-rock with chaotic orchestral elements to bring out the most authentic of human emotions.

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