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Dresden Dolls – Yes, Virginia

The Dresden Dolls will continue rocking out under their bowler hat, striped stocking guise and Alice in Wonderland repertoire as we follow with eager ears.

The White Stripes – Get Behind Me Satan

Get Behind Me Satan delivers the same stuff that got you addicted to The White Stripes from their beginnings

The Brunettes – Mars Loves Venus

The Brunettes' Mars Loves Venus consists of dreamy acoustic pop with a penchant for snuggly melodies and tunes

Kanda – All the Good Meetings Are Taken

A combination of Tilly and the Wall’s familiar campfire feel, Mates of State’s brilliant chemistry, and The Postal Service’s skilled synthesizing beats—Kanda fuses together what can only be described as a sultry indie-electro bed time story

The Decemberists – Picaresque

With the whimsical album cover and their lovely detailed stories within each song, clearly The Decemberists prove that all the world’s a stage.

The Get-Outs – Get the Message

The UK is issuing another musical edition of The Clash, this time from Bristol and they are The Get-Outs.

Vanessa Carlton – Harmonium

Harmonium is catchy but only to a certain extent. It’s something that each time you listen to it, you notice something more, something different.

Engine Down – Engine Down

Fans of Engine Down will be pleased to hear much more of their trademark sound.

Rilo Kiley – More Adventurous

Rilo Kiley’s much-awaited third album, More Adventurous, further proves their musical brilliance.

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