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Arty Brooklyn-band, The Dirty Projectors, twist electronica into the complex, curious, and catchy album, Bitte Orca....

Cool psych-rockers Dengue Fever reminisce about the history of native Cambodian rock music through the documentary and CD Sleepwalking Through the Mekong....

Dirty, sexy Jack White and his all-star friends get even grittier with the Dead Weather's growling album Horehound....

Jarvis Cocker shows off his soulful, rock star swagger in the former Pulp frontman's release Further Complications....

Brooklyn's metal darlings Children melt face with the swelling, epic guitar duels of Hard Times Hanging at the End of the World....

Camera Obscura's heartfelt, Glasgow twee proves My Maudlin Career is nothing to scoff about....

Zee Avi lures us in with swanky, old-timey, folk with South Asian flavor in her self-titled debut....

Dreamy, wistful electronica fills Still Night, Still Light, the newest self-released album from Au Revoir Simone....

Swedish pop pros A Camp make a chipper debut alongside an all-star supporting cast with Colonia....

    I'm a sucker for cool gals playing that good ol' indie folk rock so Mia Riddle's album, Tumble and Drag, gets a lotta play on my iTunes. Check her music out and if you're in NY, catch her and her band tomorrow night at one of my favorite Brooklyn venues, the Bell House. And if good jams weren't enough to bring you out, they'll be serving free Brooklyn lager from 7:30 - 8:30. Looks like Thursday night's in the bag!...