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Indie sweethearts Viva Voce pair swooning voices with bold rock statements for the powerhouse release Rose City....

Lesser-known indie rock legends the Vaselines rekindle the old spirit of scrappy, lo-fi rock music in Enter the Vaselines....

Scandanavia lets the sun shine in with the peppy pop sounds of In Our Space Hero Suits, the danceable party-time masterpiece from girl-group Those Dancing Days....

St. Vincent is as dulcent as she is haunting in her beautifully spooky, almost cinematic album Actor....

Sonic Youth, fresh from the clutches of Geffen Records, nod to the city, fellow artists, and pop culture through their longevity-cementing album The Eternal....

Wander alongside charming, Brit-pop darling Polly Scattergood's somber and experimental self-titled album....

The Godfather of Punk explores his intellectual side, reaching to literary influences and flirting with jazz in Preliminaires....

L.A. lounge tunes with a low-fi feel from arty girl Nite Jem in Good Evening....

Energetic and genuine, U.K. band Morton Valence's quirk shines through its U.S. debut, Bob and Veronica Ride Again....

Iconic Grace Jones returns with an introspective version of her avant-garde, Caribbean-cool sound in Hurricane....