Bob Mould–Beauty and Ruin

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Solo work from member of 80s hardcore legends Husker Du

La Sera–Hour of the Dawn

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Album shows that Goodman can stand on her own as a musician

Lykke Li-I Never Learn

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Swedish singer songwriter Lykke Li masters the art of cathartic expression

Mimicking Birds–Eons

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It’s beautiful and emotionally impacting

Wye Oak–Shriek

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The duo has taken their touches of dreaminess and built an electronic house out of it! 

Thee Oh Sees—Drop

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Noisy, creative, intricate, and awesome

The Black Keys–Turn Blue

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Auerbach and Carney get “psychedelic”

Conor Oberst–Upside Down Mountain

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Not as youthful as other Oberst releases but just as nice to listen to.

Death – III

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Archive Installment

Denney & the Jets – Mexican Coke

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Nashville Example “Who loves Burger Records?!” “Kel loves Burger Records!” And by Kel, I mean me. Denny & the Jets exemplifies everything that Nashville bands are known for: crazy amount of live shows, DYI work ethic, heart, and hit the ground running approach to music. They mean business. Denney & the Jets keep that Nashville sound but add a little extra nod to the South. They throw in boozed out blues rock with a touch of (*gasp*) country! Opening the album, “Water to Wine” (track #1) gives listeners the lay of the land, displaying their funky subtle twang and tight harmonies. I completely dig this song. It also has that 60s Rolling Stones jam drive…