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  • A Bittersweet Journey
  • A Bittersweet Journey

    After an eight-year break, fans and critics wondered, had Gillian Welch lost her muse?
      could channel the arcane mysteries of the American folk tradition while simultaneously capturing the struggles and triumphs of modern life in her timeless ballads. She was an artist — along with her close musical collaborator and duo partner David Rawlings — who had staked out her own singular territory, and was here to stay.
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Teal Cat web project, Distrust that Particular Flavor, Leonard Cohen's Old Ideas
      an Omaha-based effort to raise money for a humane method of neutering feral cats, thus keeping the real-life cat population manageable. The best part? Buying the teal cat. Choose between trinket, mantel or centerpiece size. Or a T-shirt emblazoned with, you guessed it, a teal cat.
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  • Check Yourself
  • Check Yourself

    Hard-rocking, hard-partying band Hinder did a gut-check at the perfect time.
      “We decided, all right, if [the drop in sales] was our fault and if the record wasn’t good enough, then we’re not going to take that chance again,” Hanson said. “We’re going to go out and we’re going to do everything in our power to make sure that this thing is as good as it can be.
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  • 'Tomboy,' Panda Bear
  • 'Tomboy,' Panda Bear

      That’s when the downtrodden opening confessional suddenly U-turns into a playful, funky, sax-infused salutation to a night on the town. It’s a thousand miles away from the weighty, confrontational rock the band is known for, and the vibe permeates the entire record.
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  • 'Congratulations,' MGMT
  • 'Congratulations,' MGMT

    The new record definitely does not pick up where the popular Oracular Spectacular left off.
      And “Siberian Breaks” begins with the jangle-y guitars and melodies of ‘60s pop, breaking off into a Leonard Cohen-y riff two minutes in and then%uFFFD Nine minutes of spacey noises pumped on reverb and bits of melodies. It’s too demanding to love but, like the album as a whole, it leaves the listener beguiled.
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  • 'Odd Blood,' Yeasayer
  • 'Odd Blood,' Yeasayer

    The album sags in the latter half, but the first five tracks comprise some of the greatest weird pop released so far this year.
      Yeasayer came in at the wrong time: Appearing near the peak of Animal CollectiveÂ’s popularity, they were a sound-alike with a nearly identical focus on vocal harmonies and synth-illed experimentation. But while their sophomore album Odd Blood.
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