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Buddy - Harlan & Alondra (Cool Lil Company, RCA Records)

Real Life S**t from Simmie Sims the III aka Buddy
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Ha The Unclear - Invisible Lines (The Label)

11 songs that make up a good and worthy album, and three that hint at the possibility of an exceptional one.
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Underworld & Iggy Pop - Teatime Dub Encounters EP (Caroline Interna...

Iggy & Underworld find common ground.
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Influencis et Collabis - Latinaotearoa (Mucho Aroha Records)

Latinaotearoa continue to preserve their roots of Latin music with an incredible lineup of artists. 
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The Jayhawks - Back Roads And Abandoned Motels

The latest from alt.country vets. 
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Tower Of Power - Soul Side Of Town (Artistry)

Classic horn band celebrates their 50th!
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Tom Bailey - Science Fiction (Mikrokosmos)

Tom Bailey returns to the world of pop music 
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Jed Parsons - Midnight Feast (JP)

Local boy makes good...indie pop
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The Internet – Hive Mind (Columbia)

R&B collective gets even funkier on their 4th album.
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Cowboy Junkies - All That Reckoning (Latent)

Canadian quartet keep doing what they've been doing so well for the past 30 years. 
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The Milk Carton Kids - All The Things I Did And All The Things I Di...

Milk Carton Kids deliver the goods on their Joe Henry-produced LP.
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The Bamboos - Night Time People (BMG)

Lance Ferguson leads The Bamboos with Kylie Auldist to create some delicious soul n funk!  
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ILLBaz & Melodownz & Raiza Biza – High Beams

ILLBaz & Melodownz & Raiza Biza shine bright on first EP
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Polyester - Polyester (Independent)

Cheeky, unassuming and fun
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Drake - Scorpion (Republic)

Not much sting in Drake's Scorpion
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Gorillaz - The Now Now (Parlophone)

Damon Albarn takes the helm on Gorillaz 6th studio album.
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Florence + The Machine - High As Hope (Virgin EMI/Republic)

This might be Florence Welch's most intimate album yet.
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Wilko Johnson - Blow Your Mind (Universal)

Wilco Johnson breaths life into a genre that’s been left for dead... He almost succeeds.
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Alistair Fraser, Steve Burridge & Neil Johnstone - Shearwater Drift...

This latest from Kiwi jazz label Rattle Records offers a mellow and often entrancing collection of ambient collages constructed from experimental electronica and pūoro Māori.
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The Rubens - LO LA RU (Ivy League)

Summery pop songs with a nice mix of musical proficiency and melodic directness. 
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