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  1. New to OpenAir: Mr. Gnome, Johnny Marr, Wax Tailor

    New to OpenAir this month: albums from Cleveland experimental duo Mr. Gnome, ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and French trip-hop producer Wax Tailor.
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  2. Review: 'The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete,' Bob Dylan

    "The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete" is six CD bootleg compilation that provide an intimate look at Dylan in the studio with The Band.
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  3. Review: 'Totem,' Snake Rattle Rattle Snake

    Denver band Snake Rattle Rattle Snake returns after 2011's acclaimed "Sineater" with an album of broody post-punk that explores dark, dominant themes.
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  4. Review: '...And Star Power," Foxygen

    “…And Star Power” is a great reflection of the digital age, interjections and strange sounds all over the album, hopping from one idea to the next, lacking attention span and latching on to a particular idea for short moments.
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  5. Review: 'Ices,' Lia Ices

    Singer-songwriter Lia Ices’ third effort a blend of international musical influences and electronica courtesy of guest producer Clams Casino. Its ten songs succeed as cohesive pop units without feeling heavy-handed.
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  6. New to OpenAir: Hundred Waters, Ball Park Music, Jeffertitti's Nile

    New to OpenAir: releases from Florida indie-electronica act Hundred Waters, Australian indie pop group Ball Park Music, and Father John Misty side project Jeffertitti's Nile.
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  7. New to OpenAir: Jessica Lea Mayfield, Thee Oh Sees, Sylvan Esso

    New to OpenAir this month: new releases from Ohio singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield, prolific garage rockers Thee Oh Sees, and electro-pop duo Sylvan Esso.
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  8. Review: 'Nikki Nack,' tUnE-yArDs

    “Nikki Nack” is, quite literally, the most immediate tUnE-yArDs album to date. On nearly every track the chorus hits right away, wasting no time in grabbing listeners and yanking them in.
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  9. Review: 'Voyage,' De Lux

    De Lux bridges the gap between the euphoria of dance and the grit of punk.
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  10. Review: 'Eagulls,' Eagulls

    Nearly a year after an infamous treatise, Eagulls arrive with a debut full-length that features melodic hooks, youthful energy and lyrical bite.
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