Baby D's Bagels
$20 Worth of Food and Drink for Only $10
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Jigsaw

Lady Sovereign
MIDGET

I liked Lady Sovereign. Her debut had a lot of the fun and sarcasm that has been a requirement of British imports of late.

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Blood

OSI
Inside Out

For the third time, Jim Matheos and Kevin Moore have combined progressive metal and ambient electronica, producing an intriguing genre-bending album.

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Thank You Very Quickly

Extra Golden
Thrill Jockey

Why’s it difficult to blend Afrobeat rhythms with guitar-heavy rock?

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Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle

Bill Callahan
Drag City

Smog mastermind Bill Callahan traffics in the same casual baritone speak-singing of latter-day Lou Reed, but adds just enough of Lyle Lovett’s amiable wryness to keep the delivery light on it

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S/T

Chico Fellini
Self-released

Despite their name, Chico Fellini’s scope never feels cinematic; rather, their self-titled debut is insular and airless in a way that still manages to conjure plenty of drama in its own right

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Blue Bluer Bluest

The Flying Saucers
Self-released

The Flying Saucers may sound like your dad’s garage band, but age clearly doesn’t equal schlock for these bluesy beer-swillers.

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Leaves in the Gutter

Superchunk
Merge

FACT: The last Superchunk full-length came out in 2001. It (Here's to Shutting Up) was fucking great.

FACT: 2001 feels like a long time ago. Probably because it was.

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Jewellery

Micachu and the Shapes
Rough Trade

When Jewellery was bestowed upon me, I immediately Googled Micachu to find out if it was a Pokemon (is not) or these so-called Shapes had anything to do with Shapes and Sizes, The Shapes,

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Blazing Red

Anne Heaton
Spill

The girl who sat next to you in sixth period trig, the one with the Ani-inspired boots and the Boys for Pele T-shirt, wants you to like this album.

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Reflections

Graham Nash
Atlantic/Rhino

Reflections is the perfect title for this three-disc retrospective of Graham Nash’s nearly 50-year career.