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Label: Domino

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1. Sons & Daughters - a new re-working of Johnny Cash, from the bluesy, indie-rock outfit
2. The Blueskins - garage rock that wouldn’t sound out of place on a classic southern rock station
3. Clinic - overblown UK 7in b-side, minute and a half of sweaty rock n roll
4. Archie Bronson Outfit - a relatively unknown British band playing quality indie-rock produced by Hotel (The Kills)
7. Adem - gorgeous laid-back indie-folk from the insanely talented Fridge-offshoot
8. Hood - more quality music from the British trio that combines indie-rock, electronica, glitch-hop and dub
10. Caribou - the artist formerly known as Manitoba reemerges with light-hearted psychedelic pop
11. To Rocco Rat - a mellow electronica song using samples of acoustic instruments
12. The Notwist - a Neon Golden cut from the solemn electro-pop trio
13. James Yorkston & the Athletes - lingering folk music from the up-and-coming Scottish folk scene, produced by Kieran Hebden (Four Tet)
14. Clearlake - sounds like Morrissey backed by The Good Life
15. King Creosote - an unknown singer/songwriter influenced by bluegrass and folk, very good
16. Ulrich Schnauss - epic and emotional electronica music in the vein of early M83
17. Junior Boys - sexy, almost R&B, electro-pop from the Canadian duo
18. Juana Molina - amazing singer/songwriter from Argentina who sings in Spanish and plays guitar, keyboard and drum machine/electronic sounds (at the same time)
19. Orange Juice - re-issue from Orange Juice(!), an influential band from the late 70s/early 80s who inspired every popular British band since (The Smiths, Belle & Sebastian, Franz Ferdinand) Mpardaiolo

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