Conor Oberst: Salutations
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Conor Oberst: Salutations

Salutations makes one feel that Oberst has lost faith in his individual creativity.

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Future: HNDRXX
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Future: HNDRXX

Rhiannon Giddens: Freedom Highway
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Rhiannon Giddens: Freedom Highway

Giddens blends folk, gospel, blues, Dixieland jazz and hip-hop into a seamless whole.

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Tennis: Yours Conditionally
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Tennis: Yours Conditionally

Shobaleader One: Elektrac
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Shobaleader One: Elektrac

Recorded at a spate of recent outings, Shobaleader One’s Elektrac consists mostly of covers from…

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Oddisee: The Iceberg
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Oddisee: The Iceberg

Depeche Mode: Spirit
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Depeche Mode: Spirit

Spirit will more than likely fade away as quickly as any micro-revolutions it inspires.

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Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales: Room 29
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Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales: Room 29

Room 29 has the feeling of being far more ambitious than it ultimately ends up.

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Skyjelly: Góst Rock
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Skyjelly: Góst Rock

The eclecticism begins to sound all of a piece, but even within a single song…

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Spoon: Hot Thoughts
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Spoon: Hot Thoughts

In parts of Hot Thoughts it seems like Spoon are angling to write the title…

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