A metal band the indie kids love, Doom sans the M.F., Pete Doherty goes solo, and the Indigo Girls give us double the pleasure…
Mastodon, Crack The Skye (left)
The only band metal-heads and indie kids can fully agree on.
Indigo Girls, Poseidon and The Bitter Bug
Don’t let the other instruments scare you, the Indigo Girls do each song acoustically as well.
Doom, Born Like This
It’s M.F. Doom without the M.F. (best hip-hop release of the week).
The Vines, Melodia
The band most likely to break up in the early ’00s is still puttin’ out albums.
Trying to figure out which of these songs will go great with a commercial.
Pete Doherty, Grace/Wastelands
If The Libertines and Babyshambles got in the way of your Pete Doherty, this album was made just for you.
Swan Lake, Enemy Mine
Canadian indie-supergroup’s–members of Destroyer, The New Pornographers, Wolf Parade–sophomore release. (Can you still call an act a supergroup if it only consists of three members?)
Papa Roach, Metamorphosis
Wow, it’s been 10 years since “Last Resort.” Time flies, ey?
Blue October, Approaching Normal
A Steve Lillywhite joint.
Jim Jones, Pray IV Reign
If “Na Na Nana Na Na” can be a hook in a hit song, anything can be.
MXPX, On The Cover II
Cover songs galore.
Wynton Marsalis, He and She
Not to be confused with She and Him