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Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

1. Brazilian Girls, Brazilian Girls (Mixture of bossanova, trip-hop, and soul on a infectious lounge album to help you get through the winter.)

2. Mary Gauthier, Mercy Now (A glimpse of Lucinda Williams/Patty Griffin snapshots of folkie country that sounds heavier than it should and prettier than it feels.)

3. The Chemical Brothers, Push the Button (This duo makes the most rock-oriented “electronica” songs in the business and they continue to not disappoint. Great guest vocalists and wonderful bells/whistles galore.)

4. Buck 65, This Right Here Is (Gruff hip-hop MC collects layered and revamped takes on his contemplative folk-hop.)

5. Ed Harcourt, Strangers (Somewhere between Rufus Wainwright and David Bowie is this new collection from the reliable singer-songwriter. Bar-friendly ballads and stadium-ready anthems from a U.K. sensation.)

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