Carte Blanche 3

Carte Blanche 3

Clubheads who are in serious need of some tasty musical food for the soul are encouraged to snag a copy of Carte Blanche 3.
Influencia

Influencia

On his first album for EMI, Argentine rock legend Charly García goes slightly retro, titling the disc after the wistful Todd Rungren track "Influenza," which García performs in the original English version and in his own Spanish rendition.
Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove

Live in San Francisco at Stern Grove

Master percussionist Zakir Hussain and bassist/mix guru Bill Laswell began the Tabla Beat Science collaboration with 2000's Tala Matrix.
Faith That Is Real

Faith That Is Real

In his first solo effort since his departure from the successful group Big Tent Revival, Steve Wiggins attempts to maintain his place as a favorite in the world of Christian music.
Live in London

Live in London

Ready for the flashback of a lifetime? If so, give a listen to Live in London, which has lost none of its sheen.
Dreaming

Dreaming

Just in time for the dog days of summer, U.K.
Busted Stuff

Busted Stuff

After a brief flirtation with electric, aggressive rock on 2001's Everyday, Matthews and his compadres return to the acoustic-based sound that's made them the object of rabid fan affection previously reserved for such bands as the Grateful Dead and Phish.
A Jacknife to a Swan

A Jacknife to a Swan

Fans of the Bosstones' high-energy mix of ska, punk, and reggae will find a lot to love on their seventh studio project.
Caraluna

Caraluna

If sophomore albums are the true measure of a band's future, multicultural trio Bacilos can rest assured of its solid standing.
Dig Up the Astroturf

Dig Up the Astroturf

In his prolific collaboration with Sheryl Crow—he has co-written 15 songs on her last three albums—musician/producer Jeff Trott has amply demonstrated his songwriting chops.
Highly Evolved

Highly Evolved

Because of its penchant for raw, post-punk songbursts, as evidenced on the single "Get Free," this Australian "it"-band will likely draw comparisons to the Strokes and the White Stripes—even though its debut owes as much to the classic alt-rock album archetypes established by U2, Blur, Radiohead, and Nirvana as it does to the current garage rock craze.

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