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.
Loss

Loss

Scottish multi-instrumentalist Colin MacIntyre is the sole mastermind behind Mull Historical Society.
Sirena

Sirena

This sophomore set by the maritime-obsessed band Cousteau contains several aquatic metaphors that border on corny; but, overall, Sirena plays as a lush pop album driven by sincere songwriting and catchy melodies.
One Too Many

One Too Many

Former New Kid Joey McIntyre gives his grown-up, grade-A chops a workout on this loose, live boutique album, which features 16 songs from his April appearances at Joe's Pub in New York during a 20-city tour.
Live From New York City, 1967

Live From New York City, 1967

Recorded in concert at Lincoln Center a few months after the release of the duo's third album, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, this immaculately produced disc harks back to a time when Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel still performed as an acoustic duo and when their work still typified the folk-rock genre they helped pioneer.

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