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[July 29, 2008] Heading to the record store? Here's what's new.

This week: Takka Takka, a world-music-inspired Brooklyn band, releases its second album; Neil Halstead, of Slowdive and Mojave 3, releases his second solo album; and James Jackson Toth, of Wooden Wand and the Vanishing Voice and its various incarnations, releases his first album under his own name (listen below). [more:]   



 A.P.P.A.R.T.: Flamencotronics (Milan)

ABN: It Is What It Is [Chopped & Screwed] (Rap-A-Lot)

Andre Williams: Can You Deal with It? (Bloodshot)

Bronx River Parkway: San Sebastian 152 (Truth & Soul)

The Bug: London Zoo (Ninja Tune)

Engine Down: From Beginning To End (DVD) (Lovitt)

James Jackson Toth: Waiting in Vain (Rykodisc) [Full Album Stream]

Matthew Pryor: Confidence Man (Vagrant)

Mystery Jets: Twenty One (Warner Australia)

Neil Halstead: Oh! Mighty Engine (Brushfire)

Pygmy Lush: Mount Hope (Lovitt)

Sonic Youth: SYR8: Andre Sider At Sonic Youth (Sonic Youth / Syr)

Steve Cropper/Felix Cavaliere: Nudge It Up a Notch (Stax)

Takka Takka: Migration (Ernest Jenning)

Tame One: Da Ol' Jersey Bastard (Amalgam Digital)

Tony Rice: Night Flyer: The Singer Songwriter Collection (Rounder)

The Presets - The Presets: Interview RZA RZA: Interview
Week in Preview

Slow week. But the Sonic Youth/Merzbow album is intense!!

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a bit of a weak week

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