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New Albums from Scarlett Johansson, Phish & 18 More

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Here’s a rundown of the essential albums available online and in record stores today:

Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson, Break Up
Folk-rock and film heart-throbs team for mopefest.
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Yo La Tengo, Popular Songs
Drone-pop vets revert to slow but sure approach.
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Phish, Joy
Vermont jammers revive themselves (sorta).
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Sondre Lerche, Heartbeat Radio
Pop prodigy matures into cool, composed maestro.
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BLK JKS , After Robots
The Motherland’s brightest bohos birth a new rock era.
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Rodrigo y Gabriela, 11:11
Heady metal shtick gets too dubiously proggy..
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HEALTH, Get Color
Dance-punk tweakers unchain their melodies.
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ApSci, Best Crisis Ever
Electro couple stumps for multi-everything party.
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Os Mutantes, Haih…or Amortecedor
43-year-old Brazilian troupe defy time, logic.
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Danko Jones, Never Too Loud
Canucks keep their rock hard just long enough.
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Wild Beasts, Two Dancers
Campy caterwauling taints charming chime.
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Rain Machine, Rain Machine
In-your-face side project boasts grace and wit.
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Monotonix, Where Were You When It Happened?
Sludgy fire breathers translate mosh mania.
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The Clean, Mister Pop
The Bible of New Zealand rock gets another chapter.
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Raekwon, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II
Wu-Tang’s chief criminologist revisits original rhyme scene.
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Amy Millan, Masters of the Burial
Lovelorn, low-key musings from somber songbird.
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Vivian Girls, Everything Goes Wrong
Breaking up is so much better when you rock out.
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Polvo, In Prism
Original mathletes still diagramming weighty fury.
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