New Albums: Iron & Wine, Wanda Jackson + 19 More!

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Iron & Wine / Wanda Jackson
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Here's our take on the best and worst albums available online and in record stores today:

Iron & Wine, Kiss Each Other Clean
More Wine Please: Mild-mannered folkie is besotted with splashier canvas.
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Wanda Jackson, The Party Ain't Over
Queen of Rockabilly lets young charge go hog wild.
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Destroyer, Kaputt
Allusive and elusive art rocker takes synth swoon.
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Deerhoof, Deerhoof vs. Evil
Veteran avant-pop imps get seriously baffling.
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Gang of Four, Content
Historic Marxist funkateers spark flashes of '80s peak.
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Nicole Atkins, Mondo Amore
Misty Jersey crooner revs up her psych-blues mojo.
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Death, Spiritual, Mental, Physical
Searing curios from vault of Motor City proto-punks.
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Blaqstarr, The Divine EP
Tide is high for sprightly couple's bon voyage.
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Talib Kweli, Gutter Rainbows
Rap's bracing conscience at odds with forced drama.
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Cloud Nothings, Cloud Nothings
Garage-pop pup scampers from basement to studio.
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Fujiya & Miyagi, Ventriloquizzing
If LCD Soundsystem's jokes were all inscrutable shrugs.
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The Get Up Kids, These Are Rules
After soft, sappy slide, Kids grasp for their inner brat.
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Charles Bradley, No Time for Dreaming
Brooklyn soul survivor owns his overdue moment.
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Lia Ices, Grown Unknown
Willowy sorceress calmly summons hounds of love.
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Young the Giant, Young the Giant
Boldly earnest anthems in need of a cozy arena.
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Chikita Violenta, Tre3s
Toronto collective hangs shingle in Mexico City.
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Monotonix, Not Yet
Tel Aviv trio's live frenzy reduced to hypnotic thud.
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Apex Manor, The Year of Magical Drinking
See, your public-radio tax dollars didn't go to waste.
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Delicate Steve, Wondervisions
Despite the name, dude kicks ass with arpeggios.
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Sidi Touré & Friends, Sahel Folk
Malian virtuosos bring it all back home, two by two.
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The Ex, Catch My Shoe
Dutch anarchists unleash the 5150 of agitated clang.
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