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Tilly and the Wall, ‘0’ (Team Love)

When this Omaha outfit appeared in 2004 with a tap dancer where a drummer is supposed to be, only the band members (or Conor Oberst, who releases their albums) would’ve bet that Tilly and the Wall would still be around four years later. Yet here they are on their third full-length, and rather than calcify into indie-scene shtick, Tilly’s music has gotten funnier and more vibrant. With Bright Eyes’ Mike Mogis producing, they hold forth on scenester politics and young love in ten glee-folk jams that never stop shaking or shimmying.