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The Clutters, ‘Don’t Believe a Word’ (Chicken Ranch)

The latest upstarts from Nashville's burgeoning rock community, the Clutters sport a punky live aesthetic, but their second album doesn't quite capture that brash energy.
Douglas Waterman / August 28, 2007

Mandy Moore, ‘Wild Hope’ (The Firm/ EMI)

On 2003's Coverage, Mandy Moore showed she had good taste -- covering XTC, Joni Mitchell, Joe Jackson, etc. -- but artistically, she was still stuck…
Douglas Waterman / July 17, 2007

Sondre Lerche, ‘Phantom Punch’ (Astralwerks)

On the heels of last year's The Duper Sessions -- his total immersion in neo-Tin Pan Alley craftiness -- Lerche obviously wanted to loosen up…
Douglas Waterman / February 17, 2007

Page France, ‘Hello, Dear Wind’ (Suicide Squeeze)

The second album from this Maryland indie-rock foursome comfortably seeps into your consciousness -- it's rich in melody and rife with dreamy natural/Biblical imagery ("Jesus…
Douglas Waterman / November 14, 2006