Here's a rundown of the essential albums available online and in record stores today, with more after the jump. Click each album title to read Spin's review: Ra Ra Riot, The Rhumb Line:\tRousingly scrappy anthems tinged with eerie musings. The Fiery Furnaces, Remember: \tFeel the avant-indie confusion in the privacy of your own home. Human Highway, Moody Motorcycle: \tIndie pals blithely examine the sand between their toes. Jaguar Love, Take Me to the Sea: \tRefining the bratty squeal without losing the punky squirm. Juliana Hatfield, How to Walk Away:\tAlt-rock homecoming queen (finally) grows old gracefully. Read reviews of 12 other vital albums also out today on page 2. More on SPIN.com:>> Dandy Warhols Announce Fall tour>> Fiery Furnaces Detail Massive Live Record; New Juliana Hatfield Album Out Aug. 19>> Kristoffer Ragnstam Has Flashdancers Over for Breakfast>> New Stills Album Out Aug. 19>> Artist of the Day: Ceasars>> Artist of the Day: Juliana Hatfield>> Artist of the Day: Human Highway>> Artist of the Day: Jaguar Love>> Artist of the Day: Lykke Li>> Artist of the Day: Lindstrom>> Artist of the Day: Ra Ra Riot>> Artist of the Day: David Vandervelde Caesars, Strawberry Weed:\tNoisy Scandinavians pretend they're swingin' London boys. The Dandy Warhols, ...Earth to the Dandy Warhols: \tMajor-label refugees stick it to the man (and their fans). Lykke Li, Youth Novels:\tSwedish elf eschews dancing queendom for minimalist throb. Lindstrøm, Where You Go I Go Too:\tIf Michael Mann had called him, Miami Vice could've sucked less. The Music Tapes, Music Tapes for Clouds and Tornadoes:\tMeterology buff bids for Weather Channel/indie niche. Lee "Scratch" Perry, Repentance:\tJamaican dub legend still plays the eccentric next door. Kristoffer Ragnstam, Wrong Side of the Room: \tNatty newbie decorates the second tier of Swedish pop. sBach, sBACH: \tNES obsessive can't seem to put down the musical joystick. Shwayze, Shwayze: \tHigh-spirited stoner can't really rap, but sure has fun doing it. Sonny J, Disastro:\tDumpster-diving DJ praises Norman Cook like he should. The Stills, Oceans Will Rise:\tNote: More memorable choruses needed for admission to arena. David Vandervelde, Waiting for the Sunrise: \tSavvy glam-pop up-and-comer drifts into a soft-rock sinkhole.