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boygenius: the record album (Jan 28, 2023). This followup to the trio's 2018 self-titled debut sees Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker combining their individual strengths, forming an album that will undoubtedly win them a legion of new fans. Though it's highlighted by the unforgettable single "Not Strong Enough," the entire album is essential listening.

Glass Spells: Disco Goth album (Aug 25, 2016). The genre blending dance-punk found on Glass Spells' debut album makes for one of the highlights of the year. Preview/buy the album at Bandcamp.

The Bangles: Ladies and Gentlemen...The Bangles! collection (Jun 24, 2016). An excellent 16-track mix of hits and rarities, including their rare debut Out of Hand single, all the tracks from the 1982 Bangles EP, and demos from 1981. Originally only available as a digital download, it's finally available on CD and LP. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Cyndi Lauper: Detour album (May 6, 2016). Cyndi Lauper tries her hand at country, including classic tunes by Wanda Jackson ("Funnel of Love") and Patsy Cline ("I Fall to Pieces"), as well as a duet with Emmylou Harris on the title track, showing her usual versatility. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Dani Bell & the Tarantist: Dark West album (Aug 12, 2015). A striking new voice on the San Diego scene, includes the highlights "Night Fall," "Don't You Stay Gone," and "Best Without Me." Preview/buy the digital album at Amazon.

Cary L: Looking Back/Looking On album (Jan 24, 2016). Cary L, who previously recorded under the name Blush, has released the album of her career with Looking Back/Looking On, issued on the independent Sonar Records in Coventry, England (best known as the hometown of the Primitives and the Specials. In addition to harmony vocals, Cary proves herself to be a master multi-instrumentalist, playing acoustic/electric guitar, bass, and keyboards, complemented by drummer Jacob Ingermells, with guitar by producer Joshua Ingermells on "Travelling Band" and "On the Edge." A video was filmed for "In Your Way", making it the album's unoffical single. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Lush: Chorus 5 CD box set (Dec 11, 2015). Includes the albums Spooky (1992), Split (1994) and Lovelife (1996), plus singles, compilation tracks, and previously unreleased demos, radio sessions, remixes and rarities, 105 tracks in all, housed in a hardback book. Available at 4AD, and on Jan 22, 2016 from Amazon in the US. "Sweetness and Light" music video, "Nothing Natural" music video, "Superblast!" music video.

Siouxsie Sioux: "Love Crime" digital download (Dec 4, 2015). Originally heard during the season finale of the US television show Hannibal, "Love Crime" features the classic Sioux sound, her first release since the Manta Ray album and singles. Released through iTunes.

SPC ECO: Dark Matter album (Nov 20, 2015). Following their 2014 effort The Art of Pop, Dark Matter is the new collboration between vocalist Rose Berlin and Dean Garcia of Curve. "Under my Skin" music video, "Let It Be Always" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Grimes: Art Angels album (Dec 11, 2015). Completed at her home studio in Los Angeles, the album was recorded as a solo project, with Grimes acting as a multi-instrumentalist savant. "Flesh Without Blood/Life in the Vivid Dream" music video, "REALiTi" music video. Preview/buy the album on Amazon.

Ellie Goulding: Delirium album (Nov 6, 2015). "On My Mind" music video, "Love Me Like You Do" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Laurie Anderson: Heart of a Dog album (Oct 23, 2015). "Heart of a Dog" trailer. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Hilda Lizarazu: Las vueltas de la vida album (Oct 12, 2015). "Lucia la equilibrista" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Chvrches: Every Open Eye album (Sep 25, 2015). "Leave a Trace" music video, "Empty Threat" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Meg Myers: Sorry album (Sep 18, 2015). "Lemon Eyes" music video, "Sorry" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amaozn.

Bully: Feels Like album (Jul 23, 2015). "Too Tough" music video, "Trying" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Veruca Salt: Ghost Notes album (Jul 10, 2015). "Laughing in the Sugar Bowl" music video, "The Museum of Broken Relationships" music video, "The Gospel According to Me" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Florence + the Machine: How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful album (Jun 2, 2015). "What Kind of Man" music video, "St. Jude" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Indigo Girls: One Lost Day album (Jun 2, 2015). "Happy in the Sorrow Key" music video.Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Torres: Sprinter album (May 19, 2015). "Strange Hellos" music video, "Sprinter" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

The Merry Wives of Windsor: Drinker's Anthem album (May 9, 2015). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Nadine Shah: Fast Food album (May 4, 2015). "Fool" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Best Coast: California Nights album (May 4, 2015). "Feeling Ok" music video, "California Nights" music video, "Heaven Sent" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Bjork: Vulnicura album (Mar 23, 2015). "Lionsong" music video, "Stonemilker" music video, "Black Lake" music video, "Mouth Mantra" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Courtney Barnett: Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit album. There's deadpan, and then there's Barnett's night of the living deadpan. (Mar 23, 2015). "Pedestrian at Best" music video, "Nobody Really Cares if You Don't Go to the Party" music video, "Depreston" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Marina & The Diamonds: Froot album (Mar 16, 2015). "Blue" music video, "Froot" music video, "I"m a Ruin" music video, "Forget" music video, "Immortal" music video. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Evans the Death: Expect Delays album (Mar 10, 2015). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Piefight: This Changes Everything EP (2015). Second digital EP from this Portland-based indie band. Memorable melodies, intelligent lyrics, and solid performances make this worth checking out. (Bandcamp, February 10, 2015). Preview/buy the EP at Bandcamp.

The Primitives: Galore 2-CD reissue (2015). A much-needed reissue of this lost gem, featuring the stellar singles "You Are the Way" and "Lead Me Astray," with a host of worthy album tracks, including a cover the Nightcrawlers' garage classic "Little Black Egg." The reissue features a staggering 18 bonus tracks, including a previously unreleased mix of "You Are the Way." Released January 26, 2015 on Cherry Red Records. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Sleater-Kinney: No Cities to Love album (Jan 20, 2015). On Sub Pop. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Siouxsie & The Banshees: The Rapture remaster CD (2014). Released October 13, 2014. Buy The Rapture: Remastered at Amazon.

Siouxsie & The Banshees: Superstition remaster CD (2014). Released October 13, 2014. Buy Superstition: Remastered at Amazon.

Siouxsie & The Banshees: Peepshow remaster CD (2014). Released October 13, 2014. Buy Peepshow: Remastered at Amazon.

Siouxsie & The Banshees: Through the Looking Glass remaster CD (2014). Released October 13, 2014. Buy Through the Looking Glass: Remastered at Amazon.

The Primitives: Spin-O-Rama album (2014). Released October 14, 2014 on Elefant Records. Preview/buy Spin-O-Rama at Amazon or at at Elefant Records.

The Primitives: Spin-O-Rama single (2014). Limited release of 500 clear vinyl 7" singles. Features two new tracks, "Spin-O-Rama," the title track from the Primitives' new album due in October, and a cover of "Up So High" by The What's New. (Release September 1, 2014).

Sinead O'Connor: I'm Not Bossy I'm the Boss album (2014).. Released August 12, 2014. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Suzanne Vega: Close Up Series 5 CD/1 DVD box (2014). Released August 11, 2014 through SuzanneVega.com or Amazon.com.

Honeyblood: Honeyblood album (2014). Released July 8, 2014. Preview/buy the album on Amazon.

Kitten: Kitten album (2014). Released June 23, 2014. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Chrissie Hynde: Stockholm album (2014) (Release June 10, 2014). Preview/buy album at Amazon.

The Capsules: The Long Goodbye album (2014) (Saint Marie Records, May 20, 2014) Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Blondie - Blondie 4(0)-Ever: Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux/Ghosts of Download 2-CD/DVD box (2014) By way of celebrating their 40th anniversary as a band, Blondie found a unique way to bookend their career: a double-disc set, the first part of which, Greatest Hits: Deluxe Redux, offers new recordings of their classic hits (similar to the 2010 Squeeze album, Spot the Difference), while the second part, Ghosts of Download, offers entirely new material, reflecting the band's ongoing growth and development. A happy aniversary indeed. (Release May 13, 2014). Preview/buy album and DVD box set at Amazon.

Natalie Merchant: Natalie Merchant album (2014) Natalie Merchant's sixth solo album, the first in 13 years, was released on Nonesuch on May 6. Merchant self-produced the album, featuring "Giving Up Everything." (Nonesuch, May 6, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Tori Amos: Unrepentant Geraldines album (2014) Amos' 14th studio album was recorded at her studio in Cornwall, and is available in a Deluxe Edition featuring a hardcover book with lyrics and a bonus track, "Forest of Glass," as well as a behind-the-scenes DVD. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Sarah McLachlan: Shine On album (2014) McLachlan's eighth studio album, and her first for Verve, is strongly influenced by the recent loss of her father. At times meditative, the album requires repeated listening to reveal itself, but ultimately proves an important addition to her catalog. (Verve, May 6, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Siouxsie & the Banshees: Hong Kong Garden 2 x 7" single (2014) When Hong Kong Garden was originally released in 1978, it would have been impossible to predict the influence that Siouxsie & the Banshees would have on the music world, and impossible to imagine post-punk and alternative music without them. Dark, literate, and relentlessly innovative, the band continually challenged and reinvented themselves. This reissue includes the classic "Hong Kong Garden," with it's original B-side, the paranoid fantasy "Voices." The second 45 includes a re-recording of "Hong Kong Garden" from Sofia Coppola's 2006 film, Marie Antionette, backed by an alternate version of "Voices" drawn from the 1984 EP The Thorn. The gatefold sleeve includes an 8-page booklet. (Universal, 2014). Preview/buy the single at Amazon.

Shonen Knife: Overdrive (2014) Recording since 1982, Shonen Knife turn in their 21st album, fusing heavy metal with lead singer Naoko Yamano's characteristically oblique lyrical obsessions. (Apr 14, 20140. Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Kirsty MacColl: All I Ever Wanted: The Anthology collection (2014) The posthumous All I Ever Wanted: The Anthology 2-CD collection (not to be confused with 1991 All I Ever Wanted EP) is an excellent overview of the highlights of MacColl's career. The set includes the majority of tracks from previous MacColl collections, Galore (1995), A New England (2013), though fewer than Virgin/EMI's triple disc From Croydon to Cuba...An Anthology (2005). It's noteworthy for the inclusion of "Shutting the Doors" with Jools Holland, and BBC session versions of "He's on the Beach" and "A New England," the latter of which includes a guest appearance by Billy Bragg, the song's author. Though it's no substitute for a new album, this collection a welcome reminder of just how eclectic and powerful MacColl's music can be. (Apr 7, 2014). Preview/buy the collection at Amazon.

Cyndi Lauper: She's So Unusual: A 30th Anniversary Celebration 2-CD reissue (2014) Bolstered by MTV's, Landmark album of the 80's Disc One follows the original 10 album tracks with three remixes. Disc Two features 9 tracks of demos, rehearsal recordings, mixes, the B-side "Right Train, Wrong Track," and a lone live track, "Witness" from 1984. The 22-page liner notes include Lauper biographer Jancee Dunn's commentary, with photos by Annie Leibovitz. (Apr 1, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Belinda Carlisle: The Anthology 2-CD/DVD collection (2014) (Edsel, Mar 24, 2014) Preview/buy the collection at Amazon.

Missing Persons: Missing in Action album (2014) While this album is described as "the first new Missing Persons studio album in over 25 years," it is more accurately a solo project for vocalist Dale Bozzio. Given that the album features Bozzio as the sole original member (drummer Terry Bozzio, guitarist Warren Cuccurullo, bassist/keyboardist Patrick O'Hearn are all absent), Missing in Action is an particularly apt title. Replacing the band is producer/multi-instrumentalist Billy Sherwood, striving to replicate the Missing Persons sound. Featuring the single "Hello, Hello" and a cover of the March Violets "March Into the Sun." (Cleopatra, Mar 4, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Loreena McKennitt: The Journey So Far: The Best of Loreena McKennitt collection (2014) Summarizing Loreena McKennitt's career is a daunting task, with her recorded output including ten studio albums and four live albums. The Journey So Far compounds the problem by devoting the second disc to a new live album recorded in 2012 in Mainz, Germany, leaving a single disc to survey a wealth of material. Nothing is included from To Drive the Cold Winter Away (1987) or A Midwinter Night's Dream (2008), and just one track each from Elemental (1985), Parallel Dreams (1989), An Ancient Muse (2006), and The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2010), leaving the wealth of tracks drawn from The Visit (1991), The Mask and Mirror (1994), The Book of Secrets (1997). Without question the material included is excellent, bit it is hard not to wish for a fuller representation of her catalog. For those keeping score, the track breakdown follows: The Mystic's Dream (The Mask and Mirror), Bonny Portmore (The Visit), The Bonny Swans (The Mask and Mirror), The Mummer's Dance (The Book of Secrets), Down by the Sally Gardens (The Wind That Shakes the Barley), Stolen Child (Elemental), The Lady of Shalott (The Visit), Marco Polo (The Book of Secrets), Penelope's Song (An Ancient Muse), Huron "Beltane" Fire Dance (Parallel Dreams), The Old Ways (The Visit), Dante's Prayer (The Book of Secrets). (Quinlan Road, Mar 3, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Suzanne Vega: Tales from the Realm of the Queen of Pentacles album (2014) Suzanne Vega's first regular studio album since 2007's Beauty and Crime (her other recent releases being the Close Up series of re-recordings), features Vega's uniquely literate observations set in a diverse musical landscape. It's a short work, lasting under 40 minutes, but in that time takes the listener on a journey that is exotic on the surface, but like much of Vega's work, is universally human at it's core. Loosely organized around the theme of the Tarot deck, and drawing on imagery such as the Queen of Pentacles, the Knight of Wands, and the Fool, the album contrasts forceful tracks ("I Never Wear White," "Fool's Complaint") with more introspective ("Portrait of the Knight of Wands," "Silver Bridge."). The outlier on the album is "Don't Uncork What You Can't Contain," a quirky rocker that doesn't quite gel with the surrounding tracks. In sum, an exceptionally enjoyable album that becomes more rewarding with repeated listening. (Amanuensis Productions, Feb 18, 2014). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Dum Dum Girls: Too True album (2014) The third Dum Dum Girls album finds them developing solid melodies which draw on all the right rock traditions, with a well-produced sound that is recognizable but personal. (Sub Pop, Jan 28, 2014). Preview/buy album at Amazon.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor: Wanderlust album (2014) (EBGB's, Jan 27, 2014) Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts: Unvarnished album (2013) Opening with the irresistible "Any Weather," co-written by Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters, Unvarnished features many hallmarks of a classic Blackhearts album, but offers some departures as well. Familiar elements include driving guitars, call-and-response with the Blackhearts' backing vocals, strategic keyboards, and Jett's inimitable sneer, particularly on "TMI," and "Bad as We Can Be." These are complemented by a number of songs with more reflective lyrics. The emotional heart of the album is "Different," offering solace and solidarity to those who don't fit in, as well as tracks addressing mortality ("Hard to Grow Up," "Fragile"), loneliness ("Everybody Needs a Hero"), and social commentary ("Reality Mentality") which illustrate Jett's broadening lyrical palette. (Blackheart Records, Sep 30, 2013). Preview/buy the album Amazon.

Blush: Wildest Dreams album (2013) Blush's third album is a nicely varied mix of styles and tempos that keep the listener consistently engaged. Highlights include "Wildest Dreams," "Real," and the torturous "Derranged." Includes some production by Paul Sampson (The Primitives, Catatonia). Previous projects Blush leader Cary Lord has participated in include Armalite and She's the Leader. The video for Wildest Dreams is available here. Another win for Coventry. (Aug 31, 2013). Preview/buy the album at Sonar Records or Amazon.

Disney's Frozen Soundtrack (2013) Despite it's amazing visuals, it is the soundtrack to Disney's holiday blockbuster, Frozen, that gives the film its power. Featuring the Oscar-winning "Let it Go," heard emanating continuously from headphones, car stereos, stip malls and smart phones, complemented by a larger than usual contingent of memorable songs, including "Do You Want to Build a Snowman," "For the First Time in Forever," "Love is an Open Door," and "Fixer Upper." (Nov 25, 2013). Preview/buy the soundtrack at Amazon.

The Waitresses: Just Desserts: The Complete Waitresses, double disc collection released September 24, 2013. Buy Just Desserts: The Complete Waitresses at Amazon.

Berlin: Animal album, released September 17, 2013. Buy Animal at Amazon.

The Flatmates: You Held My Heart 7" single (2013) The last Flatmates single was Heaven Knows in 1988. After 25 years songwriter Martin Whitehead and original drummer Rocker reformed the band, adding Verity Longley on bass and Brian Price on drums. along with new vocalist Lisa Bouvier when Deb Haynes declined to resume performing. "You Held My Heart" retains the indie charm of the original Flatmates, featuring a fast beat, trebly distorted guitars, "oh-oh-oh-oh" backing vocals, and a lyrical focus on romantic desperation. The B-side, "One Last Kiss" nicely complements the A-side, continuing the theme of romantic tragedy. A worthy return to form. (Archdeacon of Pop Records, Aug 23, 2013). Available through Bandcamp.com.

Alison Moyet: The Minutes album, released May 6, 2013. Buy the minutes on Amazon.

The Merry Wives of Windsor: Buy Yourself Another album (2013) A slight step down from the Wives' excellent Bottoms Up (2011), Buy Yourself Another is nonetheless a heady mix of bawdy fun and finely played traditional songs in a Renaissance Faire vein. Highlights include "The Hungry Sea," the songwriting debut of long-time Wife Elizabeth Otis-Lorusso. (CD Baby, Mar 16, 2013). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

The Primitives: Lose the Reason 7" single (2013) Hot on the heels of their Echoes and Rhymes album of obscure covers by female vocalists, The Primitives issued Lose the Reason, one of the best singles of their career. Featuring a rare dual-vocal call-and-response performance from Tracy and Paul Court, the title track is everything a great Primitives single is known for: first rate production, energetic performances, a lethal hook, and Court's sardonic lyrics. The B-side, "Always Coming Back," an undulating spider-and-the-fly/moth-to-the-flame tale. (Elefant Records, Feb 18, 2013). Preview/buy the single at Amazon.

The Capsules: Northern Lights, Southern Skies album (2013) The strength of Northern Lights & Southern Skies lies in its diversity of styles. Opening with "Across the Sky," a melodic track worthy of being a single, the album showcases the band's ability to play tender meditations ("From the Start"), pulsating synth-driven meltdowns ("Our Apocalypse"), and perfect pop ("Time Will Only Tell"), ranging into more experimental territory toward the end of the album ("Test Drive the Other Side"). The complex production and instrumental landscapes created by Jason Shields and Kevin Trevino are first rate, creating the ideal backdrop for Julie Shields' achingly pure vocals. Creative videos for "Across the Sky," "Our Apocalypse," and "Time Will Only Tell" complement a stellar release. (Vespera Records, Jan 15, 2013). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

The Primitives: Echoes & Rhymes (2012) While many covers albums make obvious choices, seeking to score an easy hit with a radio-friendly retread, The Primitives, characteristically, chart a different course. Choosing a truly obscure set of songs originated by female vocalists, the album does not always sound like the Primitives as we have known them. Some of the tracks were previewed on single releases, including German duo Adam and Eve's "The Witch" (available as a download), Sue Lyon's "Turn Off the Moon" from the 1962 film Lolita. A few of the artists are familiar, though the tracks chosen are not well known, including Jackie DeShannon's "Till You Say You'll Be Mine," Nico's "I'm Not Sayin'," Sandy Posey's "Single Girl," and Shocking Blue's "Time Slips Away." The other artists and tracks are largely unknown outside specialized circles: "Panic" by Reparata & the Delrons, "Move It On Over" by LeGrand Mellon, "Sunshine in My Rainy Day Mind" by Polly Niles, "I Surrender" by Bonnie St. Claire, "Amoureux D'une Affiche" by Laura Ulmer, "Where Will You Be?" by Dana Gillespie, "Who Are You Trying to Fool?"by Little Ann, and "Wild Flower" by She Trinity. (Elefant, Apr 23, 2012). Preview/buy the album at Amazon.

2013 Releases
Berlin: Animal (Something-Music/Fontana, 2013)
Belinda Carlisle: Live from Metropolis Studios (Edsel, 2013)
Belinda Carlisle: Icon collection (Geffen, 2013)
Lisa Germano: No Elephants (Badman Recording Co., 2013)
Girlschool: The Very Best of Girlschool (Sanctuary, 2013)
Julianna Hatfield: Wild Animals (Ye Olde Records, 2013)
Indigo Girls: The Essential Indigo Girls (Epic, 2013)
Letters to Cleo: From Boston Massachusetts (Dot Rat, 2013)
Lene Lovich
Lydia Lunch: Retrovirus live (ugEXPLODE, 2013)
Lydia Lunch: Taste Our Voodoo with Philippe Petit (Rustblade, 2013)
Lydia Lunch: Medusa's Bed with Zahra Mani/Mia Zabelka (Monotype Records, 2013)
Kirsty MacColl: A New England: The Best of Kirsty MacColl CD/DVD (Union Square Music, 2013)
Mazzy Star: Seasons of Your Day (Rhymes of an Hour Records, 2013)
Sarah McLachlan: The Essential Sarah McLachlan (RCA, 2013)
Talulah Gosh: Was It Just a Dream? (Damaged Goods, 2013)
Tegan and Sara: Heartthrob (Vapor, 2013)
Throwing Muses: Purgatory/Paradise (The Friday Project, 2013)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Mosquito (Modular, 2013)

2012 Releases
No Doubt: Push and Shove album, September 25, 2012. Buy album, 2 CD Limited Deluxe Edition at Amazon.
Tender Trap: Ten Songs About Girls album, September 10, 2012. Buy CD on Amazon.
Patti Smith: Banga album, June 1, 2012. Buy CD, Deluxe Limited Edition CD on Amazon.
Loreena McKennitt: Troubadours on the Rhine live album, February 27, 2012. Buy CD on Amazon.
Sinead O'Connor: How About I Be Me (And You Be You)? album, February 21, 2012. Buy CD on Amazon.

Tori Amos: Gold Dust (Deutsche Grammophon, 2012)
45 Grave: Pick Your Poison (Frontier, 2012)
Garbage: Not Your Kind of People (Stun Volume, 2012)
Garbage: The Absolute Collection (Liberator/Stun Volume, 2012)
Nina Hagen: In My World 3-CD (Polydor, 2012)
Juliana Hatfield: Juliana Hatfield (Ye Olde Records, 2012)
Penelope Houston: On Market Street (Glitterhouse Records, 2012)
Loreena McKennitt: Troubadours on the Rhine live (Quinlan Road, 2012)
No Doubt: Push and Shove (Interscope, 2012)
The Primitives: Echoes and Rhymes (Elefant Records, 2012)
Shonen Knife: Pop Tune (P-Vine 2012)
Patti Smith: Banga (Columbia, 2012)
Tender Trap: Ten Songs About Girls (Fortuna Pop!, 2012)

2011 Releases
Nina Hagen:Volksbeat album, November 11, 2011. Buy CD on Amazon.
The Motels: Apocalypso album, August 9, 2011. Buy CD on Amazon.
Wendy James: I Came Here to Blow Minds CD album, March, 2011. Buy CD on Amazon.
PJ Harvey: Let England Shake album, released February 14, 2011. Buy CD on Amazon.

Tori Amos: Night of Hunters (Deutsche Grammophon, 2011)
Bananarama: The Collection (Music Club Deluxe, 2011)
Bangles: Sweetheart of the Sun (Model Music Group/Down Kiddie, 2011)
Sophie Ellis-Bextor: Make a Scene (Douglas Valentine Limited, 2011)
Blondie: Panic of Girls (Five Seven Music, 2011)
Kate Bush: Director's Cut (Fish People, 2011), 50 Words for Snow (Fish People, 2011)
Ani Difranco: Which Side Are You On? (2011)
Girlschool: Hit and Run - Revisited (UDR, 2011)
Nina Hagen: Volksbeat (Koch, 2011)
PJ Harvey: Let England Shake (Island, 2011)
Juliana Hatfield: There's Always Another Girl (Ye Olde Records, 2011)
Anne-Marie Hurst album: Day of All Days (2011)
Indigo Girls: Beauty Queen Sister (Vanguard, 2011)
Wendy James: I Came Here to Blow Minds (Cobraside, 2011)
Grace Jones: Hurricane - Dub (Wall of Sound, 2011)
The Motels: Apocalypso (Omnivore, 2011)
The Muffs: Kaboodle (Lemon Recordings, 2011)
Sinead O'Connor: Essential (EMI, 2011)
Jane Siberry: Meshach Dreams Back (SR, 2011)
Patti Smith: Live in France 2004 (Immortal, 2011)
Patti Smith Outside Society (Arista/Columbia, 2011)
Patti Smith: The Arista Years 1975/2000 (Sony/BMG, 2011)

2010 Releases
Loreena McKennitt: The Wind That Shakes the Barley album, November 16, 2010. Buy CD at Amazon.
Wendy James: I Came Here to Blow Minds digitial album, October, 2010. Buy CD on Amazon.
Liz Phair: Funstyle album, July 3, 2010. Buy CDwith Girlystyle Tapes on Amazon.
Go Sailor: Long Distance (Alternate Mix) 7" single, May, 2010.
Natalie Imbruglia: Come to Life album, April 26, 2010. Buy CD on Amazon.
Martha + the Muffins: Delicate album, February 2, 2010. Buy CD on Amazon.

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