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Upper Westside Soweto: Vampire Weekend; Metal pop from Queens of the Stone Age; Absurdist electronic artist Dan Deacon; West coast power pop by Jason Falkner; "Real" power pop from The Flamin' Groovies; Sufjan Stevens singer goes solo: St. Vincent; Soulful rock from Joan as Policewoman; Australian jazz bassist Tal Wilkenfeld.

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Dan Deacon, Queens of the Stone Age, St. Vincent

Era Vulgaris

Make It Wit Chu

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Shake Some Action

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Transformation

BC

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