Caribou, Sunset Rubdown, PJ Harvey

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Mathematician turned musician Dan Snaith; '70s Southern California: Cass McCombs; A delightful Sunset Rubdown; Britpop singer, guitarist Richard Hawley; The quiet side of guitar rocker PJ Harvey; A tribute to Automatic for the People.

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Caribou, Sunset Rubdown, PJ Harvey

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Melody Day

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Dropping the Writ

Lionkiller

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The Mending of the Gown

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Lady Solitude

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White Chalk

The Piano

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Drive XV

Try Not to Breathe

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