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June 12, 2006
Piano Woman

Meet Regina Spektor, the Strokes’ favorite Russian Jewish singer from the Bronx.

May 8, 2006
Influences: Gnarls Barkley

St. Elsewhere, Gnarls Barkley's debut, is an unclassifiable mix of psychedelic rock, hip-hop, and electronic music, all topped by Cee-Lo’s classic soul vocals.

May 8, 2006
Elvis Dreams of 9/11

And other brilliantly strange concoctions from the elusive pop genius Scott Walker.

April 10, 2006
Exile on Bleecker Street

When he got too big for Norway, pop star Sondre Lerche found the good life in Greenwich Village.

March 6, 2006
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March 13, 2006
Lullabies for Brooklyn

Hem plays pretty, country-inflected songs that are everything but cool.

February 6, 2006
Garbagehead Revisited

East River Pipe is a one-man band that makes beautiful pop out of a decade and a half of very hard living.

December 12, 2005
Jukebox

Youthful music-lovers offer their takes on noteworthy recent albums.

November 28, 2005
Girls Gone Mild

Madonna and Kate Bush return to action with decidedly different notions of growing old gracefully.

October 31, 2005
The Band That Ate Canada

Broken Social Scene is a seventeen-member “collective” that sounds like fourteen different bands. Luckily, none of them is Duran Duran.

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