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Sadcore from Canadian indie stalwart

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Polly Harvey and Nick Cave help create her most potent album since Broken English

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The Knife – Deep Cuts

Swedish siblings jangle nerves with classy Euro-pop

R.L. Burnside – A Bothered Mind

Mississippi bluesman remixed for the hip hop generation

Ken Stringfellow – Soft Commands

Third solo LP from Posies co-founder

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Bootleg-quality live recordings from '96

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Elvis Costello With The London Symphony Orchestra – Il Sogno

Rock purists derided Costello when he first flirted with classical forms 11 years ago, but his Brodsky Quartet collaboration The Juliet Letters still sounds like a bold career swerve. It could even be considered a punk statement in its bare-faced arrogance (stop sniggering at the back). Countless eclectic excursions later, Costello returned to Shakespeare in 2000 when an Italian dance troupe commissioned him to score a ballet based on A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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