here's what's cranking out from emusic.com.....
"Dark Shores - Strand of Oaks - I love this! Timothy Showalter makes great folky, sometimes rocky, sometimes broody, sometimes sweet music.
"Rules for Jokers" - Thea Gilmore - British folkie with bite. one of her early albums.
"Tragedy and Geometry" - Steve Hauschildt - electronica - think Jean Michael Jarre on steroids
"Where Are The Arms" - Gabriel Kahane - lovely, melodic pop with a classical edge, lovely
"Georges I. Gurdjieff" - The Gurdjieff Folk Instrument Ensemble & Levon Eskenian - European folk on authentic instruments...
"Appellation d'Origine Controlee" - La Bottine Souriante - French-Canadian folk-jazz-salsa - foot-stomping greatness
"Alter Ego" - John McAll - Australian jazz muso - nice.
"The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do" - Fiona Apple (she does like a long album title...)
"Oh Pioneer" - Duke Special - Peter Green continues his songwriting magic. Perhaps a bit over-produced, but I like it.