- Secret Machines Secret Machines
Known for their layered, creeping cacophony of self-loathing and sex appeal, the Secret Machines are back with their third record. The release is self-titled, so you know they want to get personal. These citified charmers will seduce you somewhere between the heaving drums, the deep vocals, and stunning guitar.
- Lucinda Williams Little Honey
For her ninth solo studio recording, Ms. Williams divulges (and rocks) her love lost. Bluesy and badass, the album also features the likes of Elvis Costello, Matthew Sweet, and Susanna Hoffs.
- Nikka Costa Pebble To A Pearl
You might recognize this singer for her soulful hit, “Like A Feather.” And her new album adds even more groovable tracks to her repertoire. “Loving You” is R&B pop at its best.
- Ray LaMontagne Gossip Grain
Ray wants you (and him) to stay, but he always promises to be gentle.
- Keane Perfect Symmetry
Fronted by the prettiest voice in pop, Tom Chaplin, Keane has released his third album. But unlike the beautiful ballads we’ve come to expect from the Brit boys, these songs are so totally 80’s!
- Ingrid Michaelson Be Ok
She has “Be” and “Ok” written on her cheeks on the cover. That’s barely how we feel about the trite lyrics and simple arrangements. If you do pick it up, make sure you skip her “Over the Rainbow” cover. (Judy Garland is rolling over in her grave.)
- “Yo, Gabba Gabba!: The Dancey Dance Bunch”
Normally, we Frisky gals try to pretend we’re adults, but we LOVE this Nick Jr. show that brings hip hop, robots, and DJ culture to the kids with the help of Biz Markie!
- “Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”
Shia LeBouf on the back of a Harley plus Harrison Ford wielding a whip equals summer blockbuster.
- “War, Inc.”
John Cusack and his sister, Joan, star in this political satire.
- “The Sarah Silverman Program: Season 2, Volume 1″
Let comedienne Sarah Silverman entertain/offend you.
Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman infamously steam up the Hitchcock classic.