My two fa­vorite Euro­pean mu­sic la­bels — Voodoo Rhythm from Switzer­land and Off La­bel Records from Ger­many — have been flood­ing the mar­ket with wild, rock­ing trashy sounds.

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“99 Things,” and, best of all, “Who Shot the Drug­gies”), Lynx Lynx also has a dis­tinct softer side. You can hear that on the folk-in­flu­enced “Coast of Wasted Youth,” the al­most two-minute in­stru­men­tal called “Swörds, Part II” (a sound­track to some imag­i­nary Ger­man hor­ror movie?), and the heavy re­verb of “Black Feather,” which fea­tures what the band ac­cu­rately calls “cheap ’70s drum com­puter noise” be­hind what sounds like a clas­sic ’60s slow­dance melody. Learn more at www.lynx­l­ynx.org. ▼ Death of an An­gel by Des­ti­na­tion Lonely. When I de­scribe the sound of this French trio as “mon­strous,” that’s a com­pli­ment. They sound a lot like their Voodoo Rhythm sta­ble­mates and vet­eran (30 years and go­ing strong!) garage-punkers, The Mon­sters. I’m sure that fact didn’t es­cape head Mon­ster and

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