Up first is Allo Darlin', who, to put it plainly, sound a lot like Camera Obscura. Featherweight female vocals, lace-collar quaintness, a pinch of country twang. Occasional ukulele. British. You have no idea how badly I wish we were an MP3 blog right now, so you could download the song "If Loneliness Was Art." There's a line that goes, "You've convinced me I'm pretty when I'm not," and it's absolutely heartbreaking, of Belle & Sebastian proportions. Then there's "Let's Go Swimming," with its whining steel guitars and faraway dreaminess, and the jaunty "Henry Rollins Don't Dance," where singer Elizabeth Morris daintily ticks off a list of punk-rock icons who aren't prone to getting their freak on — Fugazi, the Misfits, Bad Religion, etc. — before imagining what it would be like to bring Henry Rollins to a disco where he dances to ABBA. It's almost too adorable to handle.