Indie Pop / Experimental Pop / Electro-Pop

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HEKLA
HEKLA

HEKLA release their debut of dreamy, psych-pop on vinyl LP from the Caroline True label. This self-titled record borrows the tight dynamics of girl-group pop like The Shangri-Las, but connects it with weirder, off-kilter sounds, strange synthesizer instrumentation and even a little bit of Swedish folk music.
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Dutch Uncles
Big Balloon

Machester's favourite artful wonk-pop outfit Dutch Uncles continue to churn out material, with their latest being 2017-due Big Balloon. Fronted by a self-titled and explosive lead single, with the typical addition of Duncan's (lead) off-kilter dance moves, this edition takes listeners on a consistently intricate avant-garde journey.

Molly Burch
Please Be Mine

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Wesley Gonzalez
Excellent Musician

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Deep Throat Choir
Be Ok

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Novella
Change of State

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Jens Lekman
Life Will See You Now

Jens Lekman drops his fourth full-length album on a waiting world. The Swedish songwriter has really cranked up the rhythms here on Life Will See You Now, toying with samba and bossa nova among other styles. That means you get the witty intimacy of Lekman’s songs in a lively danceable format: lovely. CD / LP / cassette release on Secretly Canadian.

East Wall
Silence

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Miyako Koda
In The Shadow Of Jupiter

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Prince and The New Power Generation
Cream

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Prince
If I Was Your Girlfriend

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Prince
U Got The Look

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Grandaddy
Last Place

Rocking the beard look waaaaay before anyone else Grandaddy disappeared for far too long but are now back to remind us of their other worldly and grandiose take on Cosmic American Music. Lead track 'A Lost Machine' will whet your tastebuds if you think Mercury Rev never topped 'Deserters Songs' or if you wish ELO would come back...or indeed if you like Grandaddy.  

Cloud Nothings
Life Without Sound

Cloud Nothings have a fourth album ready to go: not bad going given that main man Dylan Baldi is still just 25 years old. Derek Bailey once said that “Life without music would be a mistake”, and we can only assume that Life Without Sound would be even worse. Fortunately, there is plenty of polished rock sound to be enjoyed on this album: the Nothings sound more accomplished than ever. Out on Wichita.

Clock Opera
Venn

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Lowly
Heba

As far as Danish noise-pop debuts go, “Heba” by Lowly, a quintet who formed as a result of the member’s time spent together at musical academy, Aarhus, Denmark, is one of the best. Multilayered instrumentation, which sees vocals, guitars, synths, and laptops laid atop one another to create a vivid and textured bed of sound, really is the star of this release.

The Invisible
Wings

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Babeheaven
Moving On

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Our Girl
Normally

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H-Burns
Kid We Own The Summer

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Depeche Mode
Ultra

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Gabriella Cohen
Full Closure and No Details

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Summer Moon
With You Tonight

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Mozart's Sister
Field of Love

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Noga Erez
Off The Radar

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The Black Queen
Fever Daydream

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Homeshake
Fresh Air

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Modern Studies
Swell to Great

Modern Studies have knack for creating haunting, doomed landscapes that retain a sense of beauty, with lo-fi and dated instrumentation. If you ever wanted to watch The Wicker Man, mute the final damning scene and play something above it, then nothing would be more fitting then Swell to Great. 

Cuddle Magic
Ashes/Axis

Cuddle Magic is a big six-piece group with experience across the musical spectrum (reaching Amanda Palmer on the one side and Fred Frith on the other). Ashes / Axis has the gang playing around with pop flavours, in which bright and lovely melodies are delivered on a bed of weirdo textures. Great stuff, on Northern Spy.

Vaults
Caught In Still Life

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Le Ton Mite
Passe Compose Futur Conditionnel

Le Ton Mité is a hard-to-pin-down collective with one McCloud Zicmuse sitting at the centre (other participants include members of Deerhoof and A Hawk And A Hacksaw). Passe Compose Futur Conditionnel packs an impressive 50 songs into 67 minutes, covering a wide span of sounds and styles. CD and double LP release on Crammed Discs.

The xx
I See You

Are you ready to weep? Here come sad Londoners the XX with a brand new album and following on from Jamie's solo success it sounds like they've brought some upbeat dance floor energy into their misery. Hall and Oates sampling lead single 'On Hold' shows them sounding relatively upbeat.  Comes on all sorts of different formats. 

Brent Cash
The New High

Brent Cash is a pop mastermind like they used to make ‘em, building songs with an almost symphonic level of lush detail. He even plays all the instruments himself (apart from the strings)! As you can imagine, all that takes time, so The New High is his first album in five years, but it's well worth the wait if you like Van Dyke Parks-esque vintage super-pop! Out on Marina.

Allison Crutchfield
Tourist in This Town

Swearin’s Allison Crutchfield returns with a solo debut full-length in tow. “Tourist in This Town” re-introduces Crutchfield with a more complete realisation of her skill in songwriting, arranging and instrumentation. Bringing synths into the mix, the album was recorded with Jeff Zeigler and shows off its sheen through the anthemic lead single “Dean’s Room”. The CD is a 4-panel digipak and the LP includes a download code.

D∆WN
Infrared (Deluxe)

This is the deluxe edition of the 'Infrared' EP by this soul star favoured by some of the younger people in the office. Here she collaborates with some like-minded folk (Kingdom, Prince Will) on some smooth auto-tune friendly R&B and to make things even more exciting this time they've added a bunch of remixes too. 

Bat For Lashes
If I Knew / In Your Bed

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Sacred Paws
Strike A Match

Sacred Paws, the new band name of members of former noise pop group, Golden Grrls, is a pairing of Rachel Aggs and Eilidh Rodgers. “Strike a Match”, the pair’s debut as Sacred Paws, will be released through Glasgow’s Rock Action Records. If you are a fan or Sleater Kinney or The Raincoats you are sure to like this collection of jangly indie pop tracks, released on heavyweight vinyl and CD.

Chastity
Peroxide

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David Bowie
A Reality Tour - Live

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Rose Elinor Dougall
Stellular

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Sodastream
Little By Little

Australian duo Sodastream return to recorded music for the first time in a full decade. Little By Little is a record in the band’s classic guitar-pop tradition, full of songs that have lovely details squeezed into every corner: intimate and epic at the same time. CD and LP editions on their own Sodastream Music imprint.

St. Francis Hotel
Stay As You Are / You'd Gotta Be Alive

St. Francis Hotel are no different to many production duos in that they are an enigmatic pair, preferring to stay out of the limelight and let their music do the talking. Where they do differ, perhaps, was noted on their debut single Mondello - a fresh slice of soulful and melodic retro pop. Now their latest 7” offering Stay As You Are/You’d Gotta Be Alive hopes to deliver more of the same.

Cancer
Totem

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Goldfrapp
Silver Eye

Seemingly content to veer between dark electro-pop and dark cinematic folk it looks like Goldfrapp have swayed back towards the electronic side of things with this their 7th album. Looks like they've gone for a star studded cast this time round with St Vincent, John Grant, Wild Beasts, The Haxan Cloak and the ubiquitous John Congleton all lending a hand  
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Sebastien Tellier
L'Incroyable Verite

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London O’Connor
O∆

London O’Connor gives his debut album O∆ a ‘proper’ CD and vinyl release, after it was initially issued only on Soundcloud. London moves freely between different genres: all we can pin him down on are his themes, of dislocation and suburban disaffection. Out on True Panther Sounds.

Amber Run
For A Moment, I Was Lost

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Jakuzi
Fantezi Muzik

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Jamie T
Power Over Men

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Foxygen
Hang

Literally the most hated band by my late friend Archie, Foxygen would have incurred his wrath further by unleashing an album they are calling 'big band' music. The fact that they have enlisted those awful brothers the Lemon Twigs into their line up tells you all you need to know. Lead single 'Follow the Leader' both looks and sounds like Hall and Oates.  

Cherry Glazerr
Apocalipstick

Cherry Glazerr have announced Apocalipstick, their new album, set for release on 20th January 2017. Recorded at Hollywood’s nominal Sunset Sound studio with celebrated producers Joe Chicarrelli (The White Stripes, The Strokes, My Morning Jacket) and Carlos De La Garza (Paramore, Bleached, M83), this is the band’s debut album for Secretly Canadian.

Luxury Death
Glue

One half of them used to be in Nai Harvest but now they do this sort of Stevie Nicks-type thing called Luxury Death. ‘Glue’ is a very good synth-pop song - the verse ticks along pleasingly, with Ben Thompson (the Nai Harvest one) and Meg Williams sharing vocal duties. However, the way they completely pull up the groove for the chorus is novel indeed. The rest of the songs on this EP showcase similar songwriting quirks that make Luxury Death a more engaging proposition than many of their peers.

Jam Money
Blowing Stones

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Klyne
Don't Stop / Water Flow

Klyne are a Dutch group making electro-pop that manages to be proper pop (e.g. you could play it on the radio and use it on stylish adverts) as well as proper electro (e.g. the synths bite just right). Their Don’t Stop / Water Flow EP contains four tracks of this, and is priced extremely reasonably too. 12” on Because Music.
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Austra
Future Politics

Austra’s third album Future Politics arrives just at the right time. It has the ambitious mission of making sense of the current state of the world. Future Politics is filled with crystalline anthems, inspired by group leader Katie Stelmanis’ time living in Montreal and Mexico City, that have enough punch for the dancefloor or enough chill for the headphones. On Domino.
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Warpaint
Whiteout

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The Stray Trolleys
Barricades and Angels

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The Weeknd
House of Balloons

House of Balloons is one third of Trilogy, the debut release by Canadian singer, songwriter and producer Abel Tesfaye, who is more famously known as The Weeknd. The album is a compilation of his early work and encompasses R&B, soul, trip-hop and dream pop. House of Balloons is available for the first time as a stand alone double vinyl LP

Glad Hand
Shape Your Fever Close

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Daughter
4AD Session

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The Flaming Lips
Oczy Mlody

Fewer band's have remained so deliciously weird and consistently influential in the universe of alternative rock than The Flaming Lips. Led by the eerie and pounding The Castle, Oczy Mlody becomes the latest addition to a bulging catalogue - which continues to reinvent and surprise over 24 years down the line.

The Apples In Stereo
Science Faire

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Chris Cohen
Overgrown Path

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Brandon Can't Dance
Graveyard of Good Times

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Lydia Ainsworth
Darling Of The Afterglow

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Zooey
The Drifters

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Bic Runga
Close Your Eyes

New Zealand pop royalty Bic Runga releases a new record consisting of two original tracks and ten covers. The singer-songwriter interprets works from the likes of The Beach Boys, Kanye West and The Meters to Nick Drake, Neil Young and more, putting a psychedelic pop twist on her favourite music for her first full-length album in five years.

SOHN
Rennen

If you've never heard his songs 'Artifice' and 'Lessons', I'd highly recommend them. SOHN has only officially been around for a couple of years but as soon as he hit the ground he proved himself as both a talented songwriter and a very clever electronic musician, mixing the two gifts into one rather addictive package. Exciting new LP Rennen marks his return to the airwaves after a 2 year wait from fans. Released as Vinyl LP and CD on the 4AD label.
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Emotional
Emotional

Emotional is the new duo of Sian Dorrer and Adam Parkinson, who between them have played in outfits including The Bomber Jackets, Dane Law, Ravioli Me Away and plenty more. Electronic pop of all stripes is what floats Emotional’s boat, with as much 90’s as 80’s in there. And everything on s/t has nicely weird little edges that come from the pair making tracks their own way. LP on Milk Records.

Toothless
The Pace Of The Passing

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Aquilo
Silhouettes

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Xiu Xiu
FORGET

Xiu Xiu has finally returned from their stint at the Black Lodge, but perhaps they have taken some madness with them. After recording and touring with the popular Plays the Music of Twin Peaks, they are now returning with FORGET, packed with eccentric electro-pop, overdriven vocals and utterly danceable rhythm tracks - hidden away there somewhere. Produced by John Congleton (Sigur Ros) and Deerhoof's Greg Saunier. 

Ten Fé
Hit The Light

Sounding like Bruce Springsteen overdubbed an M83 record, Ten Fé are ridiculously appealing. Once you hear the first synthesized notes on single Overflow, you can picture yourself riding across the American deserts in an 80s convertible - but also somehow in the future. Hit the Lights is the duo’s highly-anticipated debut album, and we’re eager to see whether they’ll live up to our expectations.

Cairobi
Cairobi

Youngsters these days just keep cranking out brilliant band-names. Cairobi’s self-titled debut album is released in a tragically inappropriate season, as is evident by the very first chords of their single Lupo - this is summertime music. Fuzzy guitars, fuzzy bass in fact, hazy vocals, and dreamy drums, this is the easiest way to get your summer psychedelia trip while the 2017 winter razes on.

Giant Rooks
New Estate

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Carson Cox, Sam York & Austin Brown
Fire Dance

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Field Route
Field Route EP

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SSQ
Playback

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Wild Beasts
Boy King

Sporting a sleek new logo and a slick new sound, Kendal's biggest ever export (bar the mint cake) are back with their increasingly commercially-aimed sound that might give the Hot Chip's and the Metronomy's a run for their money. Where they once sang "The messed bottom bunked bed of the dead, this fouled fallen nest, this dried up drooping breast, I hold my hips at this comic apocalypse, the world's a whoopee wibbling wantlingly on my crooked seat", they now sing "That's how I get my bang".   Yup, things change....and not for the better, sadly. 

Taffy
Lixiviate

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Field Harmonics
Corners

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Elf Power
Sunlight On The Moon

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Dim Peaks
Time of Joy


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unhappybirthday
Sirup

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Young Hunting (L.A)
Hazel

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Honeyblood
Babes Never Die

Glasgow’s Honeyblood return with their second album Babes Never Die. The band, now a duo following the departure of drummer Donna McVicar, seem reinvigorated following their line-up change. Their sound has been intensified with chunky riffage and punchy rhythms whilst they’ve retained their catchy melodies.

Suicide
Alan Vega Martin Rev

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Le Matos
No Tomorrow feat. PAWWS

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Warpaint
New Song

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Nadine Khouri
The Salted Air

Nadine Khouri recorded her debut album with noted PJ Harvey collaborator John Parish, and it isn’t hard to spot a little of PJ in The Salted Air’s languid atmospheres and soft power. But Khouri’s Lebanese side brings further delicious elements into the mix. It’s hard to believe this is her first full-length, as Khouri sounds so totally in control here. Out on One Flash Records.

Tristesse Contemporaine
Stop and Start

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Heart Beach
Kiss Your Face

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Shining Bird
Black Opal

Shining Bird have been dreaming up Australian-tinged dream pop in Australia for several years now, and now have a second full length to share with the world. Black Opal is a big-sounding record that harks back to some of the more epic moments of 80’s pop: listen out for the gated-reverb drums! Released by the Spunk label.
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Sebastien Tellier
Sexuality

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Sebastien Tellier
Sessions

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D∆WN
Redemption

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Half Man Half Biscuit
Back Again In The DHSS (+ Trumpton Riots)

Reissue of Half Man Half Biscuit’s much-loved debut LP here. This version of Back In The DHSS - now titled Back Again In The DHSS due to this being a new edition - contains the original 1985 track list, a couple of bonus beats and the contents of 1986’s The Trumpton Riots EP. Witty, erudite indie that has gone on to influence the likes of Arab Strap, Richard Dawson and The Lovely Eggs. One of John Peel’s faves, don’t you know.

North Sea Radio Orchestra
Dronne

Joyful whimsy and mild dischord from North Sea Radio Orchestra on Dronne, their fourth album after a four year break where guitarist Craig Fortnam has been beavering away on his solo projects. Lots of influences come through, including Cardiacs, early Kraftwerk and Britten to make a wholly English sound. Limited edition vinyl and CD on The Household Mark.

CC Dust
CC Dust

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