Indie Pop / Experimental Pop / Electro-Pop

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Echo Park
Macosa

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Omo / The Chap
Oversized/Well Done You

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The Chap
Even Your Friend

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The Chap
Fun and Interesting

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The Chap
Proper Rock

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Explosive Piece Of Mind

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The Chap
Well Done Europe

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Fischerspooner
Entertainment

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The Chap
Builders Brew

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The Chap
Mega Breakfast

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King Of Woolworths
Rediffusion

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The Chap
Ham

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Plays God

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Beach Baby
No Mind No Money

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Chook Race
Around The House

Young Australians Chook Race will pump you up with their speedy guitar energy whilst simultaneously relaxing you with the comforts of their sound. It's no critique to say that Around The House feels familiar: it has all the trappings of jangly DIY indie pop music á la Flying Nun, and that just feels right. Out on Trouble In Mind.

The Invisible
Life's Dancers (Floating Points Remix)

The Invisible’s lauded ‘Patience’ LP now yields a track with the full Floating Points treatment. Sam Shepherd drops the science (and a cello) to rework ‘Life’s Dancers’ into a fine space-funk epic. Plus he produced a new track on the flip. Busy boy. 180g black 12” vinyl in 3mm spined sleeve, on Ninja Tune.

Sauna Youth
False Jesii Pt. II / Oh Joel

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Vince Mole & His Calcium Orchestra
Nothing

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Calotherm
Vinyl Record Cleaning Cloth

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Sleigh Bells
Jessica Rabbit

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Klangstof
Close Eyes To Exit

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AlunaGeorge
I Remember

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Ali Muhareb
Walkin’ / Thunder & Lightning

It has been said that Ali Muhareb has a similar twisted, creative brain as the Flaming Lips overlord Wayne Coyne. Muhareb, who hails from Portland, Oregon, makes electronic music and has been touring the world extensively. Walkin’/Thunder & Lightning is his debut release and is available on 7” vinyl.
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Das Fluff
1 Cent + Postage / Shut The Fuck Up

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Hoops
Hoops EP

This glittery indie pop sounds like it was either recorded or played back underwater. I mean that in the nicest possible way. Sunbeams glistening through and lapping against your feet, blurring the edges, it’s dreamy and quite intoxicating. Hoops soothe away the annoyances of the day, why have you put the heating on and opened the window? Just press play, oh, ahhhhh.

Trentemoller
Redefine

The second single to be released for Trentemøller’s upcoming album Fixion, and is one of the four tracks that will feature long-time collaborator Marie Fisker. Trentemøller is a shapeshifter, moving between groovy, verging on cheeky synth dance tracks and leftfield experimentation, so with wanting to be too cheesy.. Expect the unexpected.

Sin Fang
Spaceland

Sin Fang’s Spaceland is glistening R&B electronic pop with a deep yet ultimately joyously freeing rumination that you can imagine working closely with Jónsi and Alex Somers would bring. On one hand heavy bass and hi-hat bangers, the other delicate and vulnerable. Featuring Jónsi, Sóley, Jófríður Ákadóttir and Farao.

Viet Cong
Cassette

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Blood Orange
Freetown Sound

Freetown Sound is the third album by Blood Orange aka Dev Hynes (Lightspeed Champion, Test Icicles). It follows on from 2011’s Costal Grooves and 2013’s critically acclaimed Cupid Deluxe. Hynes took on the Blood Orange moniker after moving to New York in the mid 2000s. He soaked up the city’s musical heritage to create the intense yet delicate funky pop to which he has become accustomed. On Domino.

Darren Hayman
Train Songs (Class 108 Diesel Multiple Unit)

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Depeche Mode
A Broken Frame

The second LP from perennial synth-botherers Depeche Mode gets the reissue treatment. Well, we say second LP, but in a way 1982’s A Broken Frame is the first statement from the Depeche Mode we’re so familiar with now. Following the departure of Vince Clarke - he’d gone off to play with Alison Moyet in Yazoo - this album saw Martin Gore become the band’s principle songwriter, a role he has held to this day. A Broken Frame helped set the tone for the run of darker records that the band would make throughout the ‘80s. Contains ‘Leave In Silence’ and ‘The Meaning Of Love’.

Depeche Mode
Construction Time Again

Look at that man wielding an axe. It kind of works as a perfect image for Depeche Mode's third album. The band had been getting interested in the sounds of industrial rock and so started to incorporate banging, hitting things and other forms of racket into their hitherto shiny synth pop. The result was one of their best early day albums and a single Everything Counts that according to the track list is so good it appears on the album twice.  

The Ocean Party
Restless

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Of Montreal
Innocence Reaches

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Losers
How To Ruin Other People’s Futures

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Junk Son
Beginning, Ending, Pretending

Junk Son are a Goldsmiths band, though with the pleasing twist that some members of the group studied popular music while others trained in contemporary composition. That uncommon pairing is responsible for the more unusual edges that really make the music stick. Debut album Beginning, Ending, Pretending is released by 37 Adventures.

Arc Iris
Moon Saloon

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Django Django
Hail Bop

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Body of Light
Let Me Go

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Hannah Peel
Awake But Always Dreaming

Concept album from Irish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Hannah Peel, exploring the descent into dementia. Beginning with the hope and exuberance of childhood, and charting love and life before a shift of pace represents the confusion and fuzziness of late-life dementia. Bright and joyful, yet at times dark and percussive. This is Peel's second solo album. Available now on vinyl or CD.

Jamie T
Trick

Popular rap rock dude Jamie T is back after a gap of two years with more massive ear worms that you'll know even if you claim otherwise. Lead single 'Tinfoil Boy' is both emo-tinged and moshpit friendly which bodes well for an album of expansive /punk/reggae/rap/pop that is sure to be one of the years bigger releases. He's one of the ok ones this lad.    

Slow Club
One Day All Of This Won't Matter Any More

Slow Club doesn’t exactly take it easy. Only a year after I Swam Out to Greet You, the duo, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor, is back. Working with American southern-folk producer Mathew E. White, the duo were able to reinvent their catchy slow pop style. Even if nothing really matters, One Day All Of This Won’t Matter Anymore totally does matter.

Local Natives
Sunlit Youth

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J Churcher
Borderland State

J Churcher's debut album hearkens back to the 90s psychedelia of Slowdive and Mazzy Star. Haunting, reverb-drenched vocals sit atop hazy soundscapes and fuzzy guitars, all of it rooted in Churcher's formidable songwriting and compositional flare. With elements of chamber-pop, dream-pop, shoegaze and indie-folk, Borderland State offers much to be explored. Available on Vinyl LP on the 37 Adventures label.

Moby
Music From Porcelain

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JOOVE
How To Let Things Go

JOOVE broadcast from Tel Aviv, where Aviad Zinemnas and Yuval Shenhar construct their own personal take on electro-pop songwriting. How To Let Things Go’s 5 tracks have some deep echo, some dramatically wearied vocals, and snatches of folk musics alongside the keyboards and electronics. 12” release on the InchPerSecond label.

Disclosure
Moog For Love

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Dodgy
What Are We Fighting For

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Copeland & Gast
Sisters of Control

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The Hairs
While I Hated Life, Barbarian

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Burning Peacocks
Burning Peacocks

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The Legends
It's Love

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Los Flechazos
Dias Grises - 25th Anniversary Edition

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Los Flechazos
Alta Fidelidad - 25th Anniversary Edition

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The Monochrome Set
Cosmonaut

Trace back from The Last Shadow Puppets, Franz Ferdinand et al any you’ll find The Monochrome Set. They originally formed in 1978, as part of the first wave of post-punk, and give most contemporaries a run for their money. Grand and smokey dive bar music, that would fit soundtracking a coming of age indie flick.

Various
F*Ckin’ Ziggurat

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The Wave Pictures
A Season In Hull

On A Season in Hull, the fourteenth studio album from English rockers The Wave Pictures, the group return to their lo-fi roots. Recorded live with a single microphone, this vinyl LP on Wymeswold Records relies on impeccable songwriting and charming grooves. The immediacy of the recording reminds us just how sharp and witty these guys have always been. Lovely stuff.

Blossoms
At Most A Kiss

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Kishi Bashi
Sonderlust

Sonderlust may sound merry and shimmery, but it is a record produced from the depths of a challenging personal struggle: Kishi Bashi’s marriage was on the brink of collapse. The heavy situation inspired a heartfelt record of beautiful electronic / orchestral pop music, with Bashi’s soul bared over shuffling rhythms and booming choruses. Sonderlust is released by Joyful Noise.
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MADEIRA
Bad Humors

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Rory Wynne
Why Don't You

Stockport songsmith Rory Wynne will be far too young to remember the recipe swapping television treat from the 1980's but here he's turned off the tv and gone out to do something more interesting instead. He's made two bursts of noisy home made pop that seem to reference the Arctic Monkeys and Jake Bugg but adds some much needed distortion and bite.    

Beck
Mellow Gold

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Jay Som
I Think You're Alright / Rush

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Deradoorian
The Expanding Flower Planet

Deradoorian has been a key member of some very significant weird-indie groups in the last few years: she is principally one of the most prominent aspects of Dirty Projectors, as well as performing in Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks. On The Expanding Flower Planet however, she crafts her very own musical worlds, each containing many ornate layers.

Boys Forever
Boys Forever

Boys forever is the alias of Glaswegian all-rounder Patrick Doyle. Doyle wrote, sung and played every instrument on this vitriolic pop debut. Recorded in LA, whilst maintaining the misery of the grey London winter in which it was written, 'Boys Forever' is pop music with an evil twist. Available to pre-order on vinyl or cd.

Kid Canaveral
Faulty Inner Dialogue

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David West
Peace or Love

Rat Columns guitarist and musical artist David West splits his time between the USA and Australia. Influenced by free-spirited artists throughout history, Peace or Love is an album of softly-strummed indie and unfettered soundscapes that also takes in disco and soul-tinged pop along the way. West's label, Tough Love say that they were set up to put out music just like this, so they're delighted to have found him.

Prince and the Revolution
Parade (Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon)

Posthumous re-release of Prince's seminal eighth studio album, and the soundtrack to 1986's 'Under the Cherry Moon'. This contains some proper Prince classics such as 'Kiss' and 'Anotherloverholenyohead'. This album sold two million copies when it was originally released. Pure, classic Prince. Pre-order on vinyl now. 

Crystal Castles
Amnesty (I)

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David Bowie
Who Can I Be Now? [1974 - 1976]

Who remembers David Bowie? Well in 1974 Bowie went to America and recorded a heap of albums including 'Diamond Dogs', 'Young Americans', 'Station To Station'. Well, they've all been collected here with a separate album full of all the singles and B sides from the era and 'The Gouster', previously unreleased as a concept album.  

Little Cub
Breathing Space

Debut EP from South London based four-piece Little Cub. Intricate electronica with heartfelt lyrics, this offers three remixes of the tune 'Breathing Space'. The band's first two tracks are available to download free from their website: www.wearelittlecub.com. Here, however, we offer you limited edition vinyl. 

Regina Spektor
Remember Us To Life

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SPC ECO
Anomalies

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Shams
Piano Cloud

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Maria Minerva
Sacred & Profane Love

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White Poppy
Natural Phenomena

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Group Rhoda
12th House

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White Poppy
White Poppy

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Xander Harris
The New Dark Age Of Love

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Maria Minerva
Cabaret Cixous

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Camera Obscura
4AD Session

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Dean Blunt
50 Cent

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Jamie xx
Girl

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Seazoo
Teeth

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Eliza Shaddad
Run

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Building Instrument
Kem Som Kan A Leve

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Stress
Conspiracy Theory

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As Ondas
Mares

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Sports
All of Something

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Ages and Ages
Something to Ruin

Heart lifting pop that sounds like it was recorded in your front room. It wasn’t. It was captured by Modest Mouse’s Isaac Brock’s studio, but the personality of this record is it’s strength. Acoustic indie pop filled with gleeful melodies and laid back choral vocals done by all of the band, it’s a great end of summer trip.
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Roosevelt
Roosevelt

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Jerkcurb
Night On Earth

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OVVLS
Winter

A dramatic piece of synth-song from OVVLS. Winter is dominated by potent vocals and very firm drumming: on the second side of the tape is an exclusive spoken-word version. Released as a strictly limited edition of 50 cassettes by OVVLS themselves: each of the tapes has a unique 1/50th of the original Winter artwork design.
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Car Seat Headrest
Teens of Denial

Car Seat Headrest is the project of a man (Will Toledo) who is only 23; and yet this is his thirteenth album under the name. With a production ethic like that you know Toledo isn’t messing around, and indeed Teens Of Denial goes straight for the jugular with slacker-punk swagger. And, as the first Car Seat Headrest album to be recorded in proper studio, it sounds great. On Matador.

Various
Continental Drift

This release is totally a team effort, with the Fortuna POP! and Slumberland pairing up to release a four-way split between Mercury Girls, Wildhoney, The Spook School and Tigercats. So that’s four different spins on the lively indie-pop sound, dosed with more or less punk, politics and shoegaze depending on the band. Fun, inexpensive variety on CD or blue / white vinyl!

Casi
Lion / Golden Age Thinking

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Holy Balm
Activity

Holy Balm are Australian beat makers who have actually played Sydney Opera House. How do you even find the door? Anyway they produce a kind of bright, bouncy electronica that is aimed at dancefloors rather than home listening. They aim to use tricks such as closeness and atmospheric changes in order to get people up and dancing. 

Paul Haig
Metamorphosis

Paul Haig was of course a member of that sharp-edged indie band Josef K; later on he became a proper pop star. This compilation, aptly titled Metamorphosis, documents the period of change, with singles, EPs, 12”s and live material, as well as collaborative music made under the Rhythm of Life name. Some embryonic pop as well as some odder experiments. Double disc release on Les Disques du Crepuscule.

Martha
Martha EP

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