Indie Pop / Experimental Pop / Electro-Pop

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Simon Love
The New Adam And Eve

Here we have the lead single from Simon Love’s new album It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time. The song, titled The New Adam And Eve, is a tale of a jealous lover longing to attack and brutalise anyone he perceives as competition, told over a jaunty indie-chamber-pop tune. An Oasis cover on the B-side.

Swim Deep
To my Brother

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Fever The Ghost
Zirconium Meconium

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Here We Go Magic
Be Small

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Des Ark
Everything Dies

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Naytronix
Mister Divine

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Akase
Murmur

Akase is the joint work of Harry Agius (who produces as Midland) and songwriter Robbie Redway. Together, they make electro-pop with full-blown club credentials: Murmer clicks boldly into action at the start before Redway’s soulful vocals move in. The track is supported by two remixes from Ewan Pearson. 12” on !K7.
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Little Boots
Working Girl

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Nicolas Godin
Widerstehe Doch Der Sünde

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The Big Moon
The Road

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Kindness
World You Need A Change Of Mind

The press release describes this re-issue as long awaited but also notes that the original album was released in 2012. That's just three years ago - not that long. Anyway it showcases ol' longhair before he disappeared completely up his own arse. He's at his best here with his brand of smooth updates on all those '70's and '80's soul smoochers you love so much. Slinky.     

The Wake
Make It Loud

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Supergrass
I Should Coco

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salute
Gold Rush EP

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Young Galaxy
Falsework

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Die Katapult
Kristall Reinheit

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Samaris
Silkidrangar Sessions

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Julia Holter
Have You In My Wilderness

‘Have You In My Wilderness’ is a collection of dreamy, atmospheric, intimate ballads textured with the imagery inspired by various literary references, exploring familiar themes such as love and human relationships in a way that is enigmatic and slightly unnerving. The record seems to be drawn from a more personal source than her first two releases.

Hatcham Social
The Birthday of the World

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The Declining Winter
Official World Cup Theme 2010


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Starsailor
Love Is Here

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Hurts
Surrender

Surrender is the third album from British electronic duo, Hurts. It follows on from their commercially successful albums Happiness and Exile which made the top ten in the UK and several other european countries. It contains the singles Some Kind Of Heaven and Lights and was produced by long-time collaborator Jonas Quant along with Ariel Rechtschaid and Stuart Price.
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Half Moon Run
Sun Leads Me On

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Sun Club
The Dongo Durango

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Euros Childs
Sweetheart

The eleventh studio album from Welsh musical legend Euros Childs, Sweetheart was all recorded live at Childs’ parents’ house in Pembrokeshire, with all the musicians cramming into the living room and throughout the house. It’s more wonderful, childlike melodies from Childs with a happy swing to the tunes and Childs’ enthralling vocals making for a warm collection of tunes.

Night Flowers
Sleep

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Vangoffey
Take Your Jacket Off & Get Into It

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Editors
In Dream

This is The Editors fifth studio album, ‘In Dream’ and their second release featuring the ‘new’ line up of the band with founding members Tom Smith, Russell Leetch and Ed Lay being joined by Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams. Following two years of intensive world tours, the five piece has taken a step away from the straighter, rock aesthetic of albums like ‘The Weight Of Your Love’ and has moved towards a more electro pop inspired sound, reminiscent of their third album ‘In This Light And On This Evening’. Slowdive's Rachel Goswell guests. 

Gramma’s Boyfriend
Perm

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Attic Lights
Attic Lights Reworked By Las Casa Azul

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Iko Cheri
Dreaming On

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Mercury Rev
The Light In You

Oooh look, a new Mercury Rev album looms on the horizon! The Light In You is the first we've heard from the group since Snowflake Midnight a full seven (!) years ago. 2015-era Rev material is sweeping and symphonic again, Jonathan Donahue's nigh-on Disney vocals swooping above a mixture of elaborate instruments. Out on Bella Union.

Laetitia Sadier
Dry Fruit

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Swim Deep
Mothers

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The Vaccines
Dream Lover

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Thee Cee Cees
Solution Songs

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The Vaccines
20/20

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Mammoth Penguins
Propped Up / Thinking Of You

The first single from debut album Hide And Seek, Propped Up sees Cambridge indie-pop three-piece Mammoth Penguins embrace the punk style of The Slits with the pop songwriting sensibilities of Superchunk. Big choruses for small, sweaty stages. Altogether now! Out on limited blue vinyl 7" on Fortuna POP!

Dralms
Shook

Vancouver-based artist Christopher Smith takes his laidback five-piece Dralms into rich emotional realms with Shook. Like a less sexy Air or a more sexy Antlers, Dralms are a dreamy, meandering prospect shown in their best light by superbly lush production. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Full Time Hobby.

Piney Gir
mR hYDE'S wILD rIDE

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Peter Lyons
Oh, To Pull You Up

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Rat Columns
Do You Remember Real Pain

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Chad Valley
Entirely New Blue

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Vangoffey
Race of Life

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The Bluetones
Slight Return / No. 11 (Bluetonic)

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Swim Deep
Namaste

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Major Lazer
Lean On

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Billy MacKenzie & Steve Aungle
Return To Love

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Keep Shelly In Athens
Now I’m Ready

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New Order
Music Complete

And just like that, a brand new New Order album! Music Complete is their first since 2013, and is notable for a complete lack of Peter Hook, who grumped his way out of the band a while back. A fresh, Mute-worthy sound, wrapped up in a typical Peter Saville sleeve! Available on double LP (only black vinyl now) and CD!
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U.S. Girls
Half Free

We don’t know many people who spend their free time listening to U.S. Girls, like, talk, or whatever. Unless they’re actually Toronto-based Meghan Remy on her new album Half Free. Working with members of DFA and Fucked Up, she’s put together a frightening piece of crystal clear electronic art-pop. 
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Amateur Best
Marzipan EP

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Sean Nicholas Savage
Other Death

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Roseau
Salt

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Telekinesis
Ad Infinitum

An assured fourth album from Seattle-based Telekinesis, Ad Infinitum is gloriously bathed in analogue electronics and features Michael Lerner's trademark knack for infectious power pop melodies of the highest order. Out on Digipak CD and vinyl LP from Merge. LP includes 3 bonus tracks and free download code.

Sylvain Chauveau & Ensemble Nocturne
Down to the Bone (An Acoustic Tribute to Depeche Mode 2015)

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Salad Boys
Metalmania

DIY indie pop in that rich New Zealand tradition, that’s what we have here with Salad Boys. The album title, Metalmania, is a bit of a misnomer really. This debut full-length is a fleet-footed thing, bouncing poppy melodies along over a guitar / rhythm section churn. Satisfying stuff. Released by Trouble In Mind.

Hooton Tennis Club
Kathleen Sat On The Arm Of Her Favourite Chair

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Chvrches
Every Open Eye

Chvrches return with Every Open Eye, their second album. This is an impressively full-blown synth-pop record, almost recalling a Taylor Swift or a Robyn. Pretty notable levels of craft for a band only two records in. The last album sold plenty, and this one sounds like it could sell yet more… On Virgin / EMI.

David Bowie
Five Years 1969 – 1973

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Where The City Meets The Sky: Chasing Yesterday: The Remixes

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Small Black
Best Blues

Small Back (the name presumably referencing Steve Albini’s Big Black?) release their third album, a well-polished slab of busily-textured electronic indie. Airy vocals waft through walls of synths and beats, and the general tone of Best Blues’ sound borders on ecstatic. On Jagjaguwar; coloured vinyl version exclusive to independent record stores.

Olga Bell
Incitation

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Claptone
Charmer

Debut full-length album from Claptone, an up-and-coming house-pop producer. The tracks on Charmer can and do go down very well on dancefloors, but there are touches of other styles too: the record does feature guest appearances from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Peter, Bjorn & John after all. CD or gold vinyl 2LP.

Real Lies
Real Life

Real Lies release Real Life, their debut full-length. Perhaps some meaning suggested by that parallel eh? Well the band do say that they set out to capture the paradoxical experience of young people today: and what better medium for that than electronic pop, which can be ecstatic and melancholy all at once? On Marathon Artists.

The School
Wasting Away and Wondering

The School do a pretty good job of fooling listeners with their 1960’s style pop music: the sleeve art in particular is designed and filtered just right. But Wasting Away And Wondering is a brand new, freshly recorded album. A bright, bouncy sunshine record for a past remembered without being experienced. On Elefant.

Baio
The Names

It’s the season of solo projects here at Norman Records. Known as the bass-player for upbeat rockers Vampire Weekend, Baio has released a few catchy EPs. Now he’s treating us to a proper full-length album, which navigates the outskirts of poppy electronics. The Names combines those explorations to create a satisfying and accessible listening experience.
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Paper
Come On / We Hold You Responsible

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Giorgio Tuma with Malik Moore
My Lively Youth

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Air Waves
Parting Glances

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Ben Folds
So There

Combining his love of stringed instruments and chamber music with his firmly rooted pop sensibilities, Ben Folds is back with ‘So There’. Consisting of eight tracks of chamber pop songs performed by Ben Folds and the yMusic Ensemble, the album also includes a 21 minute piano concerto with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.

Jane Weaver, Andy Votel, Suzanne Ciani, Sean Canty
Neotantrik Globes

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Akasha
Hail The Sun - Remix EP

English electronic duo Akasha have collaborated with four different artists to remix tracks from their 2015 album Hail The Sun on Hail The Sun EP. It features two versions of the title track - one by Captain Supernova which conjures up hazy late summer synth vibes and one by Boy Scout. The Listening Centre use vintage analogue gear to create a version of Clearlight which recalls Kraftwerk and there’s a version of Electron by Sawbones.

Charlene Soraia
Love Is The Law

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Mild High Club
Timeline

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Nicolas Godin
Contrepoint

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Yumi Zouma
The Definitive Collection

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Sunset Sons
She Wants

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Gaz Coombes
Matador (Da Capo)

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Fenster
Emocean

Fenster’s new record is the soundtrack to Fenster’s new film, Emocean. The band put the indie sci-fi picture together themselves, and from the sound of this musical accompaniment, it is probably quite a stylised, psychedelic production. Fenster’s third record of groovy indie is released by Morr Music.

Gold Celeste
The Glow

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Various
French Synth Lovers #2

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Micachu & The Shapes
Good Sad Happy Bad

After multiple outings composing soundtracks and contemporary classical pieces, Micachu is back with her band The Shapes for Good Sad Happy Bad. A hefty jam between the three showed them the way, and the record consequently has a beautifully fresh and free sound. Quality energy music, release on Rough Trade.

Empress Of
Me

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Superhumanoids
Do You Feel OK?

Superhumanoids have a track on new record Do You Feel OK? titled ‘Norwegian Black Metal’, but don’t be fooled: this group would not go down well on a black metal bill. No, this is really an electronic-dance-rock band, a bright and anthemic thing to make people move and smile. Released by Innovative Leisure.

Lotte Kestner
The Bluebird Of Happiness

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The Morning Benders
Big Echo

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I AM LONO
I AM LONO EP

With their new and eccentric post-punk, I AM LONO are one of 2015’s interesting new acts. Their first and self-titled EP raises interesting promises for the band’s future. Already gathering a following for their live shows, the band’s first 10” white vinyl is their first adventure into recorded media. Limited to 250 copies.
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Black Strobe
Monkey Glands

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Monika
Secret In The Dark

Monika, full name Monika Christodolou, grew up in Greece in a home where music was at the fore and with a family that regularly travelled. Her early years have seemingly shaped the travel hungry multi-instrumentalist. She had a hit in 2006 with Over The Hill which caused a bit of a stir in her homeland. She followed this with two successful albums and headline slots at Greek festivals. On a trip to New York in 2012 she plucked up the courage to pay a visit to Daptone Records and met Homer Steinweiss. After Steinweiss was impressed by her demos they began working together. The result is Secret In The Dark - a mix of ‘80s art pop and punchy ‘70s disco funk. Think Machine Gun by The Commodores with a Teutonic edge.

Disclosure
Caracal

Dance duo Disclosure aka Surrey siblings Howard and Guy Lawrence were hugely successful with their million-selling debut, Settle. Sam Smith made his name with a guest vocal on their hit Latch. Their new album, Caracal, therefore has been eagerly anticipated. Sam Smith guests again on the track Omen and there are other high-profile names along for the ride too with Gregory Porter, Lorde and Kwabs putting in appearances.

Amateur Best
The Gleaners

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Doe Paoro
After

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Crayon Fields
No One Deserves You

Crayon Fields are a Melbourne, Australia group whose bright indie-pop has found popularity around the world. No One Deserves You is their first record in six years: that time seems to have been used honing Geoffery’s thoughtful lyrics and the record’s extremely shiny production style. Released by the Chapter Music label.

Wet
Weak

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Stereophonics
Graffiti On The Train (one-sided etched disc)

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Various
Cold Waves of Color - US Edition

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Sarah Cracknell
Nothing Left To Talk About

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SEA + AIR
Evropi

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