Mark Ronson accomplice MNDR serves up a dish of hot and cold electro-pop with her debut album, Feed Me Diamonds.
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Indie supergroups, who has time for them? Well you should make time for Divine Fits featuring members of Spoon and Wolf Parade.
With her first album of new material in six years, the ever-captivating Cat Power rises anew with the varied delights of Sun.
Not so much a sophomore slump but a sophomore slide on album number two for one man dream-pop band, Wild Nothing.
2CD celebration of UK label Bella Union, featuring tracks by Beach House, Fleet Foxes, Veronica Falls and Midlake.
Hot from the anniversary trail for Sugar’s Copper Blue, ex-Husker Du/Sugar main-man Bob Mould returns with a grunge-tastic winner.
Is it a Moth or a butterfly in disguise? Long-awaited debut album from London dream-pop quintet Exlovers.
A decade on from their debut The Walkmen throw some much needed life into the game on their seventh album Heaven.
Portland dream-pop duo Beach House find themselves covering familiar ground on the less than impressive Bloom.