"Something For Us All" leaves an impression by turning the agonies of romantic disjuncture into a piece of bouncy, Warholian performance art.
Not only is "Ignore the Man to Your Right" a killer song, it's also hip-hop that no other artists are doing right now.
Here's hoping Homeboy Sandman makes art as amazing as "Life Support" for years to come.
Alex G has to be a fan of Elliot Smith if he's making this kind of music.
In the last seven years, Switzerland's 77 Bombay Street has honed their pop perfect sound by playing more than 300 concerts.
"Biutiful" is another avant-electro soundscape from Ash Koosha, and it beautifully bridges the divide between the discordant and the melodic.
Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop continue their joint sugar-folk passion project with another melodically-unassailable, songwriter-falls-for-songwriter pastoral daydream.
Switzerland's ELVETT intriguingly blend acoustic instruments and mellow electronics via analogue synthesizers to create a mesmerizing soulful pop sound.
Alessia Cara definitely has some songwriting chops, but she also tends to toss in unnecessary cliches and tropes whenever she can.
Carly Van Skaik unveils Mazzy Star-evoking tune ahead of debut EP's release.