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Roman à Clef: Abandonware

Roman à Clef quietly charms and shatters with this evocative debut album.

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Rabid Young - "Not Enough" (audio) (premiere)

Las Vegas synthpop quintet releases debut song full of shimmering synths and mid-tempo beats.

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George Morris: We Will Go to Hell for This

Detroit troubadour merges the shimmering decadent of '70s glam rock, the subtleties of indie rock, and the danceable innovation of synth pop on sophomore solo LP.

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Architecture in Helsinki: Now + 4Eva

Lacking their usual frenetic pace and diverse instrumentation, Architecture in Helsinki put out something surprisingly boring

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Katie Herzig: Walk Through Walls

Herzig's two-sided emotional and musical walls create an unceasing friction that is, at once, confrontational and cathartic.

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Ghost Beach: Blonde

Whether it's the jaunty beats, syncopated guitar rhythms, or dramatic drops, Blonde feels like the soundtrack to a neon-swathed beach house party, a joy ride on a cool summer night, or a nostalgia-fueled recreation of the original passion pits.

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Memory Tapes: Grace/Confusion

Tons of catchy hooks and vibrant synths make the new Memory Tapes disc something to be savored.

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Lemonade: Diver

Music that could be classified as "rave music" will never achieve enough transcendence to hold its own when isolated from the dancefloor. Lemonade seem to realize this and attempt to remedy it.

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Guitar: It's Sweet to Do Nothing!

Guitar's newest album, on Clairecords of course, is completely shoegaze-less, but its songs are full and rich, exploring several distinct moods.

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Vanity Theft: The Anatomy EP

Four young women breathe new life into a tired-as-Hell genre, with fabulous results.

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Ellen Allien: Dust

The techno-queen of Berlin returns with a record that showcases her penchant for pop.

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