1. The Horrors – ‘So Now You Know’
The fourth album from The Horrors veers into baggy / shoegaze territory that doesn’t diminish their ability to create large-scale euphoric soundscapes.
A piano-soul shaker from the 19 year-old’s Las Vegas’ singer’s debut EP on Godmode label.
3. Trim – ‘Vending Machine’
A great Toddla-T production on Trim’s new single. It’s on iTunes.
Authoritative poetic leftfield sonic rap from the new album Lese Majesty due in late-July on Sub Pop.
A soulful production out of Melbourne follows Jessie Ware’s lead.
Nine minutes of synth disco/house bliss from a Norway producer.
A swooning R&B electronic pop duet from a Brighton duo.
An epic crescendo formed from subtle bass movements, finger-clicking percussion from the Brighton band.
Top-grade wonky electronic weirdness from the Night Slugs’ man forthcoming Your Charazmatic Self EP.
An orchestral xylophone and electronic-assisted song from the Brooklyn/Toronto composer from her new Arbutus Records EP.