"Starstruck" - Sorry

A fine entry in the "disfunctional norff lahndan pop" genre.

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"Drops" - Champagne Dub

Eine kleine electrofunkgristle.

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"Bubo" - Bill Baird

Ooo. Looky. Nice Fluke-esque thing here.

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"No Future In Our Front Man" - Natalie Prass

Of the many versions of Matthew E. White's Trump-baiting "No Future In Our Frontman" this is my fave.

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"All Choked Up" - BRONCHO

The stoned cousin of "In Bloom".

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"Heat Ray" - Looptron

In which I blow my own digital simulation of a trumpet.

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"Unwind" - J Fernandez

Lo-fi, proggy, hippy, lush and discordant all at the same time.

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"Mother" - Haley Heynderickx & Max Garcia Conover

This is apparently farm music. Haunting, beautiful farm music.

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"Scattered Hearts in the Parks of Cities" - CLARA-NOVA

What an unbelievably sparse and splendid thing this is.

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"Into the Fire" - These New Puritans

Jack and George from Southend-on-Sea would like to get into the soundtrack business.

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"Altar (feat. Anna Burch)" - Fred Thomas

I'm still not 100% sure why Fred Thomas isn't a global megastar - very few people write better pop songs*. Maybe this time, eh Fred?

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"Takeda No Komoriuta" - Spirit Fest
Gentle Japanese occassional electric folk pop something something.   

"Stop Him" - Honey Hahs
This is genuinely wonderful. Even if it does make me feel. So. Very. Old.

"Horseback" - Majetic
Noisy, melodic bleep madness from New York.

"Bellyache" - Yak
This would not have been out of place at the Haçienda.

"Disarray" - Low
It's difficult to think of a better word than "throbbing".

"Celia" - Cults
Putting the sinister into synthpop New Wave covers.

"Heavy Blue" - Rainstorm Brother
Part bigverb piano, part electrofolk noise, all lovely.

"If I'm Gone Tomorrow (It's Because of Aliens)" - MUNYA
Psychedelia-laced pre break-up space optimism.

"San' Yago" - Cave
Tasty Chicago Jam.

"Stay Awake" - Johnny Hostile
Scratchy warble electro swells, done gud. 

"Taishi-Koto, Pt. 1" - L'Eclair
A not unpleasant amount of soundtrack-y organ.

"Steady State" - Rimarimba
Pulsing lo-fi guitar vs electronicalism and drones. From Felixstowe. Obviously.

"Deterritory" - Young Jesus
It's nice to know someone in LA still makes brainrock.

"In the Middle of the Night" - Still Corners
I mean, someone is probably going to have to write Pink Floyd a cheque at some point but that doesn't mean it's not glorious.

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