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Spider Bags :: Someday Everything Will Be Fine

Fast-forward punk, with the sort of edge that comes from the current DIY movement, and an unknown spice that makes the songs stand out from your standard barrage of fuzzed out chords and beats.

The Rubens :: Lo La Ru

Fantastic Aussie rock-pop with a lot of variety, each song having its own strange melodic structure and personality.

Shy Boys :: Bell House

Very understated, yet completely engaging. Shy Boys live up to their name with this collection of softly-strummed, gently-tapped, whisper-harmonized indie basement gems.

Wild Pink :: Yolk In The Fur

Alternative rock with a tinge of Americana, the perfect thing to eat up miles and miles of road trip.

The Purrs :: Destroy The Sun

Driving indie guitar rock with extra-strength riffs and detailed dynamics, great harmonies, and memorable hooks.

Thin Lips :: Chosen Family

Rock anthems filled with quirky bits of beat and string, layered with some honey-toned vocals and surging guitars.

Gang Gang Dance :: Kazuashita

An intense mix of international flavors and electronic treatments, this album is an exotic transcendental journey across imaginary foreign lands.

The Creation Factory :: The Creation Factory

A pitch perfect replica of what made the British Invasion so formidable. Face-melting fuzz, underwater cathedral organs, warbling vocal harmonies, and so much more.