These New Puritans, The Mirage.

From The Cut – the so-called ‘sister release’ to last year’s Inside the Rose – These New Puritans combine with a juvenile choir on the mesmeric The Mirage.

Caribou, Never Come Back.

Never Come Back, the latest to come from Caribou’s forthcoming Suddenly full-length, proves another sample-reliant track centring on ingenious simplicity.

Waxahatchee, Fire.

Controlled dexterity mirrors self-assured reflections on feeling “wiser, and slow, and attuned” as Katie Crutchfield – aka Waxahatchee – returns with Fire.

TOPS, I Feel Alive.

‘A band at the apex of their proverbial game’, Montréal lot TOPS return sounding revitalised on I Feel Alive.

Wye Oak, Fear of Heights.

‘One to wilfully lose yourself within’, Baltimore pair Wye Oak follow up their exemplary Fortune with the oneiric Fear of Heights.