Brand New Music
Bat For Lashes | Lost Girls
Going well beyond nostalgia to make an complete modern masterpiece, Bat for Lashes slots right into the resurgence of 80s culture, but also finds a lot of comfort in this reflection. Lost Girls is hardly uncharted territory, but it is emboldened by a truly sonic narrative and trademark gorgeous harmonies.
MUNA | Saves the World
A sad disco record is such a treat – and if the world has any justice left in it, Saves the World will be the catalyst that finally gives this group the recognition it deserves. Breaking dark-pop boundaries with class, this album is bold, lyrical, colourful, and lively, and amid all the darkness and self-reflection, Muna glitters under the disco ball while weeping softly.
Frankie Cosmos | Close It Quietly
The fourth studio album from Greta Kline (aka Frankie Cosmos) shows a massive amount of emotional and musical growth. Featuring familiar highs and lows combined with effortless introspection and sentiment, Close It Quietly is a meticulously composed yet briskly paced affair that keeps listeners on their toes.
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