A preview from their forthcoming third album 'Skyring'. Early doubters were silenced by their acclaimed second album and this track continues its experimental 1980s feel.
Hiatus over, Kaiser Chiefs return with a brooding number. Their deft touch with a pop hook remains, but a new, Nick Cave-esque intensity stalks the track.
Flaws (Starshapes Remix)
Look past the Jack Penate-esque indie soul vocals and this is an understated gem.
Minimalist instrumental electro that burns slowly but refuses to outstay its welcome.
Leopard of Honour
The production is deliberately dated, but beneath the funky beats lies a polished slice of post-chillwave magic.
Beaty Heart take Vampire Weekend's Afrobeat melodies and add multiple keyboard layers to create a trippy, almost psychedelic feel.
Guillotine (It Goes Yah)
Intense, brutal and disorientating – this is boundary-breaking hip-hop. Intense.
All the Right Things
Like Hot Chip, Son Lux are rooted in dance music but as likely to embrace blasting horns as a vintage synth.
Folly & the Hunter
Lo-fi folk that's bound to delight fans of Mumford & Sons and Fleet Foxes.Reuse content