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  Acid, The
Liminal
(Mute)

 
  “Prepare to fall into a dark, electronic summer haze: the debut album from transatlantic three-piece The Acid is here, and it's every bit the broody, boundary-crushing gem their early tracks suggested it would be. Colliding lo-fi indie with booming post-Burial bass music influences, the trio - cult Aussie songwriter Ry X, Brighton-based Grammy nominee Adam Freeland and L.A.-born Drake collaborator Steve Nalepa - first grabbed our attention last year with 'The Creeper,' a three minute slow-burn of scuttling Portishead-style beats and breathy Thom Yorke vocals.” – NME  
  Antlers
Familiars
(Anti)

 
  Familiars, the highly anticipated new album from The Antlers is their fourth studio album and follows 2011’s critically lauded Burst Apart. Familiars was recorded, engineered and produced by the band in their Brooklyn studio and mixed by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio, Beach House) at DNA Downtown Studios.  
  Barfod, Thomas
Love Me
(Secretly Canadian)

 
  Love Me is an album that takes Tomas Barfod’s spirit of adventurousness and raises the stakes. Utilizing a supporting cast that includes a string and brass section, and musicians like Here We Go Magic's Luke Temple and long-term collaborator Nina K. on vocal duties, it's a multi-layered album that effortlessly pushes and pulls dance and electronic music into a myriad different shapes.  
  Beverly
Careers
(Kanine)

 
  Frankie Rose is well known for playing, writing, and singing in many bands. You might know some as The Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, The Dum Dum Girls, and even her own Frankie Rose band. But being such a prolific artist that she is, she has too much to not do. So for this new band, she enlisted her best friend, Drew and conquered up the spirit of Thelma And Louise to make some raw and raucous girl garage do-op that you can actually sing and dance to.  
  Big Freedia
Just Be Free
(Queen Diva)

 
  As the first openly gay rapper to gain mainstream success, Big Freedia is the undisputed Queen of Bounce.  
  Blackshaw, James
Fantomas: Le Faux Magistrat
(Tompkins Square)

 
  In celebration of the centenary of Louis Feuillade’s Fantômas silent film series, James Blackshaw was invited by Yann Tiersen to perform a live score to the fifth and final film, Le Faux Magistrat, at the beautiful and prestigious surroundings of the Théâtre de Châtelet, Paris on October 31st 2013. Fantômas – a master of disguise and symbol of terror – is one of the most popular characters in French crime fiction, as well as a favorite with the avant-garde, particularly the surrealists.  
  Bleachers
Strange Desire
(RCA)

 
  Strange Desire is the debut album from this new project from fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff. "I was very conscious about making an album that didn't sound like eleven singles," Antonoff told Billboard in March, after Bleachers had played its first few live shows. The album was written and produced by Antonoff, with co-producer John Hill and Vince Clarke helping with the project. "I Wanna Get Better," the lead single from the album, was released in February and has received a music video directed by Antonoff's girlfriend, Lena Dunham.  
  Boris
Noise
(Sargent House)

 
  Boris has always demolished expectations of what a band can do musically and aesthetically. In keeping with that tradition, they again flip the script for the band’s first official release in three years buy serving up their most all-encompassing effort to date. Noise is an amplification of Boris’ endless pursuit of musical extremes while moving aggressive, intense rock into new territories.  
  Braid
No Coast
(Top Shelf)

 
  Braid’s first full-length in 16 years is an immediate, energetic album that completely eschews the traditional “reunion record” expectation of older people making slower, softer music. A large part of that can be attributed to the group’s rhythm section, Todd Bell (bass) and Damon Atkinson (drums), who have played in lockstep with one another for more than 15 years and whose musical chemistry is undeniable.  
  Cabaret Voltaire
#7885 Electropunk To Technopop
(Mute)

 
  #7885 compiles for the first time both periods of Cabaret Voltaire together on one release - all remastered from the original tapes. This is easily their most thorough catalog-skimming compilation yet and serves as a perfect introduction for new fans.  
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