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  1. Say Yes
    by Afternoons
    Bored Teenagers Bored Teenagers
    A pop bombast that changes gears and sounds with each song, never letting go of the concept that each melodic hook can be a little marvel of its own.
  2. The Black Box
    by aivi & surasshu
    Shapeshifter Shapeshifter
    Chiptune, glacial electronica and gently gliding piano - effectively the same sound that the duo have used for the Steven Universe score, but in a fully fleshed out album form.
  3. Infoxication
    by Baxxter & Burr
    Infoxicated Infoxicated
    Glitter-coated cheese.
  4. Twin Fantasy
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Nervous Young Inhumans Nervous Young Inhumans
    I can only daydream of a fully studio produced version of this, but even in its lo-fi state it's pretty clear why this has become an iconic CSR album.
  5. Monomania
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Times To Die Times To Die
    A set of great songs crying out for some actual production (but still manages to be a delight).
  6. How To Leave Town
    by Car Seat Headrest
    Kimochi Warui (When? When? When? When? When? When? When?) Kimochi Warui (When? When? When? When? When? When? When?)
    The most intricately arranged and stylistically varied of the lo-fi days. Prog-indie, synth pop, R.E.M. tributes, garage rockers and introspective anthems. The best of the early ones.
  7. Real Love Baby
    Feel-good folk pop singalong.
  8. Ostalgia - Volume 1
    by Faunts
    Thirty-Three Thirty-Three
    Return to the debut album's sound, right down to the song title (surely an intentional reference to "Twenty-Three"?). Pleasant and flows well between the different sections, though it doesn't quite hit the mark fully and lacks the oomph of the previous Faunts extended epics.
  9. House Stories
    by The Foresters
    Mildred Wright III Mildred Wright III
  10. 1979
    by Freedom Fry
    1979 1979
    I get it, we're all bored of gentle acoustic takes on famous rock songs but once in a while a cover pops up that justifies going that well worn path. This superb cover is one of them.
  11. Aerial Station Wagon
    by The Go! Team
    I really just wanted to complete my Go! Team rarities collection but if I need a perky intermission theme then I guess I have one now.
  12. Sanctum FPS-TD : OST
    by GSTFS
    The Wanderers The Wanderers
    Not just a great soundtrack that fits the game's clean sci-fi aesthetic perfectly, but a generally excellent collection of ambient and atmospheric electronica that stands on its own outside the game's context, and something I'd happily recommend to people who've never touched the game.
  13. Hey Hey 16k 10th Anniversary
    by MJ Hibbett & The Validators
    Hey Hey 16K (original single version) Hey Hey 16K (original single version)
    I remember when this little piece of internet history arrived in 2004. Downloaded the low quality mp3 that was on offer, and it's since managed to find its way to every single music library and portable player I've ever had across the years. Undeniably fun and ingeniusly catchy. The 'main' version packs more of an oomph but the old, scruffy version will always be my fave. Oh and the b-sides are good too!
  14. Weird Little Birthday
    by Happyness
    Montreal Rock Band Somewhere Montreal Rock Band Somewhere
    Sparklehorse and Wilco had an offspring sometime in the late 90s and somehow it's ended up as the debut album of a 2010's London band.
  15. Write In
    by Happyness
    Falling Down Falling Down
    The debut's American alt-rockisms have been replaced by a more subdued tone and a more British sense of melody. They make it work & Happyness continue to be one of the UK's more exciting new bands. The bit-by-bit building "Falling Down" is a hypnotising highlight.
  16. Night in the Woods: Preview
    by Alec Holowka
    Longest Night Longest Night
    Worth it for "Longest Night" alone, which can't be found on the main soundtrack albums (in its original form, anyway). Five and a half minutes of wistful stargazing as the world stands still.
  17. Night in the Woods Vol. 1: At The End Of Everything
    by Alec Holowka
    Die Anywhere Else Die Anywhere Else
    Gorgeous mood pieces, distilled small town ambience, beautiful melodies, perky bouncers and a couple of kick-ass garage band rock anthems. Amazing score.
  18. Night in the Woods Vol. 2: Hold On To Anything
    by Alec Holowka
    Angus' Story Angus' Story
    Not quite as great as Vol. 1 but this is still one of the most inspired game soundtracks of the recent years. "Angus' Story" tugs the heartstrings.
  19. A Good Night For A Fistfight (Live At Islington Assembly Hall)
    by Los Campesinos!
    You! Me! Dancing! (Live At Islington Assembly Hall) You! Me! Dancing! (Live At Islington Assembly Hall)
    Great songs, great energy, great awkward banter.
  20. Transition
    by Look Left
    High School High School
    Whimsical indie pop, emotive (and evocative) singer/songwriter artistry and some impressive a cappella chops combine into a genre-flirting barrel of inspired fun.
    リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー リサフランク420 / 現代のコンピュー
    The one vaporwave album truly worth the buzz. Miniature internet classic.
  22. Nightshade
    by Mark McGuire
    Nightshade Nightshade
    Spacey ambient waves, electronic fuzz and guitar textures. Perfect for zoning out, especially late at night.
  23. Weightless
    by Pogo
    Watching You Watching You
    Soothing, airy, positive and brimming with good energy. It's not so much an *album*-album as it is a collection of songs, but it's a lovely little sonic cloud to rest your head on.
  24. The Collection
    by Sally Shapiro
    Love In July Love In July
    Italo disco, 90s nostalgia and soft vocals. Sweet pop melodies for summer days.
  25. Love, Synths, Death EP
    by Skooshed
    You'll hear me in the radio waves tonight You'll hear me in the radio waves tonight
  26. Friends
    by Squirrelhouse
    Apocalypso Apocalypso
    Enchanting guitars, intricate basslines, gorgeous horn sections and songs that sound like they're able to flow wherever they want, rather than come off as rigidly structured. Genuinely inspired and excellent. As the description for the album says, this is probably the only thing we'll hear from this project for now which is tragic - this is an amazing hidden treasure.
  27. Chicago (Demo)
    by Sufjan Stevens
    It's not like the world was in dire need of even more versions of "Chicago" but I'm happy to have more because they're all amazing.
  28. Exploding Whale
    by Sufjan Stevens
    Exploding Whale Exploding Whale
    The bridge between electro-Suf and Carrie & Lowell. Worth it just to hear Sufjan gently sing "epic fail".
  29. Blue Bucket of Gold (Remix)
    by Sufjan Stevens
    The hymnal closer of Carrie & Lowell gets an electro remake that somehow makes it even more heartbreaking than the original.
  30. Carrie & Lowell Live
    by Sufjan Stevens
    All of Me Wants All Of You - Live All of Me Wants All Of You - Live
    The gentle original album gets a fully fleshed out re-envisioning that is actually better than the original. Absolutely incredible, emotionally and musically.
  31. Die Anywhere Else (Cover)
    by toastwaffle
    Synthed-up, bass-tastic sunset drive reimagination of the Night in the Woods classic.