Five More

  1. Tindersticks: Can Our Love...

For the Tindersicks' 2001 release, they have lightened up and taken classic 60's soul as their template. This album sounds out of time, yet works perfectly and will grab the listener with the same strength as The Strokes or White Stripes after a few repeated listens. (Beggars Banquet)

  1. Papa M: Whatever, Mortal

David Pajo (aka Papa M) put together a shockingly good collection of Cohenesque indie-folk songs. (Drag City)

  1. The Microphones: The Glow Pt. 2

Lo-Fi, non-traditional, indie pop gems strung together that sound completely fresh and new, in a genre where that seems almost impossible. Brilliant and like nothing else. (K)

  1. Four Tet: Pause

Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet has composed a collection of the most organic sounding electronic songs I have heard in a long time. Plus, these songs are nicely varied and anything but boring. (Domino US)

  1. Hood: Cold House

Moody and gloomy indie rock that pushes the boundaries by adding hip hop and electronics into the mix and ends up sounding perfectly natural. (Aesthetics)


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