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  • Ride, InterplayInterplay
    Ride, 2024
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Shoegaze
  • Lo Moon, I Wish You Way More Than LuckI Wish You Way More Than Luck
    Lo Moon, 2024
    • Dream Pop
    • Ambient Pop
    • Art Rock
  • Coldplay, Mylo XylotoMylo Xyloto
    On their fifth album, Mylo Xyloto, Coldplay keep seeking the new horizons of their style and offer a wide range of music entertainments
    Coldplay, 2011
    • Dream Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Peter Gabriel, i/oi/o
    • Ambient Pop
    • Art Rock
    • Indie Pop
  • The Smile, Wall Of EyesWall Of Eyes
    The Smile, 2024
    • Ambient Pop
    • Math Rock
    • Art Rock
    • Krautrock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
  • Einsturzende Neubauten, RampenRampen
    • Ambient Pop
    • Industrial Rock
    • Experimental Rock
  • Still Corners, Dream TalkDream Talk
    • Dream Pop
    • Ethereal Wave
    • Indie Pop
  • MGMT, Loss Of LifeLoss Of Life
    MGMT, 2024
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
  • Coldplay, Ghost Stories (Deluxe Edition)Ghost Stories (Deluxe Edition)
    Coldplay, 2014
    • Dream Pop
    • Ambient Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Pop Rock
  • Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    • Ambient Pop
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Pop Soul
    • Indie Pop
  • Goth Babe, LolaLola
    Goth Babe, 2024
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Chillwave
  • Radiohead, In RainbowsIn Rainbows
    Radiohead are famous for their divers approach in record making. Every album they release sounds different and often better than their previous records. In Rainbows is not an exception. Today Radiohead sound more straightforward and accessible
    Radiohead, 2007
    • Dream Pop
    • Art Rock
  • Mount Kimbie, The Sunset ViolentThe Sunset Violent
    • Dream Pop
    • Post-Punk
    • Krautrock
  • Elbow, The Seldom Seen KidThe Seldom Seen Kid
    On the one hand record The Seldom Seen Kid is somewhat heavier and darker than its predecessors. On the other hand, it is still Elbow renowned for their amazing instrumentation and Guy Garvey's recognizable vocals
    Elbow, 2008
    • Britpop
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • The xx, CoexistCoexist
    There are no surprises on the second long player of the experimental band The xx, Coexist. The same soft sounding and standout vocal duet should please those who were delighted by the English group's debut
    The xx, 2012
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Electronic
    • Future Garage
  • Lana Del Rey, UltraviolenceUltraviolence
    • Dream Pop
    • Chamber Pop
  • Coldplay, Music Of The SpheresMusic Of The Spheres
    Coldplay, 2021
    • Britpop
    • Ambient Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Piano Rock
  • Chastity Belt, Live Laugh LoveLive Laugh Love
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Shoegaze
  • M83, Hurry Up, We're DreamingHurry Up, We're Dreaming
    The French musicians M83 enlarged their discography with a new studio attempt. Double album Hurry Up, We're Dreaming attracted attention in no time, and there are some solid reasons for that
    M83, 2011
    • Dream Pop
    • Ambient Pop
    • Shoegaze
    • Synth Pop
    • Electronic
  • Slowdive, Everything Is AliveEverything Is Alive
    Slowdive, 2023
    • Dream Pop
    • Shoegaze
  • The Weeknd, After HoursAfter Hours
    • Ambient Pop
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Synth Pop
    • Future Garage
  • Coldplay, Everyday LifeEveryday Life
    Coldplay, 2019
    • Ambient Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Piano Rock
  • Billie Eilish, Happier Than EverHappier Than Ever
    • Ambient Pop
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Pop Soul
    • Electropop
    • Indie Pop
  • Tame Impala, CurrentsCurrents
    • Dream Pop
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Psychedelic Pop
  • The Smashing Pumpkins, Greatest Hits: Rotten ApplesGreatest Hits: Rotten Apples
    • Dream Pop
    • Grunge
    • Post-Grunge
    • Industrial Rock
    • Rock
    • Symphonic Rock
    • Hard Rock
    • Psychedelic Rock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Pop/Rock
  • The xx, I See YouI See You
    The xx, 2017
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • The KVB, TremorsTremors
    The KVB, 2024
    • Dream Pop
    • Post-Punk
    • Coldwave
  • Palace, ShoalsShoals
    Palace, 2022
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
  • Tame Impala, LonerismLonerism
    It took two years for the Australian group Tame Impala to gather forces and show the world their new creation of psychedelic rock category that at this time was named Lonerism
    • Dream Pop
    • Neo-Psychedelia
  • Goldfrapp, Seventh TreeSeventh Tree
    Goldfrapp's creative search has resulted into ten brand new tracks that comprise Seventh Tree. In a certain sense it is a comeback to the beginning of the work and the interlacement of new elements of electronic, psychedelic, folk and even rock
    Goldfrapp, 2008
    • Dream Pop
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Baroque Pop
    • Folk Pop
  • The War On Drugs, A Deeper UnderstandingA Deeper Understanding
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Rock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
  • James Blake, James BlakeJames Blake
    The album James Blake, James Blake's debut, really exceeds all your expectations. His music is eccentric but not obtrusive, calm and dynamic, carefully thought through but looks like improvisation
    • Ambient Pop
    • Blue Eyed Soul
    • Future Garage
    • Dubstep
  • Broken Bells, After The DiscoAfter The Disco
    • Dream Pop
    • Psychedelic Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
  • The Smashing Pumpkins, Mellon Collie and the Infinite SadnessMellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
    • Dream Pop
    • Grunge
    • Post-Grunge
    • Industrial Rock
    • Rock
    • Hard Rock
    • Psychedelic Rock
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Pop/Rock
    • Electronic
  • Lana Del Rey, Lust For LifeLust For Life
    • Dream Pop
    • Indie Pop
    • Chamber Pop
    • Trip Hop
  • The Cranberries, No Need to ArgueNo Need to Argue
    • Dream Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • James Blake, OvergrownOvergrown
    • Ambient Pop
    • IDM
    • Future Garage
  • Goldfrapp, SupernatureSupernature
    Supernature is a classy excursion into Goldfrappian gothic dance-pop. A curious record with the hooks to make the leap to the mainstream, but with enough residual oddness to maintain Goldfrapp's air of mystery a while longer
    Goldfrapp, 2005
    • Dream Pop
    • Electropop
    • Synth Pop
  • Doves, Kingdom of RustKingdom of Rust
    Doves' fourth creation Kingdom Of Rust promising to become the most successful in the trio's entire discography is a pretender to be called the year's best rock work is ready to please us with the contrasts of merry and sad within each of these excel
    Doves, 2009
    • Britpop
    • Dream Pop
  • Bat for Lashes, Two SunsTwo Suns
    Bat For Lashes' new album Two Suns is made on a much higher level than the debut work in the respect of arrangement and production provided by David Kosten and the texts once again amaze with the variety of images
    • Dream Pop
    • Chamber Pop
    • Synth Pop