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  • Sleaford Mods, Spare RibsSpare Ribs
    • Post-Punk
    • Art Punk
    • Synth Punk
    • UK Hip Hop
  • Pom Poko, CheaterCheater
    Pom Poko, 2021
    • Indie Rock
    • Math Rock
    • Dance-Punk
  • Talk Show, These PeopleThese People
    Talk Show, 2020
    • Post-Punk
    • Punk Blues
  • Viagra Boys, Welfare JazzWelfare Jazz
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Art Punk
    • Synth Punk
  • Shame, Drunk Tank PinkDrunk Tank Pink
    Shame, 2021
    • Post-Punk
    • Art Punk
    • Post-Hardcore
  • The Ting Tings, We Started NothingWe Started Nothing
    Members of British duo The Ting Tings lay no claims to be music innovators. But nevertheless, their debut album We Started Nothing makes it clear that they prefer to walk their own way by crossing dance pop with indie rock
    • Dance-Punk
    • Dance-Pop
    • Indie Pop
  • Elvis Costello, Hey ClockfaceHey Clockface
    • Post-Punk
    • Folk Rock
    • Chamber Pop
    • Pop Rock
  • The Strokes, The New AbnormalThe New Abnormal
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • New Wave
  • Marilyn Manson, We Are ChaosWe Are Chaos
    • Indie Rock
    • Industrial Rock
    • Gothic Rock
    • Glam Rock
  • The xx, xxxx
    The English formation The XX has recently presented the debut record called XX, yet already now the musicians may expect an outburst of their popularity. How could one anticipate such a mature work from the fresher?
    The xx, 2009
    • Post-Punk
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Trummer, TrummerTrummer
    Trummer, 2014
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • Fontaines D.C., A Hero's DeathA Hero's Death
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Art Punk
  • The Temper Trap, ConditionsConditions
    The Australian indie-band The Temper Trap's debut album Conditions is a splendid collection of powerful rock compositions and softer ballads and not a single ounce of filler. No doubt it will prove to be among the year's best rock releases
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Indie Pop
  • The Cure, Greatest HitsGreatest Hits
    The Cure, 2001
    • Post-Punk
    • Gothic Rock
    • New Wave
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs, It's Blitz!It's Blitz!
    If a band is different from the others from the beginning the main thing for it is to preserve its individuality, which Yeah Yeah Yeahs have definitely done giving the world an excellent mixture of disco, pop rock and alt punk on It's Blitz!
    • Indie Rock
    • Dance-Punk
    • Electropop
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
  • Arctic Monkeys, Royal Albert HallRoyal Albert Hall
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Post-Punk
  • The National, High VioletHigh Violet
    The National have prolonged their streak of strong records with the High Violet CD. Abstaining from drastic changes, the musicians managed to produce the most profound and impressive album in their history that has a long way to go
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Chamber Pop
  • The National, I Am Easy To FindI Am Easy To Find
    • Dream Pop
    • Post-Punk
    • Chamber Pop
  • Foals, Holy FireHoly Fire
    Foals solidify themselves as an inimitable ensemble as they offer their new album Holy Fire with a kind of music that leaves nobody unsatisfied
    Foals, 2013
    • Math Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • R.E.M., 20 Years of R.E.M.20 Years of R.E.M.
    R.E.M., 2005
    • Post-Punk
    • Folk Rock
    • Pop
    • Jangle Pop
    • Power Pop
    • Pop/Rock
  • Editors, An End Has a StartAn End Has a Start
    Editors look pretty unusual amidst other indie rockers. Their style can be rather characterized as a sorrowful post punk. In a word, these folks prefer to walk their own way. And their second album An End Has A Start successfully proves this
    Editors, 2007
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • Gossip, Music for MenMusic for Men
    Musically Gossip's fourth album Music For Men proves to be a real leap forward: produced by the talented Rick Rubin it amazes with the power of punk, vivid hooks and arrangements
    Gossip, 2009
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Pop/Rock
    • Synth Pop
  • Franz Ferdinand, Franz FerdinandFranz Ferdinand
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Pop/Rock
  • LCD Soundsystem, American DreamAmerican Dream
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • Synth Pop
  • Working Men's Club, Working Men's ClubWorking Men's Club
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Synth Pop
  • Franz Ferdinand, You Could Have It So Much BetterYou Could Have It So Much Better
    You Could Have It So Much Better shows that the band's style has matured and developed. The band grows closer to the sound they seem to be trying for. This album should further fortify your fondness for the amiable Scots
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
  • Two Door Cinema Club, Tourist HistoryTourist History
    • Indie Rock
    • Dance-Punk
    • Electropop
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • White Lies, To Lose My Life...To Lose My Life...
    White Lies' debut album To Lose My Life was recorded with an orchestra so the compositions cannot be reproached for a too simple accompaniment, and the vocals surprise with its wide range and the power combined with sensuality
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • LCD Soundsystem, Sound of SilverSound of Silver
    The second LCD Soundsystem’s work Sound Of Silver continues their previous diligences: laconic disco-beat, motley samples, guitar riffs, hypnotic passage of piano, percussion and James Murphy’s talent as a vocalist
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • Electro-Disco
    • Indie Electronic
  • Talking Heads, Once in a Lifetime: The Best OfOnce in a Lifetime: The Best Of
    • Post-Punk
    • Art Punk
    • Funk
    • Pop/Rock
    • New Wave
  • LCD Soundsystem, This Is HappeningThis Is Happening
    An artful layering of the most unexpected sound discoveries, contagious samples, sparkling tunes and bewitching vocal parts comprise only a part of all the merits LCD Soundsystem's new record This Is Happening can boast
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • Electro-Disco
    • New Wave
    • Electronic
    • Indie Electronic
  • Kaiser Chiefs, EmploymentEmployment
    Right now, everybody wants a piece of the Kaiser Chiefs. Blur's producer Stephen Street offered his services for their debut albu, which is a bona fide pop classic. Employment is so confident, so smart, so full of life that a more enjoyable 45 minute
    • Britpop
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • Interpol, Our Love to AdmireOur Love to Admire
    New album of Interpol Our Love To Admire will surely attract fresh echelons of fans without loosing old ones. The band still sticks to their old stylistic but at the same time brings some new attractive novelty, which makes this album their best one
    Interpol, 2007
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
  • U2, WarWar
    U2, 1983
    • Post-Punk
    • Pop/Rock
  • TV on the Radio, Dear ScienceDear Science
    The US art-rock band TV On The Radio recorded the new attempt Dear Science. On the disc, the artists continued their experiments, creating eleven eclectic pop tracks with the various arrangements
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Funk
    • Electronic
  • The National, BoxerBoxer
    This year The National will definitely take their well-deserved place among popular indie stars. Their new album Boxer offers the best material this band ever did. Unbelievable emotional and attractively sad music will suite all melancholy lovers
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Chamber Pop
  • Metric, FantasiesFantasies
    This year Metric releases already its fourth album Fantasies that has become a great continuation of the band’s discography and offers ten songs recorded in the best traditions of this original indie collective…
    Metric, 2009
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
  • New Order, SinglesSingles
    New Order, 2005
    • Post-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • New Wave
    • Synth Pop