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  • Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, This Is the PlaceThis Is the Place
    • Alternative Dance
    • Baggy / Madchester
  • Foster The People, TorchesTorches
    American trio Foster The People’s debut album Torches has music that might be a surprise to many of those who already like the band
    • Dance-Pop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
    • Indie Electronic
  • Gorillaz, Demon DaysDemon Days
    Demon Days may end 2005 as one of the year’s most celebrated albums. Before you even consider the sonic and melodic innovation paraded through the album there’s so much crammed into each of these fifteen songs
    Gorillaz, 2005
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Hip Hop
    • Electronic
    • Trip Hop
  • Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Blue Moon RisingBlue Moon Rising
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Alternative Dance
  • Arcade Fire, Everything NowEverything Now
    • Indie Rock
    • Alternative Dance
    • New Wave
  • Gorillaz, Plastic BeachPlastic Beach
    The cartoon musicians of Gorillaz, backed by a number of celebrated performers, prepared another studio CD, Plastic Beach. You will find here everything Gorillaz are loved for: diversity, quality, sweet mood
    Gorillaz, 2010
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Hip Hop
    • Electronic
  • Beck, ColorsColors
    Beck, 2017
    • Alternative Dance
    • Pop Rock
  • Fall Out Boy, Save Rock And RollSave Rock And Roll
    • Pop Punk
    • Alternative Dance
  • Depeche Mode, The Best of Depeche Mode, Volume 1The Best of Depeche Mode, Volume 1
    Besides such megahits as Master and Servant, Enjoy the Silence, Personal Jesus, the just-released single Martyr and other great Depeche Mode’s works the album makes room for lesser-known gems
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Pop/Rock
    • New Wave
    • New Romantic
    • Synth Pop
    • Electronic
    • Downtempo
  • Grimes, Miss Anthropocene (Deluxe Edition)Miss Anthropocene (Deluxe Edition)
    Grimes, 2020
    • Ethereal Wave
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
  • The Orielles, Disco VoladorDisco Volador
    • Dream Pop
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Baggy / Madchester
    • Indie Pop
    • Space Age Pop
  • Depeche Mode, SpiritSpirit
    • Alternative Dance
    • Synth Pop
  • Gorillaz, HumanzHumanz
    Gorillaz, 2017
    • Neo-Soul
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
  • LCD Soundsystem, American DreamAmerican Dream
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • Synth Pop
  • Kasabian, 48:1348:13
    Kasabian, 2014
    • Britpop
    • Alternative Dance
  • Glass Animals, Your Love (Deja Vu)Your Love (Deja Vu)
    • Contemporary R&B
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
  • Joywave, PossessionPossession
    Joywave, 2020
    • Indie Rock
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • New Wave
  • Hot Chip, Made in the DarkMade in the Dark
    Made In The Dark widens the borders of the pop music notion in many respects proving that Hot Chip is a unique collective ignoring whatever regulations. As before its music causes smiles of admiration with precise shots of melodies and texts
    Hot Chip, 2008
    • Dance-Pop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Electronic
  • Santigold, SantogoldSantogold
    Santogold is different from the other works of the kind with its bold incoherence: each song on it seems to live its own life and it is absolutely impossible to say what it is going to sound like every following minute
    Santigold, 2008
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • New Wave
    • Grime
    • Dubstep
  • Kasabian, EmpireEmpire
    Kasabian has an inclination to expand the borders of its music and diversify it. Therefore Empire first of all surprises with changing directions and more powerful vocals, and is definitely a more mature creation than the debut one
    Kasabian, 2006
    • Indie Rock
    • Alternative Dance
  • Niall Horan, Nice To Meet YaNice To Meet Ya
    • Alternative Dance
    • Baggy / Madchester
    • Pop Rock
  • David Bowie, Nothing Has ChangedNothing Has Changed
    • Art Rock
    • Alternative Dance
    • Pop Rock
  • 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
  • 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
  • Madonna, Ray of LightRay of Light
    Madonna, 1998
    • Alternative Dance
    • Pop
    • Electronic
    • Trip Hop
  • Spoon, Hot ThoughtsHot Thoughts
    Spoon, 2017
    • Indie Rock
    • Alternative Dance
  • St. Vincent, MasseductionMasseduction
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
  • New Order, SinglesSingles
    New Order, 2005
    • Post-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
    • New Wave
    • Synth Pop
  • Foster The People, Sacred Hearts ClubSacred Hearts Club
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
  • Klaxons, Myths of the Near FutureMyths of the Near Future
    Myths Of The Near Future is a truly interesting and unpredictable travel around the world in search of the better with the music of Klaxons. You get the sense that their music come not in the studious, but during their concerts.
    Klaxons, 2007
    • Indie Rock
    • Dance-Punk
    • Psychedelic Pop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Electroclash
  • New Order, Music CompleteMusic Complete
    New Order, 2015
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
  • Mura Masa, R.Y.CR.Y.C
    Mura Masa, 2020
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
    • Synth Pop
    • Experimental Hip Hop
    • Trip Hop
  • The Automatic, Not Accepted AnywhereNot Accepted Anywhere
    The Automatic became one of the sales leaders of summer 2006. It is quite possible that even those who have never been fond of pop-punk rock can find a number of new interesting moments on Not Accepted Anywhere
    • Indie Rock
    • Post-Punk
    • Dance-Punk
    • Alternative Dance
  • Beck, GueroGuero
    We loved Beck the sex machine (Midnight Vultures), Beck the mutant folkie (Mutations) and even heartbreak Beck (Sea Change). Guero, however, is the real follow-up to his outstanding opus Odelay. Guero
    Beck, 2005
    • Indie Rock
    • Alternative Dance
    • Hip Hop
  • Kasabian, KasabianKasabian
    Kasabian, 2004
    • Indie Rock
    • Alternative Dance
    • Baggy / Madchester
    • Electronic
  • Paramore, After LaughterAfter Laughter
    Paramore, 2017
    • Alternative Dance
    • Power Pop
    • New Wave
  • Grimes, Art AngelsArt Angels
    Grimes, 2015
    • Electropop
    • Alternative Dance
    • Indie Pop
  • The Stone Roses, The Very Best of the Stone RosesThe Very Best of the Stone Roses
    • Neo-Psychedelia
    • Baggy / Madchester
  • David Byrne, American UtopiaAmerican Utopia
    • Alternative Dance
    • Pop Rock