==> Fourteenth studio album of the American band founded in 1996 by frontman Kevin Barnes. Throughout the years, of Montreal's musical style has evolved but still keep some inspiration from psychedelic bands of the Sixties.
==> Third studio album of the Californian band founded in 2004 and formerly known as The Jakes. Tour for this new album will begin by the West Coast tomorrow (August 13).
==> Third studio album of the band originally formed in 2005 as a duo by Israel Nebeker and Ryan Dobrowski. Four members have been added in 2009 when they started touring.
==> Debut album of the Irish duo formed by Conor Adams and Lar Kaye : "The ten-track album features production by Jim Abbiss (Arcade Fire, Kasabian), Mark Rankin (Queens of the Stone Age, Bombay Bicycle Club), Matt Schwartz (Massive Attack) and Dan Grech-Marguerat (Lana Del Rey, Wolf Alice)".
==> With this third studio album, the usual indie folk-Pop of the American singer-songwriter Ruby Gail Kendrick evolves towards a more electronic pop sound.
==> Ninth studio album of the American Hip-Hop duo formed in 1989 and consisting of rapper Slug (Sean Daley) and DJ/producer Ant (Anthony Davis). The album includes guest appearances by rappers Kool Keith, DOOM, The Grouch, Aesop Rock to name just a few.
==> The return of the Australian band founded in 1988 and led by Richard Davies. After a first broke up in 1993, the band revived in 1994 for a second album and broke up again in 1996. Twenty years later it's a brilliant come back with a prolific 24 tracks album. The cream of the songwriting.
==> Brilliant debut album of the Australian duo formed in 2013, and comprised of vocalist/guitarist Zach Stephenson and drummer Billy Fleming.
==> Started as a duo in 2012 by Merritt Graves and Skylar Funk who met at Ponoma College, the Californian band is now a Five piece since 2014. Brilliant harmonies and arrangements.
==> Second studio album of the project featuring Danny Seim (Menomena), Bryan Devendorf (The National), and Dave Nelson, a musician who has toured with David Byrne, St. Vincent, and Sufjan Stevens. Creative compositions.