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Why Make Sense?
Why Make Sense? is the sixth studio album by English electronic music band Hot Chip. It was released in the United Kingdom on 18 May 2015 via Domino and was co-produced by the band and English record producer Mark Ralph. Similar to their previous album, In Our Heads, it was recorded at Ralph's London studio, Club Ralph. For vinyl and compact disc copies of Why Make Sense?, the album's cover art has 130,000 variations of its design, which comprises a set of parallel lines intersecting with each other in front of a coloured background. Three official singles have been released from the album: "Huarache Lights", "Need You Now", and "Started Right".
Born Under Saturn
Born Under Saturn is the second studio album by British art rock band Django Django. It reached number 15 on the UK Albums Chart in May 2015.
Get My Bang
What Went Down
What Went Down is the fourth studio album by British rock band Foals, released on 28 August 2015 via Transgressive Records in the United Kingdom. The album is produced by James Ford, known for his work with Simian Mobile Disco, The Last Shadow Puppets and Arctic Monkeys amongst others. According to frontman Yannis Philippakis, it is slated to be their loudest and heaviest record to date. What Went Down debuted at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart and at number 58 on the Billboard 200, making it their highest charting album in the United States to date. With the departure of bassist Walter Gervers on 5 January 2018, this album marked the last album to feature him on bass.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Multi-Love is the third studio album from the band Unknown Mortal Orchestra. It was released on 26 May 2015. The track "Can't Keep Checking My Phone" was featured by EA Sports on FIFA 16.
The title Multi-Love is a reference to the polyamorous relationship frontman Ruban Nielson had with his wife and a younger woman from Tokyo, Japan for a year, before her visa expired and the relationship ended. The topic is a prevalent theme in the album's lyrics.
Woman is the third studio album by the French electronic music duo Justice, released on 18 November 2016 by Ed Banger Records and Because Music. Four singles have been released from the album, which are "Safe and Sound", "Randy", "Alakazam!", and "Fire". Xavier de Rosnay described the album as being "like if you're in the car with your best friend and your lover and your kids"; some music critics also describe the album as being bright and joyful.
Mystère is the second album from French psychedelic rock group La Femme, released on 2 September 2016.
Black Anything, Pt. 1
Abysmal Thoughts is the fourth studio album by New York City surf rock band, The Drums. The album was released on June 16, 2017 through ANTI-.
The album was preceded by the lead single, "Blood Under My Belt".
VEGA INTL. Night School
Vega Intl. Night School is the third album by American electronic music band Neon Indian. It was announced on August 13, 2015, and was released on October 16, 2015. The album title was an intentional nod to Alan Palomo's other music project, titled VEGA, for which he has produced only a single EP. Noticing that ideas from both Neon Indian and VEGA were merging, Palomo decided to combine the two projects into one and retire the use of the VEGA moniker.
Amen & Goodbye
Amen & Goodbye is the fourth studio album by American experimental rock band Yeasayer, released on April 1, 2016 on Mute.
Little Dark Age
American Dream is the fourth studio album by American rock band LCD Soundsystem, released on September 1, 2017, by DFA and Columbia. It was announced on January 5, 2016, the day after it was revealed that the band was reuniting after a disbandment lasting nearly five years. It is the band's first album in seven years, following This Is Happening.
Prior to release, LCD Soundsystem performed at large music festivals as well as smaller shows to promote their reunion. "Call the Police" and "American Dream" were released together as the album's lead single on May 5, 2017, and "Tonite" was released as the second single on August 16, 2017. "Oh Baby" was later released as a single on September 20, 2018. The album received widespread acclaim from music critics, appeared on many year-end lists, and was named the album of the year by Mojo and Uncut. The album performed well commercially and became the band's first number-one album in the United States, Canada, and Portugal. At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the album was nominated for Best Alternative Music Album and "Tonite" won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.
V is the fifth studio album by the English rock band the Horrors, released on 22 September 2017 by Wolf Tone and Caroline International.
What You Talking About?
Peter Bjorn And John
Our Love is the seventh studio album by Canadian musician Dan Snaith, released under the moniker Caribou on October 6, 2014 by City Slang worldwide and October 7, 2014 by Merge in North America and South America. It is Snaith's fourth album as Caribou, having released his previous album, Jiaolong, as Daphni in 2012. It features collaborations with Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett.
The album reflects on the success of Snaith's breakthrough album, Swim, four years prior. The lyrics are more personal and reflective than his previous albums, influenced by the birth of his daughter. It is an electronic album with R&B and hip hop influences.
Following the less positive reception of Jiaolong, Our Love debuted to critical acclaim, with praise for its subtle composition and themes. The album appeared on numerous end-of-year lists, was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards and was shortlisted for the 2015 Polaris Music Prize. It peaked at #46 on the Billboard 200 and #8 on the UK Albums Chart.
Season High is the fifth studio album by Swedish electronic music band Little Dragon, released on 14 April 2017 by Because Music. The song "High" was released as the first single.
From Deewee is the eighth studio album by Belgian band Soulwax. It was released on 24 March 2017. With a length of 48 minutes, the album was recorded in one take by the Dewaele brothers along with three drummers. Besides the normal members of Soulwax, there is Laima Leyton on keys, Igor Cavalera, Blake Davies and Victoria Smith on drums. The first single from the album was "Transient Program for Drums and Machinery".
The concept for the album was taken from Transient Program For Drums and Machinery, a live show they did in 2016.
Heads Up is the third studio album by the American indie rock band Warpaint. It was released on September 23, 2016 on Rough Trade Records. Heads Up was produced by Warpaint and Jake Bercovici, who had previously worked with the band on their debut extended play, Exquisite Corpse. The album was preceded by the single "New Song".
The Good News
Fall in Time
Currents B-Sides & Remixes
Pieces Of The People We Love
Pieces of the People We Love is the second studio album by American rock band the Rapture. It was released on September 12, 2006 in the United States through Universal Motown Records and in the United Kingdom through Vertigo Records. It was primarily produced by Paul Epworth and Ewan Pearson, with Danger Mouse producing two tracks.
This album saw bassist Mattie Safer taking a more prominent role in songwriting and also singing lead vocals on several songs, with multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Andruzzi also being involved in the band's songwriting for the first time. As a result, creative tensions arose between them and the band's co-founders, vocalist-guitarist Luke Jenner and drummer Vito Roccoforte. In 2011 Jenner said, "[Safer] also had ambitions himself, to be a songwriter, but that really came out strongly on Pieces of the People We Love. He wanted to write songs and so he started taking up a lot more space and Gabe joined the band. It became this power struggle between Mattie and Gabe and me and Vito and, um, Vito doesn't like conflict so it left me kind of versus Mattie and Gabe so I lost that one."
Marks To Prove It
Marks to Prove It is the fourth and final studio album released by the English band The Maccabees released on 31 July 2015 through Fiction Records. Upon release it reached No. 1 in the UK Album chart. In North America a digital version was made available through Communion Records with a physical release to follow at a later date.
The album was recorded in the band's studio in Elephant and Castle and pays tribute to the area, including the album cover being of the Michael Faraday Memorial that is near the studio.
Sun Structures (Deluxe Version)
Sun Structures is the debut studio album by English psychedelic rock band Temples. It was released on 5 February 2014 by Heavenly Recordings. The building shown on the album cover is the Rushton Triangular Lodge near Rushton, Northamptonshire. The song "Keep in the Dark" is played over the closing credits to the 2015 thriller film The Gift.
Jungle is the debut studio album by London-based modern musical collective Jungle. It was released on 14 July 2014 through XL Recordings.
In September 2014, the album was shortlisted for the 2014 Mercury Prize.
Ibifornia is the fourth studio album by French electronic duo Cassius. It was released on 26 August 2016.
Junk is the seventh studio album by French electronic music band M83, released on 8 April 2016 on Naïve Records in France and Mute Records in the United States. It is the first album released by the band in a half-decade since 2011's Hurry Up, We're Dreaming and the first release since Digital Shades Vol. 1 without longtime vocalist and keyboardist Morgan Kibby. The albums also features guest appearances from Mai Lan, Steve Vai, Susanne Sundfør, Beck and Jordan Lawlor.
Everyday Robots is the debut solo studio album by British musician Damon Albarn, best known as the frontman of Blur and Gorillaz. Described by Albarn as his "most personal record", the album was co-produced by Richard Russell and released on 25 April 2014. It features guest contributions from musician and producer Brian Eno, singer Natasha Khan and the Leytonstone City Mission Choir. It was nominated for the 2014 Mercury Prize for best album.
The album produced five singles: "Everyday Robots", "Lonely Press Play", "Hollow Ponds", US-only release "Mr Tembo", and "Heavy Seas of Love". Everyday Robots received positive reviews from music critics, and debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart.
Everything You’ve Come To Expect
The Last Shadow Puppets
Everything You've Come to Expect is the second album by The Last Shadow Puppets, featuring Alex Turner, Miles Kane, James Ford, and Zach Dawes, with string arrangements by Owen Pallett. It was released on 1 April 2016 on Domino Records.
O B 1
In Colour is the debut studio album by English producer Jamie xx, released on 29 May 2015 by Young Turks. The album was composed during a five-year period while a member of the indie pop band The xx, starting with his production on xx in 2009. After starting his solo career with the remix album We're New Here and singles like "All Under One Roof Raving", he was intent on making the album something of a departure from his previous work and genre. The album features guest vocals from fellow The xx members Romy and Oliver Sim, as well as from Young Thug and Popcaan. The album produced five singles: "Girl" and "Sleep Sound" as a double-single on 5 May 2014, "Loud Places" on 27 March 2015, "Gosh" on 4 May and "I Know There's Gonna Be" on 22 May.
In Colour received widespread acclaim from critics. It debuted at number three on the UK Albums Chart, selling 19,255 copies in its first week. In the United States, the album entered the Billboard 200 at number 21 and topped the Dance/Electronic Albums, with first-week sales of 19,000 copies.
Shake The Shudder
Shake the Shudder is the seventh studio album by American dance-punk group!!!, released on May 19, 2017, on Warp Records. The band described the album as a "fancy way of saying 'shake it off and dance your cares away.'"
The Grey Flower
It's Album Time
It's Album Time is the debut studio album by Norwegian DJ and record producer Todd Terje, released on 8 April 2014 by Olsen Records. The album was self-produced by Terje and was recorded in a span of three years. It was met with generally positive reviews from music critics upon release. The album debuted at number 2 in Terje's home country of Norway, number 4 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart, number 23 on the UK Albums Chart, and number 6 on the UK Dance Albums chart.
Six singles have been released from the album: "Inspector Norse", "Strandbar", "Delorean Dynamite", "Leisure Suit Preben", "Johnny and Mary" featuring Bryan Ferry, and "Alfonso Muskedunder".
European Soul is the second studio album by British indie rock band Citizens!. It was released in April 2015 under Kitsuné.
I Believe It Now
WE ARE MATCH
Two Door Cinema Club
It's a Pleasure
All We Are
All We Are
I See You (Deluxe)
I See You is the third studio album by English indie pop band the xx. It was released on 13 January 2017 by the Young Turks record label. It is the band's first release in more than four years, following their 2012 album Coexist.
The xx began recording I See You in 2014 at Marfa Recording Co. in Marfa, Texas, and were assisted by producer Rodaidh McDonald. According to the band, they had a more progressive, wide-ranging musical concept in mind, compared to their previous two albums. Jamie xx, the band's multi-instrumentalist and producer, said the album's sound and aesthetic were influenced by his 2015 club-influenced solo recording, In Colour.
I See You was released to widespread critical acclaim, with many reviewers finding its music less insular than the xx's previous recordings. It became the band's second number-one album in the United Kingdom and an international top-ten chart success. To promote the album, four songs were released as singles, including "On Hold", while the xx embarked on the European I See You Tour and subsequent concerts in the Americas.
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