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Yuck - 'Glow & Behold'

When Yuck released their self-titled debut album back in 2011, things took off quickly for the London-based five-piece.

San Cisco - 'San Cisco'

They’re too sunkissed, San Cisco. Too perfect-sounding.

Daniel Avery - 'Drone Logic'

Peckham-based producer Daniel Avery has had more big-ups in the last year than haircuts, with electronic luminaries such as The Chemical Brothers and Richie Hawtin saluting his offbeat releases.

Sleigh Bells - 'Bitter Rivals'

Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller got into boxing while making this album, and the Brooklyn duo would wake, train and eat together before hitting the studio to bash out their trademark noise-pop bangers.

Glasser - 'Interiors'

Cameron Mesirow’s second album as Glasser initially seems understated, which is surprising given the powerful impression she made on ‘Ring’, her 2010 debut.

Darkside - 'Psychic'

Back in 2011, Nicolas Jaar was about as hyped as a non-commercial producer can get, thanks mainly to a deep and innovative album, ‘Space Is Only Noise’.

Ty Segall - 'Sleeper'

Last year was a vintage one for Ty Segall, when three albums hit in quick succession.

Diana - 'Perpetual Surrender'

It’s 1991 all over again in Canada, and if your goth doesn’t have a touch of the electronic about it then you’re nothing.

Little Green Cars - 'Absolute Zero'

Noted in the accursed BBC Sound Of… poll earlier this year, Dublin five-piece Little Green Cars are post-folk in a very 2013 way.

Minks - 'Tides End'

Sonny Kilfoyle intones such Morrissey-sour quips as “Happy birthday/Can I poison your drink?”