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Chromeo’s White Women is the strongest, friendliest, and catchiest record yet from the Canadian pop group. Read more.

Foxes’ debut record is a pop triumph that’s full of heart and class — one of the year’s biggest and best surprises. Read more.

Jon Hopkins’ Immunity is a brilliant, symphonic record filled with slow-burners and glitchy moments. Read more.

Literature’s Anthology is easy to digest, but also a ton of fun — and very reminiscent of The Strokes. Read more.

Wet’s self-titled debut EP holds tremendous promise for the synth-influenced alternative R&B group, and delivers a ton of power in just four short tracks. Read more.