A stroke of dissonant synthpop genius by Jackie O Motherf**ker's Nick Bindeman.
Addictive cut from the enigmatic, inimitable master of modern pop ambiguity.
Subtly discomforting, wavy weirdness, like Joy Division doing cabaret...
Obscure outsider pop from one of the pioneering Parasites Of The Western World.
Time-warped bliss-pop from LA's sisters Kaplan.
Deceptively simple and highly nuanced arrangement from Stones Throw studio engineer.
Instinctive experimentalism with weird traces of floating House and Electro-pop.
The lyrics might be incomprehensible, but Fred's intentions are pure and timeless.
Sickly sweet and uncanny killer taken from one of the albums of 2011.
Steve Moore (Zombi) and Daniel O'Sullivan (Ulver) nodding to classic Depeche Mode.
Super fuzzy, shoegaze-y pop ripe for some late '80s indie montage sequence.
Wonderfully skewed psyche-pop originally issued in 1984.
The Boss covers Suicide's 1979 New Wave classic.
Lusciously grungy/shoegaze cover of the Chris Isaak classic.