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40.The Shop Window - Evacuate
39. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - We Are Not Alone
38. Lambchop - Fuku
These days Lambchop inhabit a planet in a very distant musical galaxy, but their work is still enthralling, beautiful and totally individual. 'Fuku' is taken from the recent 'Showtunes' album which reveals new highlights with every listen.
37. Teen Creeps - Seeing ShapesA visceral blast of buzzing indie noise, Belguim's Teen Creeps made a great album called 'Forever' in 2021 and this is one of the tastiest cuts!
36. Teenage Dads - Thank You For the Honey, Honey
Australian melodic popsters Teenage Dads released the fantastic 'Club Echo' EP in 2021 and this is one of several highlights from it. Check out the band's Youtube page too as they always make great videos!
35. Dinosaur Jnr. - Garden
Lou Barlow pops up with a great tune on the recent 'Sweep It Into Space' album. Dinosaur Jr have been on a creative high for a few years now and this is another worthy addition to their impressive catalogue.
34. Mogwai - Ritchie Sacramento
From the excellent 'As The Love Continues' album, 'Ritchie Sacramento' is another effortless glide through noise and melody.
33. Faye Webster - Better Distractions
Slow and languid like a hot summers day, Faye Webster's 'I Know I'm Funny Ha Ha' is a triumph of laid back delivery and melting melodies. Jump into the album at any point and you will not be disappointed.
32. The Divine Comedy - My Best Mistakes
From the upcoming Divine Comedy retrospective, Neil Hannon delivers another piece of baroque pop music. Hoping to catch him live if the European tour takes place in 2022. Fingers crossed...
31. Crowded House - Playing With Fire
Neil Finn never fails to deliver a great song, but 'Playing With Fire' is one of his best in a while. Taken from the great 'Dreamers Are Waiting' album Crowded House remain members of the pop aristocracy.
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