Artist: Thief
Release: Closer
Label: Rabble Records Ltd 
Genre: Dance – Beats and Break/ Electronica 

Thief is a new electronic pop project of PJ Wolf, a previous winner of the Triple J Unearthed Top Song competition. Also the recipient of the Young Australians Buzz Grant. PJ was recently shortlisted for the prestigious Vanda and Young songwriting competition for his track ‘Closer’. Thief was born when PJ traded in his guitars for synths, crafting a fresh minimalist sound that would embrace the aesthetic of contemporaries such as Metronomy, Frank Ocean and N.E.RD.



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Artist: Labyrinth Ear
Release: The Orchid Room 
Label: LE Records
Genre: Dance – Beats and Break / Electonica

 After their two successful EP releases, the UK electronic duo Labyrinth Ear are releasing their debut album titled “The Orchid Room” on 14 April 2014, with the first single being the melancholic electro-pop anthem ‘Crescent Moon’. The album will be their first release after the atmospheric EP ‘Apparitions’ featured on Pitchfork and Clash Magazine among many others



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Artist: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah 
Release: Only Run 
Label: Xtra Mile Recordings  
Genre: Alternative 

Only Run is the fourth studio album from Philadelphia based Clap Your Hands Say Yeah who are celebrating 10 years as a band this year. The album features additional vocals from Matt Berninger from The National on “Coming Down” & Turntables from Kid Koala on “Cover Up”. The use of synthesizers sets the new album apart from previous releases, but the entire concept of balancing optimism in the face of overwhelming odds remains the same. With over 300,000 albums sold worldwide CYHSY led by lead singer/songwriter Alec Ounsworth return with their most varied record yet and the most anticipated since 2007’s Some Loud Thunder.



Artist: More Than Life
Release: What’s Left of Me
Label: Holy Roar  
Genre: Rock

Charting a distinct evolution from their starting point of darkly melodic hardcore to almost alt-rock/indie inflections and tones, More Than Life are undeniably crossing over to pastures new without ever forgetting their roots nor history of their sound. Whether a conscious move or not – ‘What’s Left Of Me’ is an album for every rock fan – emotionally raw, heartfelt, energetic, anthemic and epic in the truest sense of the word. This could be just the beginning of a brave new chapter.