Published Apr 24, 2012This Tuesday, as always, we've got you covered with reviews of the best (and worst) music releases out this week, including Exclaim!-approved picks from Torche, Mares of Thrace, Huoratron and more. To get the full lowdown on the following highlights, head over to our Recently Reviewed section.
First up, CFCF (aka Montreal electro maestro Michael Silver) tackles the piano synth slowburner on his latest mini-album, Exercises, while dance rockers Camouflage Nights deliver their self-titled debut, featuring guest appearances by Feist, Alanna Stuart, and Chris and Matt Murphy.
Also out this week, following 2008's acclaimed Meanderthal, Torche return with their instantly addictive full-length Harmonicraft, and Finnish electronic producer Huoratron (aka Aku Raski) shreds our speakers with the brilliantly nightmarish Cryptocracy.
Lastly, Calgary-based doom duo Mares of Thrace unleash their sophomore outing The Pilgrimage, and fresh from bagging a Juno nom for Live at the Music Gallery, Peter Katz offers up another round of perfectly packaged commercial nuggets on his new long-player Still Mind Still.
To read full reviews of these new releases and more, check out the Recently Reviewed section, and visit the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page to see what's coming up in the near future.
You can also check out our favourite tracks from some of these albums in our Rdio Genre Playlists:
Pop & Rock
Dance & Electronic
Folk & Country