2013 has been a progressive year for music, not only for upcoming bands, such as Savages, but also for artists that are already well established in their respective fields. My Bloody Valentine dropped the stellar M B V earlier this year and now another flagship 90′s duo, Boards of Canada, have made a return with their first release in eight years. Tomorrow’s Harvest is a chilly ambient album for the summer, so if you are trying to stay cool in the upcoming months, come pick it up at Fuzz Records. For those who find that ambient stuff too boring, we also have albums from Polar Bear Club and Antidote, if you want something with a little more bite.
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