Black metal with a little depression thrown in.
split - Alcest and Les Discrets
Peppy post-metal with female death metal vocals in french - meh.
Lovely male vocalizing with no lyrics.
Jangly guitars that sound familiar combined with floaty, shoegaze-like vocals.
Primary Colours - The Horrors
80's brit pop with 70's psych rock influences.
It really doesn't sound like this album came out this year. I'm getting tired of this "let's copy older artists, only let's do it badly" routine that so many bands are doing now.
The Divinity of Oceans - Ahab
I think they've grown since their last release.
There's more operatic singing, less of the deep, earth shaking vocals, and the addition of lovely, monk-like singing.
I Was a King - I Was A King
Indie pop, I can hear White Album era Beatles. This is a female fronted band, and something about the vocals reminds me of Lush.