Dum Dum Girls - Too True: If you're a fan of atmospheric, ethereal rock with gauzy female vocals ala Lush or Ladytron, you will definitely enjoy this.
Marnie - Crystal World: Speaking of Ladytron, this solo disc by its lead singer - produced by another member of the band - continues the sound they're known for, with dance beats and icy electronic textures. And that's just fine!
Beach House - Depression Cherry: A lighter, airier sequel to their previous release, "Bloom", it may not rock quite as hard but its subtle charms are easy to succumb to, fitting somewhere between Cocteau Twins and Julee Cruise.
Jane Weaver - The Silver Globe: A strange and wonderful place where psychedelia, folk, and Krautrock meet. Outstanding and unique. The deluxe edition features another full-length disc, The Amber Light, for added flights of fancy.
Gwenno - Y Dyd Olaf: Venturing further into obscurity, here's a collection of futuristic pop sung in Welsh. Exceedingly creative and catchy, it's definitely worth checking out.