The Record of the Month for July was White Fence'sFor the Recently Found Innocent via Drag City.
Other artists that received heavy play on the Drift stereo over the month of May were; Stephen Steinbrink, Gulp, Woman's Hour, Viet Cong, Alvvays, Shabazz Palaces, Horsebeach, Jenny Lewis and Mark Kozelek.
You can read the four weekly updates we sent out in July right here;
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Their debut album 'Conversations' displays the intricate construction and intimacy of The xx and the iridescent shimmer of Summer-defining indie pop. Their music - as poignantly personal as pop gets - has a rare singularity and purpose.
Woman's Hour have an uncompromising commitment to the unconventional. For them, music does not exist as merely a hummable soundtrack but as a wider and more artistic proposition.
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1 Unbroken Sequence 2 Conversations 3 To The End 4 Darkest Place 5 In Stillness We Remain 6 Our Love Has No Rhythm 7 Her Ghost 8 Two Sides Of You 9 Devotion 10 Reflections 11 Day That Needs Defending