Sandro Perri, "Impossible Spaces": The review I read said he was along the lines of the Sea & Cake, which was pretty accurate, great songs, really cool album.
The War on Drugs, "Slave Ambient": At fist I listened to this album, and past ones, with curiosity. I'm a big Kurt Vile fan and I was fascinated by how alike these guys sound (I'm aware that KV played in this band for a while), and the Americana (Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, etc.) vibe they have going. Then I was driving the other day and it just clicked and I started just digging these albums for what they are--great music. They're playing Music Hall of Williamsburg on April 6th, just bought tickets.
Shabazz Palaces, "Black Up": One of the dudes from Digable Planets, intergalactic hip hop, one of the few albums in that genre I've been feeling in a while.
Julianna Barwick, "The Magic Place": Sounds like Grouper, which is a good thing.
Zomby, "Dedication": Kind of Burial meets Boards of Canada. Been listening to this a lot.
Julian Lynch, "Terra": The same mellow feel as Sandro Perri, maybe more melancholic, with tasteful horns and bugged-out synth.
Bibio, "Mind Bokeh": Finally checked this out, surprising and interesting.