Music critic Drew Tewksbury joins the show with new releases that sound more like vintage releases from Chromatics and Miike Snow.
Portland-based synth-pop quartet Chromatics release "Kill For Love," their first full-length album in five years. The band generated some buzz around the music world after contributing to the "Drive" film soundtrack.
Swedish indie-pop band follow up their critically-acclaimed self-titled album with "Happy To You." Songs from the band might sound familiar — they've worked with artists such as Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Kelis, in the past and received a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for "Toxic" by Britney Spears.