1: Kid Koala : Music to Draw to: Satellite (Arts and Crafts)
Title says it. Kid Koala teams with Icelandic singer/songwriter Emeliana Torrini in a departure from the Turntabilism that brought him to notoriety. Ambient, mellow, and highly listenable.
2: STFU : What We Want (Bandcamp)
Texas based dystopian "Bleak-Pop" duo STFU released their effort: What We Want in July of 2016. If you are a fan of the shoe gaze genre, you might appreciate this album, though you may have to gaze a little harder, as the lights have been dimmed. No YouTube videos were found, but you can find them on Bandcamp, Facebook, and Soundcloud...
3: Barclay Crenshaw: Barclay Crenshaw (Dirtybird)
Barclay Crenshaw, better known as Claude VonStroke, releases this birth named project as a collection of tracks that didn't quite fit the house style that he is known for. Synths, strings, keyboard, and some nice album art.
4: Baloji: 64 Bits and Malachite (Bella Union - PIAS)
Belgian raised Baloji ("man of occult sciences and sorcery") stands at the crossroads of traditional African, Afro-American, and Electronic music. The 5 track remix EP features Saul Williams, Russo, Youssoupha, and others.
5: Ron Gallo: Heavy Meta (New West)
Ex Toy Soldiers frontman Ron Gallo releases his first solo effort, Heavy Meta. Dark, edgy, and loaded with reverb heavy guitar riffs. Undomesticated Punk?