Heavy Rotation: Leif Erikson, Sufjan Stevens, Unknown Mortal Orchestra & More

What better way than Tame Impala, Jamie xx, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Sufjan Stevens to experience the ultimate psychedelia!

Wasted Love (City and Colour) - Those guitars, damn!

Return To The Moon (EL VY) - Pretty cool jam from Matt Berninger and Brent Knopf, the kind you get addicted to right from the very first listen.

The Prisoner (Ezra Furman) - A retro tune that's foot-tapping and ridiculously catchy!

Kiss (LANY) - Tucked inside BRB is this slinky smooth single from the LA-Nashville band's aptly titled album Make Out.

Looking for Signs (Leif Erikson) - Do you like Fleet Foxes? Then liking this guitary single will be a given.

Used To (Mutemath) - Characterised by claps and funky electronic music, Used To is a loaded synth affair, and one that's contagiously infectious.

I'd Be Dead (Photo Ops aka Terry Price) - A moving folk song, with solid vocals from Price.

Should Have Known Better, Fourth of July, Death With Dignity, John My Beloved, All of Me Wants All of You, Drawn to the Blood (Sufjan Stevens) - Sparse in terms of orchestration, multi-instrumentalist Sufjan Stevens's latest album Carrie & Lowell is incredibly affecting, visceral and a listener's delight. Grab the whole album if you can!

Island (Surfer Blood) - The fuzzy single from Florida-based surf rockers is very retro and superbly melodic.

The Less I Know The Better (Tame Impala) - Saying I am hooked to this breakup song is putting it very mildly. In fact, very mildly!

Can't Keep Checking My Phone (Unknown Mortal Orchestra) - OMG! Someone please help me, I can't stop listening to this one hell of a funky disco song!