Sweet As Broken Dates - comp of Somali music from the late 70's/early 80's, which is really solid, worth checking out.
Roy Montgomery - Scenes From the South Island, it's been endlessly rainy in Seattle this spring, it fits really well.
LA Witch - s/t, this is pretty good if you like that sort of thing, Mazzy Star meets La Luz? "Baby in Blue Jeans" is the standout at this point.
Royal Trux - Cats and Dogs - I dunno, I'm sure they were living it, but the cool and sleazy attitude is a little overbearing. Some good tunes though.
Swell Maps - International Rescue - really good for the first 10 songs or so
Parquet Courts - Light Up Gold and Tally All the Things You Broke - LUG still probably their best stuff, "You've Got Me Wonderin' Now" blows away the rest of the EP. They were great live recently but why are they working with Danger Mouse? New video I saw was embarrassing.
United States of America - s/t - how'd I miss this for so long? I see where Broadcast got some of their sound. Some Zappa similarities but I don't feel gross listening to them.
Helena Espvall and Masaki Batoh - s/t - just checking out stuff in the Drag City catalogue now available on Spotify, this is some nifty experimental cello/folk/I dunno, it's worth hearing!
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone - good times, gotta say "Barbarian" sounded more menacing before I knew it was literally about Conan the Barbarian.
Silver Jews - Bright Flight - "Tennessee" is a classic.