Al Lerman – Northern Bayou (indie)

Bleu Nuit – Le jardin des mémoires (Michel Records)

Broken Social Scene – Let’s Try The After,Vol 2 (Arts & Crafts)

On April 13, the band will release special physical editions of both Let’s Try The After EPs, packaged together for Record Store Day. Broken Social Scene are touring through August, with dates across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. (SPIN)

CJ Flemings – Mascara Tears (indie)

Emily Rowed – April

Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys – DREAMLAND (indie)

My Son the Hurricane – Ride The Bullet (indie)

Odonis Odonis – Reaction

While Post Plague delivered prime goth-club dance floor material, No Pop scoffed at convention, as more experimental, metallic thrash shifted between disquieting and hypnotic dread. Reaction melds the strengths of these two releases. The minimalist approach to industrial here is slow-paced, with the fattest of steady beats hitting hard as blasts of static swell and sputter between them.(Exclaim!)

Sara Dufour – Sara Dufour (Let Artists Be)

Saxsyndrum – Second Nature (So Sorry Records)

Montreal electro experimenters Saxsyndrum are best known for exactly what their name implies — blending sax, synth and drums — but on their latest album, Second Nature, they’re leaning into a pop sound.(Exclaim!)

Silverstein – Redux: The First 10 Years