Forest Swords does really cool instrumental dub/avant-garde post-rock stuff, and Carcass is one of the all-time great death metal acts. That is their first album since 1996 and all pre-release talk has it being potentially their best album, which is a shock and really exciting.
The Forest Swords album, on first listen, isn't a huge development of his sound, but there are some cool little steps forward in fidelity and instrumentation. If you're new to his music I'd suggest starting with the Dagger Paths mini-album from a few years ago: it's fantastic.
Julianna Barwick - Nepenthe
White Lies - Big TV
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Porcelain Raft - Permanent Signal
Really excited about this one
Julia Holter - Loud City Song
Nov 6th - Deerfhoof at the Echoplex
Nov 7th - The Red Krayola at REDCAT
Nov 11th - Kendrick Lamar at the Wiltern
Nov 13th - Yo La Tengo at the Ace Hotel
Dec 10th - Kamasi Washington at Club Nokia
Dec 11th - The Bug Feat Earth and Liz Harris at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
Zola Jesus - Versions