Well there's various lists out there (neither metacritic or wikipedia capture all of them), but here's the ones I've listened to more than once so far, or plan to.
Pangaea - Fabriclive 73 Dum Dum Girls - Too True Elephant - Elusive Youth (not out yet) Hospitality - Trouble Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Wig Out at Jagbags James Vincent McMorrow - Post Tropical Mogwai - Rave Tapes Alcest - Shelter Indian - From All Purity Warpaint - Warpaint East India Youth - Total Strife Forever Actress - Ghettoville Damien Jurado - Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son Thee Silver Mt. Zion Orchestra - Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on Everything You Blew It! - Keep Doing What You're Doing Young The Giant - Mind Over Matter
I welcome anything from others that isn't here - there's a lot that I really like but so far, nothing yet that I love this month.
Edit: removing Frahm and adding Actress and YtG. I don't think I will like YtG, but I will at least listen once to see.
Between Metacretic and Allmusic, I tend to get 80%90% each month, then I go to Now Playing Dos, but sometimes get confused with what's new, and what's just new to me. So far, that Andy Stott album is leading for me! ; )
Updated: James Vincent McMorrow - Post Tropical (2) (pmo,FortSteuben) Damien Jurado - Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son (1) (mr.moss) Warpaint - Warpaint (1) (Sang) Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra - Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything (1) (GLand)
Warpaint - Warpaint (4) (Sang, bacon, chicken, Chareth Cutestory) James Vincent McMorrow - Post Tropical (2) (pmo, FortSteuben) Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra - Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light On Everything (2) (GLand, boner) Damien Jurado - Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son (1) (mr.moss) Hospitality - Trouble (1) (Jonathan Christmas) Indian - From All Purity (1) (Problem Dog) Actress-Ghettoville (1) (bansheebeat)
I finally got to listen to Warpaint all the way through and it was really damn good, I'm gonna stick with Actress though I believe. Wasn't digging Mogwai that much and McMorrow didn't really stand out. Only thing I have left to revisit to that may change my mind is Mt. Zion.