10. Edison Glass - Time Is Fiction
There are some very, very strong indie math rock songs on this album, and some less than strong ones. Edison Glass use their dual vocalists to maximum potential, which always keeps the listener guessing and makes for an engaging album, especially towards the start. Their bouncy guitars and refusal to stick to norms makes this an impressive album, but they still have some work to do when they try and slow things down - it just doesn't work.
9. The Wedding - The Sound, The Steel EP
The transition to a new vocalist is never an easy one for bands, but The Wedding have done it perfectly. At first I didn't even notice...but I'm not the most attentive cat on the block. This album builds further on their sound from Polarity, but focuses further on their edgy, rocky side, and while it's nothing ear shattering, this EP showcases some fantastic embarrassing-beadroom-headbanging moments.
8. House of Heroes - The End Is Not The End