A mixture of EDM and indie, this weeks selection of tracks mix up the music as much as ever. Sound-Revolution explores the latest offering from dubstep innovator Burial, North American indie pop group The Pains of Being Pure at Heart as well as a slice of unsigned music from the promising Mabel Love.

Burial – Street Halo

The first solo work from Burial sine 2007 comes in the form of the Street Halo EP. Street Halo doesn’t take huge steps in different directions; it’s the same Burial we’re used to – deep, melancholic dubstep. This being said, there’s nothing generic about this release let’s be honest, it’s pretty easy to differentiate Burial’s sound from other producers.

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Belong

Belong is the follow up to the debut and self titled album from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – the highlight being the opener. From New York, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart create classic, mellow indie pop – and although there are thousands of bands exerting similar sounds, this album is simply a notch above the rest.

Mabel Love – Breaking It All

Sheffield lads Mabel Love are a typical indie band. Hailing from Sheffield, Mabel Love create simple and hard-hitting indie rock. For an unsigned act, their musical technique is exemplary – and it’s not so surprising that Mabel Love will be sharing the stage with Arctic Monkeys this summer. The guitar-driven melodies of Breaking It All are a prime example of this young band’s potential.