Iconic Parisian label Kitsuné have recently dropped their latest compilation in the Maison series – the staggering 15th instalment. Making a name for themselves over the past decade by working with acts like Two Door Cinema Club, Phoenix and Crystal Fighters, we've seen the label go from strength to strength, providing the world with some of the best indie, pop and electronic music. Without them, we might not have Is Tropical or Simian Mobile Disco. They've been a vital cog since 2002, showcasing and pushing the development of promising young acts.

For this assortment of tracks, they've plucked acts like Kilo Kish, NONONO and The Swiss – as well as thirteen others. Also featured are The Wytches, a trio of bright lo-fi psych-rock Brighton troubadours, with their stripped back track 'Summer Again', which we've got the exclusive première of below. The cut shows a different side to the oft-raucous noises they spew, instead of surf-pop guitars and hoarse post-punk vocals, we've got a sun-sozzled folk ditty.

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'Kitsune' is the Japanese word for which of these furry critters?

  • a) Squirrel
  • b) Otter
  • c) Fox

Email either a, b or c to comps@thefourohfive.com. Winners will be picked at random and notified by snail mail. Bonne chance!