Need some more lo-fi, eighties style synth-pop bedroom jams in your life? Sure you do – we all do. Neon Indian is the nom de plume of American producer Alan Palomo who should be familiar to anyone with an internet connection and an RSS feed, but for those that need reminding he makes music that broadly fits into the same box as Toro Y Moi or Washed Out. His latest album, the second since 2009’s Psychic Chasms is called Era Extraña and you can stream it in it’s entirety over at the website of NPR, who incidentally are doing a lot of exclusive album streams at the moment from the kind of artists who get the blogosphere’s knickers all in a twist. Hear the music here.