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Old 12-13-2016, 02:29 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Bill Laurance is a real champ. I'll be talking about him on my top 25 thread when the honorable mentions section comes around.
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Old 12-13-2016, 02:33 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Yeah man. I was hooked when I heard his first album "Flint".
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Old 12-13-2016, 02:40 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Kewuku Collins - Nat Love



Released April 8th
[Hip Hop]

Track 1. Nat's Intro
Track 2. Stupid Rose
Track 3. Vanilla Skies
Track 4. Ego Killed Romance
Track 5. Everever (Oasis)
Track 6. Ghost
Track 7. Death of a Salesman.
Track 8. 1:30, Curbside
Track 9. The Outsiders
Track 10. The Last
Track 11. The Rain That Wouldn't Save
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Old 12-15-2016, 10:39 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Japanese Breakfast - Psychopomp



Released April 1st
[lo-fi Indie Pop]

Track 1. In Heaven
Track 2. The Woman That Love You
Track 3. Rugged Country
Track 4. Everybody Wants to Love You
Track 5. Psychpomp
Track 6. Jane ***
Track 7. Heft
Track 8. Moon on the Bath
Track 9. Triple 7

Second half album is so different from the first. It's breathtaking.
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Old 12-15-2016, 12:22 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Mothers - When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired



Released February 26th
[Multi-Genre Indie/Alternative]

(Deluxe Edition Tracks)
Track 1. Too Small for Eyes
Track 2. It Hurts Until It Doesn't
Track 3. Copper Mines
Track 4. Nesting Behavior
Track 5. Lockjaw
Track 6. Blood-Letting
Track 7. Burden of Proof
Track 8. Hold Your Own Hand
Track 9. Accessory Cloud
Track 10. Paradise at Last
Track 11. Easy as Possible
Track 12. Get Around
Track 13. Mother and Wife

This is AOTY kind of stuff right here.
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Camp Cope - Camp Cope


^Tracks are out of order

Released April 22nd
[Indie/Alternative/Garage]

Track 1. Done
Track 2. Flesh and Electricity
Track 3. West Side Story
Track 4. Lost (Season Four)
Track 5. Jet Fuel Can't Melt Steel Beams
Track 6. Trepidation
Track 7. Stove Lighter
Track 8. Song for Charlie

One of my favorites from this year. Will definitely be on my list.
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Old 12-17-2016, 02:05 PM   #17 (permalink)
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This is my favorite time of year. Every music blog/site/critic is publishing their best of the year lists which means I get to rake in all the unknown sh*t that flew over my head over the course of the year. It's very exciting. This thread is not going to be a review thread as I generally suck at expressing my opinion on music through words. I've just never really been able to get past the "You should check this out it's good. Why? Because...uhhhh...it is." phase. I'll still post my personal top list in the Best of 2016 thread but this is going to be where I dump all the interesting sh*t that just can't comprise that list unless I make it a top 100.

Plus, sometimes I don't feel like reading something. I just want to listen to the album. This is a thread for that. Straight to the point.

So, yeah. Here we go.
You know, I often feel like this too. Sometimes it's really hard to put into words how you feel about an album. You can listen to one and really love it, but how to communicate that to others? I often have trouble finding the words to translate my feelings about certain albums to others, so you're certainly not alone in that regard.
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Old 12-17-2016, 03:09 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I'm gonna need to check out every album in here.
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You know, I often feel like this too. Sometimes it's really hard to put into words how you feel about an album. You can listen to one and really love it, but how to communicate that to others? I often have trouble finding the words to translate my feelings about certain albums to others, so you're certainly not alone in that regard.
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Mica Levi & Oliver Coates - Remain Calm



Released November 25th
[Experimental Electronica/Classical]

Track 1. Pre-Barok
Track 2. Bless Our Toes
Track 3. Dolphins Climb Onto Shore for The First Time
Track 4. Schoolhouse
Track 5. Dragon in the Mist
Track 6. I'll Keep Going
Track 7. Xhill Stepping
Track 8. Fight in the Men's Toilets
Track 9. Barok Main
Track 10. Country H
Track 11. New Wren Kitch
Track 12. Say Goodbye to Everyone
Track 13. Mob of Waters
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