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Michael Reilly

Upper Sturt, Australia

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  1. A Hound's Heart
    by William Ryan Fritch
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    A Fool to be Falling A Fool to be Falling
  2. Tabors Head
    by Mount Sherpa
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    Ghost Echo Ghost Echo
  3. La Musique Nouveau
    by The Dunes
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    Red Leaves Red Leaves
  4. BAD:LANDS
    by The Dunes
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    Badlands Badlands
    Great mini EP from The Dunes. Opener 'Badlands' has a beautifully dark and menacing slow groove, and 'End…' is simply a sublime slice of powerful alt-rock.
  5. There's a Ghost in Me
    by The Narrows
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    Emperor Steamer Emperor Steamer
  6. We Were So Wrong
    by Besides
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    Monochromatic (Preview low 128 kbps) Monochromatic (Preview low 128 kbps)
  7. I Have No Memory Of This Place
    by Miori
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    Vertice Vertice
  8. II
    by Sun of Man
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    Whispering Jackoff Whispering Jackoff
    Sun of Man absolutely nail it on this awesome stoner rock EP. Melodically heavy with plenty of sweet moments that hit hard and leave a tremendous lasting impression. I implore you to make a purchase and support this fantastic band!
  9. Sky Flowers
    by Ride Into The Sun
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    Outside Outside
  10. Qualm
    by Loraine
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    A great opener for the upcoming new album. 'Qualm' is an emotional piece of sensitive songwriting, high on quality with a thoughtful delivery.
  11. Telltale
    by Blush Response
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    Telltale Telltale
    Each of the four tracks here offer something a little different with their own individual identities, yet they still maintain a sumptuous and well crafted whole that will surely please anyone keen on the genre.