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Dave Mantel

 

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My name is Dave. I play some post-rock music under the name NAAL. I like a whole lot of music. Right now I'm super into electronic music. So if you're into that, you can check out this page, if you want.
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  1. RIVAL
    by Glowhouse
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    Aviary Aviary
  2. Promises Kept
    by Speak Loud Advocate
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    It Was August It Was August
  3. There's Nowhere It Isn't
    by mandala eyes
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    Still Your Presence Still Your Presence
  4. Hotel Neon
    by Hotel Neon
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    A Lament A Lament
  5. Muir
    by Muir
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    This Town, an Open Field of Tangible Dreams This Town, an Open Field of Tangible Dreams
    What do you get when you cross the djent inspired guitar ferocity of Meshugga and Cloudkicker with the airy, positive atmospheres of Lowercase Noises and American Football and mix it all with an intense, precisioned energy? Muir's self titled release.
  6. This Is For Our Sins
    by Lowercase Noises
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    Famine and the Death of a Mother Famine and the Death of a Mother
  7. Forms
    by The Sound Of Rescue
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    i i
  8. Compass
    by Naal
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    E E
    This is my own release. It's "ambient."
  9. Chaos Monsters
    by Naal
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    The Ocean, The Sea, The Wind, and The Waves The Ocean, The Sea, The Wind, and The Waves
    This is my own release. It's kind of rock and roll.
  10. HOTEL NEON
    by Hotel Neon
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    DUST AND DRAG DUST AND DRAG
  11. Demo
    by Qajaq
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    End This End This
    This is my friend, David. He's making music all by his lonesome now. It's kind of like if The National and Strand of Oaks had an emo, teenage son in the late 90's. It's super good, you guys.

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