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  1. Infoxication
    by Baxxter & Burr
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    Infoxicated Infoxicated
    Glitter-coated cheese.
  2. Twin Fantasy
    by Car Seat Headrest
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    Nervous Young Inhumans Nervous Young Inhumans
  3. Monomania
    by Car Seat Headrest
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    Romantic Theory Romantic Theory
  4. How To Leave Town
    by Car Seat Headrest
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    The Ending of Dramamine The Ending of Dramamine
    If Will Toledo ends up creating an indie-prog epic at some point, this is where its seeds were sown. Most intricately arranged album of the self-release/lo-fi days.
  5. Ostalgia - Volume 1
    by Faunts
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    Thirty-Three Thirty-Three
    Return to the debut album's sound, right down to the song title (surely an intentional reference to "Twenty-Three"?). Pleasant and flows well between the different sections, though it doesn't quite hit the mark fully and lacks the oomph of the previous Faunts extended epics.
  6. 1979
    by Freedom Fry
    1979 1979
    Gentle acoustic takes on songs has become a generic cliché by now, but now and then a cover comes along that *gets* it & understands the 'format'. This is one of such covers. Wonderful.
  7. Aerial Station Wagon
    by The Go! Team
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  8. Sanctum FPS-TD : OST
    by GSTFS
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    The Wanderers The Wanderers
    Not just a great soundtrack that fits the game's clean sci-fi aesthetic perfectly, but a generally excellent collection of ambient and atmospheric electronica that stands on its own outside the game's context, and something I'd happily recommend to people who've never touched the game.
  9. Hey Hey 16k 10th Anniversary
    by MJ Hibbett & The Validators
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    Hey Hey 16K (original single version) Hey Hey 16K (original single version)
    I remember when this little piece of internet history arrived in 2004. Downloaded the low quality mp3 that was on offer, and it's since managed to find its way to every single music library and portable player I've ever had across the years. Undeniably fun and ingeniusly catchy. The 'main' version packs more of an oomph but the old, scruffy version will always be my fave. Oh and the b-sides are good too!
  10. Weird Little Birthday
    by Happyness
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    Montreal Rock Band Somewhere Montreal Rock Band Somewhere
    Sparklehorse and Wilco had an offspring sometime in the late 90s and somehow it's ended up as the debut album of a 2010's London band.
  11. Write In
    by Happyness
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    Falling Down Falling Down
    The debut's American alt-rockisms have been replaced by a more subdued tone and a more British sense of melody. They make it work & Happyness continue to be one of the UK's more exciting new bands. The bit-by-bit building "Falling Down" is a hypnotising highlight.