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HP

  1. Hamilton, New Zealand
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
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  1. Forever Dreaming
    by Myles Sanko
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    Forever Dreaming Forever Dreaming
  2. Release Me
    by Anna Coddington
    00:00/00:00
  3. Drylands
    by Mel Parsons
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    Far Away Far Away
  4. Silent Observer
    by Alan Brown
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    Memories of the Stage Memories of the Stage
  5. Nueva Era
    by Daymé Arocena
    00:00/00:00
    Madres Madres
  6. The Orchid Days
    by L'Orange
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    Need You (feat. Blu) Need You (feat. Blu)
  7. Time? Astonishing!
    by L'Orange & Kool Keith
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    The Traveler (feat. J-Live) The Traveler (feat. J-Live)
  8. Remember the Rain
    by Kadhja Bonet
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  9. The Good Fight
    by Oddisee
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    That's Love That's Love
  10. Canyonland
    by Henry Canyons
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    Unconditional - cuts by Freddy Jay Unconditional - cuts by Freddy Jay
  11. Successor
    by Anthonie Tonnon
    00:00/00:00
    Water Underground Water Underground
  12. More Nerves
    by The Raw Nerves
    00:00/00:00
    Let Me Listen To Your Problems Let Me Listen To Your Problems
  13. I Have No Everything Here
    by Zomba Prison Project
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    Please, Don't Kill My Child Please, Don't Kill My Child
  14. Make You Mine
    by Anna Coddington
    00:00/00:00
  15. In Jacksonville (feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow)
    by The Brothers Nylon
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  16. Hello in There
    by John Prine
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  17. Sam Stone
    by John Prine
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  18. Execution in Autumn
    by The Wu-Tang Clan
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    Execution in Autumn Execution in Autumn
  19. Internet Freedom is Love (2012)
    by Urbantramper
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    Stephen Dedalus is My Homeboy Stephen Dedalus is My Homeboy
  20. Up Here For Dancing
    by Tono and the Finance Company
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    Twenty-three Twenty-three
    What a treat. Opening number Multiple Lives is a slow indie groove with Anthonie Tonnon casting the magnifying glass on the seemingly benign. His thuck accent recounts at that at 21, he is too old to “learn a new language” or “try to like beetroot in a sandwich”. Despite this he has a young and fresh perspective which is portrayed magnificently through his story telling and attention to detail.