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Antwerp, Belgium
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  1. Boyfriend
    by We Are Trees
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    Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset
  2. Girlfriend
    by We Are Trees
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    Teenage Heartbreak Teenage Heartbreak
  3. Back At It
    by COLIC
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    The Avett Brothers - Die, Die, Die Cover The Avett Brothers - Die, Die, Die Cover
    the cover kills it
    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Why Not Just Be Solo
    by Lebanon Hanover
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    Albatross Albatross
  5. Winter Phase
    by Exit Signs
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    Week One Week One
  6. A Fragile Geography
    by rafael anton irisarri
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    Empire Systems Empire Systems
    Only few ambient artists can fill the void with a story as noteworthy as Rafael's A Fragile Geography, where the loss of his equipment forced him to approach his work in a different angle. It's an album inspired by feelings that evoke rainy noise along with anger and powerlessness. Where most ambient artists simply try to create a meditational state that feels rather chill, Rafael elevates the genre from the hazy bedroom to the chambers of reflection that is reminiscent of Lynch cinema and Moby.
  7. Little Victories
    by Krobak
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    And there by the River I lost my Glasses And there by the River I lost my Glasses
    This album came at the right moment in my life; after a long period of feeling down from a breakup and creative burnout I stumbled upon a tree that was destroyed by a recent storm. The light was magnificent and made it seem as if the tree were still alive even when it was split in half. The same day I stumbled upon Krobak and their album inspired me to write a poem about the tree. It gave me alot of strength to pull my head out of the clouds, now I'm able to dream with my feet on the ground.