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  1. Senpai EP II: The Noticing
    by Sithu Aye
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    Anime as Leaders (The Woven Weeab) Anime as Leaders (The Woven Weeab)
  2. Hero of Time (Music from "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time")
    by Eric Buchholz
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    Hero of Time Hero of Time
  3. Guitar Band
    by Bob Reynolds
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    Down South (Live) [feat. Mark Lettieri, Nir Felder, Kaveh Rastegar, Robert 'Sput' Searight] Down South (Live) [feat. Mark Lettieri, Nir Felder, Kaveh Rastegar, Robert 'Sput' Searight]
  4. Flint
    by Bill Laurance
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    Swag Times Swag Times
  5. Known-Unknown
    by Trichotomy
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    Five Five
    by Trichotomy
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    Strom Strom
  7. Who Bit the Moon
    by David Maxim Micic
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    Who Bit the Moon Who Bit the Moon
    At this point, I don't think David is capable of producing music that doesn't grab your ear immediately and refuse to let go. Who Bit the Moon features all of the distinctive qualities of David's previous works - the saturated walls of sound, the cinematic orchestration, the innovative electronics - and raises it the the nth degree. He hasn't soloed much on his recent records, but the one midway through the title track is blistering. Well done again, Mr. Micic!
  8. The Rhythm Future Quartet
    by The Rhythm Future Quartet
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    Cherokee Cherokee
    Fantastic gypsy jazz. Not much more needs to be said. In their debut album, the Rhythm Future Quartet show off the virtuosic chops that have since earned them glowing critical praise, and they do so in a tasteful manner that accentuates the high-energy, up-tempo and infectious music that is characteristic of the genre. Absolutely love this album!
  9. Foreword
    by Disperse
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    Tether Tether
    Boy, if some of these songs aren't the most groovy I've ever heard. Disperse absolutely knock it out of the park with their sophomore effort, injecting a sense of freshness and delight to the progressive genre. The songs on this album are noticeably less "metal" than those of Living Mirrors, but they're more distinct melodically and more fun to listen to in general. Great job gents!
  10. Amour, t'es là?
    by Banda Magda
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    Amour, t'es là? Amour, t'es là?
  11. Dunno
    by Owane
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    Multivitamin Juice Pt. 1 Multivitamin Juice Pt. 1
    Owane returns with another stellar collection of guitar-centric progressive goodness. More diverse and varied than its predecessor, this release sees Owane exploring heavier and more electronic elements, but it never sacrifices the brilliant and crisp technicality of his playing. Great licks and infectious rhythms abound in this disk, making it hard to put down. Great job Owane!


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