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aaron smith

  1. Electronic
  1. collection 13
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  1. HOPE
    by Seaside Caves
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    Wreckage Wreckage
  2. A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings
    by Beach Slang
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    Punks In A Disco Bar Punks In A Disco Bar
  3. The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us
    by Beach Slang
    00:00/00:00
    Throwaways Throwaways
  4. New Teeth
    by High Dive
    00:00/00:00
    Anything to Anyone Anything to Anyone
  5. Totem
    by Baton Rouge
    00:00/00:00
    Côte du Py Côte du Py
  6. Rent Series 2
    by Cowboy Angels
    00:00/00:00
    The Last Song I Will Write About God The Last Song I Will Write About God
    It's all gold
  7. Demo Tracks
    by Bells Atlas
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    Incessant Noise (Demo) Incessant Noise (Demo)
    Awesome. Someone said it sounded like a Nigerian version of Tortoise with vocals. So i bought it.
  8. High Dive
    by High Dive
    00:00/00:00
    Tennessee Tennessee
    Great, rockin', heartfelt queer-core that doesn't have any of the boring repetion of it less pop hardcore brethren.
  9. Old Hands EP
    by Birkwin Jersey
    00:00/00:00
    Oxy Oxy
    This is the dude's best work thus far (including the 2013 full length). I had to pay for it simply because it is just that good.
  10. Time Doesn't Exist, Clocks Do
    by Birkwin Jersey
    00:00/00:00
    Your Big Day II Your Big Day II
    Would've been a great EP. Not as strong as "Old Hands", but still worth checking out if you wonder what happend to "folktronica".
  11. Fable Split
    by Mara'Akate
    00:00/00:00
    Electrode Potentials Electrode Potentials
    In my oppinion this was the penultimate moment in their career. Fantastic, creative, and lovingly under-produced. So good.
  12. 3-7-77
    by Mara'Akate
    00:00/00:00
    Bok Globules In Action Bok Globules In Action
  13. Jawbox on Cello: A Benefit for Cal Robbins
    by Gordon Withers
    00:00/00:00
    Desert Sea Desert Sea
    Seriously? One of my favorite DC bands re-interpreted on my favorite non-rock instrument? Fantastic.