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A music enthusiast. Not everything I listen to is here, but some of it is.
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  1. Am I Home?
    by Skeletons
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    Don't Smother It Don't Smother It
    More than a creative example of "indie rock", Skeletons manage to create a remarkable work here. The feeling of solitude, of self-criticism, it's all very evident.
    A personal point of view seen from outside, but yet felt.
    It's just fantastic.
  2. Lucas
    by Skeletons
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    What They Said What They Said
    It's another interesting album by Skeletons. It has a lot of influences and beats with it, but, as always, with the sincere lyrics. Really good.
  3. EUH! - Sewage Works
    by EUH! (Wayne Rex / KeK-W)
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    Part 1 Part 1
    Take it or leave it. A minute experience of what improvisation and noise can do. EUH! manages to leave all constraints to what define noise or experimental rock or whatever, and just let the music be itself at the moment it is being done, in the place where it is being done.
  4. Re Un
    by Névoa
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    III Conflict III Conflict
    It's a short experience, like a stick falling into a pond. Just like the album cover.
  5. Am I Home?
    by Skeletons
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Don't Smother It Don't Smother It
    More than a creative example of "indie rock", Skeletons manage to create a remarkable work here. The feeling of solitude, of self-criticism, it's all very evident.
    A personal point of view seen from outside, but yet felt.
    It's just fantastic.
  6. Minecraft - Volume Beta
    by C418
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    Ki Ki
    More of these ambient tracks. Good, overall.
  7. Minecraft - Volume Alpha
    by C418
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    Key Key
    This is more than the classic unexpected Minecraft moments. It's quality ambient.
  8. Psychopomp
    by Japanese Breakfast
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    In Heaven In Heaven
    This is a sad, nostalgic album. It's a beautiful way to listen to sadness.
  9. Rien Ni Personne ~a french compilation
    by Various Artists
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    Art & Technique - Scratchy monday Art & Technique - Scratchy monday
    Am I crazy? Am I dreaming? Are these the dreams talking? My mind just went nuts with this.
  10. Decompositions
    by Andrew Kingston
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    1 Autolament 1 Autolament
    The simple concept of deconstructing a composition, or "noise" into a totally different thing, though organized, is a marvelous idea. I like how Kingston explored through this, creating a new thing out of other.
    appears in 1 other collection
  11. Passing Frames
    by Joel Helander
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    The Dusty Dictionary The Dusty Dictionary
    A happy, nostalgic album full of surprises and piano. Beautiful.

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