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Dean Davis

  1. Houston, Texas
  2. Experimental
  1. collection 17
  2. wishlist 2
  3. followers 2
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  1. Safe Houses
    by Danny Reisch
  2. Shearwater Plays Lodger
    by Shearwater
  3. Shearwater Plays Lodger (Vinyl LP)
    by Shearwater
  4. What Does 69 Mean?
    by CHILDREN OF POP
    00:00/00:00
    Manic Manic
  5. I Want to Grow Up
    by Colleen Green
    00:00/00:00
    Pay Attention Pay Attention
  6. Guide To Bizarre Behavior
    by Guide To BIzarre Behavior
    00:00/00:00
    Bill Bill
    appears in 1 other collection
  7. Guide To Bizarre Behavior
    by Guide To BIzarre Behavior
    00:00/00:00
    Bill Bill
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. 4
    by The Bongoloids
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    Ozarka 5 Ozarka 5
  9. Sun Abuse
    by Modern Pantheist
    00:00/00:00
    Static Static
  10. WILDERNESS YEARS
    by Michael Parallax
    00:00/00:00
    FOREST FIRES FOREST FIRES
    This is some delicate, emotional, blippy, perpendicular stuff. I like anything that feels like someone was trying not to cry in the middle of a weird night, and this song caught my ear immediately.
  11. Abstract Desires
    by BLSHS
    00:00/00:00
    Blushes Blushes
    This album has a wonderful ambiance to it. There's a thickness to its textures, a neon fog, a damped vastness. It's haunting and delicate.
  12. Bedroom Reprocessing 2011-2012
    by d͢av͠er̢s̀
    00:00/00:00
    Devil Down South Devil Down South
    chopped'n'screwed and glitched out and mildly abrasive. A great palate cleanser after listening to scads of "normal" music. More upcoming!
    appears in 1 other collection
  13. Feverbones
    by Feverbones
    00:00/00:00
    Astoria Astoria
    I've seen these guys a couple times in Houston and Austin and their music is groovy and spacey and pretty. Reminds me at points of Radiohead and Grizzly Bear.
  14. Term Two
    by Earl Long
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    Right Brain (Left Brain) Right Brain (Left Brain)
    This album is by my dad and his friends, and was recorded in a record store in New Orleans. It's a mish-mash of found sounds and ambient noise and spacey effects with a little bit of rhythm and structure added in. Surprisingly cohesive and enjoyable.
    appears in 1 other collection
  15. All the Pretty Horses
    by Jonathan Meiburg
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    JM can do no wrong.
  16. The Age of Adz
    by Sufjan Stevens
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    I Want To Be Well I Want To Be Well
    This album IS a struggle with madness/sadness.
  17. All Delighted People EP
    by Sufjan Stevens
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    The Owl And The Tanager The Owl And The Tanager
    so tender and beautiful throughout. The first Sufjan album I ever bothered to understand, and it changed my perception of him as an artist and helped me survive a difficult year.