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Alex Cockle

  1. Kaiwaka, New Zealand
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 10
  2. following 13
  1. Skinny Mirror
    by Goodshirt
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    Out Of Our League Out Of Our League
  2. Thats Where Its At.
    by Jamie Collier
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    So Many Questions So Many Questions
    I cool album, with a cool sound! When listening I cant avoid the comparison with some of Ben Harpers better stuff. With a very 'Tahuna breaks' sound on 'So many questions'
  3. Not Ready to Die
    by Hashman
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    Doggy Doggy
    Great album from Hashman, with some awesome harmonies on 'Doggy', and shades of the great 'epic rock' sounds of the 60s (like Procol Harums' 'In held twas i') on 'In my time of dying'.
  4. Interns
    by Interns
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    Mac User Mac User
    COOL debut album by Interns. I love the sound these guys have achieved (like a kiwi Warren Zevon playing with the Kinks).
  5. Officer's Mess EP
    by Leather Sheets
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    Bryan Bryan
    What a lovely soulful voice and sound. Reminiscent of merging Melissa Etheridge and Tadpole with a Jimi Hedrix'y sound. Very nice.
  6. Lil' Golden Book
    by Princess Chelsea
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    The Cigarette Duet The Cigarette Duet
  7. I Built You This
    by Amelia and the Other Stuff
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    Chalk Chalk
  8. goodbye hunger
    by FADEOUT
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    hunger games hunger games
    Another wonderful demo album from FADEOUT!
    Most notably for some very moving harmonies on; "Hunger games" (Daisy and Louis I'm guessing), and "Lies and goodbyes" (James and James I'm guessing).
    I also love the absolutely sullen sounds of those two and "I knew it".
    Cool, cool, cool, cool, cool.
  9. Separator
    by Rackets
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    Separator Separator
  10. Boney's yellow brick road (demo)
    by FADEOUT
    00:00/00:00
    No mistake No mistake
    This is the truly awesome debut demo album from FADEOUT. Very rough around the edges, but after listening a couple of times, I've started to wonder "if they changed anything would i like it as much". The lead guitar/vocal/lyricist is only 11, the organ/harmonica/vocal/lyricist is 13, and the remaining rythym-guitar/vocal/lyricist is a little older (their dad). This is definitely the best (free, but i brought it after loving it so much) album I've listened to on bandcamp since it was released.