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Andrew Jones

  1. Texas
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 19
  2. following 17
  1. Sometimes
    by Goldmund
    Sometimes Sometimes
  2. Ortrotasce /// DSK 005
    by Ortrotasce
    World Un Related World Un Related
  3. Sweatbox Dynasty
    by TOBACCO
    Gods in Heat Gods in Heat
  4. Patterns of Consciousness
    by caterina barbieri
    Scratches on the Readable Surface Scratches on the Readable Surface
  5. Live
    by Sunny Day Real Estate
    The Blankets Were The Stairs The Blankets Were The Stairs
  6. American Football (LP2)
    by American Football
    I've Been So Lost for So Long I've Been So Lost for So Long
  7. Wig Out At Denko's
    by Dag Nasty
    Safe Safe
  8. End On End
    by Rites of Spring
    Spring Spring
  9. Pink Fink 7" /// DSK 007
    by Pink Fink
    Frightened Love Frightened Love
  10. Polish Night Music
    by David Lynch & Marek Zebrowski
    Night (A Landscape With Factory) Night (A Landscape With Factory)
  11. Lost Themes
    by John Carpenter
    Vortex Vortex
  12. Classic Themes Redux EP
    by John Carpenter
    Halloween Halloween
  13. Compassion
    by Lust for Youth
    Stardom Stardom
  14. RR7349
    by S U R V I V E
    A.H.B. A.H.B.
  15. mnq026
    by S U R V I V E
    Floating Cube Floating Cube
  16. The Real Me
    by Jeremy Flower
    Stay With Me Stay With Me
    Stellar composition - you feel unease and pleasantness at the will of the songs. Very compelling. The production puts you in the room with the sound. You live with the music on The Real Me.
  17. Rocky Mountain News
    by Science Partner
    Young Patriots Young Patriots
    A solid album with several compelling moments. It feels like hanging with old friends while making new ones.
  18. Physical World
    by Bart Davenport
    Fuck Fame Fuck Fame
    Moments from another time with contemporary themes write the signature on Bart Davenport albums. Physical World fuses fun compositions with near-crooning vocals to create a soundtrack to 21st-century living.
  19. Totem
    by Baton Rouge
    Train De Nuit Train De Nuit
    Hypnotic, groovy, aggressive, open, among the best of whatever you want to call this kind of music. It's a loss that Baton Rouge has disbanded, but their few releases will last.