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Andrew Pearsall

  1. Rock
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  1. Yamadori
    by Bear the Mammoth
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    Hieronymus Bosch Hieronymus Bosch
  2. Whisky Time
    by Whisky Smile
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    Army of Drunkness Army of Drunkness
  3. Departure Songs
    by We Lost The Sea
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    A Gallant Gentleman A Gallant Gentleman
  4. Panorama, in ten pieces.
    by Dumbsaint
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    Cold Call Cold Call
  5. Huxwhukw and the Crooked Beak of Heaven Remixes
    by Serious Beak
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    Enkidu - Baxwbakwalanuksiwé (Filthy Ambience mix) Enkidu - Baxwbakwalanuksiwé (Filthy Ambience mix)
  6. Come Midnight...
    by Adrift For Days
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    Back of the Beyond Back of the Beyond
  7. Disappearance In A Minor Role
    by Dumbsaint
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    Introductions Introductions
  8. sleepmakeswaves US EP
    by sleepmakeswaves
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    keep your splendid silent sun keep your splendid silent sun
  9. Antelope EP
    by Antelope
    00:00/00:00
    Dusk Dusk
  10. Stories From Elsewhere
    by Rhian Sheehan
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    A Thimble Full of Sorrow A Thimble Full of Sorrow
  11. Chocolate Cake
    by Valar
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    Baby I like the Feeling Baby I like the Feeling
  12. The Eagle Has Landed
    by Whisky Smile
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    A Shallow Grave A Shallow Grave
  13. SEIMS
    by SEIMS
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    4444 444 4444 444
    Warm, glitchy, mathy goodness. Oh and that bass tone.
  14. ...and then they remixed everything
    by sleepmakeswaves
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    our time is short but your watch is slow - 65daysofstatic remix our time is short but your watch is slow - 65daysofstatic remix
  15. The Quietest Place On Earth
    by We Lost The Sea
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    A Day and Night of Misfortune I - Day A Day and Night of Misfortune I - Day
    Balls deep post-metal. Brvtal.
  16. Gold & Red
    by Nikko
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    The Child The Child
  17. Now Here Nowhere
    by Hira Hira
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    Workforce Workforce
    HIRA HIRA RIP - 2013
  18. Something That You Feel Will Find Its Own Form
    by Dumbsaint
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    Rivers Will Be Crossed Rivers Will Be Crossed
  19. OF SMOKE AND FIRE
    by Lander Configurations
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    Tomorrow, I Will Tomorrow, I Will
  20. When All Our Fathers Worshiped Stock and Stone
    by Panzer Queen
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    Into The Golden Ocean Into The Golden Ocean
  21. October.2011
    by Clearing
    00:00/00:00
    Dither Dither
  22. Twelve Hundred Times
    by Laura
    00:00/00:00
    This Grey Earth This Grey Earth
  23. We Always Knew It Would Come To This EP
    by super FLORENCE jam
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    Anastasia Won't You Sleep With Me Anastasia Won't You Sleep With Me
  24. The Belly of The Whale
    by Valar
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    Silverman Silverman
    It was a little while coming for Valar. Not their strongest release, but they do Radiohead better than no other. 'Silverman' is simple and effective. A release that promises that the best is still to come.
  25. ...and so we destroyed everything
    by sleepmakeswaves
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    in limbs and joints in limbs and joints
    The album that catapulted sleepmakeswaves as the fore runner for experimental music in Australia.
    Energetic, powerful and emotional. This release is simply stunning.
  26. Deaden the Fields
    by Tangled Thoughts of Leaving
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    Throw Us to the Wind Throw Us to the Wind
    Tangled Thoughts of Leaving released an absolute beast of a debut record that sent fans into a pleasing headache worldwide. If you are unable to digest the epic 16 minute opener in 'Landmarks', be sure to try out 'Throw Us to the Wind' for maximum aural pleasure.
  27. Bon Chat, Bon Rat EP
    by Bon Chat, Bon Rat
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    A Still Life A Still Life
    A very unique group from the ever thriving sydney electronica scene. 'A Still Life' is essential listening.
  28. the obstacle is the path
    by sleepmakeswaves
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    the indie-shoegazey influence really shines through on this one-off-promo single. It's short, spectacular and is on par with their catalogue. You shouldn't expect less with sleepmakeswaves