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Anirudh Tagat

  1. Bengaluru, India
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 17
  2. followers 9
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  1. Sufi La
    by Swet Shop Boys
    Thas My Girl Thas My Girl
  2. A Cheery Wave From Stranded Youngsters (7th Wave): ArcTanGent Festival Special
    by Various
    The Fierce & The Dead - Spooky Action The Fierce & The Dead - Spooky Action
  3. Another Language
    by This Will Destroy You
    New Topia New Topia
  4. Hello Sin Nation
    by Killer Fan
    02) Revolving Around 02) Revolving Around
    Killer Fan makes killer music, obviously. This album is so diabolical, it's probably the soundtrack to the depths of hell.
  5. Subsume
    by Cloudkicker
    A weather front was stalled out in the Pacific--like a lonely person, lost in thought, oblivious of time. A weather front was stalled out in the Pacific--like a lonely person, lost in thought, oblivious of time.
  6. Endless
    by Opposition
    Withdrawal Withdrawal
    Endless is straight up brutality. Nothing less than a thorough night at your local gentleman's fight club (sledgehammers only).
  7. Ghost
    by Anup Sastry
    The Boss Level The Boss Level
    Sure, the guitar parts are inhuman, but the djent wizardry on this album is scaling new heights with each listen.
  8. Hello
    by Cloudkicker
    This is all about space dreams. I'm convinced. The artwork just fits the music beautifully.
  9. East of the Sun & West of the Moon
    by It's Not Night: It's Space
    V.I.T.R.I.O.L. V.I.T.R.I.O.L.
    Intense compositions that always take me far and wide in the aural spectrum. Their album 'Bowing...' takes things to a whole new level (pun completely intended).
  10. //A Journey to the Heart of Matter
    by //orangenoise
    Chaser Chaser
    Amazing shoe/chappalgaze from Pakistan. These guys make the most delirious music.
  11. Glow In The Gloom
    by Gargle
    Meditation Meditation
    Heard of them from Constellation Records, and is the definitive collection of soothing music, and the oxymoron that describes it perfectly - Modern Classical.
  12. Elements
    by Eschar
    Singularity Singularity
    A very good example of furious music in the post-rock realm of music in the UK. Really loved these guys when I first heard 'Singularity' off A Cheer Wave.
  13. Lagrange Points
    by Mooncake
    Rain In The Ashtray Rain In The Ashtray
    Very good post-rock from Russia, with brilliant movements and compositions. I would say this album contains music that spans a wide range of the musical spectrum, making for a very interesting listen every single time.
  14. Dyed In The Wool Ghost
    by British Theatre
    Give A Man Enough Rope And He Will Hang Us All Give A Man Enough Rope And He Will Hang Us All
    What a beautiful band, they have thus far never failed to impress me with the calculated use of sound.
  15. A Cheery Wave From Stranded Youngsters: UK Post-Rock / Instrumental / Math-Rock (4th Wave).
    by Various Artists
    Singularity Singularity
    These compilations are truly worth listening to, purely because it helps one learn about the amazing talent that is creating a quiet, sometimes raucous sound in basements across the UK.
  16. Fade
    by Cloudkicker
    Making Will Mad Making Will Mad
    Mellower than usual, but who can complain when Ben Sharp puts out such crazily good music once in a while and just reminds us of just how much music can change our lives.
  17. EP
    by British Theatre
    Gold Bruise Gold Bruise
    This was the first EP that turned out to be a well-honed precursor (and afterthought).