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August Søren

  1. Portland, Oregon
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 52
  2. wishlist 98
  3. followers 20
  4. following 126
  1. Origin
    by Vanilla
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    Footsteps Footsteps
  2. Let's Get Electric - 1987
    by Cheap Talk
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    Push Play Push Play
  3. three.
    by whereisalex
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    drake flow. drake flow.
  4. two.
    by whereisalex
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    a theme to the last days. a theme to the last days.
  5. separate
    by whereisalex
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    the light brigade. the light brigade.
  6. Blank Banshee 0
    by Blank Banshee
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    B:/ Start Up B:/ Start Up
  7. Let's Get Electric - 1987
    by Cheap Talk
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Cheap Talk Cheap Talk
  8. Depression Cherry
    by Beach House
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Sparks Sparks
  9. 22, A Million
    by Bon Iver
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    33 "GOD" 33 "GOD"
  10. Bright Moments
    by Flamingosis
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    Bright Moments (Feat. The Kount) Bright Moments (Feat. The Kount)
  11. Clear Your Head
    by Glacier Veins
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Different Faces Different Faces
  12. Aforger
    by Douglas Dare
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Doublethink Doublethink
  13. Beach Music
    by (Sandy) Alex G
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    Bug Bug
    All I needed to hear was "Elliot Smith + shoegaze". I'm not sure that's entirely accurate but it's enough that it got me here
  14. The Sleepover Series, Volume Two
    by Hammock
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    Original Light Original Light
  15. Changing Currents
    by Julien Mier
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Yesterday's Downpour Yesterday's Downpour
  16. Another One
    by Mac DeMarco
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    The Way You'd Love Her The Way You'd Love Her
    I was introduced to Mac DeMarco by chance and I love everything about this album. The informality, the spontaneity, how just darn cheerful it is. And his voice heals rifts in my soul.
  17. To The Child Drifting Out At Sea
    by Owsey
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    Sarah's Summer Wasteland Sarah's Summer Wasteland
    Owsey's music is beautiful, and I love this latest collection so much. Master of atmospheres and absolutely gorgeous mosaics of sound.
  18. Stranger (Skrillex Remix w/ Tennyson & White Sea)
    by Skrillex
  19. Ultra Rare Vol 1
    by Mystery Skulls
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    Together Together
    All my wildest dreams just came true. MYSTERY SKULLS FOR PRESIDENT
  20. ALL MY SH*T GOT JACKED
    by Alexander Lewis
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    5 5
    Artists support artists. Alexander Lewis is legendary and we need him to stay in the game <3
  21. Thoughts EP
    by petet
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    Two Years Two Years
    appears in 1 other collection
  22. Remixes & Stuff
    by Stumbleine
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    Asa - Leave the light on (Stumbleine remix) Asa - Leave the light on (Stumbleine remix)
  23. Carrie & Lowell
    by Sufjan Stevens
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    Fourth of July Fourth of July
    This was my introduction to Sufjan, and it remains my favorite. It's an incredibly important album to me emotionally, and its setting in Oregon makes it devastatingly personal. Only Sufjan Stevens can make emotional numbness ecstatically beautiful and crushingly poignant in the same breath.
  24. OSLO - Vol. 1 (CBNR019)
    by OSLO
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    Untitled Untitled
  25. Glittervoice
    by Borealis
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    Lover Lover
    I'm still a little baffled why this album appeals to me so much.
    It centers around a sense of longing and ethereal beauty. Lamenting, forlorn choral voices evoke the northern lights. There's a continuing sense of longing, loss, and sadness.
    And then all of it is covered by a muddy layer of bass, alluring but looping percussion, and strange samples and synths.
    It takes getting into, but it's fascinating.
  26. Ocean Death EP
    by Baths
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    Yawn Yawn
    This is probably the most emotionally painful and beautiful Baths record to date, and while challenging, it's worthwhile. Another very personal EP for me. He's singing my thoughts, catastrophic and mundane, back to me, and his voice is as angelic as ever.
  27. Departure Songs
    by Hammock
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    Ten Thousand Years Won't Save Your Life Ten Thousand Years Won't Save Your Life
    This album is essential to my musical psyche... it's also behind much of my love of ambient music. I don't know how better I can describe it. It's massive, embracing, and evokes solitude- good and bad, alone and in company- better than anything I know.
  28. Drum Therapy
    by Tor
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    Glass & Stone Glass & Stone
    An entrancing, mysterious, beautiful, lo-fi, acoustic, electronic, reverberating-bass-drum-hit-in-the-forest kind of record.
    High vocals, cellos, strings, rhodes, guitars, and vinyl drums, crackling away in a distant cabin in the woods, in a window overlooking a damp alley, in the empty space around you.
    What I want the downtempo/beats/etc genre to be, and where I want it to go.
  29. Hieroglyphics EP
    by Sorrow
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    Mourner Mourner
    All the shit I wanted Sorrow to release. HE RELEASED IT.
  30. Vapor
    by Yosi Horikawa
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    Wandering Wandering
    A masterful blend of astounding percussion, expansive ambience, and interesting vocals.
    Engaging and meticulous; a fascinating blend of breathtaking creaks, spashes, forest sounds, sharp wooden cracks, and amazing ambience.
    Diverse and wonderful.
  31. 21.12.2012
    by Sorrow
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    More haunting sound from Sorrow. Listening to this is like being immersed in the collective struggle, pain, and occasional beauty of all of human existence. Magnificently meditative.
  32. Gone Home: Original Soundtrack
    by Chris Remo
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    See You Soon See You Soon
    Great nostalgic soundtrack; becomes alternately mysterious, comforting, creepy, etc to match the twists of the game.
    Over time, this soundtrack has accrued significant meaning for me, and simply hearing "See You Soon" has an almost sinister tendency to instantly relocate me to the Greenbriar front porch, after midnight, hearing the rain pouring down outside.
  33. Oregon Soundscapes
    by John Hartog
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    Ocean Mist - Cape Falcon Ocean Mist - Cape Falcon
    Amazing field recordings of some of the most distinctive, beautiful parts of the Pacific Northwest.
  34. A.A.$.B
    by Kamandi and POLO
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    I've followed Kamandi since I first heard "Distortion Wolf" (Still my favorite track by him)... wanted to support this latest release.
    Characteristic high distorted vocals, muted synths, reverb, vintage percussion.
    This is a dark, mysterious record.
  35. Art Is Dead E.P
    by Sorrow
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    My Love My Love
    Sorrow's classic record. Beautiful piano parts, great percussion.
    It's moving stuff.
    Sorrow has begun to dominate my collection on Bandcamp, and it's entirely justified.
  36. Dusk to Dawn
    by emancipator
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    Minor Cause Minor Cause
    Classic pacific northwest downtempo. Really fantastic instrumentation.
    Perhaps a little too "clean" compared to his earlier records, but still great.
  37. Precious Little
    by Hiatus
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    Precious Little Precious Little
    Hiatus needs to release an album of this shit. The latest tracks from this guy are absolutely fantastic, particularly this one.
  38. This Is For Our Sins
    by Lowercase Noises
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    Famine and the Death of a Mother Famine and the Death of a Mother
    Dark, beautiful, deeply sad and longing.
    It's well worth reading up on the story that inspired this record. It can be hard to see instrumental music as storytelling, but here it unquestionably is.
  39. Lanterns
    by Son Lux
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    Easy Easy
    Fresh, percussive, subtle, unique. Son Lux's sound is a clever mixture of vocoded lyrics, melancholy chords, and a bare hiphop sound.
  40. Sword & Sworcery LP - The Ballad of the Space Babies
    by Jim Guthrie
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    The Maelstrom The Maelstrom
    This is simply an amazing lp; it limits itself in neither genre nor length. Nicely minimalist, but everything is well placed.
    Evokes the mysteries of the game fantastically.
  41. Minecraft - Volume Beta
    by C418
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    Ki Ki
    An excellent, self-aware recreation and vast expansion of the soundtrack that basically defined how cubes should sound. Certain tracks off this volume move into immensely beautiful ambient/orchestral suites that make one almost forget it all started with... big pixels?
  42. Season One
    by Loci Records
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    Diamonds Diamonds
    Good collection from good artists
  43. Nibbles
    by Klimeks
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    Block Story Block Story
    Excellent soulful bassy sounds.
  44. Shinigami E.P
    by Sorrow
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    Raindancer Raindancer
    Lovely ambivalent bass. Genius chord progressions. The percussion is delicious. Raindancer is my favorite, but Up & Down comes damn close.
  45. Holding Pattern
    by milky toad
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    Russian Railways pt.3 Russian Railways pt.3
    Mellow, lo-fi, nostalgic...
    I have found myself progressively awed by the minimalist depth of this record.