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Brandon Keaton

  1. Wellington, New Zealand
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 9
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  1. Love Will Make You Stay (with USA Gold and Sharaya Mikael)
    by D/A/D
    This is just such a feel good track. The vocals remind me of a cross between Jenny Lewis and a young Stevie Nicks. And the lyrics in the chorus are so fun! Fantastic!
  2. Endless Summer
    by The Midnight
    Synthetic Synthetic
    There's some great music here, complete with all the feels. To choose a favourite is always tough for me. I really enjoy The Comeback Kid and Vampires, but Synthetic is just incredibly moving. Cheers for a great album!
  3. Chains
    by Brothertiger
    This lyrics in the chorus really hit home for me. Great track to just chill out to!
  4. Atlas
    by FM-84
    Goodbye (feat. Clive Farrington) Goodbye (feat. Clive Farrington)
    What a fantastic release filled with longing, regret, and love. It was tough for me to pick a favourite... I would've chosen Let's Talk, but I find the Timecop1983/Reflections mix of the song to be superior. So my 2nd pick has to be Goodbye. With "When In Rome's" Clive Farrington on vocals (and who's voice is still superb) how can you go wrong? Looking forward to whatever the future brings for FM-84!
  5. Lovers (feat. SEAWAVES)
    by Timecop1983
    I was in tears when I first heard this song. It's just a stunning piece of work that reminds me of days gone by, lovers I've had, lovers that I miss, and the ones who still have a piece of my heart with them.
  6. Wild Love (feat. Ollie Wride)
    by Timecop1983
    The lyric in particular that pricks the heart is "We have a wild love, shielding us from the world." That line perfectly sums up that beautiful first love feeling that can never really be duplicated.
  7. My First Crush (feat. Trevor Something)
    by Timecop1983
    My first crush was a girl named Terrah Hancock. This makes me think fondly of her.
  8. Let's Talk (feat. Josh Dally)
    by Timecop1983
    The vocal is so on point here - almost reminiscent of Joe Elliott from Def Leppard. The slow building synth at the start really sets the tone for what's soon to be said in the lyrics. The song has succeeded in making me cry nearly every time I've listened to it. Reminds me of my family, the 1980s, and the divorce I went through. Thank you timecop1983 & Josh Dally for such a beautiful track!
  9. Eternalism
    Too Young To Fall Too Young To Fall
    One of the best albums of 2012, and still a favourite of mine to revisit. This band is severely underrated and it was VERY hard to pick a best track. Labor of Love, No Power Great Enough, The Miracle In You, Melody Ave, and Lifeline are my faves.