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Cameron Carr

  1. Punk
  1. collection 12
  2. followers 2
  3. following 6
  1. Temporary EP
    by Lost Film
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    Temporary Temporary
  2. Mantra
    by Zen Mother
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  3. Midnight
    by Corbezzolo
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    Limitlessness Limitlessness
    by cross country
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    beams beams
    Cross Country feels immediately familiar and reminiscent of indie rock greats, but takes its own spin on the genre. Intertwining guitars, steadfast punk back beats, and vocals somewhere between a croon and a yelp. It's a winner.
  5. Exploring New Lows
    by Lights Go Out
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    Let Down Let Down
    A fuzz soaked tribute to somber nights and restless emotions. It's like a "secret handshake, the kind that best friends make."
  6. To The Rhythm
    by knola
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    House House
    A beautiful blend of indie and emo. The lyrical and musical cohesiveness is stunning. Think this will be one of the most underrated albums of 2016.
  7. White Hot Moon
    by Pity Sex
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    What Might Soothe You What Might Soothe You
    A gooey record for fans of the thick and dreamy. Pity Sex manages to take influence from the shoegaze greats without sounding like a carbon copy.
  8. Foil Deer
    by Speedy Ortiz
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    Raising The Skate Raising The Skate
  9. Strangers in Ohio
    by The Busy Nothing
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    Long Walk Home Long Walk Home
    A charming approach to folk music storytelling with a slight celtic feeling in the air. While heavily produced radio-folk continues to be the norm, The Busy Nothing delivers a softer sound with stronger sentiment.
  10. Sleep Talk/Dinner Date
    by Diet Cig
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    Dinner Date Dinner Date
    Diet Cig's lyrics are as specific as they are relatable. Paired with simplistic, pumping garage-punk, this is music for the restless.
  11. Over Easy
    by Diet Cig
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    Harvard Harvard
    'Over Easy' sounds recognizable without sounding contrived. The lyrics are obscure in a way that is personal rather than abstract and the music captures the best of basement band energy. A sign of great things to come.
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    Quarterbacks is a bunch of love songs through the lens of a scrappy punk band. This isn't groundbreaking, but the band's blend of punk ethos and tender, honest emotions stands out.