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  1. Cardinal
    by Pinegrove
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    Old Friends Old Friends
  2. Everybody Works
    by Jay Som
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    The Bus Song The Bus Song
  3. Alvvays
    by Alvvays
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    Adult Diversion Adult Diversion
  4. The Legend
    by bob wiseman
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    Just Tourists Just Tourists
    It's Bob, solo acoustic in front of a small crowd, doing great, uncluttered versions of these songs. One of his most cogent and convincing records.
  5. Deserter's Songs (Instrumentals)
    by Mercury Rev
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    Holes Holes
    appears in 1 other collection
  6. Árstíðir - Live in Dresden 2013 (FREE DOWNLOAD - includes Heyr himna smiður)
    by Árstíðir
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    Heyr, himna smiður (live at Wuppertal train station) Heyr, himna smiður (live at Wuppertal train station)
    A great performance and terrific piece of viral marketing. I'll probably buy their whole collection once I digest this. Sounds like the best of Arvo Part and Sigur Ros at church.
  7. Kidsticks
    by Beth Orton
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    Moon Moon
  8. Worth the Wait
    by Gregg Cagno
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    The Part That Repeats The Part That Repeats
    Journeyman folk troubadour hits his stride. Part earnest JT, part sly, laid-back comic, Cagno has broadened his sound nicely (the addition of dobro is excellent). He's the kind of folkie you'll want to have a beer with.
    appears in 1 other collection
  9. Turn Into
    by Jay Som
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    Next To Me Next To Me
    What a solid record! Kind of like Liz Phair if she'd listened to more Shoegaze stuff. No bad cuts. Endearingly lo-fi but never cliche or trendy. Good songwriting too, which is something waaaaay too many musicians forget about.
  10. We Already Have Birds That Sing
    by Life in a Blender
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    Mamanama Mamanama
    A throbbing muscle of crafty rock fronted by a grumpy office worker who resembles Charlie Brown in middle age. Awesome stuff.
  11. Homewrecker Spoon
    by Life in a Blender
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    Go To Man Go To Man
    Another great release. This band just gets better and better.