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Amy Trotter

  1. Ankeny, Iowa
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 13
  2. wishlist 5
  3. following 6
  1. Truth in Shades of Neon Lights (DJ Edit)
    by Acid Usagi
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  2. Where Are You Now (Single)
    by Acid Usagi
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    Acid Usagi - Where Are You Now (feat. Isabel K) Acid Usagi - Where Are You Now (feat. Isabel K)
  3. I Can't Fix You
    by The Living Tombstone
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    I Can't Fix You feat. Crusher-P I Can't Fix You feat. Crusher-P
    Channeling the energy of "Die In A Fire" and emotion of "It's Been so Long," "I Can't Fix You" Unleashes a Miasma of Powerful emotion from Anger to Sadness, and even a twisted sort of Empathy. Great on the ears and with emotional depth. 8.5/10
    RIP purple murder dude.
  4. I Got No Time
    by The Living Tombstone
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  5. Lift Off
    by All Levels at Once
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    "Lift Off" combines the bubbly organic-ish feel of Lighthouse with the more choppy aesthetic of past records while also notably showcasing Natalie's vocals further and - without alienating past solo records - continues to follow "Haunt" and comparable tracks by chiseling away a defined image for ALAO as a duo dynamic.
  6. Lighthouse
    by All Levels at Once
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    Optical Illusions Optical Illusions
    It's gotten to the point where i buy ALAO stuff without even listening to it first because i know it's gonna be awesome. This EP is very interesting insomuch as there is much more emphasis on the smaller "far" sounding vocals instead of the easily-audible faster-paced stuff like in previous records. That, combined with the bubbly instrumentals work together well to create an ALAO release with more of a whimsical, organic feel then say Tessellate or OLW which are much glitchier and shriller
  7. No More Eight Bit
    by All Levels at Once
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    It's a Long Way to the Ground It's a Long Way to the Ground
    With the exception of "Beeps" this album delves into a darker territory than Tesselate or Our Little World. While there are glimmers of hope around the edges of "Wizard" and "Apocolypse", the rest of the album displays a frustrated honesty alongside ALAO's signature energy. An excellent addition to Austin's arsenal, and with very kawaii artwork by Ms. Butler i may add ^^
  8. Tessellate
    by All Levels at Once
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    Lament Lament
    This Album has an Utterly unique blend of energy and melancholy, and was the gateway drug into my addiction to ALAO's Stuff. Completely unlike any other album i have ever heard, even amoung ALAO's stuff.
  9. Mirrors (Deluxe Version)
    by Aviators
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    Brain Damage (Bonus Track) Brain Damage (Bonus Track)
    Aviators is a real musical oddity (for me anyways), and i mean that in the best way possible. Every one of his albums combines professional production quality with the unrestrained artistic freedom and unfiltered sincerity of an independent artist, where many times one is forced to choose one or the other. Anthems of Hope and Love alongside Dirges of Rage and Despair capture the Human Experience within an Alternative and Electronic fusion that is a delight for ears and hearts alike.
  10. Here Today Gone Tomorrow
    by JAMES ♥
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    Still Here Still Here
    This albums finds and exploits the beauty in discord and sounds like a galaxy with plugs instead of planets and wires instead of rings. : )
  11. Synesthesia
    by General Mumble
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    Underwater Underwater
    Previously, even if i liked Mumble's stuff i saw it more as a little here and there and everywhere like an EDM shotgun. But this album is a full length LP with an Established style that i can turn a friend and say "hey, have you heard this awesome album by general mumble?"
  12. Die In a Fire
    by The Living Tombstone
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    Die In a Fire (Feat. EileMonty and Orko) Die In a Fire (Feat. EileMonty and Orko)
    If there is such a thing as moshing to electronic music, this is the perfect track to do that.
  13. Ghosts in the Code
    by Aviators
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    Upside Down Upside Down
    Aviators is a real musical oddity (for me anyways), and i mean that in the best way possible. Every one of his albums combines professional production quality with the unrestrained artistic freedom and unfiltered sincerity of an independent artist, where many times one is forced to choose one or the other. Anthems of Hope and Love alongside Dirges of Rage and Despair capture the Human Experience within an Alternative and Electronic fusion that is a delight for ears and hearts alike.