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EJ Olsen

Everett, Washington
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  1. The Weather
    by Pond
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    Paint Me Silver Paint Me Silver
  2. Slowdive
    by Slowdive
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    Sugar for the Pill Sugar for the Pill
  3. This Old Dog
    by Mac DeMarco
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    For the First Time For the First Time
  4. Star Stuff
    by Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2
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    All the fresh, jazzy jam tunes you need for a relaxing summer can be found in this easy-going, psychedelic treat of a record. Don't pass this one up.
  5. Sincerely, Future Pollution
    by Timber Timbre
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    Western Questions Western Questions
    Imagine if "I'm Your Man" era Leonard Cohen soundtracked a Blade Runner / Stranger Things crossover television special, and you have a pretty good idea of this record's style and mood. Moreover, it marks Timber Timbre's most pointed lyricism to date, making for an intriguing and entertaining album.
  6. My Bones Are Singing
    by Those Lavender Whales
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    Open Up Open Up
    "My Bones Are Singing" is a reminder that sometimes the simplest truths are the most profound. Those Lavender Whales strike the difficult balance between earnestness and sincerity, without emotional pandering or thematic dilution. It’s a peculiar, refreshing, and beautiful record. Read my full review here:
  7. Either/Or
    by Elliott Smith
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    Say Yes Say Yes
    Elliott Smith had an inimitable proficiency in writing sad songs that are purely cathartic, free of self-indulgence. It's a shame how he left the earth, but these songs are, and will continue to be, an invaluable gift to the musicians, the poets, and the brokenhearted who hear them.
  8. Hang
    by Foxygen
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    On Lankershim On Lankershim
    "Hang" is a magical concoction of pastiche. It somehow manages to be both maximalist and nuanced, both self-aware and endearing. While they owe great debts to their timeless inspirations, Foxygen's flawless production may have ensured that they've created a timeless record of their own.
  9. The Lovely Grind
    by Leava
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    Impressive Waste Impressive Waste
    "The Lovely Grind" is Leava’s most passionate and immediate work, challenging the notion of celebrity and reminding us that the biggest and smallest of names all meet the same end. Read my full review here:
  10. The Harp Family Hymnbook: Volume II
    by Various artists
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    Wayfaring Stranger Wayfaring Stranger
    "Harp Family Hymnbook Vol. II" takes massive steps ahead for sacred music in the contemporary age. Though it’s a flawed record, it leaves a positive impression and demonstrates that there is still room for hymns in modern music. Read my full review here:
  11. Effervescent Lure
    by Carol Cleveland Sings
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    Ennui Ennui
    'Effervescent Lure' is a psychedelic stew of retro synthpop and jubilant alt-folk whose sharp writing and danceable instrumentation begs to be shared and revisited. With the longest of the eighteen tracks clocking in at only just past three minutes (the standout single, "Ennui"), the album explores a wide range of lyrical themes and musical ideas without becoming aimless or repetitive. PS: it sounds great on vinyl, too.