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  1. REMAINS
    by B L A C K I E... All Caps, With Spaces
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    Numbers Not A Name Numbers Not A Name
  2. Mykki Blanco presents Gay Dog Food
    by Mykki Blanco
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    Moshin In The Front feat. Cities Aviv Moshin In The Front feat. Cities Aviv
  3. Noise
    by BORIS
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    Vanilla Vanilla
  4. Black Bottom
    by Tamar-kali
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    maimed maimed
    One of my top 5 records since it came out in 2010... Enough said. Fierce, political metal from a powerful Afrikan womxn... Familiar, yet like nothing you've heard before. Soulful and devastating, and always beautiful...
  5. IMAGINE YOUR SELF IN A FREE AND NATURAL WORLD (2014)
    by B L A C K I E... All Caps, With Spaces
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    Forest Of Ex-Lovers Forest Of Ex-Lovers
    If Max Roach and Onyx were to collaborate on a record produced by 1990's-era Marilyn Manson, it might feel like this harsh, complex, wholly unique soundscape. B L A C K I E is easily one of my favorite artists, and this is possibly his finest record to date. GET IT, and support great Black music!
  6. La Armada
    by La Armada
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    El Credito es el Anzuelo El Credito es el Anzuelo
    This is my #1 HC record for the past few years... Complex compositions, technical proficiency, and on-point politics (I LOVE that these dudes from the DR rep their Afrikan heritage - - this album introduced me to my favorite Malcolm X quote!). They put on one hell of a live show as well... This furious anti-colonial, metal-influenced record is a modern classic you must own, especially if you support Afro-punk...
  7. New York Fascist Week
    by BLXPLTN
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    FEMA FEMA
    It breaks my heart so few people seem to have copped this album. Dark, downbeat electronic music with upbeat punk flavor... Politically relevant as fuck, and a super well-structured record. Even manages to outdo their previous release. If you like people doing new and exciting things with the well-worn genres of punk and industrial / new wave / darkwave, please get this and support some rad Black folk making rad Black music...
  8. Fetish Bones
    by Moor Mother
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    KBGK KBGK
    This is quickly becoming one of my favorite records. Possibly the most politically hard hitting, spiritual, creative (and, at times, catchy!) extreme music release in a minute. Melding both ambient and harsh noise at its finest, this is industrial hip-hop with message. You should totally support this artist; she's come into her own with this one. Every track is perfectly placed, and has power...
  9. Scorn
    by Primitive Man
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    Rags Rags
    My favorite song varies, depending on the day. Primitive Man melds the genres of Doom and Crust / Grind better than almost anyone else, and seamlessly at that. Featuring industrial interludes to cleanse the palate between assaults, this record flows wonderfully and gets better with each listen. This band got me excited about heavy music again!
  10. Culture Control
    by Minority Threat
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    Whitewashed Whitewashed
    An all-black hardcore band that débuts a strong, original voice while staying true to the good, old-school HC formula. Calling out white supremacy, internalized oppression, patriarchal scene violence, addiction and the genocidal police, this is a classic ep in terms of form and content. I heard 'em scream "Like B.I.G I'm having suicidal thoughts...", and almost wept at music like this that is NOT afraid to be Black...
  11. While They Were Sleeping
    by Candiria
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    Behind These Walls Behind These Walls
    Since I was a 14 year old in Brooklyn just getting into hardcore, I've been down with Candiria. 21 years later, it is great to hear this band incorporating their signature math-y, jazz-y heaviness into territory I can only describe as screamo or even nu-metal. In the hands of another band, the product could be awful. With this, however, I think they have given us their best record. A heartfelt, unapologetic concept album with great flow and variety... GET IT!

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