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  1. Cost of Living
    by Downtown Boys
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    A Wall A Wall
    by XXYYXX
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    About You About You
  3. Population Control
    by Amygdala
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    Rose Buds Rose Buds
  4. Futility+Untitled
    by Primitive Man
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    Futility Futility
    by B L A C K I E... All Caps, With Spaces
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    Numbers Not A Name Numbers Not A Name
  6. 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
  7. Noise
    by BORIS
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    Vanilla Vanilla
  8. 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...
    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!
  10. 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...
  11. New York Fascist Week
    by BLXPLTN
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    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...


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