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Demonic Sweaters

New York, New York
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  1. Everybody Wins!
    by Curb Cobain
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    Welcome Welcome
    appears in 1 other collection
  2. Egomaquia
    by Oscar
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    Sol Sol
  3. January 2017 Rock House Session
    by E. Fowlkes Sextet
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    To Each Their Own To Each Their Own
  4. Opus One
    by Wayne Rowand
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    Sunrise Sunrise
    appears in 1 other collection
  5. The Mind Map
    by Kazaki
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    Swiss Knife Swiss Knife
    I was spending time searching though random bandcamp releases looking for something that caught my ear, then I stumbled upon Kazaki. Electronic based music with vocals, put together in an incredibly creative and mesmerizing way. This is a truly unique work by somebody who seems to be absolutely unique and fully immersed in the creative arts. It's inspiring, fun, and also sincere music. One of the best things I've heard in a while.
  6. Morning Day
    by FOLK9
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    China Town China Town
    A lazy summer's day on the beach and a warm breeze are perfectly complementary to this album. Who knew Thailand had artists making music that sounded this hip? Chorus-y guitars, melodic washed out vocals, and cool chill beats, round off this modern musical presentation of psychedelia. Very very good!
  7. Sounds of the Unseen
    by Source
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    Aya Aya
    Wow, what can be said about this LP? This is incredibly interesting, meditative music. It's calming, yet alien and truly atmospheric. Fans of Robert Rich, Brian Eno would really like this. Like me.
    by Martín Lambert
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    No se sabe No se sabe
    This is an absolutely fantastic album. Imagine Bitches Brew era Miles Davis mixed with Tortoise, but with it's own unique take. The recording is great, playing is filled with emotion and feeling, compositions are inspiring, dynamic, dark, beautiful and at times playful. Not totally jazz, not totally rock, but just a great LP all around. I highly recommend this.
  9. Cyberspace Database
    by Fornax Void
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    Defragmentation Process Defragmentation Process
    Though Fornax Void has only released two albums, you can hear a major progression in sound from his first until this one. I like them both, but I really love Cyberspace Database. A careful selection of vintage 90s synth pads, delicate and minimal compositions, with an extremely careful ear to detail, Mr. Void has created a truly special release that will turn your life into a fully immersive 1990s RPG.
  10. Polybius
    by Demonic Sweaters
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    Autumn Sun Autumn Sun
  11. Spiral Revelation
    by Steve Roach
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    We Continue We Continue
    Steve Roach has always been a huge inspiration to me. His music is timeless, spiritual, hypnotic, and engrossing. I got it on CD and it sounds amazing. The CD came packed with such care, and inside there were several postcards with info and a very cool one of Steve in 2016 and on the reverse in 1983. There's such clarity and depth when listening on headphones. I greatly admire this man's dedication to his art and consistency over so many years. This is essential Steve Roach.