This is Kyle Jones’ music collection on Bandcamp.

Kyle Jones

Portland, Oregon
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  1. II
    by The Courtneys
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    Silver Velvet Silver Velvet
  2. The Courtneys - S/T
    by The Courtneys
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    90210 90210
    by Carpenter Brut
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    Escape From Midwich Valley Escape From Midwich Valley
    by XXYYXX
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    A really great album to pilot your mech to. Lots of good tracks, lots of good strutting vibes, and I enjoy it.
  5. Arcadia, Forever
    by Arcadia, Forever
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    Max et Chloe (Live Version) Max et Chloe (Live Version)
    Soft ambient album with a Life is Strange vibe. Would be good for a 101 drive down the Oregon coast. Really like Max et Chloe, very comfy.
  6. Wriggle
    by clipping.
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    Shooter Shooter
    He got drums for that ass, get fucked. It's clipping, bitch. This is what hip hop will be in the 22nd century after the water wars.
  7. Conspiracy Pt.1
    by Gesaffelstein
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    Hatred Hatred
  8. Conspiracy Pt.2
    by Gesaffelstein
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    Conspiracy Origins Conspiracy Origins
  9. Small Things To A Giant
    by Daveed Diggs
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    Fresh From The Hood Fresh From The Hood
  10. Let's Get Electric - 1987
    by Cheap Talk
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    Push Play Push Play
    Came here from Firewatch like a lot of folks, was surprised to find such a great all around album. A hefty dose of nostalgia for a time when I was so very young.
  11. Burnt Offering
    by The Budos Band
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    Black Hills Black Hills
    Huge departure from the afrobeat sound of their earlier work, this new sound is all their own. An album I never knew was missing from my collection, and never will be again.