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Laura Jane Brubaker

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local music junkie // nice-person-in-residence

former MD @ WTBU [boston]
freelance photog/writer [philly]


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  1. 1000 Boys
    by Matt Duncan
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  2. Mam Yinne Wa
    by Alogte Oho and his Sounds of Joy
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    Mam Yinne Wa Mam Yinne Wa
  3. Someday We'll Linger in the Sun
    by Gaelynn Lea
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  4. Ebb & Flow
    by Brown Bird
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  5. Highschool Never Ends
    by Mykki Blanco feat. Woodkid
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  6. January 2009
    by Vio/Miré
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    Shrinking Coasts Shrinking Coasts
    Evokes every feeling, in the best possible way.
  7. Poplar Hollow
    by Mike Gangloff
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    Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies Queen Of The Earth, Child Of The Skies
    I am wildly fascinated by the melding of sounds, forms, & instruments across geographic & cultural borders. Mike Gangloff has paired the well known sounds of Appalachian folk with the less known (at least in American music) shruti box, an Indian drone instrument. The match, while unlikely, is sublime. What results is something at once familiar and hauntingly, beautifully unknown. This listening experience is not to be missed.
  8. Trimmings of Hides
    by Norwegian Arms
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    Run! Ran! Run! Rah! Run! Ran! Run! Rah!
    One of my very favorite songs of all time ever.
  9. Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll
    by Various Artists
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    B.C.K. B.C.K.
    This supremely important collection serves up a small slice of the effervescent rock scene in Cambodia, before it was decimated by the Khmer Rouge. Let's not be led to think that rock and roll is the exclusive purview of white men; it's worth seeking out what everyone else has been up to.