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  1. Overdokkse (Demo)
    by Overdokkse
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    Isolated Isolated
  2. Atonement
    by Epiglottis, Einhorn & Sebastian Crugley
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    Sebastian Crugley - Nocturnal Void Sebastian Crugley - Nocturnal Void
  3. Introspective Existentialism
    by Alldrig
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    Individualism, Aneurysm Individualism, Aneurysm
  4. Narcotic Euphoria
    by Sebastian Crugley
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    Narcotica Narcotica
  5. Uncontrolled Dreams of Exploding Skies
    by Alldrig
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    Dysthymia Dysthymia
  6. Kaori's Letter
    by A Magnificent Cold
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    Kaori's Letter (B) Kaori's Letter (B)
  7. Transient Life
    by Sebastian Crugley
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    Transient Life II: Infantile Apathy Transient Life II: Infantile Apathy
    I still think this is Sebastian's best DSBM release just because of the noisy production
  8. Oceanos de Cemento
    by Sebastian Crugley
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    Veins Veins
  9. Departure
    by Alldrig
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    Fragile Fragile
  10. Her Name Whispers Nostalgia
    by A Magnificent Cold
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    IV IV
  11. The Last Stop (Suburban Life)
    by Sun Through Eyelids, DeepDark & Sebastian Crugley
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    Train Tracks Train Tracks
  12. To Cite Psych
    by Celestaphone
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    War on Poverty War on Poverty
    Sounds like Endtroducing, but it's more psychedelic
  13. Seasongs
    by Epiglottis
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    Brown Study Brown Study
    The perfect tone
  14. this is a house falling down
    by nør løve
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    strained film: pitch strained film: pitch
    I can't believe no one is talking about this amazing noise rock album. This record kind of made me start a Bandcamp account years ago.
  15. Arrayed Above the Seraphim Lights
    by Even Oxen
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    My, My, My My, My, My
    Tasteful, really grotesque, while still kinda romantic. I like how the album starts with a brief, but loud "plebfilter" track that shakes the listener up, which is followed by really pleasant and catchy indie folk songs. The cellos in the fourth track are a nice touch, they help break the monotony of acoustic guitar. The noise tracks are just as (if not more) psychedelic and colourful as the rest.