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Maya Zimmerman

Chicago, Illinois
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  1. The Brightest Ones
    by Freya
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    Safe Space Safe Space
  2. Dear Café, It's Food
    by Dayuna
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    Talisman Talisman
  3. Stranger Things Have Happened, if Only You'd Remember Them
    by Freya
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    It's Funny You Should Mention It's Funny You Should Mention
  4. NEUTRALITE
    by Disasterpeace
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    Neutralite the Hero Neutralite the Hero
  5. Little Histories
    by Cloudkicker
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    Hassan Hassan
  6. Get Olde Second Wind
    by Crying
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    Open Open
  7. Never Knows Best
    by O' God the White Whale
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    Brand New Song Brand New Song
  8. Pop Ramen
    by Love Hz
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    Expectation Modulation Expectation Modulation
  9. Aphorisms
    by Red Sparowes
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    The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein Lies The Answer The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein Lies The Answer
    This is a band that relies on taking their time to blow your mind, but if you'd like a quick and easy intro, this album is perfect. If you're into Godspeed and/or Pg.Lost, you'll probably be into Red Sparowes as well.
  10. S P I R I T O F A C I T Y E P
    by Moscow Metro
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    Future Fades Future Fades
    While fairly simplistic Post Rock, every track on this album is a gem, culminating in the haunting Cosmos, a song about Carl Sagan and how his death was used by others without regard to his thoughts and feelings in life.
  11. The Black Box
    by aivi & surasshu
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    Lonely Rolling Star (Missing You) Lonely Rolling Star (Missing You)
    If Anamanaguchi reinvented Chiptune by melding it seamlessly with a Rock band, aivi & surasshu can certainly be attributed with reinventing it again.

    It's one thing to mix 8 bit sounds with other sounds. Plenty of artists have done this over the years, myself included. It's really nothing special in itself. These artists stand out because they made something truly amazing that stands on its own, regardless of how it was made.

    Also, there's a cover of Lonely Rolling Star, so bonus points there.

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