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Michael Rodino

  1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 19
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  1. Pinegrove - Audiotree Live
    by Pinegrove
    Need 2 Need 2
  2. sometimes i sit and think, and sometimes i just sit
    by courtney barnett
    Pedestrian At Best Pedestrian At Best
  3. The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas
    by courtney barnett
    Avant Gardener Avant Gardener
  4. Sprained Ankle
    by Julien Baker
    Rejoice Rejoice
  5. Meridian
    by Pinegrove
    Palisade Palisade
  6. A Story in Parts
    by Sam Pinkerton
    Part I Part I
  7. Needs
    by Carroll
    Sticks Sticks
  8. No Notes
    by Clair Morgan
    Breathe out Breathe out
    Math Rock influenced Shins. I cannot say enough about how wonderful this record is. Just listen to it and feel it work its magic.
  9. Set Fire
    by The Box Tiger
    Set Fire To Your Friends Set Fire To Your Friends
    One of the most intriguing voices I've heard over this gritty and inspired instrumentation. Deserves more and more looks every day.
  10. Quitters
    by Lauren O'Connell
    The Same Things The Same Things
    Lauren is a rarely celebrated kind of musician, one who's sincere above all else. Her quiet delivery and heartbreaking choice of perfect metaphor and all too real stories only hold you closer. Lauren got me hooked to her words on YouTube, but sold me when I saw her live, where her voice transformed from this quiet and controlled method of delivery to an emotional powerhouse that kicked me in the gut. I have sincerely not looked at singer-songwriters the same way since.
  11. Person, Place, or Thing
    by Way, Shape, or Form
    A Subtle Misspelling A Subtle Misspelling
    This is a record that screams brilliance, past, present and future. It's an exercise of control and an even greater display of balance between pure musicianship and a real sensibility for what a good SONG is. This record is going to last for a long time. That's a promise.
  12. String & Twine
    by Tancred
    Bones Bones
    I sincerely wonder some days if Now, Now was not just a supergroup of three world famous musicians put together before each artist became world famous due to some sort of Time Lord intervention. Jess Abbott is a wizard on guitar, and her imagery is unassuming at first until it takes complete hold of your brain for days.
  13. We Are Rising (Instrumentals)
    by Son Lux
    Let Go (Instrumental) Let Go (Instrumental)
    I will listen to the instrumentals and the full record back to back on repeat on a regular basis. This is electronic music done with grace and hook. This is what I want on my radio every day.
  14. Hard Youth, Hardly You
    by W. C. Lindsay
    The Narrow Road to the Deep North The Narrow Road to the Deep North
    W.C. Lindsay is exactly what young musicians should aspire to be, creative and forward thinking, and having fun while doing so. There's not a better example of what Philadelphia is doing right now than W. C.
  15. Son Lux (BreakThru Radio Session)
    by Son Lux
    Leave The Riches (Live) Leave The Riches (Live)
    My absolute favorite live performance of one of the most underrated composers, and insanely talented vocalists. People don't give Ryan enough credit for how emotionally captivating his vocal performance can be. This is proof.
  16. Flex Fantasy
    by AVAN LAVA
    Pure As Love Pure As Love
    Infectious choruses, cheesy melodies that never leave, Avan Lava is the way throwback throws forward.
  17. We Are Rising - REMIXED
    by Son Lux
    Chase (Deru Remix) Chase (Deru Remix)
  18. Alabama Shakes EP
    by Alabama Shakes
    Hold On Hold On
    No one expected this, and these to become greats. But that was what made it intimately anthemic in our minds.
  19. Nighty Night
    by 8in8
    Because the Origami Because the Origami
    Look at the people involved, and then stop reading this comment. You need to know no more.