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Jess Tuckwood

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  1. Obduction - Original Game Soundtrack
    by Robyn Miller
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    Machine Step Machine Step
    I'm playing Obduction now. The game is absolutely stunning, and the music really helps set the tone of it. Robyn has outdone himself in creating it. I adore the Myst feel.
  2. Mass Effect Metal Covers
    by Sebdoom
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    Main Theme (metal cover) Main Theme (metal cover)
    Sebdoom does a brilliant job at covering some of the highlights to Mass Effect's incredible score(s). I love all of these tracks, but the metal cover of the Main Theme strikes something inside of me that won't let up - it's beautiful.
  3. Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale Live in San Diego
    by The Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale
    Well-written, well-performed and hilarious as always, WTNV and the Thrilling Adventure Hour really deliver in this epic crossover.
  4. "The Debate" - Live at Roulette
    by Welcome to Night Vale
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    Sample Clip - Faceless Old Woman Sample Clip - Faceless Old Woman
    Cecil Baldwin teams up with an amazing voice cast to deliver The Debate to a live studio audience. I thoroughly enjoyed this extended episode, especially how all of the story lines converged into one.
  5. Max Effect
    by Big Giant Circles
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    ArmageddoN7 ArmageddoN7
    Big Giant Circles dazzles us all again with remixes of hits from the original Mass Effect game, as well as a well-placed and funny bonus track. I adored BGC's work on Legacy, and Max Effect is a very worthy companion to that.
  6. "Condos" - Live at The Bell House
    by Welcome to Night Vale
    This is, by far, my favorite Welcome to Night Vale episode yet. The story is riveting, the description humorous and terrifying by degrees, the execution flawless. Dylan Marron as Carlos was a very welcome surprise, his speech towards the end becoming one of my favorite literary pieces of anything ever. Absolutely amazing.