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  1. Sounds Of Crenshaw Vol. 1
    by Terrace Martin Presents The Pollyseeds
    Intentions (feat. Chachi) Intentions (feat. Chachi)
  2. Family Dinner - Volume 1
    by Snarky Puppy
    Free Your Dreams Free Your Dreams
  3. Seven Summers
    by Shaun Martin
    Madiba Madiba
    Stellar debut by Shaun with a soulful, personal and diverse album. One Big Party, Yellow Jacket and Madiba are instant classics.
  4. Velvet Portraits
    by Terrace Martin
    Turkey Taco Turkey Taco
    Terrace has an instantly recognizable style and here he fuses p-funk, g-funk and soul into a great record to listen to and to sample from.
  5. Man Is A Monster
    by The Funk Ark
    Fugue State Fugue State
  6. Cult Of Fire - मृत्यु का तापसी अनुध्यान
    by Iron Bonehead Productions
    काली मां काली मां
    Many bands tried to infuse rock and metal with foreign instruments, and Cult of Fire are among the few that succeeded. The use of sitar and tabla here is very subtle and adds colour to the sound without relying on clichés. And it's still a solid, mean piece of metal.
  7. Death Karma - The History Of Death & Burial Rituals part I
    by Iron Bonehead Productions
    China - Hanging Coffins China - Hanging Coffins
    A collection of sonic experimentation and ethlologic explorations by Infernal Vlad, leader of Cult of Fire (you've gotta love these black metal nicknames). Despite the awfully compressed production, this is a complex record that will take a few listens to reveal its layers.
  8. Devoid of Light
    by UADA
    Black Autumn, White Spring Black Autumn, White Spring
    Modern, accessible BM in the vein of Mgła and many others. Not groundbreaking, but catchy, well executed and well produced. I find myself jamming it quite often.
  9. Passage
    by ALDA
    The Clearcut The Clearcut
  10. Libraries on Fire
    by Derek Gripper
    Duga Duga
  11. Where The Galleon Sank
    by Kobo Town
    World Is Turning World Is Turning
    Drew's lyrics are poetry to everyone who left their island in search of a better life. All KT's albums are stellar and this one is no exception.
  12. Targ
    by Bargou 08
    Mamchout Mamchout
  13. One Night on Earth: Music from the Strings of Mali
    by Derek Gripper
    Jarabi (Passion) Jarabi (Passion)
    Derek is an absolute master, and a passionate teacher, with his very unique way of translating kora music to the classical guitar.
  14. The Perils of Time Travel
    by Thank You Scientist
    Gemini Gemini
    This EP shows the talent that would later unfold in two full-length masterpieces. Thank You Scientst are what the Mars Volta wanted but failed to be in their last two albums before the split.
  15. Imarhan - Album
    by Imarhan
    Imarhan Imarhan
    Fun, groovy, original. Lots of great rock has been coming out of North Africa lately, Imarhan is a must
    by Matt Chamberlain, Viktor Krauss, and Dan Phelps
    Ocean Shelf Ocean Shelf
    A spectacular sonic voyage in company of fine musicians. Eyvind Kang's violin on the closer is pure bliss.
  17. Si Monumentum Requires, Circumspice.
    by Deathspell Omega
    Carnal Malefactor Carnal Malefactor
    A monument to Black Metal, an 80-minute brutal assault and yet one can effortlessly sit through it.
  18. Paracletus
    by Deathspell Omega
    Apokatastasis Pantôn Apokatastasis Pantôn
    The most concise and straighforward of the trilogy, and arguably the best. The bizarre closing track is up there in the pantheon with the likes of King Crimson's Starless.
  19. FAS - Ite, Maledicti, in Ignem Aeternum
    by Deathspell Omega
    A chore for the lost A chore for the lost
    Experimental, dissonant, the meanest and most evil album of the trilogy, rich with contemporary classical influences
    by Ulver
    Om Hanumate Namah Om Hanumate Namah
    Ambient, post rock, electronica, drone, and the darkness of black metal. Diverse and dense with ideas, this album masterfully encapsulates the best of Ulver's past and takes it to a new level.
  21. Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band
    by Khun Narin
    Lam Phu Thai Lam Phu Thai
    Absolutely stunning psychedelia. I'm planning a trip to northern Thailand to hear more of this!
  22. Kindly Bent to Free Us
    by Cynic
    Gitanjali Gitanjali
    Solid record with some truly blissful moments. Not quite on par with its mighty predecessors though, especially Traced In Air. Props for including the music scores in the box set.