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  1. Stable to Fire
    by Adam Brisbin
    Fake Smile Fake Smile
    A carousel through a masterwork of slinky gonzo pop, precarious folk drifters, and rollicking lowest-fi abstracts.
  2. Stranger Again
    by Blue Cactus
    Worried Man Worried Man
  3. I Hope You Are Well
    by Lionmilk
  4. On The Wind
    by Bobbie Lovesong
  5. Canada Dry
    by Anti-Westerns
  6. BIG FLOYD & DJ SCREW R.I.P MIXTAPE
    by BIG FLOYD & DJ SCREW
  7. So Sweet So Nice
    by John Moods
    Talk To Me Talk To Me
  8. earth tones
    by Izzy Johnson
    An ethereal and transcending work
  9. **LAUGHED AT AN ATTACHMENT**
    by CALVIN LECOMPTE
    Best Wishes Blue Angel Best Wishes Blue Angel
    Brilliantly tender melodies whose charm gushes through a garbling tape-recorder fog.
  10. Pre-Form
    by Future Museums
    Peace Guppy Peace Guppy
    A synthesizer-propelled out-of-body kosmiche voyage
  11. Habibi Funk 009: Jazz, Jazz, Jazz
    by The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr
    Shaikan Music موسيقي شيكان Shaikan Music موسيقي شيكان
  12. Habibi Funk 016: Fine Anyway
    by Rogér Fakhr
    Had To Come Back Wet Had To Come Back Wet
    Similar sounding to the protest folk music of the 60s and 70s in America, Fakhr’s acoustic strumming, surreal storytelling, and hippie tambourine rhythms have a dusty charm familiar to any private press aficionado.
  13. Music for Living Spaces
    by Green-House
    Royal Fern Royal Fern
    Featherlight synthesizer melodies and rinses of rippling rhythms pass through the newest shoot “Royal Fern” like a stomata giving the compositions a living, breathing quality that flourishes within the Leaving Records garden of musical wonders.
  14. World What World
    by Mountain Movers
  15. Two Ernie Graham Songs
    by Keven Louis Lareau
  16. Tezeta
    by Hailu Mergia
  17. Universal Topics
    by Ghost Trees
  18. Torii Gates
    by Jeffrey Silverstein
  19. Not All Songs Have Been Sung
    by Keven Louis Lareau
    Gene Clark meets Workingman’s Dead - a perfect county rocker
  20. The Things I Can't Take With Me
    by yaya bey
    september 13th september 13th
    An impassioned widescreen expo leveraged from today’s unnerving realities of black womanhood observed through a nostalgic super 8 aesthetic by an invigorating polymath who connects photography, poetry, and multi-instrumental production to share her stories.