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N.J. Racket

  1. Bloomfield, New Jersey
  2. Punk
  1. collection 24
  2. followers 1
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  1. WET
    by Jean Pool
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    Fluffy Fluffy
    With cathartic lyrics and driving hard rock riffs, Jean Pool shreds on so many different levels. Fusing psychedelic and punk roots, the band presents aggression with uncommon thoughtfulness and introspection.
  2. Cartoon Physics
    by Shred Flintstone
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    Happy Song Happy Song
    Cartoon physics is the perfect album for the summer. These five songs will get you dancing before the opening, “Happy Song,” even comes to an end. This first track has such a nostalgic feel to it, I can almost convince myself that when I was twelve my friends and I used to dance in my bedroom to it while Jason Biggs made sloppy love to a pie. The final track on this album, “You Don’t Know Me,” is the perfect anti-social anthem.
  3. The Flower Investment Pawn
    by LKFFCT
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    Howlin' Alarm Howlin' Alarm
    I was super impressed with the musicality, variety, and energy on each track. From the slower, more atmospheric “Duffle Bags” to the harder-rocking “Milk the Cow” to the upbeat “Sentiment,” there wasn’t a single moment when I felt like I’d heard enough of what LKFFCT has to offer.
  4. Within My World
    by Sunflower
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    California's Waiting California's Waiting
    This album made me lose my fucking shit. But like, in a nice way. Gently. Folksily. Psychedelically. As a flower softly opens its petals to the morning sun, so too did I lose my shit.
  5. Health Palm
    by Spowder
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    Miracle Grow Miracle Grow
    The album rips open that can of whoop ass right from the start with the thirty-second first track SPACE POWER OVER-WATCH DESTROYING EVIL RATS, which, in case you haven’t caught on yet, is the most infectious thirty-second headbanger I’ve ever heard.
  6. I'M NOT DOING THIS ANYMORE
    by Sally Draper
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    This Election Season, I'll Quit The Internet This Election Season, I'll Quit The Internet
  7. DOES TOO
    by Sally Draper
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    New York City Is A Fucking Headache New York City Is A Fucking Headache
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. I CAN'T DO THIS
    by Sally Draper
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    Struggling Artist Struggling Artist
  9. Awake Again
    by prim
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    It's Because I Cut My Hair It's Because I Cut My Hair
    “Awake Again,” the title track, is the most upbeat and poppy sounding on the album, which contrasts the other more mellow and toned-down tracks like “It’s Because I Cut My Hair” and “Spilt Milk” so perfectly. This is a track you could actually dance to. I mean, I can’t, but theoretically, someone with more ability and only one left foot absolutely could.
  10. You Are Not Mine
    by Rocky and The Chapter
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    Lucky 13 Lucky 13
    “Lucky 13” is the true climax of the album. In an EP filled with rockers, this track really dials it up to eleven. It’s faster, it’s harder, and god damn, that mother fucking cow bell. Rocky and the Chapter are one of my favorite bands for cruising the parkway on a nice spring day with the windows down, but “Lucky 13” is bound to have you stomping your feet, banging your head, and drumming on the steering wheel with no concern for the safety of yourself or those around you.
  11. Desert Safari Swamp
    by Spowder
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    My House Smells Like Kim Deal My House Smells Like Kim Deal
    What does Kim Deal smell like? Either way, diggin this album.
  12. Forever
    by Whiner
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    Ibuprofen Ibuprofen
    The songs on this album resonate straight out of the Jersey suburbs for anyone that grew up “that” kid. The songs and the lyrics are so unbelievably accessible and feel almost like your own memories. “Ibuprofen,” has a sleepy feel to it that naturally inspires introspection, and when the verse hits, “I used to go to church/ every Sunday with my family/ I would kneel down in a prayer/ that we’d be happy and healthy,” you can’t help but fall back in to simpler, more innocent times.
  13. Freedom in the Air (Single)
    by Rosey Bengal
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  14. Rosey Bengal
    by Rosey Bengal
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    Virginia Virginia
    appears in 1 other collection
  15. Bad Man
    by Ken De Poto
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    Lady Lady
  16. Everyone Else
    by ManDancing
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    stones (again) ((and again)) stones (again) ((and again))
    Stephen Kelly delivers the vocals straight from the heart. Most of the songs have very dark and personal subject matter. They’re basically the perfect band to see in a basement on a cold December night, when life’s already given you the shit end of the shit stick, and you can totally connect with the lyrics, “I didn’t ask to be here/And neither did you/Just like the rest of us/ So before we move on any further/Can we please forgive each other/We’re all lost in the ocean.”
  17. Trimming the Family Tree
    by Toy Cars
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    Trimming the Family Tree (Single) Trimming the Family Tree (Single)
  18. Sleeping Patterns
    by Toy Cars
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    Bjork Bjork
    Toy Cars features incredibly real and accessible lyrics, which, while often painful and cynical, are delivered with perseverance along with up-beat and driving rhythm that can make verses such as, “But every time I get to leaving/ Don’t you know that there’s a reason I should stay/ So goodbye/ Farewell/ Roll me through the gates of hell,” feel strong and optimistic.
  19. Luck (Single)
    by Toy Cars
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    Luck (Single) Luck (Single)
  20. Letters
    by Toy Cars
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    Letters Letters
    Toy Cars features incredibly real and accessible lyrics, which, while often painful and cynical, are delivered with perseverance along with up-beat and driving rhythm that can make verses such as, “But every time I get to leaving/ Don’t you know that there’s a reason I should stay/ So goodbye/ Farewell/ Roll me through the gates of hell,” feel strong and optimistic.
  21. Red Hands EP
    by Toy Cars
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    Red Hands Intro Red Hands Intro
  22. United By Birdcalls
    by Hodera
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    The Outside The Outside
    There’s a level of passion in each and every one of Hodera’s performances that I find truly inspiring. This group of guys have put it all out on the line each and every time I’ve seen them with such an inhibited, raw honesty. Songs like “The Outside” are remarkably cathartic and filled with a wisdom far beyond the ages of these young guys.
  23. Reset to Default
    by Hodera
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    She Knows Because She Read It In A Book Once She Knows Because She Read It In A Book Once
  24. Cardinal
    by Pinegrove
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    Old Friends Old Friends