This is Luke Wilson’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Luke Wilson

  1. Boston, Massachusetts
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 59
  2. followers 6
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  1. Whole Damn Body
    by Los Campesinos!
    She Crows (Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown #4) She Crows (Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown #4)
    I've had Youtube-to-mp3 versions of these songs for years now, and I'm so glad that I can now legally own good quality versions of them. LC!4L
  2. Live from Glasgow
    by AJJ
    Kokopelli Face Tattoo Kokopelli Face Tattoo
  3. Good Luck Everybody
    by AJJ
    Normalization Blues Normalization Blues
    Why do I love this album? Because I wish I didn't have to. I wish it wasn't relevant, or necessary. The world is an absolute garbage pit, and AJJ makes things just a tiny bit better.
  4. Night of the Long Knives
    by AJJ
    A song from 2018 that understood the inevitability of January 8, 2021. Time is a flat circle and history is a horrific ring of fire.
    by The Decemberists
    The first concert I ever went to was a stop on the Short Fazed Hovel tour, when I was 17, and I went with my dad. It was the only concert we saw together, because he introduced me to The Decemberists, even though he wasn't a fan. He just died in November 2020, and his birthday is in a couple weeks. Happy birthday, Dad. I miss you.
  6. Pls Don't Forget Me
    by Mars Argo
  7. Happy Holiday
    by Diet Cig
  8. Shit for Christmas
    by Sad13
  9. Haunted Painting
    by Sad13
    Hysterical Hysterical
  10. charm and mirror
    by kitty
    Baby Pink Baby Pink
  11. I'm Your Empress Of
    by Empress Of
    Love Is A Drug Love Is A Drug
    Empress Of has gone full EDM here and I am HERE! FOR! IT!
  12. Do You Wonder About Me?
    by Diet Cig
    Broken Body Broken Body
    How dare Diet Cig make an album about me, specifically, and no one else?
  13. The Prettiest Curse
    by Hinds
    Burn Burn
    Probably my favorite Hinds album, if not also their best. Their sound isn't so much "more polished" here as it is "more evolved," and their lyric game is the strongest yet. Definitely a contender for my fave of 2020.
  14. Cry
    by Cigarettes After Sex
  15. Crush
    by Cigarettes After Sex
    Sesame Syrup Sesame Syrup
  16. Minha Gatinha
    by Emily Reo
  17. The Seduction of Kansas
    by PRIESTS
    Jesus' Son Jesus' Son
    I can’t think of a band who gets as close to the sound of 1970s punk music while also updating its anti-establishment message into the 21st century as well as Priests do.

    These days, “punk” is more of an amorphous aesthetic than it is a movement, and when it is then it’s usually a perversion made by white youths with dreads to be violently angry without claiming responsibility. But PRIESTS get it. They get that punk is autocracy over anarchy, that it’s instructive rather than destructive, that it’s about collective empowerment instead of self-empowerment. They’ve always gotten this. And it sounds more distilled and pure on TSoK than ever.
  18. Only You Can See It
    by Emily Reo
    Strawberry Strawberry
    This is going to be a contender for my favorite album of the year. It’s a lot of fun, with a bit of sadness with the penultimate song being a beautiful requiem for a cat 💔
    by kitty
    disconnect disconnect
    THIS WHOLE ALBUM BANGS! ! What a great sophomore album by Kitty. I will never NOT love everything she releases.
  20. Adult Swim singles
    by Speedy Ortiz