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  1. Recherché
    by Cauls
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    De Novo Quincunx De Novo Quincunx
  2. Act Natural
    by Hex Horizontal
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    Electric Fence Electric Fence
    by Kenneth Estrada y Santiago
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    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Downhill Willows (EP)
    by Downhill Willows
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    Trauma Trauma
  5. Stay Lost
    by Sianvar
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    Omniphobia Omniphobia
    Hectic and brilliant, combines the frantic riffs of The Fall of Troy with the rhythmic and melodic vibe of The Mars Volta. FFO math-core bands and fusion groups like Exotic Animal Petting Zoo.
  6. Celebration Rock
    by Japandroids
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    Younger Us Younger Us
    More refined than their debut, Celebration Rock still continues to hit the balance of youthful enthusiasm and unjaded excitement that made Post Nothing so great; more coherent compositions make this arguably the better album as a whoie. A fantastic and vital listen.
  7. Salome
    by Marriages
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    Love, Texas Love, Texas
    Marriages reside in the nebulous venn area between shoegaze and post-rock, though with their melodies and vocals they move more towards traditional alt-rock. Emma's vocal is deceptively subtle, and its accessibility belies the gorgeous, layered complexity of this record.
  8. WORRY.
    by Jeff Rosenstock
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    Staring Out The Window At Your Old Apartment Staring Out The Window At Your Old Apartment
    More consistent when listened to as an album than We Cool?, its individual tracks are generally not as tautly realised, but Jeff's vocal and lyrics are better than they've ever been, and it's a worthy and ambitious entry into a hugely distinguished body of work.
  9. We Cool?
    by Jeff Rosenstock
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    You, In Weird Cities You, In Weird Cities
    This album in some ways completes the stylistic shift in the latter BTMI! releases - away from ska punk and toward a grungier, more surf-punk sound. Luckily, the gambit works; We Cool? sounds great, the songs are strong and the energy is infectious.
  10. Ode to the Author
    by Toska
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    Chalk Teeth Chalk Teeth
  11. In Quicksand
    by Ancient Lasers
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    Everybody Is Disappearing Everybody Is Disappearing