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Margaret Bake

Huntsville, Texas
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Рассекая пространство и время, мы слышим звуки божественной музыки, в которой каждая нота находится на своем месте. Кажется нечто подобное испытывают люди когда слушают альбомы Sigur Ros, некое блаженное чувтсв...
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  1. Pixel Fetish
    by Something//Something
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    #deflategate #deflategate
  2. パラレルワールド
    by Caro kissa
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    ダンシンミュージック ダンシンミュージック
  3. by Matsuchi
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    Together Together
  4. Saury x bukun! - Miss You [Single]
    by Saury
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  5. 行方不明「Goodbye, T O K Y O' S L I G H T S」お前さん
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    涙と恐怖[Wipe away your tears], to the unknow 涙と恐怖[Wipe away your tears], to the unknow
    Any album with a drum filled Yagami Junko remix has to be good right? This album is just plain FUN to listen to. Each title is a mini-story, and visualizes something foreign to you, a culture or a feeling. Seems like future funk artists like to use love as the theme for the genre, and seem so focuses on such that they lose the grip on the music. Android Apartment has again proven they know how to make a story and a song.
  6. Rock Pool
    by Cate Le Bon
    Rock Pool Rock Pool
    The search for where the hell Cate has been putting her music has come to an end. In all seriousness Cate le Bon is changing her style from psychedelic folk to a neo-art pop/neo-psychedelic hybrid that confuses and intrigues the mind. This release might be small, but a continuation of Crab Day's style. Cate has learned a lot from DRINKS it seems and she's bringing it right to her main audience. Excellent release that spoiled me by being so close to Crab Day.
  7. Flavored
    by Pop Up!
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    Flowers Flowers
  8. Bass/Rhyme Continuum
    by Young Stroke aka Young Muscle
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    Pimpin' Up A Storm Pimpin' Up A Storm
    The Gerent of Gastonia comes back for another album a year after Mortimer Swaggleston shook the Nerdcore fanbase. Cheesy lyrics and catchy beats adorn this album, along with satirical tracks such as "Thank you Monsanto" and "I'm a Girl". Further perfecting his sub genre of Nerdcore now known as "Banking", his mixture of Marching, Polka, Rap, and Electric, this album has more varying sounds in just 26 tracks than most artists can produce in their lifetime.
  9. Japanese Disco Edits
    by YUNG BAE
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    Anibabe Anibabe
    Absolutely hip shaking, head banging, and loud car singing of an album. Deep bass contrasted with great highs of the singers gives this album a feeling of balance. Couldn't imagine another album to introduce to a future-futurefunk fan.
  10. That Special, Funky Feeling
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    So In Love With You So In Love With You
    Aeon Member Gets It Right.
    The things that made future-funk fun to listen to at the beginning was the feeling of exoticness to it. No idea of the songs being sampled or how the artist merged their track with the original. I finally felt that old feeling listening to That Special, Funky Feeling. It pains me that I must pick a favorite track on Bandcamp cause I'd recommend the entire thing.
    by yeongrak
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    connect today connect today


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