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Timothy Goldberg

Bonnots Mill, Missouri
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I'm a fan of film, video games, music, and electronics of all kinds. I'm the kind of guy who buys a huge CRT monitor just so I can display old PC games on it, has a box full of video game components stashed under my bed, and would rather listen to obscure music I found on Bandcamp than whatever's in the Top 40. Basically, I'm *different*.
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  1. Helluland
    by Northumbria
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    Because I am Flawed I Forgive You Because I am Flawed I Forgive You
    One of the best ambient albums ever recorded. The opening track alone is worth the price of admission.
  2. Nerd Rants: Series 1
    by A Dose of Buckley
  3. Things Famous Dead People Said...
    by A Dose of Buckley
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    John F. Kennedy - Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You... John F. Kennedy - Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You...
  4. Station
    by Station
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    Are You Sleeping Alone Are You Sleeping Alone
    If a modern rock band timewarped back to 1985 and recorded an album based on the pop sound of that day, this is what it would sound like. Station's hard-rocking style draws immediate comparisons to Van Halen and Boston - it honestly sounds like Sammy Hagar and Tom Scholz decided to team up and rock their brains out, and it's every bit as wonderful as that sounds. If classic rock is your thing, you should absolutely add this album to your collection.
  5. Library Sessions (2015 EP)
    by Archabald
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    Love Song For A Lonely World (Library Session) Love Song For A Lonely World (Library Session)
    Library Sessions sounds like the product of a percussion therapy session, filled with clashing cymbals, blaring strings, and the tortured ranting of a man whose life is in crisis. The band is at its best when it's at its most emotional, and there's no lack of feeling to be found here.
  6. I
    by Plini / Sithu Aye
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    Solstice Solstice
    Like a much harder, metal-tinged iteration of "Sweet Nothings," this collaborative EP shows off the formidable talents of both contributing artists. Plini is in top form, delivering some of his sharpest guitar sessions yet, and Sithu Aye proves himself a worthy match.
  7. Sweet Nothings
    by Plini
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    Opening Opening
    Fast paced and expertly composed, the only complaint that can be had with this EP is that it's over too soon. "Opening" and "Sweet Nothings" are the highlights thanks to some riveting guitar riffs.
  8. Needs
    by Giraffage
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    Feels Feels
    Fusing hip-hop beats with an indietronica sensibility, Giraffage has crafted an album that will get inside your head before you even know it. It's not for everyone, but those who can appreciate it are in for a treat.
  9. Altered Dimensions
    by Alphaxone
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    Aftermath Aftermath
    If someone placed a microphone in the middle of a bombed-out alien ship, this is likely what it would pick up. Altered Dimensions is the kind of album that is easy to lose yourself in - it's bone-chilling, otherworldly atmosphere is enticing in the same way as a great horror movie. As far as drone music goes, Altered Dimensions feels more structured than most, which makes it both more immediately memorable and more accessible for newcomers to the genre.
  10. EP II
    by Power Glove
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    Punker Punker
    If you're expecting this EP to be like Power Glove's Hotline Miami contributions, you may be disappointed. The tracks here are much more slow-paced and downtempo, with elements of trap and hip-hop showing through at times. They're excellent for what they are, but they're not for everyone.
  11. Intermetropolitan
    by DJ Phixion
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    Inhalation Inhalation
    Absolutely sublime smooth jazz album with hints of '90s-era new jack swing. Catchy sax and bass riffs create a chill atmosphere, and the best tracks simply beg to be put on repeat.

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