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Marcus David

  1. Los Angeles, California
  2. Alternative
  1. collection 29
  2. wishlist 14
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  1. Ex Eye
    by Ex Eye
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    Xenolith; The Anvil Xenolith; The Anvil
  2. Reflections of a Floating World
    by Elder
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    The Falling Veil The Falling Veil
  3. Love Is Overtaking Me
    by Arthur Russell
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    Close My Eyes Close My Eyes
  4. The Letting Go
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    No Bad News No Bad News
  5. Ease Down The Road
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    Rich Wife Full Of Happiness Rich Wife Full Of Happiness
  6. The Shape Of Punk To Come
    by Refused
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    Worms of the Senses / Faculties of the Skull Worms of the Senses / Faculties of the Skull
  7. The Armor of Ire
    by Eternal Champion
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    I Am The Hammer I Am The Hammer
  8. Best Troubador
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    The Day The Rains Came The Day The Rains Came
    Proof that, when it comes to great American songwriters, it takes one to know one.
  9. Lie Down In The Light
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    You Want That Picture You Want That Picture
    Only someone so adept at rendering pain into song could do the same with joy.
  10. Viva Last Blues
    by Palace Music
    Cat's Blues Cat's Blues
    by Cloud Catcher
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    Astral Warlord Astral Warlord
    Come for the album cover, stay for the riffs. There's nothing like the sound of a good, old-fashioned power trio: three people in a room together, pummeling the ever living shit out of their instruments. No fluff. Budgie and Cream comparisons aren't just apt; they're earned.
  12. Everybody Works
    by Jay Som
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    One More Time, Please One More Time, Please
    I still can't wrap my head around the fact that all this music came out of one person. Somehow Melina Duterte is as gifted a songwriter and producer as she is an instrumentalist – although her guitar playing is the real showstopper here.
  13. Light Comes In
    by Ali Dineen
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    Prayer Prayer
  14. Heart Like a Levee (Deluxe)
    by Hiss Golden Messenger
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    Biloxi Biloxi
    This is what Gram Parsons was talking about when he coined the term "Cosmic American Music." There's a whole lexicon of traditional American sounds at work here, from Appalachian folk to Delta blues to Laurel Canyon country, and MC Taylor — with that golden voice of his — makes each of them feel new again.
  15. Pure Comedy
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    Pure Comedy Pure Comedy
  16. Nightmare Logic
    by Power Trip
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    Executioner's Tax Executioner's Tax
    One of the greatest metal albums ever. Period. I love the Big 4 but this is the best thing to happen to thrash since the late '80s. Arthur Rizk continues to astound me.
  17. Red Devil Dawn
    by Crooked Fingers
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    Carrion Doves Carrion Doves
    appears in 1 other collection
  18. Heartless
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    Dancing In Madness Dancing In Madness
    I didn't think they could top Foundations of Burden... And yet here I sit, humbled by the majesty of Heartless, my doubt crushed beneath the sheer tonnage of riffs, leveled by the atomic sweep of melody. The more I listen, the more it grows on me.
  19. Not Even Happiness
    by Julie Byrne
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    I Live Now As A Singer I Live Now As A Singer
    A further refinement of the craft and style Byrne offered on 2014's no less gorgeous Rooms With Walls and Windows — there's a clarity to the arrangements and the lyrics here that only an artist who's found her "voice" could hope (or dare) to pull off. Mesmerizing.
  20. Ty Segall
    by Ty Segall
    Orange Color Queen Orange Color Queen
    A history lesson in T-Rex, Stooges, Hawkwind, late '60s Dead and Floyd, all distilled into Mr. Segall's own distinctive brand of garagebound thunder. Heavy hooky perfection.
  21. Our First 100 Days
    by Our First 100 Days
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    Royko Royko
    by SHEER MAG
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    If Sheer Mag had been around in the '70s, they'd have shared bills with Thin Lizzy and Bon Scott-era AC/DC. Move 'em to the '80s and they'd do just as well alongside Black Flag and the Minutemen. This is workingman's (or workingwoman's) rock & roll, as heavy on message as it is on riffs, equal parts formidable and fun.
  23. He Who Travels Far
    by Hanggai
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    Xiger Xiger Xiger Xiger
  24. Sumerlands
    by Sumerlands
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    The Guardian The Guardian
    For anyone who grew up listening to Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Dio, Armored Saint, et al, Sumerlands should feel like a belated but welcome entry in that canon. Where this record could have easily devolved into cheap "throwbackisms" it instead transcends them, thanks to producer/guitarist Arthur Rizk's ear for detail and authenticity.
  25. Puberty 2
    by Mitski
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    Your Best American Girl Your Best American Girl
    There's just enough engagement with the "indie rock" idiom here to warrant comparisons to Jesus and Mary Chain, Cocteau Twins, Neutral Milk Hotel, etc. But beneath the music’s texture, as rich and engaging as that texture may be, there's something far more consequential: a point of view, hers and hers alone, and a damn compelling one at that.
  26. Air
    by Astronoid
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    Homesick Homesick
    These guys have in a single record moved the American metal renaissance one step closer to its zenith: atmospheric post-rock imbued with layers of black metal, shoegaze, emo, and pop punk. The clean, melodic vocals are sure to polarize metal purists, but it's taking those risks that makes Astronoid worthy of the genre.
  27. Paradise
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    Hungry Hungry
    Every now and then, there comes a band that reminds you why you fell in love with rock & roll in the first place. In 2016, White Lung was that band and Paradise was the record. It's a synthesis of everything that I love about the genre: huge poppy hooks, thrashy riffs and drums, post-punk atmosphere, and lyrics that sound like Loretta Lynn by way of Girlschool.
  28. Cardinal
    by Pinegrove
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    Cadmium Cadmium
    Cardinal is one of those rare records that transports you to the room where it was recorded: you can really feel the fingertips brushing the guitar strings, the singer's breath on the microphone, the sticks on skins at the back of the room. It's like Basement Tapes for millennials; so perfect in its imperfection. The lyrics are brilliantly, often unbearably honest, as is their delivery.
  29. It Follows
    by Disasterpeace
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    Heels Heels
    Easily the best film score since Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross's work on The Social Network. Comparisons to John Carpenter are inevitable (as they are with the film as a whole), but one need only hear the music by itself to recognize the amount of melodic and textural innovation at work: Disasterpeace is just a few guest vocalists away from standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Jamie xx and James Blake. Just don't listen to it when you're walking home at night...