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Beto Balcazar Mendoza

Fresno, California
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  1. Demo
    by Devouring Star
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    Chaos Omega Chaos Omega
  2. Infortunium
    by Besegra
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    Division Division
    This album has melodic lead guitar lines, thrashy riffs, seductive growls behind the main vocals, & is very progressive. I highly recommend these guys.
  3. Digital Gardens
    by Big Sir
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    5. Regions (Digital Gardens) 5. Regions (Digital Gardens)
    The erratic way that Lisa Papineau sings on this makes it such a pleasurable listen. It's constantly surprising. Not to mention Juan Alderete's incredibly creative compositions that keep you on your toes all the way through. There's a sense of urgency with some of the songs, & ambient bits tied in with electonic glitchy noises throughout. Dave Elitch & Deantoni Parks are both featured on this. Give it a listen.
  4. JAC EP
    by Jack Lion
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    Blobby Blobby
  5. In The Midnight Sun or Stubbornly Persistent Illusion
    by GOLDEN DRUGS
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    Wayward Snout Wayward Snout
    Very memorable & thoughtfully crafted music. A quirky bunch of tunes, to say the least. There's elements of pop, jazz, & psychedelic rock. Top that off with ambiguous lyrics & we've got this gift of an album. I hope to hear much more from these guys.
  6. Field of the Host
    by Black Mare
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    Isa Isa
    Such a beautiful album. I love the minimalist drumming approach, & the fuzzy low fidelity of the guitar. Her voice is pretty heavily reverberated, & it gives a haunting & ethereal quality to each song. I cannot recommend this enough.
  7. First Contact
    by The Speed of Sound in Seawater
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    The Macabray The Macabray
    Although not my favorite of their releases, it's still a decent album. I bought this LP for my girlfriend. It came slightly warped, but she loves it anyway. I feel like the music lacks the technical aspects of previous releases, but the songwriting is at its best.

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