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Zachary Finn

California
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Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, music instructor, studying philosophy and theology
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  1. K.
    by Cigarettes After Sex
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  2. Epoch
    by Tycho
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    Horizon Horizon
  3. I.
    by Cigarettes After Sex
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    Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby
  4. Affection
    by Cigarettes After Sex
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    Keep On Loving You Keep On Loving You
  5. Aurora
    by Abby Gundersen
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    Aurora Aurora
  6. "Bloom"- EP
    by Lumaree
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    Bloom Bloom
    The subtle mix of ambient, pop, and even some folk on this record takes the listener through moments of nostalgia, melancholy, and blissful intrigue with its poetic lyrics and instrumental depth. It's difficult to come by artists that are willing to forge their way between genre clichés, but it's even more difficult to come by artists that do this well. Lumaree is clearly one of those artists. Excited to see a full-length at some point.
  7. Yume
    by Helios
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    Pearls Pearls
  8. He Will Not Cry Out
    by Bifrost Arts Music
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    He Will Not Cry Out (featuring Sanders Boehlke) He Will Not Cry Out (featuring Sanders Boehlke)
  9. We Never Left
    by Stray Theories
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    Breathless Breathless
  10. Tom Day - Without Words (EP)
    by Tom Day
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    Solace Solace
  11. Those Who Remain
    by Stray Theories
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    When You Return When You Return
    This album blew me away the first time I heard it, but it continues to do more for me on each listen. This is definitely music for headphones, and with each listen you'll notice more nuances and tracks hiding in the background. Dark and melancholic without sounding industrial or too metallic. One of my favorite ambient records currently.

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