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Oct. 2 Guster/Evermotion

Newest release by Guster I haven’t visited till now. Some of the magic that me fall in love with them in the first place is still present and vibrant in some songs. 77 more words

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Sept. 28 Princess Reason/Self-titled

Soft relaxing minimalist pop rock and even softer lyrics to match the instrumentation. Baltimore home-town diy heroes and a hidden gem for sure. Repetitive looping guitar riffs, subtle changes, and distant delicate sounds in the background that have a powerful calming effect. 15 more words

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Sept. 27 Green Day/Dookie

Pure 90s punk, and half the soundtrack to my teenage years-around the same time I first picked up my first bass and got into the Foo Fighters. 140 more words

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Sept. 27 Titus Andronicus/The Monitor

The font choice and album cover fit such a fun industrialization/early America vibe. The music is as powerful as the statement of the album art and the rock and roll, well-layered progressions, brass, ad references to New Jersey make this album sound powerful and dense. 18 more words

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Sept. 27 Fleetwood Mac/Tango in the Night

My first full Fleetwood Mac album that wasn’t The Dance. In a last second effort to throw new music in my car I routed through my dad’s cassette collection and came across this album. 63 more words

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Sept. 26 Tycho/Dive

Holy vapor/synthwave. Maybe less vapor and more cheesy techno? Regardless, this makes for a good study soundtrack along with their other albums. The holiest of chills, but nothing incredibly outstanding. 27 more words

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Sept. 24 Tomppabeats/Harbor LP

Hip hop acoustic loops and sonic snapshots with chill synths, and casio beats lulling you into a permanent cityscape sleep. An overlooked 39 track gem of 2016. 19 more words

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