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Welcome!

If you have navigated through the vast interweb desert in search of great, up-to-date music, then I present to you the oasis. As part of a new feature here at Sputnik, we are composing a quarterly mixtape of sorts – one where black metal can be found alongside indie, and where staff and user tastes coalesce into one reliable knowledge bank. Here, any registered user can submit one song from this year that they feel stands above the pack. Below is a list of some of our favorite songs from the first three months of 2012. Feel free to listen to our selections, browse the descriptions, or even register and submit your own song for next time!
Special Thanks To The Contributing Writers For This Issue:

Klap4Music / OnlyAnchors / Tyraelxy / Clercqie / FelixCulpa / OmahaStylee94 / Crysis / Emim / InnocentShadow / Blackbelt54 / ChuckTheMan / Greg84 / AliW1993 / Sanders / SowingSeason / Patrickfannon / Dimsim3478 / Monsterpoptart / Theacademy / Dimor

So without further ado, I present to you (in no particular order) the first installment of Sputnik’s Infinite Playlist!

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Orbital – “Straight Sun”

Yeah, we all know how reunion tours/albums/productions are mostly cash grabs for the artists involved. Why should we waste our time (and money) on those poor, rehashed ideas when we can instead relive the better times? In the case of the British dance gods of Orbital, things may prove to be very different, however. Their new album (and first in ten years, titled Wonky) will drop in April, and if we base our opinions on the forwarded singles ‘Never’ and – especially – ‘Straight Sun’, it will be huuuuuge. Lush piano loops, eery, futuristic synth lines, deep bass and crystal clear beats that are every inch as good as the ones from the glory days: I’m so in for this – and you should be too.
-Clercqie

First Aid Kit – “Emmylou”

The two Swedish sisters (Klara and Johanna Söderbeg) that created First Aid Kit got their name, and their beautiful harmonies, by covering Fleet Foxes’ “Tiger Mountain Peasant Song” on YouTube, a video that’s now gathered just short of a million views. Emmylou is the second single from The Lion’s Roar and it pays tribute to the likes of Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, June Carter and Johnny Cash. On the song, the gals’ vocals combine perfectly with twangy guitars and an upbeat melody. And it’s hard not to marvel at the beauty of Klara Söderbegs vocals along with the lone acoustic guitar around the 3:20 mark.
-FelixCulpa

Abyssal – “Celestial Dictatorship”

Listening to Abyssal is like listening to my own personal soundtrack to the collapse of society. I couldn’t imagine it being anything else, because their sound is so cataclysmic and world-ending that to call it appropriate in any situation but the decline of civilization is just foolish. Heaviness is arbitrary if it lacks the atmospheric force to back it up, so believe me when I say that “Celestial Dictatorship” is immense; so crushing and destitute are the riffs and so precisely does this 9-minute monolith build itself you would think that these guys would already be masters of their craft. You would be wrong, because Denouement is the debut LP from this UK-based act, and is nothing short of astounding, not only because of its songwriting prowess but because of its ability to bend the genre in ways not quite orthodox. There is subtle melody underneath the dissonance, there is real emotion behind the noise, and “Celestial Dictatorship” is the apocalypse turned aural. “In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay” – Ernst Fischer.
-Crysis

Zelliack – “Autumn in Analog”

Zelliack finds Elliot Coleman abandoning all traces of Sky Eats Airplanes and Tesseract for a change in style to that of the acoustically fueled project. Opener ‘Autumn in Analog’ is the perfect introduction to Zelliack; combining soothing melodies with swooning vocals, the song becomes a journey in itself. The lyrics burst to life with each note hit by Elliot. While nothing extravagant, ‘Autumn in Analog’ proves that beauty is to be found in the simplest of things. “I view the sun as something to obey, evaporating puddles like it’s just another day ”
-InnocentShadow

Loma Prieta – “Fly By Night”

Loma Prieta have outdone themselves in creating the fantastic slab of noise that is I.V.’s opener ‘Fly By Night’. It creates a great balance between its heavy and melodic sections, always having that distinctive sloppiness but ultimately remaining focused. Anyone looking for a great way to kick off 2012 should definitely give I.V. some of their time; it’s well worth it.
-Emim

Dartagnan – “My Friend Steve”

This is definitely one of the catchiest pop-punk songs I’ve heard in a long time. It’s melodic, uptempo, and bursting with energy. The songs starts off with a fast-paced bassline, and then the singer jumps in over some intense punk chords. The tasty punk riffs dance around in your ears, and you’ll try to sing along even though you can’t understand half of the words. This band does the whole “pop-punk” thing better than most bands around today. Go download Breadwinner, Dartagnan’s debut EP which features this song, for free on their bandcamp page.
-Blackbelt54

Geographer – “Life of Crime”

Geographer fits in quite nicely with your synth-oriented indie outfits – your Starfucker, your Discovery – but the rub isn’t in the electronics or spot-on melodies, but rather in Michael Deni’s voice, which could more fittingly be likened to that of an angel (or Ra Ra Riot’s Wes Miles, if we’re going by earthly comparisons). It’s his soaring alto that directs everything with soulful ease, but it’s also Nathan Blaz’s electric cello and the careful layering of electronic effects, filters and reverbs and loops stacked precariously on top of each other, that make Geographer more than just your average electro band. Their second LP, Myth, came out on Modern Art at the end of February – “Life of Crime” opens that record in typically triumphant Geographer fashion.
-Klap4music

Ana Tijoux – “Desclasificado”

Many who rep Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux do so because of the way she integrates her biting lyricism with a seductive, inviting delivery in order to breathe a genuine conflict into her brand of “Art-ivista” hip-hop. La Bala (released January 31) can (and will) floor you on these grounds, but I find myself taken aback by the record’s production as well. “Desclasificado,” is futile and ominous, with a haunting orchestral background for Tijoux’s flow—which, as always, alternates between inviting and piercing, building up in a way that favors the latter.
-Theacademy

Imminent Sonic Destruction – “Monster”

Going into 2012 one thing I didn’t expect to find was a band reminiscent of the middle 90’s era Dream Theater; that’s what Imminent Sonic Destruction has brought to the plate. I.S.D, as commonly abbreviated, is a band out of Detroit that was recently featured on Guitar World’s Unsigned Spotlight. I started listening not knowing what to expect. What I got was heavy, in-your-face riffage and thumping bass. In their track “Monster” it begins with the said riffage. Then you hear the singer come in and soon the chorus starts and in the background are some more prog-type synths. However the best part of this song is around 4:10. The vocalist has decent cleans that could use some work, but has excellent harsh vocal abilities. Around this time the onslaught of groove oriented, djent-like guitars start up again and things get very heavy. Overall this band, Imminent Sonic Destruction, while reminding me of the famous Dream Theater, are much heavier…and there is hardly any unnecessary wankary. I think this band will do well in the long run, and they certainly have something special going on right now.
-ChuckTheMan

Hodgy Beats- “Hidgashi Loves You”

On this new mixtape, OF member Hogdy makes a startling change of pace. This is probably the least OF sounding song that has been put out by one of their members. Hodgy may have been known as a mediocre rapper compared to other OF members but he has made significant upgrades to his flow and rhyme schemes. Hodgy’s soulful production and improved rapping makes this a definite standout this year.
-OnlyAnchors

Relations – “Never Change”

A number of breakups plagued music in 2011, particularly in the post-hardcore scene with the dissolution of arguably the genre’s greatest giants, Thursday and Thrice. You may remember the devastating two days upon which these two breakups fell, but the collapse of yet another band, Harbours, went unnoticed on the day of November 23rd, only a day following Thursday’s departure and two after Thrice’s. Personally, I found this to be the most disappointing of all. While Thrice and Thursday had left their mark on the post-hardcore genre and gone out with a bang through their respective latest releases, Harbours had barely scratched the surface in the brewing Californian underground hardcore scene. Their potential was undeniable, especially considering their year in releases…but to be honest, they had achieved nothing beyond the intriguing. Despite this, they were well on the road towards brilliance. With their breakup, all hope of a glorious, fully-formed record was lost.

But this hope was rekindled through one word, presented through a single post on Harbours’ Facebook page: “Relations”. From that post to the release of their debut EP, Summits, on March 1st, Relations had escalated from a mere rumour to something very special. The band, formed from the heart and soul of Harbours – Matthew Guittierez (vocals) and Raymond Bolado (guitar) – is furious and epic, yet simple and balanced. Nowhere is this better demonstrated than on Summits’ opener “Never Change”, composed of a malevolent Touché Amoré-like blast of hardcore, a veritable dance of instruments and masked screams, and a final, powerful outro of delay pedals, start-stop drums crashes and guitar stomps…not to mention those haunting final words, “everything I did, I did for you”.

This is just the dawning of Relations (much like the morning sunrise depicted on the EP cover), yet the band has already formed so well. Summits is what Harbours should have been, and fortells a bright future for one of the most promising new acts of 2012. Let’s just hope the world doesn’t end.
-Dimsim3478

Veils – “Caves (Anxiety)”

‘Caves (Anxiety)’ by Veils is a hard hitting, dynamic track that should have fans of modern Screamo/Skramz keeping an eye out for future releases from this young UK group. Coming off of Clarity, an absolute beast of an EP, ‘Caves’ is a song that contains the tendencies of most recent Emo bands: fast paced vocals from singers that sound like they’re on the verge of tears, poetic lyrics, and a fondness for build-ups that explode at just the right moment. The first minute of the song is an unrelenting assault of pounding drums and hectic guitars that gradually slow down to a much more vocal-focused second half, in a style particularly similar to bands like Pianos Become the Teeth. While they have most definitely not reinvented the wheel, there are more than enough shifts and fantastic moments to make this song (and EP) a must-grab for any fan of the genre. Also, the singer happens to be one of the most powerful and impressive female vocalists in a genre almost completely dominated by men, so if you’re looking for a tiny bit of diversity in your Screamo or just want to be damn impressed, check this song out.
-Monsterpoptart

Cloud Nothings – “Our Plans”

Cloud Nothings stormed their fans with their surprising, roughshod sophomore album, “Attack on Memory.” With “Our Plans”, Cloud Nothings explore the seductive, alluring dark side of post-punk; bassline firmly Joy Division-esque, guitars both icy and fuzzy, at once cascading, note after note, lockstep with the bass. “No one knows our plans for us. We won’t, last long.” The sentiment is bleak, the vocals organically dry and searching, and the track is groovy against all reasonable hope. This is surely one of the finest, sneakiest, most unassuming songs of 2012. It’s fantastic.
-Patrickfannon

Field Music – “Sorry Again, Mate”

Field Music is a band that simply can’t sit still long enough to get boring. Their music is continuously evolving within itself, rapidly turning one corner after another while incorporating as many styles and influences as possible. “Sorry Again, Mate” is a perfect representation of their sound, beginning with clunky percussion and slightly awkward guitars before delving into soft, airy pianos that eventually give rise to one of the most prolific sounding choruses of the still-young year. Just as you think the song is ready to die down, it prances into a random spurt of kazoo-sounding “ba-da-ba-das” before resplendently erupting into one last glorious refrain.
-SowingSeason

Inme – “Reverie Shores”

InMe, an alternative metal band from Essex, UK, have often been perceived as wallowing in mediocrity since releasing their debut Overgrown Eden in 2003. That album, while inconsistent, could have been a decent spring-board for the alt-metal band’s career. However, InMe failed to capitalise commercially on the success of their debut, despite producing consistently underappreciated material over the next decade. Their latest album, The Pride, showcases the catchy choruses of their 2005 album White Butterfly whilst retaining the technicality of their later works such as 2007’s Daydream Anonymous. ‘Reverie Shores’ is the first track from this album, and typifies the above, with a soaring chorus and a technical showcase from guitarist and front-man Dave McPherson. Although the lyrics may still lack maturity, one can’t deny that the band have successfully developed their sound into radio-friendly territory, without completely sacrificing their roots.
-Sanders

Epica – “Storm the Sorrow”

“I have always been a fan of Epica, mainly because of their fantastic blend of Simone’s amazing cleans, blasting symphonics, fitting use of growls, and heavy instumentalism. However, I feared that after hearing the amazing Design Your Universe, there was only one way to go from there: downhill. Luckily, this track (and the whole album for that matter) shows that Epica are still on top of their game, and that they are willing to keep working on their sound whenever possible. Yes, the lyrics may still be a bit cheesy, but you’ll all forget all about that when you hear just how much tighter their songwriting has become and how much better Simone’s cleans/Mark’s growls fit in this time around. This is a definite improvement over their past work, and further proof that they are, in fact, one of the best things to ever come out of the pigeonholed ’symphonic metal’ movement.”
-Tyraelxy

Air Tycoon – “Los Angeles”

The sunshine is slowly creeping its way into our lives, while the music gurus are shuffling rabidly through their now-defunct disc collections to find the ingredients to create the ample seasonal soundtrack. Because of the recent technological advances, one can just easily stumble upon an album deserving of the attention, like Air Tycoon’s debut, ‘Winter Purple’. A standout track off the album, “Los Angeles” is one that’s aware of its absurd degree of catchiness. With this knowledge comes an ability to deliver, as Air Tycoon packs only the most essential ingredients into the track. The song’s backbone is the utilization of intricate beats that blend seamlessly with the simple but sweet chords that make the track so stunning in the first place. Technicalities aside, though, the most important facet of this spring anthem from Air Tycoon is its versatility – whether you’re feeling a bit melancholic from winter’s brisk solitude or content from the delightfully habitable temperatures of the new season, this track will tweak that mood just a little bit in a positive direction. And while it’s true that the vocal sample “I’m 99 miles from L.A.” sounds a bit too glum for this judgment, the track’s triumphant atmosphere turns that exuded passion into another beast entirely, one whose optimism shimmers brightest in the sunlight.
-OmahaStylee94

Sharon Van Etten – “All I Can”

“All I Can” is probably the one song on Tramp that demands the biggest amount of time from the listener for it to reveal its true beauty. The song pretty much went through my ears unnoticed the first 10 album listens, but finally stuck firmly in my brain as potentially the best song of 2012 so far. The smooth, easy intro building up to an effective and beautiful climax seldom sounds this good in my ears. Sharon Van Etten’s voice on this song is pure gold, and in my opinion, it’s her best effort on the album.
-Dimor

The Magnetic Fields – “Andrew In Drag”

For all intents and purposes, Love At The Bottom Of The Sea is your typical Magnetic Fields album. It’s concise, inconsistent, and at times even frustrating, but as with all of their records it holds a handful of precious gems that make it completely worthwhile. Arguably the jewel in its crown, ‘Andrew In Drag’ possesses in spades pretty much everything that one could possibly want from a Stephen Merritt composition. Striking a perfect balance between his lovelorn ramblings and alternative humour, it’s equally disturbing as it is hilarious (even more so when accompanied by the video!) and epitomizes in little more than two minutes everything that he and his band are about. We’re not going to get another 69 Love Songs – projects such as that are rarely surmountable – but so long as they can keep knocking out wonders like this, The Magnetic Fields will always be worth the effort.
-AliW1993

Christian Mistress – “Haunted Hunted”

“Haunted Hunted” is the most ambitious singular achievement on Christian Mistress’ unique spin on heavy metal, Possession. The driving rhythm section along with slithery guitar riffs provides a backdrop for Christine Davis’ enticing vocal performance that is powerfully emotive and genuinely frightening at the same time. Davis sings about disturbing images of “the blackest flowers blooming” and “flames reaching higher”, picturing the hopeless situation of a person being trapped in a twisted cult. Her strangely poignant delivery is interwoven by numerous meticulously crafted progressions before the song reaches its devastating conclusion in the lyrics “I’ve been haunted by the omens of faith / Chasm awaits.”
-Greg84

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Also Check Out:

Cursive – “The Cat and Mouse”

submitted by user HBFS

Portico Quartet – “Ruins”

submitted by user Bloodbirds

Pallbearer – “An Offering Of Grief”

submitted by user DoubtGin

Tendersticks – “Show Me Everything”

submitted by user Jefflebowski

Foxy Shazam – “I Like It”

submitted by user ElephantREVOLUTION

Lapalux – “Gutter Glitter”

submitted by user Pentagon

Red Nightfall – “Coloured Dreams”

submitted by user Aids

Thank you for scanning through our January to March 2012 edition of Spuntik’s infinite playlist. I hope you were able to discover at least a few songs that you enjoyed. If you would like to contribute to the April-June edition, leave a post in my shoutbox and/or sign up for an account with the site.

See you next time!





SowingSeason
03.07.12
A couple of things:

1.) If you were one of the users who contributed a video but no soundoff, I moved your submission to the bottom for organizational purposes; no hard feelings.

2.) If you were running late and still want to write a soundoff to go with the video you already submitted, email it to me and I’ll bump it up with the others.

3.) I may have edited some of your soundoffs without your permission – but I didn’t change anything significant, just grammar and occasionally sentence structure.

4.) Thanks again everyone for your hard work! Hope you enjoy the feature!

Electric City
03.07.12
really cool idea, well executed. this makes up for that whole mixtape thing

ConsiderPhlebas
03.07.12
This is awesome. Great job.

Crysis
03.07.12
Awesome, awesome job Sowing. This turned out great.

Ignimbrite
03.07.12
cool idea

TheSpirit
03.07.12
aw, really want to be a part of the next one of these

klap
03.07.12
yo sowing you should just make the blog title Sputnik's Infinite Playlist: 1Q 2012 (for first quarter), so it fits or whatever

SowingSeason
03.07.12
yeah good idea

Athom
03.07.12
haha dimsim would chose my friend's band

pizzamachine
03.07.12
scanning through our January to March 2012 edition of [b]Spuntik’s[/b]

an error!

pizzamachine
03.07.12
lol I made an error too :3

SowingSeason
03.07.12
pizza, it's not showing up that way on my computer...?

also, I updated the title Rudy but it doesn't seem to be updating. Maybe it needs time.

klap
03.07.12
seems to have worked! looks great btw

acADHDemy
03.07.12
very nice thing you did here sowing, gonna actually check out some recs b/c of what u did here

acADHDemy
03.07.12
you did here

ChuckyTruant
03.07.12
friggin sick Sowing! really well put together. can't wait to do another one of these

wacknizzle
03.07.12
This is a really great idea sowing. Too bad there's no new Andrew Bird on here but that just came out.

AliW1993
03.07.12
Yeah next time I think it'd be best to wait until the quater is actually over before posting. There'll no doubt be loads of great stuff in the next few weeks that none of us are anticipating.

SowingSeason
03.07.12
"Yeah next time I think it'd be best to wait until the quater is actually over before posting."

They will still be eligible for quarter #2

klap
03.07.12
yeah using the quarter description is just a handy reference point, no hard and fast rule here

greg84
03.07.12
Great stuff! Kudos to everyone involved in this.

Hep Kat
03.07.12
very happy at the inclusion of relations and dartagnan, good stuff

theacademy
03.07.12
minor request: in the future, could you please style my name all lower case? i know it's nit-picky but i have my public to consider


theacademy
03.07.12
that orbital song sucks
first aid kid is pretty sweet
so is zelliack
the hodgy/loma/inme tracks i have already and they're pretty sweet too
and of course, listening to Abyssal is like listening to my own personal soundtrack to the collapse of society

Crysis
03.08.12
u got it acad

SowingSeason
03.08.12
yeah acad, I capitalized a lot of people's names just to seem proper, but it makes no difference to me so i'll change it next time

Omaha
03.08.12
Ooh, this looks fantastic! Great job, Sowing.

SowingSeason
03.08.12
Thanks Omaha! And everyone else who said nice things. It is much appreciated.

Deviant.
03.08.12
Don't understand how my name still shows up as the author for my blog posts but not for anyone else

RobertFripp
03.08.12
Where's all the classic prog?

SowingSeason
03.08.12
I don't know, this is a user-built list though, so feel free to submit some for the next issue!

Irving
03.08.12
Fantastic blogpost guys. This is a really good idea; looking forward to the next one already :)

SowingSeason
03.08.12
Irving you should do a submission next time!

Xenophanes
03.08.12
This was really awesome. Very, very impressed. Gj Sowing and all involved

klap
03.08.12
@deviant you sure? your burial/four tet post doesn't have your name on it

americanohno
03.08.12
Good call on "Emmylou" Mr. Cupa, that song's great.

Betacra
03.08.12
Awww yea Denouement. Good writing Crysis.

Rev
03.08.12
how do you get involved in these things? no one ever tells me

SowingSeason
03.08.12
I had a list featured on the front page for a couple days, so if you didn't see it then, at least word is out for the next quarter's installment.

@deviant/rudy: on my screen I can see my name at the top of the post...?

Deviant.
03.08.12
"@deviant you sure? your burial/four tet post doesn't have your name on it"

Shows up for me

"@deviant/rudy: on my screen I can see my name at the top of the post...?"

Doesn't for me. Guess it only shows up for the author. Strange.....

Josh D.
03.08.12
Veils are cool.

SowingSeason
03.08.12
Agreed, just one thing I got out of this.

Blackbelt54
03.08.12
this is cool stuff

Eko
03.08.12
I'll definitely be submitting to this next time around.

GnarlyShillelagh
03.08.12
Awesome to see Veils on this list. Their EP is fantastic.

Monsterpoptart
03.08.12
I'm loving the Veils love going on here

SowingSeason
03.08.12
I'll look forward to it, Eko :)

dimsim3478
03.08.12
"haha dimsim would chose my friend's band"

Hey, I can't help that it's fucking awesome.

Emim
03.08.12
Sweet. Now I have a small feeling of actually contributing to the site.



It will not last.

dimsim3478
03.08.12
Your moving avatars are the greatest contribution to this site.

Emim
03.08.12
I think Hobbes will have to make a resurgence.

Poet
03.08.12
ugh Epica is so overrated

mastille
03.08.12
This is such an epic playlist. One of the coolest things I've seen here, great idea and great job everyone who contributed. The end of that Abyssal song - that lone man chanting from a church choir perhaps, was positively haunting. I think I might absolutely love about 90% of this.

ohfoxxxycole
03.08.12
next time make a spotify playlist and post it

Activista anti-MTV
03.08.12
good idea, sowingseason! I might contribute to this at some point or another if I ever discover any good music!

FelixCulpa
03.08.12
Awesome to see it in it's completed form, looks great sowing! Will defiantly try and contribute to the next quarter as well.

clercqie
03.08.12
Fantastic job, Sowing. It looks great!
The writeups are really good as well, and the playlist itself has quite some gems on it. : )

Aids
03.08.12
oh man this came out awesome. I see you included my original submission (the one that came out in 2011 haha, I changed it to El Oestre by John Talabot, but I like that Red Nightfall made it instead)

seriously though people check that song out, yeah it came out in Oct. 2011 but it's really good

SowingSeason
03.08.12
Oops I didn't realize it was from 2011. Nbd.

Omaha
03.08.12
Is the background on this really blue, or is my computer starting to distort virtual reality?

SowingSeason
03.08.12
It's not blue

fish.
03.08.12
that picture's watermark is really obvious

SowingSeason
03.08.12
That's weird I copied it from google images and never even saw it

SowingSeason
03.08.12
Oh and my name was showing up yesterday and now it's not. I guess we'll chalk it up to one of the staff blog's great mysteries...

Activista anti-MTV
03.08.12
that's cool how you linked to the contributor's pages

SowingSeason
03.09.12
thanks, figured they deserve some kind of recognition for all their work

iambandersnatch
03.09.12
zelliack song is good, 'trigued

silentstar
03.09.12
Someone listened to the song I posted! thanks :)

Aids
03.09.12
"'trigued"

haha oh god, seriously?

SowingSeason
03.09.12
My favorite off this is between the Abyssal song and the Veils one

YUJOS
03.10.12
Great idea guys!! Good work!! Hope to see in the future more features like this one!

Curse.
03.11.12
yeah but where are the fuckin riffs

Esky
03.11.12
Loved the Zelliack track, bought their EP. It's good. Really good. Great idea SS + contributors.

jdennis31
03.11.12
sweet list. now i don't have to spam zelliack recs on everyone's lists.

greg84
03.11.12
"yeah but where are the fuckin riffs"

^Well. Check out my track dude.

jdennis31
03.11.12
everyone who liked the zelliack track should check out 'these hands' songs been stuck in my head for days

FromDaHood
03.11.12
Great feature, occasionally questionable writing

Activista anti-MTV
03.12.12
Great feature, thanks for putting this on again!

SowingSeason
03.13.12
No problem, but don't thank me, thank all the users who contributed!

Already thinking of ways to make the second one better

Tyrael
03.13.12
more metal

SowingSeason
03.13.12
then contribute it ;)

patrickfannon
03.13.12
This is awesome, Sowing. Looks fantastic. Keep me up to date on the next one. I'm more than happy to contribue again. I love this idea.

SowingSeason
03.15.12
Thanks Patrickfannon! Glad to hear people wanting to contribute again :)

theacademy
03.15.12
i wish this came out towards the end of march i have such a sick track/EP that i just got last week holy shit

SowingSeason
03.15.12
put it on Q2 acad, there is no monthly constriction. Just anything before March 7 will be ineligible because that was when Q1 was posted

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