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Rec Something Accessible

I'm in the mood for something easy to get into, yet unique and compelling. These are some albums I've been listening to lately that fit this description.
1Crosses
EP II


This, along with the second EP, is some of the best stuff Chino's ever done. I've had these for at least a month and I'm still loving them. Such a great sound and brilliant melodies.
2Dead Letter Circus
This Is The Warning


Great sound, awesome vocalist. Easy to get into.
3Glassjaw
Coloring Book


I found this to be immediately gratifying and unique, yet varied and deep enough to maintain my attention in the long term. I've gone back to this many times and it's one of my favourite EPs of the last decade.
4James Blake
James Blake


I love everything about this gentleman's music. Again, it's a case of being accessible on the surface and yet incredibly layered and varied to the extent where I can listen to it all the way through and not get bored. Fantastic voice.
5Queens of the Stone Age
Songs For The Deaf


Aw yeah, 'nuf said.
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