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It takes some looking and patience, but sometimes you come out with some great stuff.
1 Maserati
The Language of Cities

Solid post-rock with a few interesting curveballs. Pre-Temporary Residence days, so a good find.
2Joey Eppard
Been to the Future

Unavailable pretty much everywhere, this is an excellent album combining the acoustic, lone singer-songwriter template with virtuoso guitar-playing and wicked frenetic passages.

Haven't listened to it yet, but it was $1 and If They Move...Kill Them was a pretty strong debut.
4The Pax Cecilia

Yet another lucky find, after thousands of fruitless Google shopping searches and Myspace messages (now there's a throwback). Blessed Are the Bonds is one of my favorite albums, so this was very intriguing.
5 Brandtson
Trying to Figure Each Other Out

The full-lengths of theirs that I have are all top-notch; so hey, why not this?
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