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07.13.15 Mid year 201512.18.14 Top 25 2014
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Mid year 2015

We gonna be alright.
16Ryuichi Sakamoto / Illuha / Taylor Deupree

Three great ambient acts, interplaying in a smooth live experience.
15KEN mode

sludge/metal. Add dirt to dirt, BLESSED
14William Basinski

Ambient/piano sweeping piano loops, emotionally and truly soul consuming (unless you're like my dad-he hates loops).
13Mutoid Man

sludge/stoner/melody Oh man, saw these guys open for DEP-these guys were on point live. I never experienced stephen brodsky but the dude got some hella pipes on him. When i saw them live the drummer sounded a lot like the drummer from converge, dumb surprise for me to find out it is the same guy. Just good fun sludgy/stoner-y metal with a nice melodic flair.
12Chris Potter Underground Orchestra
Imaginary Cities

An ambitious orchestral jazz project, balancing both composition and improv parts, all performed with true maturity, showing flash and restraint appropriately.
Living Fields

Portico drop the quartet and go for their James Blake impression, turns out to be pretty good! (though many dont agree with me)
All Hands

The Minneapolis hip-hop collective really shine here, all playing off each other like different characters, a lot of this is complex lyricism that draws for abstract visuals vs something that is direct storytelling.
9Jake Bowen

Guitarist from Periphery writes chill electronic stuff, there a strong melancholy vibe here that would fit good on a solid anime action or drama.
8Aero Flynn
Aero Flynn

Pitchfork, meet your new favorite indie darlings.
7Voices from the Fuselage
Odyssey: The Destroyer of Worlds

Ashe never really left us, he just went back to his old band that is basically another version of Tesseract-except where TesseracT opted to groove metal patterns, Voices From the Fuselage take their cue from post-rock and blows their sound wide open and out into space.
6Punch Brothers
The Phosphorescent Blues

Folk/Bluegrass Although i respected this Brooklyn quartet, i never could dig into what they do. Enter The Phosphorescent Blues, where they opt to take a more pop oriented sound (straying from their bluegrass based sound). Yes, the reason why i like something is because it's more poppy.
5Bill Seaman
f (noir)

Another ambient album, where quiet devastation and optimism collide. Great to listen to when pondering about your future.
4Sufjan Stevens
Carrie and Lowell

Sufjan returns to his roots, bringing subliminal ambient elements from age of adz. I like this melancholy Sufjan this best
3Kendrick Lamar
To Pimp a Butterfly

Well. Duh.
Juggernaut: Alpha

See #1
Juggernaut: Omega

An appropriate metal progression for the djentlemen, a truly encompassing experience from the epic soft twinkles of "A Black Minute" all the way to the crushing closing of "Stranger Things". Spencer Sotelo is the greatest singer of our generation/time, guitars are nice and djenty-so br0tal.-Typical Pediphery fan
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