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Jacob R.
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06.17.14 Year 2014.5 in Omaha 03.19.14 Off To Nyc Soon
01.03.14 Omaha's Jan. 2014 Jams12.23.13 Omaha's 2013
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05.19.13 Who Wants To Be Buddies05.10.13 My Favorites From 2013
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03.17.13 Driving To Savannah Tomorrow02.11.13 Dexter Seasons Ranked
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Omaha's Jan. 2014 Jams

The albums, and accompanying songs, I've been spinning the most lately.
1Bonobo
The North Borders


Great vibes all around. Highlight: Know You
2Burial
Rival Dealer


Most accessible Burial release? Maybe, but that sure isn't a bad thing. Highlight: Rival Dealer
3Baths
Obsidian


I will never not be listening to this. Highlight: Ossuary (as of right now)
4Gold Panda
Half Of Where You Live


Clearly flawed, and yet so fascinating. Highlight: Junk City II
5Chance The Rapper
Acid Rap


Only a few songs really work for me here, but when Chance strikes gold you'll be listening to him on repeat. Highlight: Pusha Man
6Four Tet
There Is Love In You


It took me a long time to really enjoy this record, but it hit me hard the other day. Warm and memorable house music done right. Highlight: She Likes To Fight (a real deviation from the norm on the record, but the song's so heartfelt.)
7Childish Gambino
Because the Internet


This is the least bad Donald Glover's music has ever been, and it's a damned shame we kinda have to look at him that way as a musician. The production's great here, though, and some tracks in particular showcase his increasing finesse as a rapper. Highlight: The Worst Guys
8Main Attrakionz
808s and Dark Grapes II


Squadda B, Clams Casino and Friendzone show up here to make some of the most impressive cloud rap beats I've ever heard- they're almost good enough to convince me to disregard the sometimes sloppy rapping on this record. Highlight: Bossalinis & Fooliyones Pt. 2
9Shpongle
Museum of Consciousness


Still haven't made it through this whole thing yet, but it's Shpongle, so of course it's great. These guys always know how to ensnare the listener, and so far this record seems to live true to that fact.
10Boards of Canada
Music Has the Right To Children


So nostalgic. Highlight: Rue the Whirl (so many favorites, but this one always gets me)
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