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09.29.20 aromantic recs04.29.19 graduating
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aromantic recs

I don't know if I'm asexual or something (which means, yeah, I'm probably not) but for a few years at least I've had a very hard time engaging with music that deals with the typical topics of romantic and sexual relationships. Rec me stuff like the below, preferably sadboy/sadgirl indie stuff where they're sad about something other than a breakup. I like Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker well enough musically but from what I've heard they pretty much exemplify what I dislike about the current trends.
1Nick Drake
Pink Moon
3elvis depressedly
new alhambra
4Elliott Smith
5Henry Jamison
The Wilds

Love the music but often way too romantic.
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