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|Where Will You Go When Your Skin Cannot Contain You|
...is an incredible story. Beautiful and brutal at the same time. Anyways, list is digs, which also range from the beautiful to the brutal.
|1||Red House Painters|
Red House Painters I
Been on a pretty big Kozelek kick lately. Finally checking out his early stuff. Also, in terms of more recent stuff, "Have You Forgotten" is such a beautiful song.
|2||Iron & Wine|
Kiss Each Other Clean
Grows on me with every listen. Especially "Rabbit Will Run."
|3||Band of Horses|
Cease to Begin
Just some great, sweeping country-infused indie. Nothin' wrong with that.
|4|| ||Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd|
Excellent, eerie, shimmering, mournful, and devastatingly gorgeous ambient-y score to an equally powerful film. Love how certain motifs filter distantly in and out during the entire album. And "Halloween"...amazing.
|5||The Low Anthem|
Amazing range on display here, from understated choir-folk to Tom Waits-y stompalongs. Also, "Wire" is just so beautifully melancholy.
|6||The Felix Culpa|
Sever Your Roots
"To be in love with love is not enough this time." Another album that gets better with every spin.
...and here's the brutality. How beautiful it is.