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Where Will You Go When Your Skin Cannot Contain You an incredible story. Beautiful and brutal at the same time. Anyways, list is digs, which also range from the beautiful to the brutal.
1Red 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.
2Iron & Wine
Kiss Each Other Clean

Grows on me with every listen. Especially "Rabbit Will Run."
3Band of Horses
Cease to Begin

Just some great, sweeping country-infused indie. Nothin' wrong with that.
4 Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd
Mysterious Skin

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.
5The Low Anthem
Smart Flesh

Amazing range on display here, from understated choir-folk to Tom Waits-y stompalongs. Also, "Wire" is just so beautifully melancholy.
6The Felix Culpa
Sever Your Roots

"To be in love with love is not enough this time." Another album that gets better with every spin.
Coloring Book

...and here's the brutality. How beautiful it is.
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