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Fierce Deity

Just ordered the first two, and the rest are recent downloads and the like.

On CD, because it is so fucking good.

Red vinyl, because it's really fucking good, but not as good as jokes.
3Mesa Verde
The Old Road

I haven't listened to it yet, but I'm pretty excited for it.
4 Enemies
Alpha Waves

Cool instrumental math-rock/post rock i guess. needs to get more attention, it's awesome.
5Mouse On The Keys
An Anxious Object

My first introduction to anything with real jazz influence, and I love it. The drums are so well done, along with the everything else.
6Minus The Bear
They make Beer Commercials Like This

I've had it for a long time, but never really gave it much of a chance. It's up there with Planet Of Ice and Menos El Oso. Pony Up and Fine + 2 Points are amazing songs.
7Manchester Orchestra
Mean Everything To Nothing

Need to listen to it still, i like the two singles.
The Martial Arts

This is awesome shit. "Brain Tarp" is my favorite song. I guess this could be called screamo?
9Sigur Ros
( )

Possibly in my top twenty albums ever after about 7 straight listens. It's absolutely wonderful on every level. Untitled 8 is breath-taking.
10The Wonder Years
The Upsides

I have to listen to it more, but this band is a ton of fun. Well-done pop punk kind of like a less serious fireworks or something.
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