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4.8 classic
This Heat This Heat

4.7 superb
Albert Ayler Spiritual Unity

4.5 superb
Big L Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
Black Tambourine Black Tambourine
Cecil Taylor Unit Structures
Comus First Utterance
David Thomas Broughton The Complete Guide to Insufficiency
Have a Nice Life Deathconsciousness
Lee Morgan Search for the New Land
Leonardo Rosado Adrift
Say Anything ...Is a Real Boy
Talk Talk Laughing Stock
Today Is the Day Willpower

4.3 superb
Iannis Xenakis Persepolis (2018 Reissue)

4.2 excellent
1800HaightStreet Endless
Arturo Stàlteri .​.​.​e il pavone parlò alla Luna
Giancarlo Toniutti La mutazione
Gospel The Moon Is a Dead World
Preoccupations Viet Cong
Rolo Tomassi Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It

4.1 excellent
cv313 Seconds to Forever (EP)
Murmuure Murmuure
Orbital Orbital 2
Stara Rzeka Zamknely Sie Oczy Ziemi

4.0 excellent
Andy Stott Luxury Problems
Antonin Dvorak Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95, B. 178
Ariadne Tsalal
Beefcake Drei
Bela Bartok Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116
Belong October Language
Blind Idiot God Blind Idiot God
Boris Absolutego
Burial Untrue
Burial Kindred
Cap'n Jazz Analphabetapolothology
Carissa's Wierd Songs About Leaving
Cecil Taylor Conquistador!
Cerberus Shoal Homb
Chelsea Wolfe Abyss
City of Caterpillar City of Caterpillar
Colleen The Golden Morning Breaks
Converge Axe to Fall
Dalek From Filthy Tongue Of Gods And Griots
death's dynamic shroud Heavy Black Heart
Descendents Milo Goes to College
Don Caballero Don Caballero II
Dorisburg Irrbloss
Duster Stratosphere
Dyzlectic Octo The Epee
Ellen Fullman The Long String Instrument
Eric Dolphy Out to Lunch!
Faust Faust
Fire-Toolz Eternal Home
Fugazi Red Medicine
Golem Mecanique Nona, decima et morta
Grouper Ruins
Hella Church Gone Wild/Chirpin' Hard
Herbert Distel La Stazione
This sounds like being held in isolation but hearing the events of the outside world progress. Simple, but powerful
Hiatus Kaiyote Choose Your Weapon
Human Hands Human Hands
Jamesreindeer Al Jalloum
Jason Lescalleet Much to My Demise
Jon Hopkins Singularity
Kate Carr Fabulations
Lee Morgan The Sidewinder
Leos Janacek Glagolitic Mass
Les Rallizes Denudes Mizutani
Lil Ugly Mane Oblivion Access
Lionel Marchetti Knud un nom de serpent (Le cercle des entrailles)
Marika Hackman We Slept at Last
Material Girl Tangram
Matt Elliott Drinking Songs
Mission of Burma Signals, Calls, and Marches
Model 500 Deep Space
Mount Eerie A Crow Looked At Me
Natural Snow Buildings The Dance of the Moon and the Sun
Nickelus F and Shawn Kemp Trick Dice
Nico Desertshore
Nujabes Spiritual State
Orbital In Sides
Ornette Coleman The Shape of Jazz to Come
Paula Temple Edge of Everything
Phoebe Snow Phoebe Snow
Piglet lava land
Prince Of Denmark 8
Prurient Frozen Niagara Falls
Pseudo Code Europa
Public Image Ltd. Metal Box
Pyrrhon The Mother of Virtues
Rip Rig and Panic God
Rudimentary Peni Cacophony
Ryoji Ikeda Dataplex
Sarah Neufeld The Ridge
great example of blending minimalism and a variety of instruments and more modern composition tactics. delicate, yet powerful. triumphant, yet tender. the organic quality of violin mixes beautifully with an array of other sounds, and there is plenty of variety here while still maintaining discipline. one of the year's best so far
Sarathy Korwar Day to Day
Saya Gray 19 Masters
Sleepwalker (JPN) 5772
Stendeck Sonnambula
Stephan Micus Implosions
Talk Talk Spirit of Eden
The Brave Little Abacus Just Got Back from the Discomfort...
The Constructus Corporation The Ziggurat
The Coup Steal This Album
The Durutti Column LC
The Fall This Nation's Saving Grace
The Feelies Crazy Rhythms
The Knife Tomorrow, In a Year
The Newfound Interest in Connecticut Tell Me About the Long Dark Path Home
excellent post-rock/emo album, severely unnoticed... really goes above and beyond similar bands of this style and creates a lush, desolate atmosphere. the title fits the album
The Ruins of Beverast Rain Upon the Impure
This Heat Deceit
Today Is the Day Temple of the Morning Star
Tortoise Millions Now Living Will Never Die
Tortoise TNT
Tuxedomoon Half-Mute
Unwound Repetition
Unwound Leaves Turn Inside You
Vanessa Rossetto Whole Stories
Vladislav Delay Anima

3.8 excellent
Black Tambourine Throw Aggi Off The Bridge
Cecil Taylor Nefertiti, The Beautiful One Has Come
Choi Joonyong and Jin Sangtae Hole In My Head
Don Caballero For Respect
Jurg Frey Ephemeral Constructions
Laughing Hyenas You Can't Pray a Lie
Oathbreaker Rheia
Pleasure Model Kendo Dynamics
Reindeer Field Reports From The Western Lands
Rx Papi and Gud Foreign Exchange
Unwound The Future of What
Vril Anima Mundi
Vysoké Čelo Űrutazás
Wolf Vostell Dé-Coll/age Musik

3.7 great
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
Black Wing No Moon
CCCP Fedeli alla Linea 1964-1985 Affinità-divergenze fra il compagno Togl
Cecil Taylor One Too Many Salty Swift And Not Goodbye
Crowhurst II
Currensy Pilot Talk III
Drowse Soon Asleep
Ichiko Aoba Adan no Kaze
Jon Brooks Shapwick
Mnemonists Horde
Pendant Make Me Know You Sweet
Tenement Predatory Headlights
The Goats Tricks of the Shade
Won James Won Prozrachnik

3.6 great
Drowse Cold Air
Skee Mask Shred

3.5 great
A Fine Boat that Coffin! The Second Nail
Actress Splazsh
Airs Adore
Am Not The Developing World
Ariel Pink Pom Pom
ASC Imagine The Future
At the Drive-In In/Casino/Out
Atrofia Cerebral Matanza Extrema
Baton Rouge Totem
Bellows Blue Breath
Big Blood First Aid Kit
Big Blood Double Days II
Black Wing ...Is Doomed
Blood Incantation Starspawn
Bob Tilton Crescent
Bodyguard Silica Gel
Boliden Landscape and Memory
really lovely ambient techno. this sort of fuzzy, layered ambience paired with beats has surely been done before but Boliden just does it so well, here. great blend of varied beats, gorgeous layers (almost worthy of shoegaze description), occasional vocal melodies, and snippets of other various sounds. yeah. listen: ~
Borbetomagus Barbed Wire Maggots
Brighter Death Now May All Be Dead
Bucket Full Of Teeth IV
Cabaret Voltaire Red Mecca
Cerberus Shoal Mr. Boy Dog
Cerberus Shoal Cerberus Shoal
Cerberus Shoal ...and Farewell to Hightide
Chief Keef Finally Rich
Christopher Hipgrave No Greater Hero than the Least Plant that Grows
Cindy Lee Act of Tenderness
Comadre Burn Your Bones
Cruciamentum Charnel Passages
Dalek Negro Necro Nekros
Dalek Asphalt For Eden
Dalek Untitled
Damien Dubrovnik Great Many Arrows
Darage Bang EXXO
last-minute surprise. downtempo/ambient/tech/whatever from Germany. every song is smoov-as-fuck bliss. might
havta bump this up. dunno what my fav tracks are but for now I'll say: "Long Distance Run", "Sub-Surface", and maybe
"Something Deep".
Dave DK Val Maira
lovely minimal tech house. each track (averaging 6ish minutes apiece) builds beautifully in various directions, and new elements pop out of nowhere and add different dimensions constantly. enjoyed from beginning to end of the hour-long runtime.
David First Privacy Issues
David Shea Satyricon
Dean Blunt Black Metal
Dean Blunt The Redeemer
Depeche Mode Violator
Derek Rogers Silence is Being Substituted
Descendents I Don't Want to Grow Up
DJ Koze Amygdala
Doldrums (CAN) The Air Conditioned Nightmare
Don Caballero What Burns Never Returns
Dreamwell Modern Grotesque
Duster Contemporary Movement
Dusty Springfield Dusty in Memphis
Equiknoxx Colón Man
Faust Faust IV
Fire! Orchestra Arrival
Fort Romeau Insides
rrules. has a sort of retrospective element with some old school, 80s action-esque synths in some tracks, while others are more spacey and ethereal. every track seems to evolve seamlessly, almost unnoticeabley as you're transfixed on the addictive four-on-the-floor house beats, but then you look up and realize the song has warped into something new in your absence. gorgeous production, slowly, enveloping 7ish minute run times, fine-tuned effects, powerful, invigorating, unnnggghhh. wouldn't have expected this from La Roux's session keyboardist or w/e the fuck he was up to, but yeah, listen to this.
Frodus F-Letter
Frodus And We Washed Our Weapons In The Sea
experimental hip hop with some grime, garage, r&b, etc. fav tracks: "Hannah" and "Lick the Knife"
Gastr del Sol The Serpentine Similar
Giles Corey Giles Corey
Grouper Way Their Crept
Grouper Cover the Windows and the Walls
Half Japanese 1/2 Gentlemen/Not Beasts
Havukruunu Kelle Surut Soi
Helde Suaren Gerizpea
Hella Hold Your Horse Is
Iannis Xenakis Electronic Music
Jacob Newman and Devin Underwood Sending the Past
James Ferraro Marble Surf
James Ferraro Live at Primavera Sound 2012
Janis Lago Daughter of Sappho / Recovery
Jason Lescalleet Songs About Nothing
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma Devotion
Jim O'Rourke with Oren Ambarchi Behold
Joanne Robertson Black Moon Days
Joda Clément The last place they thought of
John Coltrane Ascension
Kent Tankred Ordinary Things
L'Orange and Jeremiah Jae The Night Took Us In Like Family
Lapalux Lustmore
Latishia's Skull Drawing Romanticized
great noisy punk. plenty of sleaze and varied musicianship but nonetheless a swift, concise roller coaster of irate, pissy
Lee Gamble Koch
Leyland Kirby Sadly The Future Is No Longer What It Was
Liberez All Tense Now Lax
Luigi Nono Guai ai gelidi mostri
Lumisokea Transmissions From Revarsavr
bit of an odd mix of techno and electroacoustic methods. it starts off a bit slow and confused, but hits its stride at about halfway where the band's techno influence shines through, creating a worthwhile combination rather than a fiddly thought experiment. it could've been more cohesive overall I guess but it still bangs.r
Main Source Breaking Atoms
Malcolm Pointon Electromuse
Masaya Ozaki Fluid And Dreaming Of Stripes
Materic Between Stone Slabs
sweet Russian skramz with a bit of noise and shoegaze influence. really nice balance of dour atmosphere and invigorating riffs, and both male and female vox. nothing groundbreaking, but it goes hard. 2nd and 6th tracks are both dope, but it's solid beginning to end
Mathias Delplanque Transmissions
Matt Elliott Failing Songs
Merchant Ships For Cameron
Miki Yui Oscilla
Moss Icon Lyburnum Wits End Liberation Fly
My Chemical Romance Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
Night Birds Mutiny At Muscle Beach
Nocturnerror Last Seconds Of Resentment Required
Oake Monad XXIV
Okkyung Lee Yeo-Neun
Oneohtrix Point Never Replica
Pain Teens Destroy Me, Lover
Pain Teens Stimulation Festival
Panda Bear Person Pitch
Paul Dolden The Threshold of Deafening Silence
Paul Jebanasam Continuum
Polar Inertia Kinematic Optics
sweet ambient techno. captures the arctic aesthetic, but pumps it with hard-hitting beats in the first half, and a
sense of introspection in the second half. the tracks on this double EP run about 8 minutes each for this first disc
and 20 minutes apiece for the 2 tracks on the second disc, but Polar Inertia pull off the lengthy structure without a
hitch. just enough nuance to keep it interesting, but restrained enough so the core appeal isn't lost.
Porter Ricks Biokinetics
Puce Mary The Spiral
Q and Not U No Kill No Beep Beep
Rabit Communion
pretty rad. if grime represent the sound of the england underground, this album sees it buried under centuries of dystopia. it's almost bio-mechanical in sound - visceral and human in the darkest sense, but very robotic too.
Radiator Hospital Torch Song
Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool
Revenge (CAN) Behold.Total.Rejection
Rites of Spring End on End
Roger Tellier-Craig Études
Rudimentary Peni Death Church
Ruined Families Education
Saccharine Trust Paganicons
Saudade a long lifetime of dying slowly
Shapednoise Different Selves
Slum Village Yes!
Snowday As We Travel
Sore Eyelids Sore Eyelids
Spy Versus Spy Spy Versus Spy
Sweet Trip Velocity : Design : Comfort
Swell Maps ....In "Jane From Occupied Europe"
Swimmer's Lungs No Expectations
T'Saatsuna/Reverend Desaad Churnmilk Peg!!/Hypatian Codex: Compendium Dub
solid af. really eclectic and organic sounding, and plenty of variety without feeling scattered. somewhere between 3.5-4 for me
Terrible Feelings Tremors
Terry Fox The Labyrinth Scored for 11 Different Cats
The Birthday Party Live 1981-82
The Brave Little Abacus Masked Dancers
The Durutti Column The Return of the Durutti Column
The Fall of Troy Doppelganger
The Horrors Primary Colours
The Hue Aurora
The Lawrence Arms Apathy and Exhaustion
The New Blockaders History of Nothing
Thelonious Monk Straight, No Chaser
Today Is the Day Animal Mother
Toshiya Tsunoda Somashikiba
Towers Bel Air Highrise Plantation
Unwound Challenge For a Civilized Society
Unwound New Plastic Ideas
Unwound Fake Train
Valerio Tricoli Clonic Earth
Vladislav Delay Multila
Whirr Sway
William Basinski The River

3.4 great
Black Merlin Proto World
Currensy The Carrollton Heist
Drowse Light Mirror
Kim Doo Soo Evening River
Silent EM Foreign States

3.3 great
Bisk [UK] Gutter City
Curved Light Reversion
Depeche Mode Songs of Faith and Devotion
Exit Sense Gambler's Spirit
Floral Floral
Hippies Wearing Muzzles Animist Pools
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma A Year With 13 Moons
another lovely, versatile release from Jefre. he mixes drone with lush noise and even bits of musique concrete, creating an album that is both beautiful and unsettling. the album is fairly front loaded, as the first 2 tracks are - I'd argue - the highlights. the following tracks feel scattered and nonlinear, and often too short to flourish. still, it works. it feels like sequences of memories running rampant, painting a distorted picture resembling a ruined relationship and the resulting personal turmoil. it's not excessive in emotion necessarily - at times Jefre comes off as very detached and indifferent - but it does seem like underlying emotions are begging to seep through. needs a few listens to 'click', but when it does the result is poignant.
Keiji Haino, Jim O'Rourke, Oren Ambarchi I Wonder If You Noticed "I'm Sorry" Is Such...
Lord of the Isles Parabolas Of Neon
N. Brennan and Orokin Goliath
Power Trip Nightmare Logic
Pure Disgust Pure Disgust LP
Ritual Chamber Obscurations (To Feast On The Seraphim)
Ritual Chamber The Pits of Tentacled Screams
Scattered Purgatory Sua-Hiam-Zun
Sheer Mag Sheer Mag III
The Gerogerigegege Moenai Hai

3.2 good
Anne Guthrie Brass Orchids
Chris Corsano and Bill Orcutt Made Out Of Sound
Francisco Meirino Surrender, Render, End
Fury (USA) Paramount
Less Art Strangled Light
Matt Elliott The Calm Before
Mudd Corp Loserlord
Peter Van Hoesen Oscar's Blood
Smagghe and Cross MA
Spectral Voice Eroded Corridors of Unbeing
thoroughly enjoyed this and it ticks all the boxes it probably should in regards to atmosphere and songwriting; but, I'm also content, after several listens, to set it aside and forget about it for a while. satisfied, but not captivated.
Street Sects End Position
The Hafler Trio Seven Hours Sleep
The Necks Unfold
The Sound Jeopardy
Uranium Club All Of Them Naturals
Volhnn Phallus Dei

3.1 good
Roland Kayn November Music

3.0 good
Actress AZD
Adebisi Shank This is the Album
Adebisi Shank This is the EP
Adversarial Death, Endless Nothing and the Black Knife of...
Age Sixteen Open Up Finders, Please
Airs Apart
Alexisonfire Alexisonfire
Alice Boman Dream On
American Football American Football
Antigone and Francois X We Move As One
Applescal For
Attilio Novellino and Collin McKelvey Metaphysiques Cannibales
Ava Luna Infinite House
Azfarat Enough of Song
Barry O'Halloran Dyssomnias - Selected Works (10​-​12)
Ben Vida Damaged Particulates
good electroacoustic that works better as a supplementary listen than a standalone one. listened to this on the bus and
while walking downtown and it was a nice experience, as the city's accidental beauty meshed with the album's
attempted beauty in unexpectedly successful ways. but, it's a bit of a dull listen on its own. dunno if that means this
should be a 3.5 or a 2.5 so we'll settle on a 3.r
Beth Orton Weather Alive
Black Tambourine By Tomorrow
Bladee and Thaiboy Digital AvP
Chip Lionel Legs Back Feet Half
Chippendale, Gustafsson and Pupillo Melt
Chris Randall Oscillator Breach
Chthe'ilist Le Dernier Crépuscule
Cigarettes After Sex Cigarettes After Sex
I second Eliot's points, but this would be a near-masterpiece if Gonzales was able to accomplish what he does while also utilizing more variation in terms of songwriting. it has great pick-up-and-play appeal, and it's remarkable how far CAS can take their formula, but there isn't much I can say about one song that I can't say about another. which is good, but limits the album to just being merely good.
Clara Lai Haikus
Piano-led jazz from Spain. Subtly paced and tender, with enough of an experimental component to keep things
interesting, but not so much as to lose sight of the evocativeness. Tracks like "Bosque adentro..." make it out to
be an electroacoustic wanderer. the song titles all end with the name of various poets (Yosa Buson, Jorge Luis
Borges etc), from whom Clara Lai seems to draw inspiration. many barebones piano-based compositions can
feel a bit sterile, but this is all done pretty tastefully. nothing mind-blowing, but nice.
Cloud Rat Qliphoth
Colleen Captain of None
Colleen Everyone Alive Wants Answers
Colleen Les ondes silencieuses
Container LP 3
Converge The Dusk in Us
Corbin Leaving
Cubenx Elegiac
cyberbully mom club outdoor activities
CZARFACE Every Hero Needs a Villain
Dahi Divine The Element
Daniel Avery Song for Alpha
Danny Brown Atrocity Exhibition
Dashevsky Ghost Cassette
Dead Neighbors Dead Neighbors
Dear Eloise Beauty in Strangers
Death From Above 1979 You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
Denzel Curry 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms
Destruction Unit Negative Feedback Resistor
Deux Filles Space & Time
DJ Seinfeld Time Spent Away From U
Drekka and Funkhouser Within the Realm of The Unknown
Duck. Little brother, duck! Don't Take Our Filth Away
Dudal Dudal
Elvis Depressedly New Alhambra
Embassies of Denmark Embassies of Denmark
pretty rad post-hardcore out of Ontario. this is some remaster of a 2006 EP. reminds me a bit of The Newfound Interest in Connecticut or Sed Non Satiata.
Emma Ruth Rundle Marked for Death
Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) What It Takes to Move Forward
Endon Through The Mirror
Fabio Battistetti Into The Wood
Faust Faust So Far
Federico Durand Música para Manuel
Fennec This Place Was Once a Palace
Fire! Orchestra Ritual
Flatbush Zombies BetterOffDEAD
Floating Points Elaenia
a bit disappointing. a couple of his EPs are great so I was expecting some AOTY material for this full-length but
there's only a couple real highlights on this and the rest is decent
Food Court Food Court
Francois Bayle Erosphère
Frank Bretschneider Sinn + Form
Frankie Cosmos Zentropy
Frodus Conglomerate International
Gastr del Sol Upgrade & Afterlife
Gastr del Sol Camoufleur
Geotic Abysma
Girlfriends Girlfriends
Glass Bones The Hope In Forgiving & Giving Up Hope
Grade Under the Radar
Graham Lambkin Community
Graham Lambkin Aphorisms
Grouper Wide
Grouper The Man Who Died in His Boat
Half Japanese Overjoyed
Hella The Devil Isn't Red
Hella There's No 666 In Outer Space
Hella Tripper
Helta Skelta Beyond the Black Stump
Hippies Wearing Muzzles Egyptian Paralysis
Hop Along Painted Shut
How to Dress Well Love Remains
Icarus the Owl The Spotless Mind
Injury Reserve By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Institute (USA-TX) Catharsis
James Ferraro Suki Girlz
James Ferraro Skid Row
Jamie xx In Colour
solid UK garage from The xx's Jamie Smith. would be better if not for a couple stray turds mucking it up. for the
most part, ear-tickling bass, some memorable melodies, lofty builds and neat background noises. the first half is
significantly better. "Stranger in a Room" is negligible and "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" is comically bad, and
fucks up the
flow of the album. the first 4 tracks are rad, though.
Japanese Breakfast Soft Sounds From Another Planet
JASSS Weightless
Jordan Rakei Groove Curse
Karin Park Apocalypse Pop
Karlheinz Stockhausen Gesang der Junglinge
Karsten Pflum Dode
KirbLaGoop Goop
Klahtouk Deep Fried Thumb
surprisingly good Boston-based techno. really good balance between groovy and laid-back. nothing you haven't heard,
but well-executed nonetheless. plenty of little touches that pop out, making it a nice headphone experience. track 3 is
mixed a bit irritatingly, though. there's enough progressive elements to mix things up and create a sort of loose
extraterrestrial narrative, but not so much that it detracts from the visceral enjoyment. like a 2.9/5
Konstrukt and Keiji Haino A Philosophy Warping, Little by Little
Kostadis Unleash
thick, heavy ambient from Greece augmented by musique concrete. would probably pair greatly with a visual performance combining pitch black with sense-tingling, intermittent elements of light. the album itself is a good balance of eerie and groovy - dark soundscapes occasionally interrupted by minimal beats, suited to a dancehall where no one moves due to out-of-body enjoyment. I think.r
Leigh Toro L'Esprit De L'Escalier
Leon Bridges Coming Home
Loke Rahbek City of Women
loqto Replication
Loscil Endless Falls
Lubomyr Melnyk Rivers and Streams
lukepi Soar
M.E.S.H. Piteous Gate
Makthaverskan Ill
Makthaverskan II
Mamaleek Via Dolorosa
Marching Church This World Is Not Enough
Marina Rosenfeld Plastic Materials
Maths Descent
Maxime Corbeil-Perron K A T H A R S I S
Michael Pisaro and Toshiya Tsunoda Crosshatches
Midwife (USA) Luminol
Mika Vainio + Ryoji Ikeda + Alva Noto Live 2002
Molly Nilsson Zenith
Morning Effort I heard you the first time, it just wasn't funny
not bad, reminds me of YFW-era Brand New plus some twinkly emo influence in the vein of Snowing, but not as fast-paced. If you're an emo fan with ~9 minutes to spare, give this a chance. recording quality is obviously weak
Mystic 100s Mystic 100's
Netherworld Zastrugi
Night Sins New Grave
Nine of Swords I Can't Stand My Own Face
pretty vicious skramz. the chick sounds absolutely sinister, and the chunky guitars are relentlessly heavy. a nice change of pace from the plethora of post-rock screamo coming out the woodwork lately
NOFX Punk in Drublic
ostraca Disaster
Palmistry Afterlife
Paperworks Sweet Density
Paula Temple FACT 532
Perc and Randomer Igneous
Phrenelith Desolate Endscape
Pinkshinyultrablast Grandfeathered
Pity Sex Feast of Love
Protomartyr The Agent Intellect
Pyramid Vritra Danu
Rat Columns Fooling Around
Really From This Is What You Learned
some pretty tasty math-rock emo with jazz influence.
Recondite Corvus
Restive Plaggona Leaving The Body
Roly Porter Third Law
Royal Headache High
Rrose and Lucy The Lotus Eaters II
Ruby My Dear Balloon
solid breakcore, and the runtime is well-suited to Chastagnol's style. fun and concise
Say Anything Junior Varsity
Say Anything In Defense of the Genre
Really nice improvised piano+drum music. This is ideal for sinking into a chair after a long day, pretty relaxing and easy
on the ears.
Sciahri Behind the Line
Serpent Column Ornuthi Thalassa
Sextile A Thousand Hands
pretty cool post-punk with some surf rock, ambient, and industrial flavour. feels like the band is still finding a comfort zone, though. this has some dope tracks but you can tell they really haven't settled with a specific, effective sound.
Sin Anestesia The Transdimensional Seduction Handbook
rich, fascinating freeform jazz. the saxophonists are unreal, and are collectively one of the most creative ensembles I've come across in a while. this piece of music manages to be animalistic, yet fiercely precise in delivery. an interesting listen, though I wouldn't recommend it to newcomers of free jazz
Small Wonder Wendy
Some Some Unicorn Some Some Unicorn and The Golden Periphery
Son Lux Bones
Sprain As Lost Through Collision
Stuart Russell Inveniam Viam
Subhumans The Day the Country Died
SubRosa (US) For This We Fought the Battle of Ages
Suis La Lune Distance/Closure
Surgeon Force + Form
Sutekh Hexen / Hissing Sutekh Hexen / Hissing
Swan of Tuonela an incomplete portrait
Swindle Peace, Love and Music
Taku Unami and Devin Disanto Taku Unami / Devin DiSanto
Talk Talk The Colour of Spring
The Blunder of a Horse Mystery Manta
The Caretaker Everywhere at the End of Time - Stage 1
The Cherry Wave Shimaru
solid shoegaze with far-off vocals that are equal parts gloom and optimism. nothing too out-of-the-box here, but there's a handful of great tracks - "Crashing", "Michinoku Overdriver", and "Pure Burst" come to mind. r
The Haxan Cloak Excavation
The New Blockaders Changez Les Blockeurs
The Orb Moonbuilding 2703 Ad
The Reptilian Full Health
Thelonious Monk Monk's Dream
Thomas Leer and Robert Rental The Bridge
Today Is the Day Kiss the Pig
Told Slant Still Water
Told Slant Going By
"Tsunami" and "Sweater" were my fav Told Slant songs and weren't even album tracks, so I'm pretty happy with their
inclusion here.
Trapped Under Ice Stay Cold
U (UK) We Decide Who Comes In
Ufomammut Ecate
Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
Vladislav Delay Visa
Vladislav Delay Kuopio
Voiski Marble Sadness
Volcanic Queen Photography Shield
White Lung Paradise
White SeeD Sick In A Place Away from Everything
Wreck and Reference No Youth
Yair Elazar Glotman Études
Yumi Zouma Yumi Zouma
Zhrine Unortheta

2.8 good
Aine O'Dwyer Gallarais
Ansome Stowaway
Baklavaa Dane On
Bambara Shadow on Everything
Clouds (CAN) DJ Ultra Greatsword
DJ Sonikku Secret Island
Drose Boy Man Machine
Fischerle Post​-​functional Dub Objects
Jazz Cartier Hotel Paranoia
Lnrdcroy Ooze City
Mark Applebaum Speed Dating
Misha Mishajashvili 2018
Oliver Dodd Rhea
Pyrrhon What Passes for Survival
Tarquin Manek Tarquin Magnet
Tomaga The Shape Of The Dance
Yellow Emperor Yellow Emperor

2.7 average
Actress Ghettoville
Akio Suzuki a i sha
Asuna Tide Ripples
Bladder Flask One Day I Was So Sad That the Corners of My Mouth
Facialmess The Onedin Line
HRTL Yellow Mellow
Mitski Puberty 2
Miwon Jigsawtooth
Pan Daijing Jade
Pessimist (UK) Pessimist
Wiley Godfather
Wreck and Reference Indifferent Rivers Romance End

2.6 average
Emptiness Not For Music

2.5 average
36 Pulse Dive
Abdulla Rashim A Shell of Speed
Acre (UK) Better Strangers
Afterlives A Ticking Clock I Couldn't Stop
Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues
am. Darkdays
Angel Olsen My Woman
Animal Collective Centipede Hz
Anna Caragnano and Donato Dozzy Sintetizzatrice
Astral and Shit Spiritus Vitae
At the Drive-In in•ter a•li•a
Bad Future Nightchurch
Baklavaa Spiral Cramp
Barkin Engin and Tuna Pase Hazy Stars
Bedroom Eyes Honeysuckle
pretty average nu-gazey stuff. dreamy vox, grandiose guitar swells, catchy hooks, and little imprint. fav tracks: "Gypsy", "Dimmer", "Plain Heir" i guessr
Bicep Bicep
Biosphere and Deathprod Stator
Black Midi Schlagenheim
Black Tambourine OneTwoThreeFour
Bolzer Hero
Bongripper Miserable
Breathing Walker Breathing Walker
basically a calmer, more experimental Moss Icon with less punk influence. It's the same lineup, but with the addition of string elements. A cool listen, and essential for Moss Icon fans, but doesn't quite have the raw energy that made MI special. It gets pretty repetitive, and doesn't boast that much replay valuer
Burstbot Memory Imprints
Camp Lo Ragtime Hightimes
Caroline Polachek Desire, I Want To Turn Into You
Cerberus Shoal Chaiming the Knoblessone
Ceschi Broken Bone Ballads
Chavez Gone Glimmering
Client Liasion Diplomatic Immunity
Cloudkicker Let Yourself Be Huge
CO2 Quartet Intersections
Colleen The Tunnel and the Clearing
Dads I’ll Be The Tornado
Dan Deacon Gliss Riffer
Dan Lyth and the Euphrates Benthic Lines
the outdoor recording gives a cool feel to the album. the guy has a lot of talent, and is obviously great at sound engineering or whatever, but his vocal delivery is pretty obnoxious and I don't really like his songwriting style... I found this album pretty dry. a lot of cool elements here and there though. This album would be great to fall asleep to while sitting on a porch swing
David Bowie Blackstar
Dax J The Invisible Man
Daylight Robbery Accumulated Error
Dear Eloise Uncontrollable, Ice Age Stories
still some cool releases popping up in the year's tailend. Laid-back, surf-rock-y shoegaze from China. runs a bit
long and could use more changes in aesthetic but I'm liking this. fav tracks: "man without a heart", "something beautiful
to share", and "passby"
Death Grips The Money Store
Dedekind Cut Tahoe
Deerhunter Fading Frontier
Depeche Mode Music for the Masses
Dikembe Mediumship
Don Caballero World Class Listening Problem
Don Caballero Punkgasm
Drummotive, Quasi, Leonux and Infest Spectra
Dry Heave Designer Skin
Dustin Kensrue Carry the Fire
East India Youth Culture of Volume
Ekke Chasm
decent IDM/techno/glitch with some electroacoustic play. feels like a bit of a mishmash of half-fleshed ideas though. really nice and crisp sounding, but wanders a bit too much. would be better if Ekke really honed in on a prominent sound, rather than aimlessly tinkering. still, the found-sound elements help this pop in places
Elg Vu Du Dome
Eskimeaux O.K.
Evan Caminiti Toxic City Music
Ex Eye Ex Eye
Exploring Jezebel On A Business Trip To London
Faust Something Dirty
Field Medic Fuck You Grim Reaper
not too shabby. I mean, the sound quality is awful and the lyrics are juvenile and useless, but I have a soft spot for this kinda style and it's short enough that I can get through it enjoying the subtle melodies and lighthearted vibe. I'd only rec it to fans of lo-fi bedroom shit though, like mah boi Yak over there
Frodus Molotov Cocktail Party
Fucking Invincible It'll Get Worse Before It Gets Better
Gas Narkopop
Gas Chamber Hemorrhaging Light
Gastr del Sol Crookt, Crackt, or Fly
Ghostface Killah and BADBADNOTGOOD Sour Soul
Giles Corey Hinterkaifeck
Giovanni Venosta Olympic Signals
Grave Pool Mnemonics
Grey Gordon Forget I Brought It Up
Grischa Lichtenberger Spielraum
Heat Dust Heat Dust
Helen The Original Faces
Helena Hauff Discreet Desires
Helm Olympic Mess
Hollow Sunshine Bible Sea
Hookworms Pearl Mystic
Album kinda falls off after the first few tracks... the opener is great, the next track is decent, and the rest is kinda forgettable tbh.. not bad, but not great.
Hostage Calm Die On Stage
I See Giants Acts of Desperation
Icarus the Owl Love Always, Leviathan
Illyria Illyria
Ilpo Numminen Vuosi 5​/​12
Infidel?/Castro! Case Studies in Bioentropy
Jackie-O Motherfucker Fig. 5
Jason Lescalleet My Machine
better than his string of This Is What I Do releases, for the most part. there's a bit of an interesting narrative buried
beneath everything, and Jason is great at taking concrete noises and accentuating them for extra oomph, but his
production on this is a bit lazy. there's an overlong rainfall recording, some chopped-and-screwed variation of The
Sweet's "Fox on the Run", and some other questionable choices. but, parts of the album are pretty thoughtful - there's a
vocal excerpt at the beginning of the second half that won me over a bit. a good portion of this resembles the tiring
effect of dealing with semi-interested people in a professional environment whose droll demeanours begin to have an
adverse affect on your own psyche - sorta reminds me of Office Space or something. My Machine builds an
interesting concept initially... but doesn't really capitalize on it. i suppose some of this might be inspired by his
answering machine or whatever but i couldn't be bothered to look into the backstory tbqh

tl; dr - probably one of his better recent releases, but check Much To My Demise or Songs About Nothing if
you want to get into Lescalleet
Jennifer Eberhardt Hunting
Jenny Hval Apocalypse, girl
jennylee Right On!
Jewill Forme
decent Italian techno. has a certain kick that i really like, but would be stronger if it had a bit more variety.
Jlin Dark Energy
Jlin Black Origami
Joshua Sabin Terminus Drift
Justin Bieber Purpose
K. Fenrir K. Fenrir
Kaschalot Kaschalot
Kate NV Binasu
Katya Sanna Le Danze Elicoidali
Keaton Henson Monument
imo his best work is behind him. i think his formula, as tender and effective as it can be, has its limits. i have a hard time hearing this and not just wishing i was listening to Dear instead. this is probably v nice but this guy is just a 1-2 album artist for me, tis what it tis
Kobosil We Grow, You Decline
Konntinent The Empire Line
Krasnoznamyonnaya Diviziya Imeni Moyey Babushki Посмертные приключения
KŸHL Saus & Braus
La Dispute Wildlife
La Dispute Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair
La Dispute Rooms of the House
Lee Gamble Mnestic Pressure
Leftfield Alternative Light Source
Lightning Bolt Fantasy Empire
Like Thieves Autumn's Twilight
Little Simz A Curious Tale Of Trials + Persons
Lorn Vessel
Mamiffer The World Unseen
Martial Canterel You Today
Merzbow and Xiu Xiu MERZXIU
too much merz and not enough xiu. coulda been magic
mewithoutYou Ten Stories
Michel Banabila Feedback + Modular + Radiowaves
Mingle Harde Mongol Horde
Moa Pillar Hymns
Modern Baseball Sports
Modest Mouse Strangers to Ourselves
Moral Straightjacket Into the light
sounds like Self Defense Family worship. imagine some of their better tracks but with pretty lol lyrics tbh. it's aight
mRs Empty Spaces
mutaHERTZ Fantastic Planetscapes
Nun Nun
тпсб Sekundenschlaf
Oneohtrix Point Never Garden of Delete
Oneohtrix Point Never R Plus Seven
Open Mike Eagle Dark Comedy
Oranges From the President Faulty
Pretty decent pop punk, RIYL Joyce Manor, Modern Baseball. First couple tracks are pretty good, last couple are average. But hey, it's just an EP and these guys have yet to refine their sound. Hopefully a full length is in the works..
Oren Ambarchi, Kassel Jaeger, James Rushford Pale Calling
Organ Tapes Into One Name
Oswald Watanabe
P.SUS Sky Rhythms
Panda Bear Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper
Phoebe Bridgers Punisher
Quarterbacks Quarterboy
Rafael Anton Irisarri A Fragile Geography
Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement Ambient Black Magic
Rakta Oculto Pelos Seres
Regis Manbait
Richard Vergez The Foreigner
Say Anything Baseball
Sebastian Kessler Unterwegs
Shlohmo Dark Red
Smokey Emery Ex​-​Fin De Siecle
Snow Shards Blind
Somnoroase Pasarele GAMA
decent, but probably falls under EAI that I "enjoyed once but probably won't revisit." I'd recommend to someone
interested in EAI with a stronger rhythmic component and a more cinematic style.
Sophie Product
Sote Sacred Horror In Design
Sprain The Lamb As Effigy
State Lines For the Boats
Sufjan Stevens The Ascension
Supernova 1006 Unique world
Talk Talk The Party's Over
Tanks Asterisk
Tesla Pox Paper Boat
The Brave Little Abacus Okumay
The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There
The Jude Ivy Drown Me Out, I'll See Everything
The Mayor of Strawberry Hill A Great Offer
decent field recordings, some of his musicality kinda ruins things though. the vocal sample on "IV" gets annoying af, for example. it's a pretty front-loaded album. I think he'd benefit from making it just a bit more sparse - piling on the excessive piano and effects makes it feel very congested. the tracks are also way too short, and don't have time to unfold into something worth exploring.
The Oxford Comma Near-Life Experience
pretty average. sounds like Modern Baseball worship plus a bit of post punk influence here and there.
The Pop Group Citizen Zombie
The Spirit Of The Beehive Pleasure Suck
The Weeknd Beauty Behind the Madness
The Weeknd House of Balloons
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Harmlessness
Thorsten Soltau and Max Kuiper Roseth & Lilith
Thundercat The Beyond/Where The Giants Roam
Tiny Moving Parts Moving to Antarctica
Tiny Moving Parts Pleasant Living
Today Is the Day Axis of Eden
Troum and Raison D'être De Aeris In Sublunaria Influxu
Wanderwelle Ocean Stories
Waveless (MN) Spirit Island
Wiki Lil Me
William Basinski Cascade
Wolf Alice My Love Is Cool
Wrong (USA-FL) Wrong
Yumi Zouma II
Yumi Zouma Yoncalla
Yves Tumor Serpent Music
Zlaya Ryba All! This! There!

2.3 average
Chasms On The Legs Of Love Purified
good enough that i'm semi interested in whatever they do next to expand on their (promising) blueprint, but rarely does it stick out. a decent blend of shoegaze, industrial, and alt-whatever, but for the most part it sounds like HANL taking a leisurely stroll through the park. it lacks peaks and troughs.r
Hallelujah The Hills A Band Is Something To Figure Out
occasionally catchy, but mostly bloated and boring. "we have the perimeter surrounded" is worth checking, but yeah... lots of aimless shout-a-longs and mildly interesting prog and post-punk influence. there's probably a lot to this, but it doesn't really motivate me to spend any time with it.
Launder Pink Cloud
Natural Snow Buildings Terror's Horns
kinda disappointing. a lot of tension-building without much payoff. the final third of the album is good, but at that
point the momentum is kinda ruined. since the album was apparently inspired by eerie backwoods folklore, i was
expecting a more creepy story progression and some pretty sharp emotions (fear, confusion, despair, being lost,
etc) but most of this was a bit flat. there's some highlights ("Sun Tower", "the Rising Portal" and maybe "Orion is Dead"),
but a lot of forgettable material.
Negative Space Negative Space
Tenro One

2.2 poor
Evigt Morker Helmet Of Bones
Julie Byrne Not Even Happiness
Phyllomedusa Batglutton
Tomb Mold The Bottomless Perdition

2.0 poor
Alexisonfire Old Crows / Young Cardinals
And Also The Trees Born Into The Waves
And So I Watch You From Afar Heirs
Andrei Eremin Pale Blue
Angel Olsen Half Way Home
Aphex Twin Cheetah EP
Astronauts, etc. Mind Out Wandering
Best Case Scenario Staircase Wit
Bilal In Another Life
Black Tribe The Stillborn Revolution
Breaking Pangaea Cannon to a Whisper
Brobdingnagian Backpfeifengesicht
Busdriver Thumbs
Bylly Illusions
Ceilings III
Cephei Impossible Spaces
Cerberus Shoal Bastion of Itchy Preeves
Charles Manier American Manier
CHVRCHES Every Open Eye
Colleen The Weighing Of The Heart
Constellate Constellate
Cult of Luna and Julie Christmas Mariner
Darlia Petals
Dear Eloise Farewell to the Summer
Death Grips Fashion Week
Deep Heat Still Life
Deficit Budgetaire Sanction
Depeche Mode Construction Time Again
Dir En Grey Uroboros
Disparition Fate
Dreamend Dreamend
Duster Duster
Emery ...In Shallow Seas We Sail
Extreme Volume Pop The Music of Poverty and Irony
more consistent than his Abe Sandoval remix LP by far... I've heard better but can see this growing on me. but for
supposed 'harsh noise' this is pretty tame and not very climactic. it's nice if you're in a focused mood and are willing to
give undivided attention to every single little nuance, but it doesn't 'grab' me at all
Extreme Volume Pop Abe Sandoval + Extreme Volume Pop (Remixes)
Album is a mixed bag... you have some great stuff like "all aboard the Mary Celeste" but then useless crap like "and statues..."rNot a bad release, and tbh not a 'serious' one, but would be a hell of a lot better if he had a bit more focus. If you like minimal dark ambient there are some great moments on this
Faust C'est Com... Com... Complique
Faye Webster I Know I'm Funny haha
Felix K Tragedy of the Commons
Fvnerals Wounds
Godspeed You! Black Emperor G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END!
GosT Behemoth
Great Job Great Job
Grunt Castrate the Illusionist
Gurdonark Constellation Blackbird
Have a Nice Life Sea of Worry
Hayley Williams Petals for Armor
Helms Alee Stillicide
How to Dress Well Care
Icarus the Owl Icarus the Owl
Intervals The Shape of Colour
Iwrestledabearonce It's All Happening
Jac Berrocal, David Fenech, Vincent Epplay Antigravity
Jedi Mind Tricks The Thief and the Fallen
Julien Baker Turn Out The Lights
Kadhja Bonet The Visitor
Kamasi Washington Harmony of Difference
Kikagaku Moyo House in the Tall Grass
Klam The Concrete Vagina
Klara Lewis Too
Koufar Phoenix Rising, Phoenix Falling
Krypts Remnants of Expansion
Laura Marling Semper Femina
Leprous The Congregation
Liam Howard When Darkness Falls
Loma Prieta Last
Meüte Meüte
Memoria Uno Crisis
mewithoutYou Pale Horses
Mick Chillage (M)odes
Milk and Bone Little Mourning
MJ Lenderman Boat Songs
Modern Baseball You’re Gonna Miss It All
Moki Mcfly Armozel
Moon Bandits Action Changes Thinking
the stripped down approach is refreshing, but also restrictive.. the upbeat fiddle+banjo combo gets repetitive, and the album isn't dynamic enough to leave a lasting impression. the lyrics are pretty typical anti-corporate musings, but seem sincere. decent album. not great, but worth listening if you want some straightforward, simple upbeat folk-punk
Moritz Von Oswald Trio Sounding Lines
My Chemical Romance I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
Never Young Master Copy
NOFX Coaster
NOFX Wolves in Wolves' Clothing
Nthng It Never Ends
Olivia Block Dissolution
Ondness Quase Driven
Pennywise Yesterdays
Phew Light Sleep
Pianos Become the Teeth Keep You
Power Objects Frosted Tips
Pseudopod Rare Candy
Psychic Sex You, Voyeur
Questions Happiness January
Ritual Knife Hate Invocation
Royer Collectively EP
Rusangano Family Let The Dead Bury The Dead
granola rap from Ireland. album art is sweet but tbh the album is boring AF
Sannhet So Numb
Say Anything Hebrews
Sei A Gasp
Self Loath Nothing
Serengeti and Sicker Man Doctor My Own Patience
Sextile Albeit Living
Sharon Van Etten I Don't Want To Let You Down
She Makes War Direction Of Travel
Shifted Six Steps To Resurgence
Showbread Showbread is Showdead
Snekula Rifts
So Long Forgotten So Long Forgotten
Speak, Memory Value To Survival
decent instrumental math with emo influence... gets pretty repetitive and goes nowhere though. making this without vocals was a bad idea, as the instrumentals are way too repetitive to carry it forward. the thing sounds pretty same-y from beginning to end. the only somewhat interesting track is the album closer
Starset Transmissions
Strategy The Infinity File
Succumb Succumb
Sun Kil Moon Universal Themes
Swim to Cape Sherpa Proverbial
Talk Talk It's My Life
The Black Queen Fever Daydream
The Empty's Response Hegemony Collapse
The Horrors Luminous
The Leaky Faces : A Simulation
Shows promise at first... the dark folk sound combined with orchestral strings + harsh vocals is neat. However, the gimmick wears off quick and the album gets boring quickly. I'll definitely check out their next release, but this was pretty unremarkable. Fans of folk-punk might get a kick out of this
The Weeknd After Hours
The Whitest Boy Alive Dreams
Thomas Brinkmann What You Hear (Is What You Hear)
Thuja Ghost Plants
Titus Andronicus The Most Lamentable Tragedy
toe Hear You
Tortoise Its All Around You
Totem Skin Weltschmerz
Uncommon Nasa New York Telephone
Uniform Wake In Fright
Vagabon Infinite Worlds
Vatican Vamps Yggdrasil
Visionist Value
Waves Espace
We Are Scientists TV en Français
We Lost the Sea Departure Songs
White Suns Psychic Drift
WSR Chambers
Yo KOJIMA 児島洋 14 Days; Volume 1

1.5 very poor
Arcturus Arcturian
Basic House Government
Between the Buried and Me Coma Ecliptic
Big Blood and Thunder Crutch Big Blood and Thunder Crutch
Big D and the Kids Table Strictly Rude
Big D and the Kids Table Fluent in Stroll
Big|Brave Ardor
Black Helicopters Diagonal Science
Bolt Gun Man Is Wolf To Man
Botanist Hammer of Botany
Christian Michael Jackson J'ai jamais voté pour ça
CocoRosie Heartache City
Coutoux Reign of Terror
CRIMEWAVE fvckcrimewave
Cutsail The Belvedere
D.I.N. Phase Retard Extinction
Dean Marroni I Don't Love You, I Just Like Your Face
Death And Vanilla To Where the Wild Things Are
Defect Defect My Life is Like Death
Demdike Stare The Age of Innocence
Duster Together
Eidola Degeneraterra
Eliad Friedman-Green Where Do We Be?
FKA Twigs M3LL155X
Frodus Fireflies
Gesture Gesture
Geyser Bastion (deceased) Humble Cannons
Gravitsapa Radio Free Vulgata
Ukrainian math rock. pretty messy and ineffectual imo but i can see a lot of users fucking with this. the vibe is pretty
rough and jagged, sorta reminiscent of stuff like Don Caballero's What Burns Never Returns, but with a bit more of
a shamanistic undertone - there's this mystic ambience here and there. idk why i don't like it, but every bit of it rubbed
me the wrong way. probably a combination of the production, grating guitar work, and general aimlessness.
Greeley Estates Far From The Lies
Haunted Shores Viscera
Hesson The Guilt Complex
Hotel Books I'm Almost Happy Here, But I Never Feel At Home
Hotel Books Call Me Human
Iku Fundamental Significance
In Flames Siren Charms
Israeli Beach Party I Didn't Know You Could Change Time
Pretty unremarkable math rock. It sounds nice enough, but isn't memorable and lacks any sort of depth that might make it worth exploring. This is the kind of instrumental math that would improve greatly with the addition of a vocalist, which speaks volumes of how mediocre it is
Julia Holter Have You In My Wilderness
Julien Baker Little Oblivions
Knablinz Mind Set Tape
Krallar Drive Like There's No Tomorrow
La Dispute Here, Hear.
Loren Connors Lullaby
Lykke Li I Never Learn
Michael Summers and Ozark Soundscape Future Fold
Neaux Fell Off The Deep End
Necati Ozmucur Offside
Neck Deep Life's Not Out To Get You
OvO Creatura
Pissed Jeans Why Love Now
Real Real Talk Real Real Talk
Rhetion War Eyes
Rhetion Infinite Self
Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear
Schwefelgelb Wie Die Finger Durch Den Nebel
Self Loath Great Beef Makes Great Burgers
September (MD) September
Sghll Trance Pose
Shimmer Shimmer
Silvia Kastel Air Lows
Snail Mail Valentine
So Hideous Laurestine
Swahili Blonde Deities In Decline
Sworn In The Lovers / The Devil
Synths Versus Me Tormento Part 1
The Electric Nature Alienation
The Legendary Pink Dots The Seismic Bleats Of Quantum Sheep
experimental psych ambient. really boring, plodding nonsense. wouldn't recommend as an intro to this act. 90s
material was generally really good, so start with Malachai or The Maria Dimension
The Rebound Diary Of A Tin Man
The Smile Wall of Eyes
This Cold Night While I Disappear
Tirade If I Told You, I'd Have To Kill You
Twenty One Pilots Blurryface
Vona (Hope)
Wapstan Fjord
William Boscoe Davenport's All Star Noise Ensemble Romancing the Saw Blade
Willkamin Memaporia
Window Tappers Window Tappers
Wolf Eyes I Am A Problem: Mind In Pieces
Yo La Tengo Fade

1.0 awful
Beware of Darkness Orthodox
Bicuspid we are tiny fanged deer
Carach Angren This Is No Fairytale
Chemiefaserwerk Idatec
Cross For A Crown The EP
Dogville Dreams From Another Dimension
Evan Pincus All The Things I've Made (For You)
Illegal Wiretaps Polly Amour
Kurushimi Kurushimi
Lackthrow Stay Off
Litchi Edukalì
Load-In At 6
Load-In A Bowl
Moe Shop Pure Pure
No Fun Photocopier Waltz
Nyodene D / Dreamcrusher Nyodene D / Dreamcrusher
Oh The Places You'll Go Pleasure Is A Burden
Oomlät Utopia
Phyllomedusa Lycopodiopsidd Sidt
Quelle Chris Lullabies for the Broken Brain
Role (US) O Lord
Run the Jewels Meow the Jewels
Sweet Baboo Ships
The Gerogerigegege Saturdaynight Big Cock Salaryman
Tortoise The Catastrophist
Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker Advanced Basics

Black Ritual I Will Follow
Goryl Lord of Loud
M. Savant Stifleson thHibnørshir stemologicles
Malthael The Birth of a Monster

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