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    Quote Originally Posted by PotVsKtl View Post
    Thanks for reminding me to listen to that one again. Did you end up catching their set?

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    Mirel Wagner's s/t from last year was completely overlooked and it is beautiful. Sad folk.



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    Curious as to what 2011 releases are still making it into yalls rotation?
    Or anything that you loved in 2011 that might not have held up a year (or so) later?
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    The Weeknd's trilogy is the first thing that comes to mind because I listened to it today.

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    Hurry Up, We're Dreaming hasn't lost any steam IMO. I just listened to it today on the way to work.
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    Austra's Feel it Break is the one that's gotten the most rotation for me. Nothing terrifically earth shattering, but really well crafted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swhite423 View Post
    The Weeknd's trilogy is the first thing that comes to mind because I listened to it today.
    Yep.

    Danny Brown's XXX and Kendrick's Section 80. Ty Segall's Goodbye Bread. Peaking Lights' 936. James Blake's LP.

    Bon Iver, M83, Wilco, St Vincent have all kind of diminished a bit in my eyes, but they're all still great albums. I probably just overplayed them to begin with, so they'll come back around.

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    I've been listening to a ton of the Kurt Vile and War on Drugs albums still. They held the fuck up for me. The Terminal Symphony still rocks.
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    Nils Frahm - Felt
    Willamette - Echo Park
    Colin Stetson - New History Warfare Vol 2: Judges
    Austra - Feel it Break

    these are the ones I still return to often

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    Perfume - JPN
    Pete Swanson - Man With Potential
    Mr Muthafuckin eXquire - Merry Xmas and Suck my Dick

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    Hiss Golden Messenger - Poor Moon

    This is a country/folk band out of Durham, North Carolina. Vocals remind me of Tallest Man on Earth, and the instrumentation is just so rich. I am so deeply in love with this record and I hope these guys get big, they sure deserve it.





    Also the mix/mastering is excellent. Lots of space and very clean.
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