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Get your hands on Brian Eno’s My Squelchy LifeSuperfood – Don’t Say ThatListen to Parkay Quarts’ Content Nausea in fullEast India Youth to re-release album with 54-minute film scoreHalf Japanese – OverjoyedThe Growlers – Chinese FountainAllah Las – Worship The SunKaren O – Crush SongsJAWS – Be SlowlyTape Waves – Let You Go20 ALBUMS TO SOUNDTRACK THE PERFECT SUMMER SOLSTICEGold-Bears – DallianceParquet Courts – Sunbathing AnimalAmen Dunes – LoveAfghan Whigs – Do To The BeastMac Demarco – Salad DaysThe Amazing Snakeheads – Amphetamine BalladsTweens – TweensThe War On Drugs – Lost In The DreamBrown Brogues – ZolotoNick Waterhouse – HollyEagulls – EagullsPost War Glamour Girls – Pink FurTemples – Sun StructuresMaximo Park – Too Much InformationVulkano – Live Wild Die FreeWarpaint – WarpaintNo Sinner – Boo HooPeggy Sue – Chorus of EchoesHabibi – HabibiDrowners – DrownersEmily Wells – MamaWeekend – JinxThee Oh Sees – Singles Collection: Vol 3Grizzly Bear – Shields: ExpandedNick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Live From KCRWJake Bugg – Shangri LaDay Ravies – TussleLos Campesinos! – No BluesThe Flaming Lips – Peace SwordTess Parks – Blood HotArcade Fire – ReflektorWooden Shjips – Back To LandWillard Grant Conspiracy – Ghost RepublicWidowspeak – The SwampsJonathan Rado – Law And OrderBoardwalk – BoardwalkPearl Jam – Lightning BoltTraams – GrinHomeshake – The Homeshake tapeJoanna Gruesome – Weird SisterPond – Hobo RocketFuck Buttons – Slow FocusQOTSA …Like Clockwork – ReviewDirty Beaches – Drifters/Love is the DevilLaura Marling – Once I Was an EagleThe Black Angels – Indigo MeadowSavages – Silence YourselfMazes – Ores & MineralsNick Waterhouse – Time’s All GoneDaughter – If You Leave
Get your hands on Brian Eno’s My Squelchy Life
Superfood – Don’t Say That
Listen to Parkay Quarts’ Content Nausea in full
East India Youth to re-release album with 54-minute film score
Half Japanese – Overjoyed
The Growlers – Chinese Fountain
Allah Las – Worship The Sun
Karen O – Crush Songs
JAWS – Be Slowly
Tape Waves – Let You Go
Gold-Bears – Dalliance
Parquet Courts – Sunbathing Animal
Amen Dunes – Love
Afghan Whigs – Do To The Beast
Mac Demarco – Salad Days
The Amazing Snakeheads – Amphetamine Ballads
Tweens – Tweens
The War On Drugs – Lost In The Dream
Brown Brogues – Zoloto
Nick Waterhouse – Holly
Eagulls – Eagulls
Post War Glamour Girls – Pink Fur
Temples – Sun Structures
Maximo Park – Too Much Information
Vulkano – Live Wild Die Free
Warpaint – Warpaint
No Sinner – Boo Hoo
Peggy Sue – Chorus of Echoes
Habibi – Habibi
Drowners – Drowners
Emily Wells – Mama
Weekend – Jinx
Thee Oh Sees – Singles Collection: Vol 3
Grizzly Bear – Shields: Expanded
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Live From KCRW
Jake Bugg – Shangri La
Day Ravies – Tussle
Los Campesinos! – No Blues
The Flaming Lips – Peace Sword
Tess Parks – Blood Hot
Arcade Fire – Reflektor
Wooden Shjips – Back To Land
Willard Grant Conspiracy – Ghost Republic
Widowspeak – The Swamps
Jonathan Rado – Law And Order
Boardwalk – Boardwalk
Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt
Traams – Grin
Homeshake – The Homeshake tape
Joanna Gruesome – Weird Sister
Pond – Hobo Rocket
Fuck Buttons – Slow Focus
QOTSA …Like Clockwork – Review
Dirty Beaches – Drifters/Love is the Devil
Laura Marling – Once I Was an Eagle
The Black Angels – Indigo Meadow
Savages – Silence Yourself
Mazes – Ores & Minerals
Nick Waterhouse – Time’s All Gone
Daughter – If You Leave

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