FKA Twigs | Two Weeks

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Amen Dunes :: “I Know Myself”
Love (2014)

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Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass

The New Pornographers :: “Brill Bruisers”
Brill Bruisers (2014)

Oneohtrix Point Never :: “Russian Mind”
Russian Mind (2009)

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Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band :: “My Head is My Only House Unless It Rains”
Clear Spot (1972)

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…there is not a band left standing that can rival Swans for ambition in our post-millennial wasteland. Musically and lyrically, on record and in their live performances, they reach farther and dig deeper than anyone else making music today. The Seer alone would have been sufficient proof of this; that they have given us a record every bit The Seer’s equal a mere two years later is almost grotesque. Enough has been said about Swans’ remarkable comeback this decade, and in any case, I’m not the person to say it—the important point here is that To Be Kind is as vital and unsettling as anything they’ve ever done, and displays a mastery of their craft that seems almost automatic at this point.

Sharon Van Etten :: “Your Love is Killing Me”
Are We There (2014)

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Marissa Nadler :: “Drive”
July (2014)

Rhye :: “Verse”
Woman (2013)

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