Baby D's Bagels
$20 Worth of Food and Drink for Only $10
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The Bobby Kennedy LP

T-Razor
SELF-RELEASED
T-Razor commits a rap cardinal sin on the last song: He actually asks for his headphones to be turned down.
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3=4

Interstates
SELF-RELEASED

Dig, if you will, a picture. Because not only is that all an all-instrumental band can provide, but that’s precisely the intent of such soundscape specialists like Interstates.

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Glow and Behold

Yuck
FAT POSSUM

Glow and Behold is full of perfectly enjoyable songs.

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The Unrequited

Kaejo
SELF-RELEASED

I love Childish Gambino, Donald Glover’s rap alter-ego.

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Gay Disco

Guerilla Toss
NNA TAPES

The spiritual heirs to Arab On Radar, Guerilla Toss make a gleefully heinous noise that somehow manages to remain catchy despite its best efforts.

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Cupid’s Head

The Field
KOMPAKT

Anyone familiar with the work of Swedish minimal techno producer Axel Willner, aka The Field, could tell you: The man has a formula, but damn, does it work.

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The Adventures of House Ghost

House Ghost
SELF-RELEASED
The girls are on the shore / And we’re watchin’ them shake / In the sun.
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t.r.u.t.h.

Common Collective
SELF-RELEASED
Not everyone is a singer — no matter how driven they are, how much confidence they have, or how many press photos they can take with vintage microphones.
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Die Forever

CROSS
SOPHOMORE LOUNGE
Ma Turner and R Clint Colburn immediately stepped into the touring lifestyle shortly after becoming a band. Later, Louisvillian Peter Townsend joined.
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Physical Education

House Ghost
DEAF EYE
Like a half-remembered episode of “Pete & Pete,” House Ghost’s Physical Education EP is a breezy and innocent helping of comfort food, bursting with the same