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    Moderat

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    Land Observations

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    Mutant

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    EUSA

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    The Original Sound Of Sheffield '78 / '82 Best Of

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    Blank Maps

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    New Order —
    Music Complete

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    Live At The YMCA 27.10.79.

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    Blank Maps/Winter Solstice

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    Welcome Back To Milk

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    Hurry Up, We're Dreaming

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    Methodology '74-'78: Attic Tapes

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    No.1 Against The Rush

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    Playlist: Turning The Mind & We Can Create

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    THE LOST TAPES (Midnight Sky)

  • Liars —
    No.1 Against The Rush (Official Video)

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    Talk (Official Video)

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    Fill Us With Fire [Kaleidoscope Video]

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    The Mute Synth

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    Drive Her Out (Mute Studio Session)

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    Johnny YesNo Redux (Video)

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    Johnny YesNo Redux

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    Faith Unfolds (Video)

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    Be With You [Montage Video]

  • Big Deal —
    Distant Neighborhood (Official Video)

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    The Devils Walk: A Short Film

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    & The Hooves Of Destiny - Liliputt (Official Video)

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    When I Start (To Break It All Down)

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    Whitechapel (Official Video)

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    new video for Black Water

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    Monuments single out now

2013 Highlights

Erasure- Snow Globe

Released: November 11

“This British duo brings their 80s synth-pop sound to the season, as well as some original music… The result: a collection of stripped down classics, combined with some 80s inspired fun.”-Examiner

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Make It Wonderful”, & “Silver Bells”

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Polly Scattergood- Arrows

Released: October 22nd

“Like all eccentric artists – she seems to follow her own whims, while disregarding expectations and any particular set of standards.”-BUST Magazine

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Disco Damaged Kid” & “Subsequently Lost”

End of The Year Love:
PopDose’s Best Albums of 2013
“Cocoon” Best Video of 2013

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Moby- Innocents

Released: September 30th

“Expansive, energized and fearless experimentalism.” – TIME Magazine

“Lonely moments of isolation with sweeping forces of nature, from hailstorms to sunsets.” -SPIN

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Don’t Love Me” &“Almost Home”

End of The Year Love:
PopDose’s Best Albums of 2013

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Goldfrapp- Tales of Us

Released: September 10th

“Calm elegance” -New York Times

“Alive with the pastoral colors of a world” -FILTER

 “This was a role that Goldfrapp was born to play.”-Under The Radar

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Stranger” & “Thea”

End of The Year Love:

Rough Trade’s Albums of the Year 2013

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Moderat- II

Released: August 6th

“Moderat’s II… blends the best of two giants in electronic music into something both brawny and graceful.”-NPR

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Bad Kingdom” & “Gita”

End of The Year Love:Rough Trade’s Albums of the Year 2013

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Maps- Vicissitude

Released: July 5th

 “Vicissitude finds Chapman sounding more fully formed as a musician and a human being. Smart and soaring, it’s an album versatile enough for dance floors and road trips alike” – NPR

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “You Will Find A Way” & “A.M.A”

End of The Year Love:

Rough Trade’s Albums of the Year 2013

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Big Deal- June Gloom

Released: May 31st

“One of the strongest and most disarming releases of the summer.”– Billboard

 “A duo that actually lives up to their name” -NYLON

 “Festival-ready sound” -SPIN 

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Dream Machines”, “In Your Car” &  “Teradactol”

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Junip-Junip

Released: April 23rd

“Really there’s no doing it justice-just let it carry you off in all its oceanic splendor.”-Blackbook

“Beautiful”-Stereogum

“There’s a guiding light out of the darkness”-Consequence of Sound

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Line of Fire” & “Your Life Your Call”

 End of The Year Love:

“So Clear” Amazon’s Best Songs of 2013

FILTER’s Staff Picks Best Record of 2013

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The Knife-Shaking The Habitual

Released: April 9th

“Brutal and wonderful.” -FADER

“Epic, occasionally haunting tour de force.”-Billboard

“The music has deep weirdness but incredible will and charisma.” -New York Times

 “This is the most visceral, exhilarating music they’ve ever made.”-SPIN

Tracks you don’t wanna miss: “Raging Lung” & “Without You My Life Would Be Boring”

End of The Year Love:

#1 eMusic Album of 2013

#1 Buzzfeed’s Best Albums of 2013

#2 SPIN’s Best Dance Albums of 2013

Included in: SPIN, Gorilla vs Bear, Paste, Stereogum, Consequence of Sound, PopMatters and Exclaim’s Best Albums of 2013

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