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Julie Dexter, Interim: Retro-electro grooves to lose yourself to
Kno (of CunninLynguists), Death is Silent: Life's a bitch, then you die.
Mathis Hunter, The Soft Opening: Stony psych pop with mutton chops
Living Rooms, House Kid: A sparkling dose of digital aromatherapy
Mermaids, Tropsicle: Is there a beach around here?
Mighty High Coup, To the Moon: Perma-grin boom bap with an 808
The N.E.C., Is: Louder than you thought it'd be.
Playboy Tre, The Last Call: Earline's son needs a damn deal!
PJ Morton, Walk Alone: He got it from his daddy.
Queen Sheba, Shebatar: So fierce and vulnerable it hurts
Qurious, Planet Plant: A dream that seems really real.
Rebecca Loebe, Mystery Prize: I just wanna hear girls talk.
Red Sea, Weird Problem: Ecstatic noise: ATL meets NZ pop
Rhonda Thomas, Listen: Isaac Hayes is head-bobbin' in heaven.
Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics, "Heartlite" 7-inch: Imagine life as a Hallmark musical
Sa-Roc, Supernova: A Prelude to a Journey: Metaphysical flows for concrete jungle maneuvers
Sean Falyon, Sean Falyon BE Everywhere: Big voice. Bigger personality. Biggest hustle.
Selmanaires, "Sinister Season" b/w "B Spell" 7-inch: Moogie wonderland of crystalline electro tropicalia
Shawn Mullins, Light You Up: Occasionally edgy, always tuneful folk/pop
Soft Powers, Bad Pop: VHS fidelity is the new black.
Social Studies, Proxemics: Automatic generation of literary cleverness, son
Travis Porter, "Make It Rain": How old are these kids, again?
Trench Party, Anxiety: "Could you describe the ruckus, sir?"
Usher, "There Goes My Baby": Daddy's home with that panty-dropping falsetto
Waka Flocka Flame, Flockaveli: High-flying idiot savant. Balls of steel
Wymyns Prysyn, Tres Umbros: It's on tonight, dude. Bring it!
Yelawolf, Trunk Muzik: Redneck: amazing rapper. Story at 11.
Young Jeezy, Trap or Die : Put mixtape effort into album, please!
Zoroaster, Matador: Psych-metal grooves from the stoned cosmos
Nope, that's just a house around the corner.
Is this Stankonia???...
The song "Fire!" from their first album is still an indie classic.
The sampling, production, and live instrumental performances on the Claimin Tru track might have been…
"Tru Dat Interlude" - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik