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One year ago:
2021/12/31And, with the end of the second plague year, here is the annual list of noteworthy records of the year: Damon Albarn — The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows ( BandCamp
Two years ago:
2020/12/31Once again, at the end of this plague year, it's time to recap the music that came out over the past twelve months and soundtracked the year's events, or lack thereof. And while this year
Five years ago:
2017/12/312017 is almost over, and so, here are my records of the year: Alvvays - Antisocialites ( BandCamp ) The Canadian indiepop band's follow-up to their self-titled album turns up the polish, sounding in
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