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1.
THE COMET IS COMING

“Summon The Fire”
(Impulse!)

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2.
WEYES BLOOD

“Andromeda”
(Sub Pop)

3.
TOWNES VAN ZANDT

“All I Need”
(Fat Possum)

4.
TERRY ALLEN AND THE PANHANDLE MYSTERY BAND

“Pedal Steal: Chapter 1”
(Paradise Of Bachelors)

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5.
PANDA BEAR

“Token”
(Domino)

6.
H.C. MCENTIRE

“Houses Of The Holy”
(Merge Records)

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7.
CLAIRE M SINGER

“The Molendinar”
(Touch)

8.
JONNY GREENWOOD

“De-Tuned Quartet”
(Nonsuch)

9.
PEDRO THE LION

“Quietest Friend”
(PolyVinyl Record Co.)

10.
ERIC CHENAUX

“Wild Moon”
(Constellation Records)

11.
KALLI UCHIS

“Venus As A Boy”

12.
YOLA

“Faraway Look”
(Easy Eye Sound)

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