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Rodan
Hat Factory '93

Rusty, the solitary album by Kentucky math-rock/punks Rodan, was released in April 1994, sealing the band as an important influence in how alternative rock has evolved since. A quarter of a century later, this collection demos Hat Factory ‘93 - laid down in a studio of the same name in Baltimore - emerges. Four of Rusty’s six tracks are present, plus a song named ‘Exoskeleton’. 
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Rachel's
The Sea & The Bells

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Peter Moren
The Last Tycoon


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Rachel's
Handwriting

This is the first Rachel's album and I remember thinking at the time "why are these former members of Rodan and Hulahoop playing classical music"? I didn't understand back then what it was but I knew I liked it. Then came 'Music For Egon Schiele' and it was obvious something quite special was going on. But this is where it started  - totally beautiful, unique music that is here to stay.    
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June of 44
Southeast Of Boston

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Calexico
98-99 Road Map

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Calexico
Travelall

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Calexico
Toolbox

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Calexico
Circo

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Calexico
Aerocalexico

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Calexico
Scraping

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Calexico
The Book and the Canal

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Rachel's
Selenography

Selenography (the study of the moon's surface since you ask) was the fourth album by Louisville chamber/neo-classical collective Rachel's. It is another stunning statement from the band incorporating samples and electronics into their ever evolving sound which also takes in post-rock and modern composition. Stunning, thought provoking music. 

Tara Jane O' Neil
Peregrine

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Rachel's
The Sea and The Bells

The Sea and The Bells was Rachel's third album and contains less of the pure chamber music beauty of its predecessor Music For Egon Shiele and more of an experimental post-rock sound that saw the trio incorporate drums, bass and guitar for the first time. It's a fascinating, sometimes impenetrable listen that helps pave the way for the modern neo-classical, post minimalism movement. 

Rachel's
Systems/Layers

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Kepone / Pegboy
The Ghost / Dangermare

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Rachel's
Systems/ Layers

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June of 44
Engine Takes To The Water

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Save Everything

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Very Soon & In Pleasant Company

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Phono-Comb
Fresh Gasoline

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Mi Ami
Watersports

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Sholi
Sholi

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The Bad Livers
Delusions Of Banjer

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The Uglysuit
The Uglysuit

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Dead Child
Attack

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Rachel's
Full on Night

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Tara Jane O' Neil
In The Sun Lines

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Mekons
Natural

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Phono Comb
Fresh Gasoline

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Naked Raygun
Throb Throb

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Bikin Atoll
Moratoria

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Naked Raygun
Basement Screams

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Naked Raygun
All Rise

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Rachel's
Music For Egon Schiele

Music For Egon Schiele, the second LP from the influential chamber music group Rachel’s, was first released in 1996 on Quarterstick Records. This set was conceived to score a play about the famous painter, and as such there is a fitting classical stateliness to these compositions. Brahms and Ravel are brought to mind across Music For Egon Schiele.

Tara Jane O' Neil
You Sound, Reflect

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Phono Comb
The Cross &; The Switchblade

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Very Soon, And In Pleasant Company

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Three Four

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Mekons
Retreat From Memphis

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Rodan
Rusty

Rodan’s very influential Rusty LP here. While this may be the Kentucky band’s only full-length record (we’re not counting 2013’s odds-and-sods collection Fifteen Quiet Years), the fusion of technicality and power on the tracks here still exerts a strong influence on the worlds of post-hardcore and math-rock. People often write the words Slint and Spiderland in close proximity to Rusty, and there’s a reason for that.
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  • Quarterstick

June of 44
Anahata

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June of 44
Four Great Points

So you've heard 'Spiderland' and you're wondering to yourself, were there any other bands capable of striking that potent balance of post-rock and hardcore, of beauty and pain? My friends, it is my pleasure to say that yes, there were. June of 44 for example, whose third album is as much a masterpiece as anything Slint managed. Don't believe me? Give the opener on 'Four Great Points' a whirl. Whew.
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  • Quarterstick