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Best Coast - The Only Place Best Coast - The Only Place

"...Like the name of the band itself, the title track celebrates the mythical California of sun and fun, as Bethany Cosentino surfs a peppy beat..." (www.spin.com)

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Date Palms - Honey Devash Date Palms - Honey Devash

"Like some heady hybrid of spiritual Eastern jazz and rockish psych extrapolation, fans of Bruce Palmer, Dadawah, L. Shankar, Brightblack Morning Light, and Spacemen 3 should definitely scoop this up. This is the perfect soundtrack for hot desert nights, staring at the stars." (Aquarius Records)

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Ilian - Love Me Crazy
Ilian - Love Me Crazy

"...The first, artist authorized reissue of Ilian's sole album, Love Me Crazy. Existing outside the celebrated circle of private press classics of late ‘70s America, Illian steers honest pop and progressive moods along the coast of California where Love Me Crazy was conceived..." (Mexican Summer)

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Kurt Vile - God Is Saying This To You
Kurt Vile - God Is Saying This To You

"Here we find Kurt solo, four-trackin’ as usual, and blowing minds with his mix of bluegrass guitar, blazed singer-songwriterisms, and the knowledge of how to balance these contexts out with laidback precision" (www.mexicansummer.com)

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La Hell Gang - Thru Me Again (Ltd) La Hell Gang - Thru Me Again (Ltd)

"...Providing a counterpart to the sounds of fellow travelers in their homebase of Santiago, such as Watchout! & Föllakzoid, Thru Me Again is the product of a band mastering its own language & learning that the tender moments of their music can go as deep as their proverbial paint-peelers..." (www.mexicansummer.com)

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Marissa Nadler - Ballads Of Living And Dying Marissa Nadler - Ballads Of Living And Dying

"Each song on the album comes lightly-dressed, usually borne along by little more than Nadler's voice, her fingerpicked guitars, and ornamental flourishes from the occasional accordion, autoharp, or blurry wisp of feedback..." (http://pitchfork.com/)

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No Joy - Wait To Pleasure
No Joy - Wait To Pleasure

“...Most of the songs on Wait to Pleasure are short and sweet, and the album as a whole will leave you hitting the replay button repeatedly. This is music for drowsing in the sun, and for getting a summertime party started. It has energy and intimacy. It is dark and happy simultaneously..." (http://www.popmatters.com)

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Pink Playground - Destination Ecstasy (Ltd Mrarbled)
Pink Playground - Destination Ecstasy (Ltd Mrarbled)

Pink Playground dance around the fringes of a lot of shoegaze’s leading lights — My Bloody Valentine most prominently — and the question is: do they simply carbon-copy the material they’re influenced by or assist in driving the aesthetic ahead (http://www.tinymixtapes.com)

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Quilt - Held In Splendor (Ltd)
Quilt - Held In Splendor (Ltd)

"...is a good example of a record that successfully executes the tropes of psych—it sounds like it could’ve been recorded in 1967 without directly ripping off any artist in particular—without every truly transcending them..." (pitchfork.com)

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Quilt - Plaza Quilt - Plaza

"...The third album from indie/psych/folk quartet Quilt offers a rebuttal to all those people who argue that every artist steals. Some, like Quilt, know the difference between stealing from and honoring their influences..." (pitchfork.com)

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Quilt - S/T (Ltd Col.)
Quilt - S/T (Ltd Col.)

"..The odor of smoke, brisket, and crawfish stew seemed the perfect accompaniment to their twangy, somewhat ramshackle blend of 1960s psychedelia, mantric blues, and folk..." (http://pitchfork.com)

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Shadow Band - Wilderness Of Love (Ltd) Shadow Band - Wilderness Of Love (Ltd)

"...Their patient but powerful songs set in motion a series of refracting echoes that call forth images of medieval battles, spirits unseen by human eyes and the gentle, constant pulsing of the universe..." (www.mexicansummer.com)

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Tamaryn - Tender New Signs
Tamaryn - Tender New Signs

"...is an incredibly lush album, full of dense, echoey pop soundscapes sounding directly beamed in from 1991. While there are traces of many other shoegaze bands present in Tamaryn’s sound (My Bloody Valentine and Cocteau Twins in particular), they still manage to sound like nobody else specifically..." (inyourspeakers.com)

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Tamaryn - The Waves (Ltd)
Tamaryn - The Waves (Ltd)

"Tamaryn will surely get tagged as shoegaze even though The Waves has a thousand-yard stare. Its definitive characteristic is how vast it sounds: similar to My Morning Jacket's At Dawn, its plush, reverberating production is undoubtedly suited for headphones, but it has an expansive quality where it sounds like it could fill any space you put it in." (http://pitchfork.com)

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The Bitters - East General The Bitters - East General

"East General’s scuzzy quality gives the album character and atmosphere-it’s grungy, sexy, fun and easily sits well above anything else I’ve listened to this year. It just has attitude and will make you want to get out your eyeliner, strut around and get into trouble-like any good punk record should" (www.undertheradar.co.nz)

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