#2
Whoaaaaa.

Mates Of State, Apples In Stereo, the Strokes, Wilco, and Elvis Costello in the same mix?

Virtual high five!
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#3
Movin to the country, I'm gonna eat a lot of peaches.

I miss that song, well done for bringing it back.
That Walri song sounds like its a cover...
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#4
K-Lizzle: Jumping Power High Five back! YAY!

Andrewbiles: I came across that song in my library while making this and was just like... YES! and the Walri song is an original afaik. They're a band from my school. They're swell.
#5
They're pretty good.
For some reason it just sounds like a cover. Can't really explain it, but it just has a feeling of appreciation for the song in the way they play it.
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That's when you know you found somebody special. When you can just shut the f*ck up for a minute, and comfortably share silence.

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#6
That was a great listen. Walri, Strokes, Apples in Stereo, Mates of State, Annuals, TPotUSoA were all awesome.
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#7
ima listen when i get home, perhaps after my nap, perhaps before. either way it will get listened to.
#9
HAR HAR. i liked that walri song. a lot. i remembered how good annuals were. and yours an kliz's mux's made me realize i've been listening to the wrong apples in stereo songs.