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2. Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) (Depressed Edit)

Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit on Cartoon's track, On And On featuring Daniel Levi. Follow Cartoon @cartoonbaboon

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3. Fumont & Myco - Fly With Me (feat. Tahira) (Depressed Edit)

Fumont & Myco - Fly With Me (feat. Tahira) (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit of Fumont & Myco's track Fly With Me featuring Tahira. Follow Fumont Follow Myco

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4. Phantom Sage - MIKO (Depressed Edit)

Phantom Sage - MIKO (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit of Phantom Sage's track MIKO. Follow Phantom Sage

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5. Favright - Taking Over (feat. Cassandra Kay) (Syncronice Remix) (Depressed Edit)

Favright - Taking Over (feat. Cassandra Kay) (Syncronice Remix) (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit of Favright's track Taking Over featuring Cassandra Kay, remixed by Syncronice Follow Favright Follow Syncronice

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6. Astronaut - Rain (Depressed Edit)

Astronaut - Rain (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit of Astronaut's track Rain. Follow Astronaut @astronautuk

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7. Astronaut - Rain (Priority One Remix) (Depressed Edit)

Astronaut - Rain (Priority One Remix) (Depressed Edit)

A depressing edit of Priority One's remix of Astronaut's Rain. Follow Astronaut @astronautuk Follow Priority One @priorityoneuk

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9. ~ sometimes I wish I was gone ~ sad/depressed mix

  • Published: 2018-02-12T21:58:30Z
  • By PirateBae
~ sometimes I wish I was gone ~  sad/depressed mix

~ music is keeping me alive, hope this will help you aswell ~

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14. Young Guv - Wrong Crowd feat. Jef Barbara

Young Guv - Wrong Crowd feat. Jef Barbara

Taken from the album "Ripe 4 Luv." Out March 10th on Slumberland Records. Pre-order iTunes: Pre-order LP/CD: From: Harry Winklebottom To: Social Media/Marketing/Sales Re: who is Young Guv and why is he ripe for love? Who's @youngguv? He's still underground, but everyone will know him soon. Right now, he only has 1500 followers, so we need to get this kid a checkmark as soon as possible. Here's the rundown: He's a white boy in a backwards snapback with fake Emoji neck tattoos. He's ripped bald kid fronting one of the most important and successful hardcore bands in Toronto history. He's a ghostwriter eating pasta as he pens al dente tunes for the likes of Sum 41, Kelly Clarkson, Taylor Swift, a few Canadian Idols, Snow, a slew of hardcore bands, Maroon 5 and one or two OVO affiliates. He's a tortured artist turning down Katy Perry's edits to his tunes because she didn't like his babies as they were. He's a child actor playing Ryan Gosling's sexy little brother. Do I need to go on? @youngguv is Ben Cook, and he's putting out an album, "Ripe 4 Luv," on one of the greatest labels ever, Slumberland Records. Having been around for a minute, Guv has decided to put together a set of pop tunes that shows off his range as a performer, singer, songwriter, style icon and retweet-worthy pop star. I've heard the album, and its ready to head to marketing. We don't need a billboard for this one, all we need to do is release a single and get it trending worldwide. We're going to break Nielsen SoundScan. We're going straight to #1 on iTunes! Guv got it right the first time with his band No Warning, one of the only Canadian hardcore acts to achieve recognition from major labels in the U.S. He parlayed this experience into a successful career as the creeper peaking through the curtain as better-looking people sing his songs to an appreciative audience. In addition to writing for pop royalty and no-name punk acts, Young Guv has spent the last 7 years playing guitar in fellow Toronto legends Fucked Up, selling 10's of 1000's of singles recorded in various bedrooms, and helping put the East End back on the GTA's music map with his Bad Actors imprint. Guv has been around for a while, and now he's helping new, young talent get around and release classic records. How could you not like this guy? He's got the bone structure to go viral at any moment. "Ripe 4 Luv" is a beautiful album for beautiful people. Plus, it really shows off his range. There's only one way to describe this record: Guv sings like Prince into expensive audio-nerd mics over power pop backing tracks that evoke Big Star after they got some nookie but before they became depressed about their failure to appeal to the right audience. If that's not good enough for you, then it sounds like Cheap Trick produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Or how about Drake's producer 40 manning the boards for a Hall & Oates session? Any of those will help sell this record to the blogs, just pick one and run with it.  That's it, that's what you get when you stream "Ripe 4 Luv" on Spotify. I'm telling you, this album is just perfect for Billboard's Trending 140 chart. We're going to be rich!

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15. Moon Diagrams - End Of Heartache

  • Published: 2017-04-26T18:23:50Z
  • By GeoNorth
Moon Diagrams - End Of Heartache

US/ROW: UK/EU: Digital: Catalog #: GN41 & SCR125 Mastered by Heba Kadry at Timeless Mastering 'Lifetime of Love' is the debut album by Moon Diagrams, the solo recording project of Deerhunter co-founder and drummer Moses John Archuleta. Recorded in Georgia (Atlanta and Athens) and Manhattan (East Village) over a 10-year period, 'Lifetime of Love' finds Archuleta processing various stages of love, loss, and regeneration via forlorn outsider pop, minimal techno, and warm, weightless experimentation. Archuleta follows sudden fits of inspiration or moments of chance, letting the unknown happen naturally while still confining himself to a specific set of boundaries. Samples were often taken from thrift store-sourced LPs, removed from their sleeves and chosen at random to find loops and textures. Elsewhere, Archuleta would anonymize digital songs and sound files, erasing track names, and re-recording new versions of the randomized mixes. 'Lifetime of Love' is the result of three extended fugue states, each marked by specific moments of catharsis. In 2007, between the release of Deerhunter’s breakout LP Cryptograms and 2008 LP Microcastle, Archuleta began his earliest solo experiments. The nascent exploration was enough to free himself and create sounds without inhibition. “Bodymaker” and “Nightmoves” are products of Archuleta’s earliest solo recordings, capturing his willingness to venture outside of the taut, mesmerizing drone rock of his main band. The chilling, ambient techno of “Nightmoves” perfectly foils and compliments the broodingly sullen but sincerely beautiful shuffle into the dark. Between 2012 and 2015, Archuleta experienced a reset of sorts, including the collapse of his marriage (a 10-year long relationship), touring support for Ariel Pink and James Ferraro, and a rekindled interest in his solo material. He began actively cutting himself off from a number of personal relationships and experimented with various drugs to begin recording again. Locking himself in his practice space, Archuleta would use only the spare instruments he found laying around in recording sessions. This period yielded a disparate mix of sonic sketches, from eerily bucolic choir recordings (“Playground”), dusty art-pop (“Moon Diagrams”), and infectiously jubilant dance pop (“End of Heartache”). For the final period, Archuleta found inspiration following an extended stint in Berlin, when he had flown out of the US on Christmas day, largely estranging himself from his friends and family. While holed up in the Michelberger Hotel, Archuleta fully intended to finish his debut LP. Instead, he remained in a state of relative isolation, haunting the hotel and taking in the city’s dark energy. After three weeks, Archuleta returned home in Atlanta, without having made much headway on the album. Feeling unproductive, depressed, and marred by jetlag, Archuleta resolved to finish the LP, working in a three-day fury of productivity that resulted in “Blue Ring,” “Ghost and the Host,” “Magic Killer,” and the final edits of 'Lifetime of Love.' Subtly grandiose and quietly epic, the album explores a hopeful and curious beginning, a morose middle, and a bittersweet, optimistic end.

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