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Singles, EP's, 7-inches, and tapes

A roundup of Atlanta's best music of 2016

No value assignedCaesium Mine, Alia's Fane (State Laughter)



No value assignedCloak, "In the Darkness, the Path" b/w "The Hunger" 7-inch (Boris Records)

<a href="http://cloakatlanta.bandcamp.com/album/cloak-2016-ep">Cloak 2016 EP by Cloak</a>

No value assignedAbra, Princess (True Panther Sounds)



No value assignedChew, 3D EP (self-released)

<a href="http://3dchew.bandcamp.com/album/3d-ep-2">3D EP by CHEW</a>

No value assignedMan Up, Yancey, Blue Fuzz (self-released)

Blue Fuzz by Man Up, Yancey

No value assignedChris Hunt, Tomb II (Psych Army Intergalactic)

Tomb II by Chris Hunt


2 Chainz, Daniel Son; Necklace Don (T.R.U.)


Art School Jocks, "Nina" (self-released)



Nurse, self-titled promo tape (Negative Culture Tapes)

No value assignedYani Mo, Space & Simplicity Part 1 (self-released)



No value assignedDialogue, Abstractions (Underground Field Recordings)

abstractions by dialogue

No value assignedDJ Kemit, Together (Honeycomb Music)

Together EP by DJ Kemit

No value assignedOrder of the Owl, We Are Here To Collect Our Crown (Orange)

<a href="http://orderoftheowl.bandcamp.com/album/we-are-here-to-collect-our-crown">We Are Here To Collect Our Crown by order of the owl</a>

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