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Genders / Get Lost
Album:Get Lost Collection:General
Artist:Genders Added:04/2014
Label:Self-Release 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2014-04-18 Pull Date:2014-06-20 
Week Ending:22 Jun15 Jun8 Jun25 May18 May11 May4 May27 Apr
Airplays:12131211

Recent Airplay
1.Wed, 18 Jun 14:Mister Esquire
Meow After Midnight
4.Sat, 07 Jun 14:DJ LA
Box of Chocolates (Sub)
2.Sat, 14 Jun 14:Mister Esquire
Meow
5.Sat, 24 May 14:Noel Tum
Live Your Life
3.Tue, 10 Jun 14:Matthew
A-philiac
6.Wed, 21 May 14:Mr. Esquire & The Terrahist
Meow After Midnight

Album Review
Harry
Reviewed 2014-04-18 
Zebra on the album cover is always a plus. Type of music that’s better if you’re in a… psychedelic mood. If you liked the Hotline Miami OST, this album should fit well. Fluctuates between angry, distorted guitars and quiet trances. Leaves me with a bunch of indie- and post-rock vibes.

1. (5:59; Something To Get You By) Powerful start, washed-out vocals+guitar, standard indie-rock
2. *(4:38; Atlas Moth) Similar feel to 1, not anything too interesting, good time-filler, female vocals, showcases the band’s talents
3. (4:24; Sugarcoat) Fluffy. Lighthearted. Percussion makes it worth a listen.
4. (4:43; The Wilderness) This is starting to get a little repetitive… almost a continuation of 3
5. (4:05; Golden State) Drumstick hits leading up to peppy guitar, title is very befitting
6. (5:09; How Long Can I Wait?) Sparse male vocals, discordant guitar riffs… transfers to quiet melody that lurches into a cacophonous angsty guitar smorgasbord
7. (4:44; Technicolor Vision) Female vocals are still a little quiet, but the melody overall isn’t bad. I love the guitar solo on this one. Standard indie rock
8. (4:51; Secrets) Intro makes you expect a fairly run-of-the-mill song, but occasional meter-changing outbursts keep you on your toes
9. (0:52; Close My Eyes) Gritty, laid-back, short.. skip it unless you’re playing 10 afterwards.
10. **(4:02; Twin Peaks) Best song of the album. Perfect combination of instruments/vocals, lyrics aren’t an afterthought.
11. *(3:53; Oakland) Nice start. Good driving music. Quiet section is filled with spacey guitars. Definitely worth a listen.
12. (4:13; Four Years) Excellent guitar duet, lots of ambient sounds, sounds layer in a way that’s initially satisfying but gets old after a minute or two.

Track Listing
1.Something To Get You By 7.Technicolor Vision
2.Atlas Moth 8.Secrets
3.Sugarcoat 9.Clos My Eyes
4.The Wilderness 10.Twin Peaks
5.Golden State 11.Oakland
6.How Long Can I Wait? 12.Four Years