|Holdin On (feat. Freddie Gibbs)||Flume: Deluxe Edition|| |
|Are You With Me Now?||Mug Museum|| |
|Cate Le Bon|
|Make-Out King (Produced By Javelin and the Hood Internet)||Dude Bro|| |
|I Want You Back||Nocturnal|| |
|Overdrive||American Sharks|| |
|Stupid Money (feat. Assassin)||Tru Colors|| |
|Wayne Marshall featuring Assassin|
|Dark Lands Song||Dark Lands|| |
|Cavalier||Cavalier - Single|| |
|James Vincent McMorrow|
|A Good Man||Riverman's Daughter|| |
|No Shelter||Imperium|| |
|Campfire||Pine Trails|| |
|Endlessly||Join the Dots|| |
|Riptide||God Loves You When You're Dancing|| |
|Calico||The Swamps|| |
|Birds and Stars||These Changing Skies|| |
|Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas|
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Mug Museum is the third studio album by Welsh singer-songwriter Cate Le Bon, released in 2013. It was produced by Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick and was recorded in Los Angeles shortly after Le Bon relocated there from Wales. The album was generally praised by critics for its understated musical arrangements and lyrical content based on the theme of relationships, which was partially inspired by the recent death of Le Bon's grandmother. The track "I Think I Knew" features a duet between Le Bon and Perfume Genius.
Join the Dots is the second studio album by British psychedelic rock band TOY, released on 9 December 2013 in Europe and the UK through Heavenly Recordings. The band recorded the album with Dan Carey, who also produced their debut album, and it took twice as long as their first album to record and master. The first single to be released from the album was "Join the Dots", released in October, 2013, as a download and limited hand-stamped seven-inch vinyl. A limited edition of the album included the EP Join the Dubs containing five Dub remixes.