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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Best EPs of 2013 (1-10)

Posted By on Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 2:07 PM

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This week's issue of the Source contains a lot of info to digest, and frankly, there wasn't enough room to get everything in you needed to know about.

Case in point, the Top 5 EPs of 2013 really needed to be the top 10.

So here is the rest of them and a Spotify playlist to dig into as well.

1. Rapor- Active Child
2. Wake Me Up- Aloe Blacc
3. Falling For Autumn- Lullatone
4. Royal- The Royal Concept
5. Tuscaloosa- Foreign Fields
6. Crushed- Army Navy
7. You & I- The Dig
8. Automagic- Biiko
9. Empty Estate- Wild Nothing
10. Meems- Miracles of Modern Science

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