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Canada Canada. DJ since Sep 13, 2008
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sabbatical Soundtrack for mopping a messy life; looking to renewal.
sabbatical You would swear this song *was* by Sufjan. (Hell, maybe it is.) "Jesus"

The Welcome Wagon -- Jesus

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sabbatical If you, like me, love Sufjan Stevens, but are weary of his long absence, The Welcome Wagon is an A+ stand-in (Suf. produced)

The Welcome Wagon -- Up On A Mountain

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sabbatical New musical discovery: Miracle Fortress. Montreal-based, Stratford, Ontario born. Brian Eno meets Forest City Lovers.
sabbatical Anyone going to see White Rabbits at Lee's Palace on the 27th?
sabbatical Loving Darwin Deez's album! Party time!

Darwin DeezBad Day

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sabbatical It's a Battles kinda night.


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sabbatical Soundtrack for making the best of grey days.
sabbatical New Frightened Rabbit album comes out tomorrow! Exciting! Heard two tracks so far — both golden.
sabbatical .@flashlight @josephdee @thinksmith Psst, listen to BLK JKS.

BLK JKSLakeside

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sabbatical Nice low-key, contemplative redo of an already great song. Ah, Suf, how I miss thee. (reblip)
sabbatical @josephdee Or you could listen to me. ;)
sabbatical @josephdee Or Dark Mean! Up-and-coming Hamiltoners (on tour in the UK right now.) This track is guaranteed to make you happy.
sabbatical @josephdee How about some Apostle of Hustle? Good home-grown Toronto stuff.
sabbatical Down to work. Here's a soundtrack for building inspiration, capturing imagination.
sabbatical Enjoying The Antlers' Hospice LP. Sort of a Leonard Cohen / A Silver Mt. Zion / Sufjan thing going.
sabbatical I'm at the combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell! Where you at?
sabbatical Sifting and shuffling my workspace, cyberspace, headspace. Onward!


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sabbatical To me, the most supreme irony of this advanced modern age is that our most permanent legacy will likely be our garbage.


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sabbatical Looking at Autumn today, I feel like this:

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