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Sounds Behind The Power: Lotic's Favourite Albums
Aimee Armstrong , August 22nd, 2018 08:35

Ahead of their appearance at this year's Unsound Festival, Lotic speaks to Aimee Armstrong about the 13 records that inspired them through life and music

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The Internet - Ego Death
Now, I never listened to any of the Odd Future shit, something about it was always quite offputting. There was no one in the group I could really gravitate towards. But I was always curious, it's a bunch of black weirdos making music. I really like Ego Death, to me it's one of the few albums that forces you to listen to it. I've always had trouble focusing on music, I always end up skimming through to see if it's playable in the club. This album got me back into listening to music for enjoyment.


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