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AbsolutePunk is one of the main sources for all things alternative music, with over a million page views every month and a passionate community to back it up.

Their expertise is the independent music scene has been called upon to help guest curate a 10 album bundle of the AP staff’s favorite releases. The albums hand-picked by AbsolutePunk covers an awesome range of bands in the independent scene.

The Breakdown Artists represented in this bundle take home about 70% of your purchase!
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Patent Pending - Brighter
Patent Pending
Brighter

Patent Pending followed up a performance at the Billboard Music Awards and countless DIY tours with Brighter, in which the band steps outside the pop-punk boundaries to explore power pop, indie rock and an ode to Mario.

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  • 1. There Was A Time
  • 2. Shut It Down
  • 3. Let Go
  • 4. Hey Mario
  • 5. Battles
  • 6. Brighter
  • 7. All-Star Hipster
  • 8. Classic You (featuring Jaret Reddick)
  • 9. The Whiskey, The Liar, The Thief
  • 10. Falling Out Of Love
  • 11. Damn!
  • 12. Spin Me Around (bonus track)
Direct Hit! - Brainless God
Direct Hit!
Brainless God

Milwaukee's own Direct Hit! surprised fans by enlisting The All-American Rejects guitarist Mike Kennerty to produce Brainless God. The result is a more polished, melodic effort, but it maintains the band's signature, boundless energy. Fuck you. Get pumped.

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  • 1. On And On
  • 2. The World Is Ending (No One Cares)
  • 3. Buried Alive
  • 4. Getting What He Asked For
  • 5. White Robes
  • 6. Heaven Is A Black Hole
  • 7. We’re Fucked
  • 8. Bank Of Elevators
  • 9. Back To The Tower
  • 10. I Told You A Lie
  • 11. Home To You
  • 12. A Message For The Angels Part II
The SpacePimps - Eternal Boy
The SpacePimps
Eternal Boy

Pittsburgh trio The SpacePimps will transport listeners back to the glory days of carefree, early-2000s pop-punk with their latest album, Eternal Boy.

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  • 1. 206 Fairview
  • 2. Brand New Me
  • 3. Tradition
  • 4. Party Foul
  • 5. Fairweather Friend
  • 6. Say it to My Face
  • 7. Katie
  • 8. Amber Street
  • 9. The Glory Days
  • 10. Tears Falling
  • 11. Just for Tonight
  • 12. All Signs Point Home
  • 13. Thanks for Nothing
Half Hearted Hero - Whatever
Half Hearted Hero
Whatever
Animal Style Records

Half Hearted Hero's Whatever finds the Massachusetts group at a cross roads between the pop-punk/skate punk stylings for which they're known and a more mature, refined sound.

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  • 1. Untitled
  • 2. River
  • 3. Vessel
  • 4. Faint Feeling
  • 5. Framework
  • 6. Good Terms
  • 7. Direction
  • 8. Whatever
July - What We Signed Up For
July
What We Signed Up For

Hailing from the mysterious land of Canada, July make quite an impression with their TDR Records debut, What We Signed Up. If you're nostalgic for All Time Low's early sound, this album is for you.

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  • 1. Intro
  • 2. What We Signed up For
  • 3. West Coast Pimpin’
  • 4. Right Here for You
  • 5. Secret Is a Sleazy Word
  • 6. Dance, Shuffle, Move Your Feet
  • 7. Counting Ducks
  • 8. Eight Nine Eight
  • 9. Second Best
  • 10. To All the Kids
  • 11. Collapse
Junior Battles
Rally

Canadian melodic punk act Junior Battles prove that they are really good at both sports and music with their their sophomore album for Paper + Plastick. They have scored the winning goal with Rally.

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  • 1. (You Will Score The Winning) Goal
  • 2. Rafts
  • 3. Three Whole Years
  • 4. Bunk
  • 5. Believe It Or Not, George Isn't At Home
  • 6. Every Town
  • 7. TPS Reports
  • 8. Assholes on Rollerblades
  • 9. 27th Floor!
  • 10. Architecture II: Future Music for the Children of the Future
  • 11. (You Are Very Good At) Sports
I Can See Mountains - Life on a Houseboat
I Can See Mountains
Life on a Houseboat

Life on a Houseboat marks the full-length debut of I Can See Mountains. The Buffalo, NY-based group's sound is reminiscent of Transit, Saves the Day and vintage Taking Back Sunday.

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  • 1. One Mirror, Two Bodies
  • 2. Life On A Houseboat
  • 3. Sea Legs
  • 4. Snake Eater
  • 5. She's My Bobby Orr
  • 6. I Play The Fox
  • 7. Sweater Science
  • 8. Campfire Skin (Pt. 2)
  • 9. Glory
  • 10. One Big Table
  • 11. The Tigers Have Found Me And I Do Not Care
Blue of Colors
Small Little Pieces

Punchline frontman Steve Soboslai explores his indie-rock side with his solo project, Blue of Colors. Small Little Pieces with delightfully please fans of Death Cab for Cutie and Rilo Kiley.

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  • 1. This Is a Story
  • 2. Watch Your Mouth
  • 3. They Always Come Back
  • 4. Coordinates
  • 5. Your Face
  • 6. Diving Down
  • 7. Goodbye Stranger
  • 8. Edward Norton
  • 9. Jenn’s Song
  • 10. The Act of Being Silent
  • 11. Ghost Town
Free Throw - Lavender Town
Free Throw
Lavender Town

Before you lose your mind to Free Throw's Count Your Lucky Stars' debut These Days Are Gone, you need to get familiar with the Nashville emo band's initial EP. Brimming with gut-punch, throat-shredding anthems, Lavender Town marks the beginning of the next great band within the scene.

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  • 1. Slam With The Best or Jam Like The Rest
  • 2. Now Kith
  • 3. Lavender Town
  • 4. Pennsylvania Dutch
Caterpillars - The Other Side
Caterpillars
The Other Side

Caterpillars - a Dallas-based four-piece - captures the energy and atmosphere of that post-rock/post-hardcore hybrid Thursday developed on No Devolución with The Other Side. The sprawling "Light In This Room" is jaw-dropping, while "Rebirth" brings an energy a lot of newer bands lack.

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  • 1. Winter Haiku
  • 2. Rebirth
  • 3. Secrets
  • 4. Figure 8
  • 5. Worth the Change
  • 6. Repair and Retreat
  • 7. Light in This Room
  • 8. The Other Side
  • 9. Willows Around the Bend
  • 10. The Foundation