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Album of the Month JUNE 2015

Hands down, the Electropop release from Beauty Queen Autopsy won our Album of the Month for June.

Given a striking 9 out of 10 by Steven, we simply need to quote him with the words "When you think you're on the same road, BQA quickly derails that and brings you onto a new, fun, and quirky path. And I really wouldn't have it any other way."
May 2015

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