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12Twelve (Pub Metro 2004)
25 Ta Life (Mas Guinardó 2008)
50 Lions (Roquetes 2008)
77 (BAM 2012)
Addenda (CSA La Rampa 2015) Albert Hammond, Jr. (Primavera Sound 2015) At the Gates (Razzmatazz 2 2015) APPRAISE (Rebellion Tour 6, Razzmatazz 2 2015) APPRAISE (Can't Keep Us Down 2015) All Out War (DI6 HC FEST, Estraperlo 2014) Amenra (Razzmatazz 3 2014) Almax (Estraperlo 2013) Assot (Ceferino 2013) AtletA (BAM 2012) At the Gates (Resurrection 2012) Against Me! (Resurrection 2012) Agnostic Front (Resurrection 2012) Adrift (Resurrection Fest 2012) APPRAISE (Sala Monasterio 2012) Acid Mothers Temple (Moog 2011) Agathocles (Estraperlo 2010) Almax (Estraperlo 2010) Agnostic Front (Estraperlo 2010) Anal Hard (Razzmatazz 2, 2010) Angelus Apatrida (Resurrection Fest 2010) Amon Amarth (Bikini 2009) Anathema (Salamandra 2009) A cuchillO! (Mas Guinardó 2008) Alea Jacta Est (Mephisto 2008) Altar of Giallo (Mephisto 2008) Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno (Ricoamor 2006)…
20 Apr 2014, 03:26 by heyadamoAnother year, another Record Store Day eagerly observed and celebrated. When RSD began, it appeared as if record stores were on the endangered species list, along with video rental stores and mainline book chains. Thanks to loyal music fans like me (and you, too, probably if you're reading this) RSD has become a worldwide phenomenon. Fans flock to a store near them in the hopes of finding rare releases exclusive to today and to feed their music jones. Record stores once destined to a dodo-like extinction find their registers jingling and (hopefully) stuffed to the gills.
I will say this was a far more productive jaunt for me compared to last year. Of course, last year I was on vacation in northern Wisconsin, which never really had much in the way of record stores even before the bottom fell out. (I still ended up finding a store in Escanaba, Michigan -- a good hour drive but a nice excuse to visit the town besides.) This year, I was able to travel to a few different record stores throughout the day…
30 Mar 2014, 11:01 by galarags
3 Feb 2014, 08:16 by irishtimEvery year I hope to get this list up earlier, but a new career change has consumed most of my time lately. I'm not complaining, I love my new job and I still get to listen to whatever I want all day, but I won't have as much time to spend searching for new music or contributing to this site.
I don't care if these lists don't get read all that much anymore- other than by a few of you dedicated last.fm'ers (you know who you are)- I still enjoy putting them together. Enough said, here's my list for 2013.
My 10 Favorite*
*(in alphabetical order)
Arsonists Get All The Girls-Listen To The Color
The return of their former lead vocalist Remi Rodberg allowed Arsonists to return their earlier chaotic form. Not that I didn't enjoy their last two efforts, Portals and Motherland, I really did. …
28 Jan 2014, 16:25 by emicomTue 28 Jan – of Montreal
(Athens, Georgia, United States, since 1997, indie indie pop indie rock alternative elephant 6, similar to The Olivia Tremor Control, Major Organ And The Adding Machine, The Apples In Stereo, Circulatory System, The Unicorns, Animal Collective)
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6 Jan 2014, 11:20 by lewis_mufcI have probably listened to more new music in 2014 than ever before despite spending an increasing amount of time with older records as well. It may just suffice to say i've listened to more music in 2014 than ever before. This was almost certainly just the result of increased transit times and job changes but I'll take a win where I can get one. I wanted to write this during 2013 but late contenders such as Beyonce's fantastic new album and Burial's latest EP delayed the publishing of this list (The latter of which didn't even make it).
As soon as I sat down to compile this for no other reason other than a few hours of nostalgic reflection on the year past, I knew my top two records would end up being Boards of Canada's Tomorrow's Harvest and My Bloody Valentine's m b v. It was clear immediately that these two albums had elicited the most emotion from me and had an enormous replay value that eluded other releases this year.
What tipped the scales toward my favourite pair of Scottish…
9 Dec 2013, 20:46 by StugardWell, it’s that time of year again—‘tis the season for end-of-the-year album lists!
There was an absolutely INSANE amount of 5-star albums to be released this year, so I decided to switch things up from last year’s list format and properly list my 2013 favorites in order (also, I’ll be keeping my comments brief—but that’s just because now I’m a cool college kid who doesn’t have time to eat more than one meal a day, let alone to write two paragraphs per album). So, without further ado, I present: Stugard’s Best of 2013 List!
(Oh, and a quick note about some notable omissions: I did not get to listen to Baths' Obsidian, CHVRCHES' The Bones of What You Believe, or several other high-profile albums I'm sure I'd really enjoy whose names escape me. It was too late in the year and I didn't think I'd have enough time to sleep on them and give them a fair assessment, perhaps I'll do an "2013 albums I missed" list or something halfway through this next year.)
31 Oct 2013, 11:15 by PorridgeGunVanilla Call Option
by Rene Hell
by The Dismemberment Plan
by Four Tet
NYC, HELL 3:00 AM
by James Ferraro
Dead Can Dance
by Dead Can Dance
by Teen Daze
Chance Of Rain
by Laurel Halo
by Boards of Canada
28 Oct 2013, 23:26 by eucaine