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Sheesh. When I started writing this thing, I had no idea it would take my sorry ass through the Summer of the following year to finish it! But no matter; it made no sense to come this far and not finish, so here we are at long last – the best metal, indie, hip-hop, rock, pop, and electronica albums I heard in 2011. And while I’m fully aware that anybody who read the first installment or two has long forgotten about this, I’m overcome with a ridiculous sense of satisfaction over having finally finished this damn thing. Anyway, let’s get on with it! Wooo!
25. Vektor – Outer Isolation
There were more than a few metalheads fawning over Machine Head’s Unto the Locust when it dropped, and understandably so. For my money though, when it came to metal of any variety in 2011, Vektor’s sophomore release utterly blew everything else out of the water. …
8 jan. 2012, 23h01m par Confessions871YRON was born out of the notion of reviewing records exactly one year after their initial release date. This alternative to reviewing a record as and when it is released is an attempt to understand a record better within the context of its fairly recent absorption into mainstream or underground consciousness. For the past seven months 1YRON has focused on reviewing some of 2010's best records. With 2011 drawing to a close and with 2012 just around the corner, it's almost time to focus again on 2011's releases. Over the next year 1YRON will continue to review records on their first birthdays, the majority of which will feature in this list.
There's never much sense or clarity when putting together end of year lists because individual opinion ultimately rules over structure and ordering in such instances. However, we all feel compelled to at least attempt them. As usual, 2011 was a brilliant year for music in a similar vein to 2010 and, as usual…
14 juin 2011, 16h35m par no_conclusionSome stuff we’ve been enjoying lately but were too lazy to post.
Tiny gradiations of loss
Before the Bridge
Holy Other unofficial video for ‘Know Where’.
New Laurel Halo EP, Hour Logic, available for streaming here.
Those High5Collective videos for The Weeknd‘s ‘The Morning‘ and Frank Ocean‘s ‘We All Try‘. New MellowHype video for ‘64‘. And some stuff that isn’t exactly new but didn’t get much attention so why not post it:
Syd Tha Kid
Flashlight (feat. Lux)
Story Of Isaac
Dancing in Slow Motion (Teengirl Fantasy)
29 avr. 2011, 12h26m par RadioSCJames Pants: Love Kraft [Stones Throw]
Panda Bear: Tomboy [Paw Tracks]
The Weeknd: House of Balloons [Self-Released]
01. The Weeknd - High for This
02. James Pants - Alone
03. Visions Of Trees Vs. TLC - NO FLAG NO SCRUBS
04. WIN WIN - Interleave (Kingdom remix)
05. James Pants - Clouds Over the Pacific
06. Grimes - Vanessa
07. The Weeknd - The Morning
08. Thieves Like Us - One Night With You (Nite Jewel Remix)
09. Panda Bear - Alsatian Darn
10. The Weeknd - The Party & the After Party
11. d'Eon - Transparency
12. Panda Bear - Tomboy
13. Clams Casino - Illest Alive
14. James Pants - Darlin'
15. The Weeknd - House Of Balloons - Glass Table Girls
16. Panda Bear - Slow Motion
17. Mirror Mirror - Nau Sau Ser Bil Uma Rah Rab (Mirror Mirror with Stuart Argabright)