11 sept. 2014, 8h11m par Dunnemin
20 avr. 2013, 17h27m par leoesanto(Por ordem alfabética de bandas/artistas)
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago
Cambriana - House of Tolerance
Chico Buarque - Construção
David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Up From Below
Efterklang - Piramida
Fanfarlo - Rooms Filled With Light
Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
Kasabian - Velociraptor!
Kings of Convenience - Riot on an Empty Street
Little Joy - Little Joy
Los Hermanos - Ventura
Neil Young - Harvest Moon
Palma Violets - 180
Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
Radiohead - The Bends
Silva - Claridão
The Beatles - Abbey Road
The Killers - Hot Fuss
The Last Shadow Puppets - The Age of the Understatement
The Maccabees - Given To The Wild
The National - Boxer
The Strokes - Is This It
The Vaccines - Come of Age
The Who - Who's Next
31 déc. 2012, 10h49m par NotIneet
26 jan. 2012, 19h52m par willers
15 jan. 2012, 0h00m par airfigaroAs the years go on, it's getting more and more difficult to make these lists. I'm finding that I have less time that I can devote solely to devouring albums. Often my music listening time is occupied but other chores, leaving me only a certain percentage of concentration devoted to the music. Also with a subscription to mog.com and a free Spotify account, I have access to way more music. It used to be that I would collect MP3s from blogs, and purchased albums based of these samples. Now I can sample the entire album, and often I listen one album, enjoy it, but never take the time to really get to know it. I know, poor, cry me a river.
So... this list is composed of albums that I spent a lot of time listening to, but also have rated high on rateyoumusic.com. Coming in a little late this year, here are my favorite albums released in 2011:
1.) PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
2.) Tune-Yards - w h o k i l l
3.) Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues
10 jan. 2012, 23h30m par CBondra
6 jan. 2012, 23h40m par a-Me-with-a-YouA year that started out falsely disappointing, 2011 ended up in the historical records as one of the finer years for 'alternative' music in the last five years. A lot of excited and exciting debutes hit the scene, a lot of sophomore releases disappointed but that was made up for by one hell of a comeback record for my number one pick. Bring it on 2012!!
startin' off with sweet acoustics...
10. Kurt Vile - Smoke Ring for My Halo
check out this whiskey-drenched quality...
09. Middle Brother - Middle Brother
on to the bar brawl soundtrack of the year...
08. The Rural Alberta Advantage - Departing
skimming over old-timey narratives entailing a sexually charged "beast" figure...
07. Laura Marling - A Creature I Don't Know
touching on glossy pop perfection...
06. Emmy the Great - Virtue
5 jan. 2012, 16h33m par thunder2221Album list for 2011 is as follows;
1. David Comes To Life - Fucked Up
2. C'mon - Low
3. 4 - Beyoncé
4. Hot Sauce Committee Pt. 2 - Beastie Boys
5. Gangs - And So I Watch You From Afar
6. Let England Shake - PJ Harvey
7. XXX - Danny Brown
8. Undun - The Roots
9. Skying - The Horrors
10. Knife Man - Andrew Jackson Jihad
11. Vacation - Bomb The Music Industry!
12. Angels Of Darkness, Demons Of Light 1 - Earth
13. BBNG - BADBADNOTGOOD
14. Silent Running - 65daysofstatic
15. Watch the Throne - The Throne
16. The Whole Love - Wilco
17. Smoke Ring for My Halo - Kurt Vile
18. Plains of the Purple Buffalo - *shels
19. Celestial Lineage - Wolves In The Throne Room
20. Wild Flag - Wild Flag
1. Queen of Hearts - Fucked Up
2. Make Some Noise - Beastie Boys
3. Countdown - Beyoncé
4. Make My - The Roots
5. Second Song - TV On The Radio
6. Try To Sleep - Low
7. Campaign For A Better Next Weekend - Bomb The Music Industry!
3 jan. 2012, 3h32m par theLchord"Son, you should know that my recommendation is essentially a guarantee" - Ron Swanson
2011 was a fantastic year for music. I can tell because my top 10 list turned into a top 20. Then 25. And in it's final form, a top 30.
My favorite part of this year in music was its spread. On this list, you'll find a lot of electro-pop (DOM,Toro Y Moi, Modern Skirts), and on a similar level, a bunch of dream pop (Starfucker, Craft Spells, Memory Tapes). But 2011 also followed up a lot of what i loved a year ago- Beach Fossils, Real Estate, Male Bonding and Wavves were among the bands that set the tone for me in 2010. Joining the sound of a beach house basement was newcomer Cloud Nothings who had two solid releases, with a third expected in early 2012. And this was all pretty well rounded-out by Yuck, whose self-titled managed to become a best-of 90's indie rock.
Everything that was released in 2010 was pretty much rendered pointless once My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy arrived. …
2 jan. 2012, 21h48m par JohnySaskatunesGood year for music it seems. I had a hard time narrowing the list to twenty. Still there's plenty I didn't hear or never even heard about. Would appreciate any recommendations...
1. Old 97's - The Grand Theatre, Vol. 2
I really enjoyed the first Grand Theatre album and for some reason was expecting Volume Two would be a bit of a let down... was I wrong. It picks up right where Volume One left off and just cranks up the awesomeness. Bursting with raw energy and confidence.
2. Beastie Boys - Hot Sauce Committee Part Two
Probably my favourite Beastie Boys album of all time. They somehow manage to incorporate their many diverse influences – hip hop, punk rock, reggae, jazz - without sounding particularly eclectic. And all the while managing to tread a fine line between silliness and genius. Bonus feel-good points for Adam Yauch returning from cancer treatments to sound as cool and as sharp as ever.
3. Drive-By Truckers - Go-Go Boots