• Top Tracks

    21 Dec 2011, 08:24 by masonface

    I've decided I'm going to record my top 15 most played tracks (omitting artist repeats) for every quarter from now on. My playlists of the quarter if you will.

    WINTER 2015
    1. Purity Ring - begin again
    2. Fifth Harmony - Worth It
    3. Raury - Superfly
    4. Shy Girls - Arrest Me (feat. Tei Shi)
    5. Years & Years - King
    6. Astrid - 2AM
    7. Who Is Fancy - Goodbye
    8. Big Data - Snowed In (feat. Rivers Cuomo)
    9. Kevin Garrett - Coloring
    10. Cashmere Cat - Adore (feat. Ariana Grande)
    11. Grimes - REALiTi
    12. Tkay Maidza - Switch Lanes
    13. Susanne Sundfør - Delirious
    14. Marina & the Diamonds - Blue
    15. Twin Shadow - When The Lights Turn Out

    Honorable Mentions: Kelly Clarkson - Heartbeat Song, MisterWives - Reflections, Jack U - Take U There (feat. Kiesza and Missy Elliot), Malibu N Helene - Figure 8

    FALL 2014
    1. Iggy Azalea - Beg For It (feat. MØ)
    2. Jessie Ware - Champagne Kisses
    3. Plastic Plates - Stay In Love (feat. Sam Sparro)
  • Gorillaz: The Fall (EMI)

    20 May 2011, 07:08 by Under_Radar_Mag

  • The New Classics @ Monday, May 2nd, 2011

    2 May 2011, 21:55 by kahht

  • The New Classics @ Monday, May 2nd, 2011

    2 May 2011, 21:54 by kahht

  • Lista Przebojów Radia SAR / Radio SAR's chart show (#322 - 2011-04-29)

    29 Apr 2011, 17:21 by Gutol

  • Gorillaz -- The Fall album review

    9 Apr 2011, 02:02 by -Asterisk-

    -Asterisk-, April 4th, 2011

    Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn has had his hands full for quite some time, following the release of the successful Plastic Beach. It is between touring, writing the next Gorillaz, and making sure the Gorillaz gang is staying out of trouble and giving us the updates via the virtual Gorrilaz world thorugh their website, where he releases his next collection of Gorillaz tunes - The Fall

    Without the budget of a full-length, nor the production crew of one, most if not all the songs on The Fall are Albarn centric tunes, though their not as tame as one might assume. Written while on the road, it is a side-story of an album of sorts, and not necessarily the proper follow-up to Plastic Beach. Gone are the big, anthemic, hits Gorillaz are known for, starstudded to the brim with guest appearances. In return, it's a stylish carnival of colors and vistas. One can't mistake this for a Damon Albarn album, which if he had a solo project, could easily fit in. …
  • The Fall

    21 Jan 2011, 19:42 by ggnomeproject

    Damon Albarn does it again—gets bored and makes another album, this one another Gorillaz album, a fan club-only Gorillaz album. I welcome Mr. Albarn’s boredom. Still, I never really understood the appeal of fan clubs, especially nowadays. Either way, there’s a free stream of the full album on gorillaz.com. Only fan club members, however, get to straight-up download it. I mean, why not offer the free download to everyone? I mean, since this is the decade of the leaked/free album? Whatever, onto the album.

    A punchy, repetitive bass line and danceable beat start us off thinking we’re about to hear Annie Lennox croon Sweet Dreams. Instead, the beat goes on without a word, only occasional keyboard noodling on top on Phoner To Arizona. Revolving Doors takes us elsewhere with its island-aura guitar and—what’s this—Damon’s voice. It’s nice to hear from you again, Damon.

    Not necessarily so on HillBilly Man. It starts off like any other Gorillaz song until suddenly…
  • Best of 2010

    2 Jan 2011, 13:34 by keport