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Top Albums of the Year

Top 25 Albums of 2012 – Kevin’s Picks

Posted February 11, 2013 by Kevin

28.  Purity Ring | Shrines Fineshrine: Obedear: Crawlersout:     27. Santigold | Master Of My Make Believe Disparate Youth: Keepers:     26. Father John Misty | Fear Fun Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings: Only Son Of The Ladiesman: Nancy From Now On:     25. Lorn Huron | Lonesome Dreams Time To Run: In […]

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Top Albums of the Year

Chris’s Choicest of Morcels: 2013 Style

Posted January 10, 2014 by Chris

(If you are interested, I posted my Top Songs HERE) Oh, did you wanna see my favorite albums? Well, ok then. 2013 was one for the books. The last time I was this excited about a year of music was probably 2007. For awhile there I was wondering if I’d ever be as excited again. […]

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Part Diary / Part ‘Best Music of 2012’ / Part 2

Posted December 31, 2012 by Annie Wagner

5. Grimes: Visions /// It is late Summer, and everything in my life is vividly amazing. This post could be entirely about Grimes if I’m not careful. My first time with Grimes was watching her Genesis video. I couldn’t disconnect her music from the images I was watching. I was revolted by them. It was […]

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Wes’s Favorite Albums of 2012 (30 of ’em!)

Posted February 23, 2013 by Wesley Warren

Now that the dust has settled on those failed diets, unused gym memberships, and your abandoned shit novel idea, we can finally reminisce with a clear head and nostalgic heart on the year of music that was 2012. Young whippersnappers and old faithfuls brought the ruckus in oh-twelve, but in the end it will be […]

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Top Albums of the Year

The Radio Cure’s Favorite Songs of 2012

Posted December 29, 2012 by Annie Wagner

2012 was a blockbuster of a year for music.  Each admin of the site was tasked to come up with their very own top 10 albums of the year, but no one could do it.  There were too many uncuttable bands.  We expanded the criteria to our top 15. . . then 20.  Still, no […]

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