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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2009

Okay, I know what you're thinking: 2009 isn't truly over yet. Maybe that and the fact that I said in my first post for this series that this is in no way a "Best of" list. Well, 2009 is going to feel a bit like that. These songs are my favorites of the year, but it might seem a bit "Best-of"-y. Oh well....

"Daylight" by Matt & Kim from the album Grand

I would not have made it through finals last spring if i wasn't for this song. Whenever I took a much needed break, I would go outside, try to find a bit of sunshine, and put it on repeat for a good half hour. Pure bliss!

"Quiet Little Voices" by We Were Promised Jetpacks from the album These Four Walls

These Four Walls is a rhythmically driven powerhouse of a debut, laden with cleverly-disguised pop melodies, fleeting post-punk nods, and bombastic drumming. And "Quiet Little Voices" has everything you need in a good song: clever songwriting and a passionate lead singer.

"Home" by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros from the album From Below

Plain and simle, this song just makes me happy! How can it now, it's filled with unabashed joy! Hopefully everyone knows that "Home is wherever I'm with you" feeling - it's one of the most incredible things in the world.

"Bulletproof" by La Roux from their self-titled album La Roux

This is such a bitch-fight-back song, and that's why I approve! At the end of the day, it's just great catchy electro-pop. Thank you La Roux for embracing old synthesised beats!

"Postcards" by An Horse from the album Rearrange Beds

What a great song. Filled with fuzzed-out riffs, hummable hooks, and snarling beats, it's hard to stop listening. But at the same time you have those lyrics, and just it feels more stripped down and honest.

And there you have it! Ah, the Memories! Anyone else feeling nostalgic? Either way, Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2008

It gets easier from here on out. I got my computer right before going off to college (fall of 2008), so anything for 2008/2009 I can just look at play counts.

"I'm Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How To Dance With You" by Black Kids from the album Partie Traumatic

The intro being said, here is one of the top plays I have in my library. It's awful, but it's catchy...awfully catchy! I'm sorry, forgive me. Either way you can't deny that bass line.

"Skinny Love" by Bon Iver from the album For Emma, Forever Ago

"Skinny Love" is a wonderfully honest and emotional song. So incredibly poetic... this guy is a genius. Brilliant song, brilliant lyrics, amazing all together!

"Dance the Way I Feel" by Ou Est Le Swimming Pool from the album Mixes from Global

Let go. Dance. Forget. Just dance the way you feel. Pretend no one's watching. Loooooooove it! And I love that little cascade electro thing they got going on.

"Smile Upon Me" by Passion Pit from their Chunk of Change EP

Love love love it! But you MUST be wearing headphones for that intro. Then, and only then, can your eyes completely freak out and go left to right with the music. And that falsetto! Swoon!

"I'm a Lady" by Santogold from her self-titled album Santogold

Of course this song makes me feel like a lady too. A rockin' lady, but a lady nonetheless. You better know it! Got my mind made up ;)

Check back tomorrow for the last installment of "Ah, the Memories"

Ah, the Memories: 2007

We're getting there! We're in the homestretch! 2007!

"Sun is Out" by Apples in Stereo from the album New Magnetic Wonder

This song is about enjoying life, and I can't help but smile whenever I hear it. Short but sweet. So c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, check it out!

"I Still Remember" by Bloc Party from the album A Weekend in the City

This could quite possibly my favorite song of all time. Everything - the music, the lyrics, the singing - is all emotional brilliance. Anyone can relate to it, and remember when...

"D.A.N.C.E." by Justice from the album Cross

No one can deny how catchy this song is. It makes you want to get up and D.A.N.C.E., that's for sure! I can see you now....oh yeah, you're dancing, you p.y.t. you :)

"Nineteen" by Tegan and Sara from the album The Con

I think this is one of my favorite songs from The Con And even though I loved this album when it first came out, this song meant a lot to me especially when I turned 19. Plus the drums are amazing! Put this on your headphones to truly appreciate it though.

"Cheap Clothes" by Whitley from the album The Submarine

It simply tears at my heart strings, and the banjo picking is really beautiful. Plus I love his voice, sweet and thick! You should really just check out the whole album, it's pretty hard to put down.

Get ready - later today 2008 will be up, and tomorrow is New Year's Eve!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2006

We're on to 2006! I think this is also when I first really had an iPod, so no more mix CDs to rely on, just my memory.

"I Bet You Look Good On the Dance Floor" by Arctic Monkeys from the album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

So incredibly danceable! And what an amazing bridge! "Oh there ain't no love no, Montagues and Capulets/ We just banging tunes 'n' DJ sets 'n'/ Dirty dancefloors and dreams of naughtyness!" Bloody brilliant! :)

"Naive" by The Kooks from the album Inside In/Inside Out

I had a roommate who used to play this song every morning on repeat from when she woke up till when she was dressed and out the door. It used to be overwhelming to hear one song so much, but luckily I now look back on it and can laugh and appreciate the Kooks.

"Breathe Me" by Sia from the album Colour the Small One

My personal favorite. Such a vulnerable song, and the way Sia sings it... beautiful. Her voice is so compelling, it's addictive. I love listening to all her music, whether it's her solo work or her stuff with Zero 7.

"Lazy Eye" by Silversun Pickups from the album Carnavas

A lot of people have either a love or hate relationship with Brian Aubert's voice, but I find it very unique. Amazing bass, amazing guitar, and amazing drums.

"Wolf Like Me" by TV On the Radio from the album Return to Cookie Mountain

You have to put this song on repeat. I mean, how can you not? It's addicting! And there is no way you cannot move when you listen to this. It's everything you need: sex, drugs, rock n' roll...and werewolves.

2007 will definitely be up tomorrow, and possibly 2008 as well. Either way, the New Year is right around the corner!

Monday, December 28, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2005

Hey ho, let's go! We're on to 2005!

"Shatter" by Feeder from their album Pushing the Senses

I think this was the first song I ever heard from Feeder, and it has to be one of my favorites. It's just an amazing tune. The guitars are nice and chunky too, and the chorus just rocks.

"Mr. Ambulance Driver" by The Flaming Lips from At War With the Mystics

It's a sad song, but a beautiful one nonetheless. Plus it's another one of those songs that's on a lot of my mix CDs.

"Best of You” by Foo Fighters from their album In Your Honor

I love Dave Grohl's voice in this track, and the message is really moving. It's a great anthem, and it gets better and better every time I listen to it.

"Goodnight, Goodnight" by Hot Hot Heat from the album Elevator

Are you dancing yet? Are you? Cause I am!

"The Mixed Tape" by Jack's Mannequin from the album Everything in Transit

Jack's Mannequin has to be one of my favorite bands, and choosing my favorite song from the album was really difficult - like choosing a favorite child! - but when it comes down to it, how can you not love "The Mixed Tape?"

"Hoppipolla" by Sigur Ros from their album Takk...

How I love this song! One of my best friends will play this on the piano and suddenly I just feel like I'm home and safe. It gives me chills and makes me happy - and I don't even know what they're saying. Thanks Iceland!

Check back tomorrow for 2006!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2004

Hey hey hey, it's 2004!

"Neighborhood #3" by Arcade Fire from their album Funeral

From the opening, you know that Arcade Fire means business, and they don't disappoint. I can't listen to this song without wanting to bob my head, get up, and dance. Plus there's a glockenspiel. I think I'm in love.

"Dirt Off Your Shoulder" by DJ Dangermouse from The Grey Album

Here it is, this marks my obsession with later mash-ups from Girl Talk, E-603, Terry Urban, Mick Boogie, and the Hood Internet. This CD gets me every time, mixing everything that I love about rap (mad flow yo) with what I love with rock/pop/indie/other genres (the melody).

"Take Me Out” by Franz Ferdinand from their self-titled album Franz Ferdinand

I remember the first time I heard this song. The guitar comes in with a simple strum, and it could be any other song in the whole entire world, and after about a minute the whole song just slows down and the riff kicks in and you know they mean business. Love it.

"Alive With the Glory of Love" by Say Anything from the album Is a Real Boy

Clearly it's all about the intro: those Beatles style "ahhs" and that snare drum. Please and thank you. I love the lyrics and I love the melody. It's a simple song with a great message.

"Existentialism On Prom Night by Staylight Run from their self-titled album Starylight Run

I love this chorus, and because I love this chorus, I can't help but love the entire song. Plus the piano is simply beautiful.

Stay tuned, 2005 is coming up!

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Updated Site! (Again...)

Jut kidding!

And it's back to blogger....once again, the site might be weird for a couple of days, but bear with me.

Ah, the Memories: 2003

Wow, we're only on to 2003? I better get a move on if I want to do all of these years by 2010!

"I Miss You" by Blink-182 from their self-titled album Blink-182

Aren't you getting all nostalgic too? I think it's a great departure from their older singles, except the music video for this was creepy...Who knew that they'd all go off in their separate ways to Angels and Airwaves and +44, only to come back together for a reunion.

"Hands Down" by Dashboard Confessional from A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar

Oh lord Dashboard Confessional! Another CD that I used to put on repeat, but this had to be my favorite song on the whole CD. Maybe because it was one of their only happy songs.

"The Sound of Settling" by Death Cab for Cutie from the album Transatlanticism

Not only is this one of my favorite songs for Death cab for Cutie, but this is also one of my favorite CDs from them. Tis song is.....the only word tha comes to mind s adorable. It's short, it's simplistic, and the chorus is just darn catchy!

"Misfit" by Elefant from the album Sunlight Makes Me Paranoid

Such a good song, whether you actually feel like a misfit or not! The chorus is so matter of fact and nonchalant it makes it sound almost effortless.

"Modern Way of Letting Go" by Idlewild from the album The Remote Part

Rockin' chorus? Check. Wicked guitar riffs that pack a punch? Check. Awesome vocals? Check. What more could you want? Nothing, absolutely nothing.

From 2003 to!

Friday, December 25, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2002

We're on to 2002!

(Note: some of the songs will play in the player, while clicking on others will take you to another site to download them.)

"Swing, Swing" by The All-American Rejects from their self-titled album The All-American Rejects

Oh lord, the All-American Rejects. Posting this song is slightly embarrassing, but like I said, this is by no means a "Best of" post. I'm just being honest, and apparently I was attracted to music with lyrics that had emotional depth of a seventh grader, Maybe that's because I was a seventh grader...

"Clocks" by Coldplay from A Rush of Blood to the Head

I think it's safe to say that this is one of the biggest songs from Coldplay, and it was a huge hit in 2002, being most people's first introduction to the band (after "Yellow" of course). I love Chris Martin, and the piano with his voice is just really powerful in this track.

"Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service from the album Give Up

I still love this song and I can listen to it over and over again! Whether it's The Postal Service or Death Cab for Cutie, who doesn't love Ben Gibbard? And he always does a great job with lyrics. The first three lines just have simply amazing imagery, and the rest of the song only gets better.

"The Best of Me" by The Starting Line from the album Say It Like You Mean It

Oh lord, I loved this album, in all of it's pop-punk glory. I used to put the CD on repeat. Part of that also could be that the only button the worked on my CD player was the play button. Serious. If I wanted o stop the CD I had to take the batteries out.

"The Taste of Ink" by The Used from their self-titled album The Used
A lot of people think it's funny that I used to listen to The Used, but I did. It's just a really great anthem with a gret guitar sound and vocals.
That's 2002 for you! 2003's post will be up soon!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2001

All I can think of when I think of music in 2001 are bands like *NSYNC (yeah, that's right, don't forget the *), Lady Marmalade, and Dido. What can I say, That's what I think of whenever I look back: a top 40 world. But don't worry, everyone ventures away eventually.

"Dancing in the Moonlight" (cover)" by Toploader from the Walk to Remember Soundtrack

I know that's not the original album, but I'll admit that's how I knew the song. But either way I can't help but love it! I'm a big cover fan, so maybe that has something to do with it, but at the end of the day, you can't deny that the song is fun, good to dance to, and catchy! And right now, in these cold winter months, it certainly makes me look forward to summer :)

"Movies" by Alien Ant Farm from ANThology

This is another track that I found on a lot of my mix CDs. I haven't heard "Movies" in years, but I got pretty nostalgic listening to it again. For some reason I thought was a pretty rockin' kid, and I would listen to Alien Ant Farm ad I thought I was listening to punk rock (yeah that's right, sad but true, I'll admit it). So yes, I'm going to turn this one up and dance around in my room....maybe there will even be some air guitar...

"Clint Eastwood" by Gorillaz from their self-titled Gorillaz album

I love Gorillaz, and "Clint Eastwood" is probably one of the first songs I heard from them. It's just a nice mix of electronica, rock, and hip hop. Hopefully the real Clint Eastwood likes the song too. I loved this song when it came out and I still love it today!

"The Middle" by Jimmy Eat World from the album Bleed American

Just let "The Middle" sink in for a second. This song always puts me in a good mood. When I'm feeling down, it somehow helps me cheer up and become motivated to keep going.

"Last Nite" by The Strokes from the album Is This It

Some people truly won't understand! This song is so wonderfully addicting! Who can't love their sound? I mean, even with sad lyrics, the tune blends in an energetic beat. Hooray for garage rock! Hopefully the new album will be released...eventually

And there you have it! And now on to 2002!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2000

Oh man, 2000. It was the start of the new millenium! Remember that feeling (maybe it's a similar to the feeling of making it to a new decade). Looking back, there had to be plenty of moments that are essential to history, but I was a simple 11 year old - that's not what I was concerned about. I was much more caught up in trying to figure out what the hell the lyrics were for "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" by Eiffel 65. Looking back through my old CDs (I still had my trusty Walkman) and remembering what was on my Napster (oh, nostalgia), it's pretty clear what I was listening to in 2000.

"Punk Rock Princess" by Something Corporate - from the album Leaving Through the WIndow

Without a question in my mind, Something Corporate needed to be on this list. Take it or leave it. I remember that every time I got out of the shower I would pop in this CD and just put it on repeat and dance around my room. I had the BIGGEST crush on lead singer Andrew McMahon, and like any pre-teen girl I felt like through his music, he was personally talking to me.

"Hate to Say I Told You So" by The Hives from the album Veni Vedi Vicious

This was my first introduction to garage rock and the garage rock revival, and if you remember, The Hives got pretty big in the early 2000s (what else could you expect, I mean the boys had matching suits!). But it was a packge deal: his voice, the guitar hooks, the monster drums - aw yeah!

"Beautiful" by Flickerstick from the album Welcoming Home the Astronauts

I don't even know any other songs by this band - hell, I don't even remember where I found it. just know that any mix CD (yes, that's my generation, not mix tapes, but mix CDs) I still have in my CD case includes this song. Maybe it's the guitar riff, maybe it's the lyrics, but I love this song!

"Passerby" by Dispatch from the album Who Are We Living For?

This was the biggest song at my sleep away camp one summer. My counselor would play "Passerby" on repeat from her stereo which just so happened to be right next to my bed. And as a result, I now will forever know the lyrics. Plus I'm from New England, and who from New England doesn't love Dispatch?

And there you have it! Some of favorite songs of 2000. Say tuned, 2001 is coming up next!

Monday, December 21, 2009

Ah, the Memories: 2000-2009

So, just to clear things up, this is in no way a "Best of" post. To be honest, I find those ridiculous, seeing as how they are based entirely on personal taste and give off the impression that, firstly, my opinion trumps everyone else's and secondly, that I've somehow managed to listen to all of the music that has come out in the past decade. I don't try to even pretend that either of those statements are true, have no fears.

But what I do know is what music affected me personally, so I can give you a taste of that.

So keep a lookout! Starting tomorrow and going till New Year's Eve there will be posts about some of my favorite music from the past decade. Hopefully you'll enjoy looking back just as much as I do!

Friday, December 18, 2009

The New Runaways Trailer

Check it out! It's the new trailer for The Runaways!

I'm not surprised that they used "Cherry Bomb" for the trailer, but I'd be lying if I said I wouldn't have been upset if they didn't. It's not out till Spring 2010, but I'm still really excited!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

CD Review: Editors

The third studio album by the Editors, In This Light and on This Evening (which debuted at #1 on the UK Albums Chart) has been out in the UK since October 12th, but the album won’t be released in the states till January 19th.

Even before I heard the album though, I was already hearing a lot of mixed reviews. For their past two albums, Editors have been pretty consistent in their sound, and I’m sure that many fans (and this goes for any band, really) had high expectations that they would pick up where they left off. Maybe that’s why I was a little taken aback after my first listen.

Sure, lyrically and melodically, not much has changed. So what has? The band has put the guitars and drumsticks away and replaced them with synthesizers and a drum machine. The album carries sounds compared to many 80’s bands such as Joy Division, New Order, and Depeche Mode.

Seemingly blurring into one another, each of the nine songs take on bass synths, bubbling keyboard effects, and the gentle patter of programmed vintage drum machines. Kicking off with the ominous title track, it’s a slow burning beginning that explodes into pounding drums, fuzz bass and Morse code beeps to thrilling effect.

“Bricks and Mortar” is an epic six-minute track built on Leetch’s bass; he holds the album together, and there is a prominent bass line in nearly every track (“Walk The Fleet Road” is the exception). The track makes it clear that Editors are electronically enhanced, as a gentle drum machine and bubbling synth bassline set up the band’s carry throughout the song. A racing verse gives way to the best chorus the album has to offer. Pour salt water on the wound, Smith sings as the synths take over.

The first single “Papillon” certainly does not try to ease listeners into the band's new sound at all. Instead, it starts with the synthesizers up front and personal. The hammering melody that kicks off this song is instantly infectious and definitely kicks like a sleep twitch, as the lyrics state. It stands out as a ferocious slice of electropop with an urgency driving the song forward into its deserved position of lead single. It cannot be faulted musically, yet something seems a little off about it being on the album. In This Light And On This Evening is quite a dark record, and this slice of New Order-esque synth-pop seems oddly out of place. Nevertheless, if it can be said that this album has an anthem on it, this is surely it.
“You Don’t Know Love,” “The Big Exit,” and “The Boxer” move the album into a more sedate mid section, and into “Like Treasure” before the second single: “Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drool.” The song is like a gothic Talking Heads covering some long-lost 80s pop song; the quirkiest song in the band’s oeuvre by quite some distance.

“Walk The Fleet Road” closes the album, featuring excellent vocals from Smith (which includes an uncharacteristically high-pitched chorus), reminding us that when Editors go for the softer approach, it nearly always pays off.

Who can lie? Not as engaging as The Back Room, nor as immediate as An End Has A Start, In This Light and on This Evening is at least a solid addition to Editors’ music. Yet I’m still a bit reluctant to believe that they had changed their sound to revolve so heavily around synthesizers. But while the new direction may take some getting used to, it’s slowly growing on me. With Tom Smith's bold and dominant baritone voice and the band’s tendency towards huge choruses, at the end of the day this is still an Editors album, no less enjoyable or interesting than their previous two - but certainly different.

01 In This Light And On This Evening
02 Bricks And Mortar
03 Papillon
04 You Don't Know Love
05 The Big Exit
06 The Boxer
07 Like Treasure
08 Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drool
09 Walk The Fleet Road

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

I Love Small Children

Clearly he deserves a record deal

Monday, December 14, 2009

New Shout Out Louds Music Video!

Shout Out Louds - Walls

Sunday, December 13, 2009

How cool is this?

I found what I want for the holidays! I mean headphones AND earmuffs? How can you go wrong? They also come in different colors!

Still interested? Feel free to check Neff's website (plus they have a lot of pretty cool stuff in general), but the only place where I could actually find them to buy was Urban Outfitters.

Updated Site!

I hope you like the site because now it's new and improved! Hopefully it looks a bit more polished now. Before I was posting through blogger, but now I'm trying I have only been playing around with it for a couple of days, but so far I am a fan.

Just keep in mind that things might be weird for a couple of days (some posts/pictures/links, etc.) but hopefully it will all be resolved rather quickly. For a couple of days it will probably say that the site is "" but like I said, it'll properly map eventually. The only thing that I'm slightly worried about is that any links to old posts (permanently) won't work out so well because the pages aren't linked by archive dates....I guess it's all for the better in the long run though...

Saturday, December 12, 2009

We Got You Covered: "Such Great Heights"

Thanks Ben!

"Such Great Heights" (The Postal Service Cover) by Ben Folds

Now I'm a little more re-energized for studying for my finals...

Monday, December 7, 2009

Now Why Didn't I Think of That?

If you're a Jack's Mannequin fan you'll appreciate and understand the reference...

It was one of the postcards on PostSecret this week.

Jordan Martin

I love getting music submissions! See, I really do check my email! That's how I stumbled upon Jordan Martin, a singer/songwriter from Texas.

He played, recorded, and mixed all of his music over the last year in his one-room West Texas house. Martin's only been writing songs for around three years now, and playing the guitar for only a bit longer. Considering how he hasn't been doing this that long, I really like his sound.

<a href= "">liar by Jordan Martin</a> "Liar" By Jordan Martin

Not only is the music folky and fun, but Martin seems just as nice! When I asked him if he wanted to share any biographical stuff, he made a point that he, "enjoys Brie, red wine, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and crunchy peanut butter. Preferably Peter Pan."

If you're interested in hearing more, all of the music Martin has recorded is available for free download here .

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Lasse Gjertsen!

I forgot how much I loved this guy!

So way back when (we're talking when I still had dial-up internet access here) I used to love love love going to Lasse Gjertsen's Youtube page. He has lots of grea videos with a sort of stop-animation going on. The coolest part though is that he essentially "beat-boxes," "plays" the piano, and "plays" the drums in his videos. But the catch is that he doesn't actually know how to beat box, play the piano, or play the drums.

I'm not very good at explaining, so just check out his two videos below.

Lasse Gjertsen - Hyperactive

Lasse Gjertsen - Amateur

Isn't that awesome? If you're really interested feel free to check out Lasse Gjertsen's website. Be forewarned that it's in Norwegian. You can download all of the music that he's made for free!

And you want to hear one of the best parts about this guy? With some of his initial success on Youtube in 2006 he was offered job offers from groups like MTV who wanted him to help them with advertising. His response? Gjertsen publicly denounced the concept of advertising, "considering it just below prostitution," and refused all such offers.

Yeah, you tell 'em!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

We Got You Covered: "You Got the Love"

I'll be honest: when I first heard "You Got the Love" by Florence + the Machine I had no clue that I was listening to a cover song. Maybe you didn't either, but feel free to check out the orginal "You Got the Love" by the Source feat. Candi Station below.

Everyone is making a big deal about Florence + the Machine's version, but I personally love Florence + the Machine's version remixed by the XX.

"You Got the Love" (The XX remix) by Florence + the Machine

You can just put that on repeat forever!

Friday, December 4, 2009

Get Theophilus London's "Humdrum Town" for Free!

Thanks to Green Label Sound you can download Theophilus London's track "Humdrum Town" for free!

This song has been stuck in my head all week, and I just had to share it. The lyrics, the beat, the hook - all excellent! His original version was on London's This Charming Mixtape, and even though they are essentially the same, I still like the newer version better - it just sounds more polished.


Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Hello December!

Here's to another great month of music! There isn't too much going on this December, but what's coming out should be pretty good. I can always use some more Animal Collective!

Note: the release dates are all (or should be) for the U.S.

December 1st
The Bravery – Stir the Blood
Deer Tick – More Fuel for the Fire EP
Julianna Barwick – Florine
Mr. Hudson – Straight No Chaser
Yellow Fever – Yellow Fever

December 8th
30 Seconds to Mars – This is War
Clipse – Til the Casket Drops
DJ Mehdi – Red, Black & Blue: Some Remixes by DJ Mehdi
The Game – The R.E.D. Album
Lowell Brams – Music for Insomnia
Mi Ami – Cut Men 12”
Snopp Dogg – Malice N Wonderland

December 15th
Animal Collective – Fall Be Kind EP (already released digitally November 23rd)
Lady Gaga – The Fame Monster
Shiny Toy Guns – Girls Le Disko
Tim Cohen – Laugh Tracks

December 18th
Real Estate – Reality EP

December 22nd
Sneaky Sound System – You Only Live Once
Wondermints - Kaleidoscopin': Exploring Prisms of the Past