|A Lazy Pace...|
Just recent stuff I've picked up. Drop me any recommendations you guys feel like, I'm open to anything.
Great slice of English Metalcore, loses it's initial hit after repeated listens, but still a great album.
It's not Full Collapse.
Max Bemis (Say Anything) and Chris Conley (Saves The Day) team up and... dissapoint.
|4||Buraka Som Sistema|
Stellar mix of Angolan dance and modern electro-house. Even M.I.A. knows it's good.
|5||Fight Like Apes|
...And The Mystery Of The Golden Medallion
Indie-pop NomNomNom. Like Los Campesinos! meets Bring Your Own Pet, with less BYOP.
Maxine Kauter EP
Local folk-pop, Max's voice is beautifully warm, but with attitude to back it up as well.
|8||Esau Mwamwaya and Radioclit|
The Very Best
African retakes of songs from Han Zimmer, M.I.A., Vampire Weekend, etc, some quality remixs here.
We Are Everywhere EP
Absolutely brilliant pop-punk, tight as all hell and thier debut album is going to aboslutely kick major a'ss.
|10|| ||All Time Low|
So Wrong, It's Right
Good fun pop-punk.
We All Need A Reason To Believe
Average pop-punk that sounds like every other band out there.
A Lesson In Romantics
Rubbish. Which is upsetting, 'cause theres so much potential here.
|13||The Living End|
Finally got round to listening to this, it's hard rockabilliy at it's finest.
Slick blend of pop-punk and hardcore, another fun album to spin every once in a while.
|15|| ||Lupe Fiasco|
Food & Liquor
Quality raps, even if the production on this gets overbearing every so often.
|16||The Whitest Boy Alive|
Poppy lounge-dance, this is really really chill stuff but wonderful for a sunset listen.
|17||Gang Gang Dance|
Animal Collective meet Flying Loutus and Black Dice but not quite as good. If you're into experimental indie/dance, give this a listen.
Saw these guys at BDO and they were really fun. Album is a real let down though.