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Trif's 20,000 Party πŸ₯³β˜˜

20,000 comments came and went! These songs all were special to me either at one point, or they still are. Kind-of-but-not-entirely chronological order of discovery.
1Within Temptation
Mother Earth


2000
Symphonic metal
The Netherlands

MOTHER EARTH

This was my fave song ever when I was a tiny Trif, during my teens. Oh how much I have heard it. My whole room was full of Sharon den Adel posters (and Robert and the gang of course).
2Moby
play


1999
Electronic
USA

PORCELAIN

Yeah, another Trif classic. Still like Moby a lot, but as a kid I was crazy about him.
3Daft Punk
Discovery


2000
House/Disco
France

ONE MORE TIME

I vividly remember lying in a tent in Southern France, when on holiday with my parents, and somewhere on the camping site this track was playing during the kiddy disco. A huge banger.
4ABBA
Super Trouper


1980
Pop/Disco
Sweden

THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL

I get so nostalgic by ABBA. Still do. Listening to those horrible A-Teens covers when I was a tiny Trif, hearing Happy New Year every New Year's Eve. That opening slide of Dancing Queen. The Rest of Dancing Queen. The darkness of S.O.S., singing along to Super Trouper as a kid without even knowing English so Kidzamdollabymmmeee-ing with full force. But this one is so nicely dramatic. Love it.
5Rammstein
Reise, Reise


2004
Neue Deutsche hΓ€rte
Germany

Dalai Lama

Also a teen-Trif favourite. Lights out, headphones in, let the creepy story take you along. I vividly remembering spending many hours on reading what the story was about, with the ErlkΓΆnig etc. Super cool.
6Cradle Of Filth
Midian


2000
Symphonic metal
UK

TORTURED SOUL ASYLUM

Those final screams, where Dani goes all "Midiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan", oh man. They were my favourite band from 15-18 years old or something. I loved them so much. Still do!
7Black Sun Empire
Driving Insane


2004
Drum and bass
The Netherlands

STASIS

So many evenings a year were spent at Tivoli Oudegracht during the monthly Blackout D'N'B parties. This track was one of my faves.
8The Prodigy
Music For The Jilted Generation


1995
Breakbeat
UK

FULL THROTTLE

Still vibe hard to this album. A classic. 16 year old me thought the same.
9Opeth
My Arms, Your Hearse


1998
Progressive metal
Sweden

WHEN

So many great memories to discovering Opeth. MAYH clicked when listening on my discman while sunbathing on the roof. What a record.
10Linkin Park
Minutes To Midnight


2007
Nu metal
USA

THE LITTLE THINGS GIVE YOU AWAY

Heard this a million times. Afternoons of making homework with this on repeat. You all have these songs. Still gives me goosebumps. Loved LP a lot when I was just out of primary school (cute!), back when their debut was released. This particular song has stayed with me through the years.
11Gorillaz
Gorillaz


2001
Hip hop
UK

CLINT EASTWOOD

A classic from when I was a kid. Great track still. Video was incredible at the time!
12The Gathering
How To Measure A Planet?


1998
Alternative rock/Electronic
The Netherlands

TRAVEL

Still my fave album ever. I used to listen to this always. Especially when hungover as a teen, this would be on repeat while lying in bed. Such a strong connection to this one.
13Portishead
Portishead


1997
Trip hop
UK

ALL MINE

This song got me into them, when I heard it in the backseat of a car when I was 16 or so. Omg. Best band ever still.
14Massive Attack
Mezzanine


1997
Trip hop
UK

BLACK MILK

Of course I directly wanted more Portishead, so I checked their close peers, and I wasn't disappointed.
15Gabriel Rios
Ghostboy


2003
Pop
Belgium

BROAD DAYLIGHT

Such a cute song. Mega hit. I thought he was super sexy at the time. He was naked in the vid. This made an impression.
16Madonna
Ray Of Light


1998
Pop
USA

DROWNED WORLD/SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE

When I was little I thought this was the best album ever. For this reason it is still dear to me. And the fun part is that it is in fact quite good!
17Miles Davis
Kind Of Blue


1959
Jazz
USA

ALL BLUES

Like for so many, this album kindled my love for jazz. And All Blues specifically mesmerized me. I grew up with this album, wouldn't have it any other way.
18Nightwish
Once


2004
Symphonic metal
Finland

GHOST LOVE SCORE

When my love for Within Temptation was at a peak, I discovered Nemo. Then I started to listen to Once, and this track utterly blew me away. So Much Bombast~!!!
19Coldplay
Parachutes


2000
Pop/Rock
UK

DON'T PANIC

Another album that I totally grew up with. This one was so important to me. Is, actually. It always calms me down. Super aptly titled opening track, and one of Coldplay's finest moments, right there opening their debut.
20Pendulum
Hold Your Colour


2005
Drum and bass
UK

HOLD YOUR COLOUR

The three albums Pendulum released were a huge part of my teens. I remember listening to In Silico on repeat for days. It were the more atmospheric tracks (Sounds Of Life, Plastic World, Still Grey) of the debut that appealed to me most though. The t/t is completely amazing.
21Dimmu Borgir
Spiritual Black Dimensions


1999
Symphonic black metal
Norway

ARCANE LIFEFORCE MYSTERIA

This used to be my alarm clock when I was a teen. So calm and so mysterious. Those were calm and mysterious days.
22Green Carnation
Light Of Day, Day Of Darkness


2002
Progressive metal
Norway

LIGHT OF DAY, DAY OF DARKNESS

I was blown away by a 60 minute track existing, so I had to hear it. Turned out to be incredibly good too! Still love this dearly, many great riffs.
23Riverside
Second Life Syndrome


2005
Progressive metal
Poland

SECOND LIFE SYNDROME

Loved this track, and Dance With The Shadow, and their softer songs (Conceiving You, I Turned You Down), and had them on repeat forever.
24An Pierle And White Velvet
An Pierle And White Velvet


2006
Pop/Rock/Jazz/Folk
Belgium

SNAKESONG

A special record, which for me is a throwback to my secondary school years, which I loved and enjoyed super duper much. Perfect weirdo of an album, super diverse, brimming with cute little musical ideas. Check it!!!
25Slowdive
Souvlaki


1994
Shoegaze
UK

SOUVLAKI SPACE STATION

My first real shoegaze experience. Still remember sitting behind my computer in the middle of the night, staring to a YouTube video for this track which showed stars and galaxies forever zooming in but not getting bigger. It was magical.
26My Bloody Valentine
Loveless


1991
Shoegaze
UK

TO HERE KNOWS WHEN

After Slowdive I needed to hear more. Turned out that these progenitors were at least equally as good. This was on during shower time a lot.
27Snow Patrol
Final Straw


2004
Rock/Pop
UK

WAYS & MEANS

This still is The Tune of a friend of mine and me. We listen to this always.
28Mike Foyle
Love Theme Dusk


2005
Trance
UK

LOVE THEME DUSK (M.I.K.E.S BROKEN RECORD MIX)

This track got me through many stressful situations. Ooooh boy! Remember having a crush on a dude and playing this for strength. Turned out he wasn't into me (or guys in general, big question mark?!) in the end (some more question marks?). Aaaw, I was such a goofy kid. This was when I was 16 or so, please remember that.
29Kraftwerk
Autobahn


1974
Electronic
Germany

AUTOBAHN

My dad got me into this. I remember being in awe at age 13. How cool was it that they were simulating cars passing by on the highway! Such a weird thing, spending 20 minutes (!!!!) of music on this theme. I went with them on that adventure time and time again.
30Helium Vola
Helium Vola


2001
Electronic
Germany

SELIG

A very cringy band, but I was such a big fan of this track. Medieval electronic music from Germany. Yes. I know. This track had me mesmerized at age 13 though.
31Mr. Scruff
Trouser Jazz


2002
Electronic
UK

SWEET SMOKE

This dude is so much fun. Got into him through his vid for this song, mega cute animation drawn by Scruff himself. I went to so many of his 7-hour sets over the years, and always had a great night. Dude's special.
32Kraak And Smaak
Boogie Angst


2005
Electronic/Nu jazz
The Netherlands

ONE OF THESE DAYS

This was one of my first non metal/heavy loves. They've made some incredibly funky and jazzy music, and are still going strong today.
33Emperor
In The Nightside Eclipse


1994
Black metal
Norway

I AM THE BLACK WIZARDS

I was mightily spooked out by this when I was a 16 year old. But then it became one of my fave albums later on. III AAAAAM THEEEEEEEM! I remember finding out how weird this sentence was.
34Ulver
Shadows Of The Sun


2007
Rock/Electronic
Norway

EOS

Fell a sleep a lot with this album playing in the background. Some perfect late night listening sessions. Still a special album from a very special band.
35Meshuggah
Nothing (Re-release)


2006
Progressive metal
Sweden

STRAWS PULLED AT RANDOM

One of my most played songs of all time probably. Had this on repeat forever when first getting into Meshuggah when I was 17. One of their best tracks still (probably, so much to choose from!!!).
36Deadmau5
Random Album Title


2008
Electronic/House
Canada

SOMETIMES THINGS GET WHATEVER

This was on repeat forever too. The whole album actually. Absolutely his best, and this track is still super sweet.
37Telemetrik
My Lightyear


2008
Drum and bass
USA

MY LIGHTYEAR

Heard this album millions of times. Still takes me on a journey. And it has Carl Sagan!
38Moderat
Moderat


2009
Electronic
Germany

A NEW ERROR

Discovered this during one of my first Lowlands Festival visits. Kickstarted my interest for finding more electronic music. One could see this as a golden oldie almost.
39Hybrid (UK)
Wide Angle


1999
Electronic
UK

IF I SURVIVE

I remember hearing this in a bar where we used to play Laser Games, and I just had to overcome my shyness and ask the barkeeper what they were playing. Super glad I did. This was on repeat a lot when I was a teen.
40Massive Attack
Blue Lines


1991
Trip hop
UK

FIVE MAN ARMY

Made me realise first two Massives were better than Mezzanine. Which I was way into already. But Blue Lines is the one. One of the all time greats.
41Justice
†


2007
Electro/House
France

DVNO

Spent hours listening to this. Still gets me hyped! Lovely, over the top, oversaturated stuff.
42Hybrid (UK)
I Choose Noise


2006
Electronic
UK

JUST FOR TODAY

This one had to be here too. This left such a strong impression on young Trif. Hit right in the feels. Those swirling violin samples. God.
43The Infadels
We Are Not The Infadels


2006
Indie rock
UK

LOVE LIKE SEMTEX

A special tune, played a lot during my 18th birthday night. We had a huge party, it was lovely. Track still reminds me of this time of course.
44The Decemberists
The Hazards Of Love


2009
Folk/Rock
USA

THE QUEEN'S REBUKE/THE CROSSING

I bought this record when I bought my first very own CD player. It is a lovely blend of folk and rock, very theatrical in its approach. I remember trying to figure out the story, spending many afternoons on doing so.
45Riverside
Anno Domini High Definition


2009
Progressive metal
Poland

LEFT OUT

Never liked full albums of these guys before this one, just REALLY liked particular tracks. But ADHD changed that. Their absolute best, and a very special album to me to this day.
46LCD Soundsystem
LCD Soundsystem


2005
Alternative/Electronic/Post punk
USA

YR CITY'S A SUCKER

Talking Heads light. That's what I thought when I got into LCD first. Yet I'll always have a soft spot for their first three albums.
47Peter Fox
Stadtaffe


2008
Pop/Rock
Germany

ALLES NEU

During my final years in secondary school this man had a huge hit with Haus Am See. The album was something my friends and I came back to a lot. Fun stuff.
48Nina Simone
I Put A Spell On You


1965
Jazz
USA

FEELING GOOD

Nina is perhaps my favourite artist of all time. If I had to choose just one, it'd be her. So diverse, yet she excels in all those styles with incredible ease. A powerful, emotional, commanding voice and stage presence. Amazing piano playing. Everything was drenched with her own style. Truly special
49Editors
The Back Room


2005
Post punk
UK

LIGHTS

Used to play this so much when I was in my last years of secondary school. My father even started to love it too!
50Four Tet
Everything Ecstatic


2005
Electronic
UK

HIGH FIVES

Don't like most of Four Tet's discog, but sometimes he gets it exactly right. This album and this track in particular are testament to that.
51The Field
Yesterday And Today


2009
Minimal techno
Sweden

LEAVE IT

A perfect minimal techno track. One of my fave tracks of all time. The way the bassline is introduced about 3 minutes in. The drum-hiccup about halfway through. The perfect repetition. The Field at his best. My gosh.
52Bonobo
Dial 'M' For Monkey


2003
Electronic/Nu jazz
UK

FLUTTER

Bonobo's best days were when he was still incorporating enough jazz to keep stuff interesting. This track shows that clearly. One of his best moments.
53Fatboy Slim
You've Come a Long Way, Baby


1998
Bigbeat
UK

PRAISE YOU

When I just started my bachelor this was the soundtrack to many travels, many parties, a lot of fun times. Iconic!
54Talking Heads
Remain In Light


1980
New wave/Post punk
USA

ONCE IN A LIFETIME

Amazingly powerful performance on the Stop Making Sense album, which was my first taste of them. Have been addicted ever since.
55Radiohead
The King Of Limbs


2011
Alternative/Rock
UK

SEPARATOR

Confession time: The King Of Limbs was my way into Radiohead. I love it dearly. It still is top 3 Radiohead to me. This track was one of the main reasons for that. Blissful.
56Minilogue
Animals


2008
Minimal techno
Sweden

IN A DISTANCE

A special one, this one. Please check them out, they've made two pretty fantastic Minimal techno double albums! This particular track was on repeat forever. Still is sometimes.
57Sam Sparro
Sam Sparro


2008
Pop
USA

BLACK & GOLD

An utterly perfect pop song, on a surprisingly perfect pop album. It was on MTV all the time (which was still playing music back then), that vid was mega hot for in-the-closet-Trif, I can tell you that much!
58Opeth
Heritage


2011
Progressive rock
Sweden

NEPENTHE

Didn't like it when it was released. Now it's one of my fave records of all time. Proud to say that too! You all know this. Organic, urgent, genuine, adventurous, completely and utterly alive. A dear, dear album that helped me get through so many stressful periods of my life. Music is there for you like that.
59Underworld
dubnobasswithmyheadman


1994
Techno
UK

DARK & LONG

When I just left my parent's house eleven years ago, I discovered 90s Techno. Happy for them! Underworld have been a major artist for me ever since. Love them dearly, all of their dub-onwards stuff rules. One of my fave acts even today.
60Orbital
Snivilisation


1994
Techno
UK

KEIN TRINK WASSER

Loved the first four Orbital records. See Underworld's entry above here, found out about them during the same period. Good painting music!
61Paul Kalkbrenner
Icke Wieder


2011
Techno
Germany

GUTES NITZWERK

Paul and me are a wonderful combo. Loved him since Berlin Calling, but this is one of my fave tracks he's ever done. Lovely dude to see live too, even if you're not on drugs (which I'd highly recommend).
62Gui Boratto
III


2011
Minimal Techno
Brazil

STEMS FROM HELL

This used to be on all the time when I was in the latter parts of my Bachelor. Great study music, glad my room mates liked it too!
63Nicolas Jaar
Space Is Only Noise


2011
Electronic
USA/Chile

SPACE IS ONLY NOISE IF YOU CAN SEE

Perfect weirdo of an album, it's about the only thing (next to Darkside) that I've truly enjoyed from Nicolas. But this one is super special indeed. Hypnotizing.
64Holy Fuck
Latin


2010
Electronic
Canada

STILETTOS

Loved them a lot for some years, and this track can still get me hyped. Great little lo-fi-group! Ultra-loud live shows. Jeeesh.
65Tina Turner
Foreign Affair


1988
Pop/Rock
USA

THE BEST

She is mesmerizing. So many evenings were spent behind YouTube, watching recordings of her live shows. They way she destroys these huge stadiums with her voice and her hair and her legs. No matter if she's 40, 50, 60, or even 70. Omg.
66Goldfrapp
Felt Mountain


2000
Electronic/Trip hop
UK

UTOPIA

Their best track, and the only one I ever come back to. But boy is it good.
67Agnes Obel
Philharmonics


2010
Folk
Denmark

RIVERSIDE

I remember seeing her live one early morning at Lowlands Festival, lying in the sun, cup of coffee in my hand. Life was perfect. Obel has stayed with me ever since, climbing up the ranks with every album, jumping to my top favourites with Citizen Of Glass.
68Pole
1


1998
Dub techno
Germany

PAULA

This album is monumental. Paula especially gets to me every time. Dub techno perfected. Also Paula makes me think of Earthbound. And I love Earthbound.
69The Cinematic Orchestra
Motion


1999
Nu jazz
UK

Channel 1 Suite

This piece is so soothing. My goodness. It was one of the first bands my bf got me into way back 10 years ago when we first started dating. Special in that regard, and also because this is the absolute best this C Orchestra was ever going to sound.
70Indigo Jam Unit
Pirates


2008
Jazz
Japan

PIRATES

He also got me into THIS (RE Cinematic Orchestra, one above). One of my fave bands ever, but I think everyone knows this by now. I go through several Indigo Jam Unit weeks a year, where I listen to nothing else but them. Those grooves are to die for. I could have made a list of all their songs instead. Music for my soul.
71Sungrazer
Sungrazer


2010
Stoner metal
The Netherlands

ZERO ZERO

A secret. Until now. This record is one of my most played easily. Something about it absolutely rules. They blend stoner and metal with lots of jazziness and groove and relaxed moments. Go check it out, totally crazy insane good, I will review this some day.
72Darkside
Psychic


2013
Electronic
USA/Chile

GOLDEN ARROW

This track is monolithic. A tour through space. Glorious and lovely. I want more (if you want you can take this as a Sisters Of Mercy reference)!
73GAS
Pop


2000
Minimal techno
Germany

UNTITLED 6

Everything seems to be in this song. Stumbled onto GAS through my immense appreciation of the Kompakt lable (which you can tell I've loved for a long time if you know how many artists are from that gang! OOOF!). He quickly grew into one of my fave artists. Something about that muffled, steady pulse and sampled/processed classical snippets. Too effective.
74Lakker
Tundra


2015
Techno
Ireland

MILCH

Pristine, clear, sacred almost, and that immense techno beat. This is why techno is probably my fave electronic subgenre. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
75DJ Krush
Krush


1994
Hip hop/Trip hop/Electronic
Japan

BIG CITY LOVER

I love everything Krush. This dude has made some seriously special music. Super soulful, with jazz, hip hop, rock, electronic, trip hop, whatever he wants thrown into the mix. He's got so much style too. Love love love him, one of my heroes.
76Monolake
Cinemascope


2001
Minimal techno
Germany

IONIZED

Super precise, totally crazy insane good. This legend has been on constant rotation since I found his music some five or six years ago. One of my heroes [2].
77Jon Hopkins
Immunity


2013
Electronic
UK

OPEN EYE SIGNAL

This track is crazy good, was on constant repeat for the longest time. Sadly something about his albums always holds me back. Too sweet, I don't know. But he has some amazing tracks, like this one.
78Washed Out
Within And Without


2011
Dream pop
USA

EYES BE CLOSED

This track is special, uplifting and full of energy, yet super dreamy and introspective. And it made me meet budgie on here!
79Jungle
Jungle


2014
Neo soul/Pop
UK

BUSY EARNIN'

One particularly rainy edition of Lowlands Festival these guys and gals provided sunshine through music. They've been the soundtrack of many home renovations, painting, laying floors, what have you ever since.
80Todd Terje
It's Album Time


2014
House
Norway

INSPECTOR NORSE

This one is so catchy and goofy and good. Dude is super fun. Check his vids for Svensk Sass and Alfonso Muskedunder.
81Darkthrone
Transilvanian Hunger


1994
Black metal
Norway

AS FLITTERMICE AS SATANS SPYS

My Darkthrone adventure started really late. But oh boy did I fall in love. So pure, so cold. The ultimate black metal sound.
82Bathory
Hammerheart


1990
Viking metal/Black metal
Sweden

VALHALLA

Another highlight from my Trif-checks-BM-classics-and-falls-in-love phase which happened a few years ago. Still on monthly rotation, Bathory manages to be insanely catchy, nicely rough, super genuine and pretty goofy at the same time. A recipe for success in my book.
83James Holden
The Inheritors


2013
Electronic
UK

BLACKPOOL LATE EIGHTIES

This one was on repeat and on daily rotation during a certain period of my life. Great track, lovely album, haven't liked anything past this one from him sadly. But this is superb!
84J. Bernardt
Running Days


2017
Pop/Rock
Belgium

WICKED STREETS

Very catchy, love Balthazar (the group this man is from) a lot too. Why aren't they on the list? They totally should! Aaah! Well this is super nicely done pop music.
85Ihsahn
Arktis.


2016
Progressive metal
Norway

UNTIL I TOO DISSOLVE

This dude is a visionary of metal as far as I'm concerned. Love his dedication, his constant sense of urgency, his relentlessness. Both solo and in Emperor and the likes. Riffs and a golden throat (eew that was gross I promise to never do it again).
86Dissection
The Somberlain


1993
Black metal
Norway

THE SOMBERLAIN

Another golden throa (oh no I promised)-crazy good BM vocalist. Way better than his universally acclaimed second album. Those riffs! Another successful entry in the Trif-tries-old-school-BM-series.
87Emiliana Torrini
Love In The Time Of Science


1999
Pop/Trip hop/Electronic
Iceland

FINGERTIPS

Sweet violins, lovely beat, very 90s, everything I ever need. And her voice is totally lovely.
88Oumou Sangare
Mogoya


2017
Wassoulou
Mali

YERE FAGA

A more recent (3 years ago) discovery of mine and already one of my all time favourite artists. This lady has such a compelling voice! And those grooves are will never cease to get to me directly, straight into the gut. Hear it to believe it.
89The Great Yawn
Botanica


2019
Folk/Pop
South Africa

CONTENTION

Another album I've been meaning to review since its release. I will do so one day. Super cute folky poppy goodness, mega relaxed vibes. You will all love this, check it!
90Efdemin
Chicago


2010
Techno
Germany

OH MY GOD (REPRISE)

Oh my fucking god!! This gets me every time. Open, spacious techno, very precise and empty, just how I like it.
91Kate Bush
Hounds Of Love


1985
Pop/Progressive rock
UK

RUNNING UP THAT HILL

Sometimes when you finally decide to check classics you've missed out on you just hit the jackpot. My god. You can easily see why she is so well-loved and respected. An album of immense depth and infinate replayability. This track, like so many of hers, is a greatest-of-all-time kind of song. Don't hesitate for one moment to check her out if you haven't already, she's too damn good to miss because of pride!
92Fazerdaze
Morningside


2017
Dream pop
New Zealand

LITTLE UNEASY

The most perfect of budgie-core tracks. Little Uneasy is flawless in its dreamy, catchy, pearly goodness. Effortless.
93Pi Ja Ma
Nice To Meet U


2019
Indie pop/Indie rock
France

I HATE U

So many of this album's tracks are perfect. A glorious, funny, upbeat, cute, impactful, playful weirdo of an album. Makes me smile just by thinking of it. I WOOOKE UP THIS MORNING WITH A POOONYYTAAAAIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!
94Jessica Pratt
Quiet Signs


2019
Folk
USA

AS THE WORLD TURNS

The way the intro track leads into this is super special. One of my faves of last year, so quiet and comforting.
95Mazzy Star
So Tonight That I Might See


1993
Dream pop
USA

MARY OF SILENCE

Mega suitable for Sunday morning. Or whatever evening it currently is. Or for breakfast. Mazzy brings the magic, thanks budgie for making me see this.
96Durand Jones and The Indications
American Love Call


2019
Neo soul
USA

MORNING IN AMERICA

The perfect accompaniment to dinner parties. Some seriously good throwback soul. If you can catch them live one day please do!
97Natalia Lafourcade
Musas


2017
Latin/Folk
Mexico

SOLEDAD Y MAR

An amazing lady. She's hitting 200,000,000 views for some music vids on YouTube and deservedly so. Wish she was more popular outside of Latin America, check her out she's amazing! One of those perfect songs, perfection reached through simplicity.
98Cocteau Twins
Heaven Or Las Vegas


1990
Dream pop
UK

HEAVEN OR LAS VEGAS

Can't imagine that I only know them for such a short time. One of my very few couple-of-weeks-5.0s Endless love for everything they did. They're going to stay with me for a long time I can tell. This t/t is stuck in my head on a daily basis. Just like with Bush: if you've not yet done so, check them!!!
99Stereolab
Dots And Loops


1997
Experimental/Rock/Lounge/Space
UK/France

BRAKHAGE

A very recent (kind of) and very dear band. Haven't released one single bad album, and most of it is near perfect. Do whatever they want to do, immensely gripping. Can't get enough of them, see a 5.0-rain coming one day. Truly special
100Georgie Sweet
Misunderstood


2020
Soul/R&B
UK

SORRY

Georgie closes off the list. She's deserved it. Go check her out. Pure, unadulterated smoothness trapped into music.
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