Gen 1 2013, 16:59 di harvey_999
Dic 29 2012, 3:35 di aerytwoHere are my favorite 100 songs of 2012. (This list excludes Hip-Hop, for which I've made a separate list: http://www.last.fm/user/aerytwo/journal/2012/12/29/5phqfs_top_40_hip-hop_songs_of_2012). My favorite albums analysis is coming soon!
1. Andrew Bird - Fatal Shore
2. Michael Kiwanuka - Rest
3. The Lumineers - Flowers in Your Hair
4. John Mayer - Queen of California
5. The Shins - It's Only Life
6. Regina Spektor - Don't Leave Me (Ne me quitte pas)
7. The Lumineers - Ho Hey
8. Fiona Apple - Anything We Want
9. Andrew Bird - Orpheo
10. Jack White - Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy
11. Tennis - Vegas
12. Dirty Projectors - Impregnable Question
13. The Asteroids Galaxy Tour - Ghost in My Head
14. Benjamin Gibbard - Lily
15. The Lumineers - Dead Sea
16. Hospitality - Argonauts
17. Tennis - Origins
18. Fiona Apple - Hot Knife
19. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Dear Believer
20. Dirty Projectors - Swing Lo Magellan
Dic 21 2012, 18:40 di danzeroTracklist:
The xx - "Last Christmas (Live on Radio 1's Live Lounge)"
Good Old War - "Snow Falls Down"
The Killers - "Feel It In My Bones (feat. Ryan Pardey)"
She & Him - "Baby, It's Cold Outside"
Pete Donnelly - "Merry Xmas This Year"
Deep Sea Diver - "It's Christmas Time (and I'm still alive)"
Rilo Kiley - "Xmas Cake"
Dragonette - "Merry Xmas (Says Your Text Message)"
The Shins - "Wonderful Christmastime"
Eliza Doolittle - "Xmas in Bed"
Koko - "Yob (Xmas Dub)"
The Young Professionals - "Last Christmas"
Quiet Company - "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
The xx - "Last Christmas (TABS xxMAS Rework)"
Grimes - "Christmas Song (feat. Jay Worthy)"
Apr 11 2012, 19:24 di Bryanrecommendshttp://cbslastfmdiscover.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/gow.jpg?w=385&h=240&crop=1
Good Old War was started by former Days Away members Keith Goodwin and Tim Arnold along with former Unlikely Cowboymember Dan Schwartz. They spent time as the studio & touring band for Anthony Green (Circa Survive / Saosin) and the logical next step was to get serious as a three-piece. They already knew the musical direction would be acoustic driven with the vocals being a major part of the sound. The three-part harmonies would fall into place as a “happy accident”.
The third Good Old War album Come Back As Rain was produced and engineered by Jason Cupp. It was recorded in Omaha, NE at Another Recording Company Studios. In the five weeks Good Old War spent there, 30 songs were recorded and eleven made it onto the album. Watch the guys in performance at our studio in NYC as they do three songs from the new record as well as a fan favorite from the debut album of 2008.
Read more: Last.fm Presents: Good Old War
Mag 14 2011, 0:56 di MynorBroChill17First, make a list of your top-20 artists overall. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, count up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.
1. Every Time I Die
1) The Chariot
2) The Damned Things
3) Cancer Bats
4) Maylene and the Sons of Disaster
5) The Bled
6) He Is Legend
7) Norma Jean
8) Poison the Well
2. Dear and the Headlights
9) Paper Rival
10) Colour Revolt
11) The Snake The Cross The Crown
12) Good Old War
Right Away, Great Captain
13) Margot and the nuclear so and so's
3. Ra Ra Riot
15) Tokyo Police Club
16) Freelance Whales
18) Local Natives
19) Passion Pit
20) Matt & Kim
21) Harlem Shakes
4. Right Away, Great Captain!
Apr 17 2011, 1:14 di laurensweetAndrew Belle
The Belle Brigade
The Black Keys
Coldplay x 3
Death Cab for Cutie
Demi Lovato x 2
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros x 3
Family of the Year x 2
Florence + the Machine
Foster the People x 7
Gardens & Villa
Good Old War
Heath McNease x 2
Hot Chelle Rae (New Boyz cameo)
Joe Brooks x 2
Jonas Brothers x 7
Justin Paul Lewis
Lady Antebellum (Josh Groban cameo)
Miley Cyrus (with Johnzo West)
Mumford & Sons (Dawes cameo)
Phoenix x 2
Sublime w/ Rome
Switchfoot x 2
Taylor Swift x 2
The Temper Trap
Gen 4 2011, 21:24 di heatherc1. Otis Gibbs - Joe Hill's Ashes
An Americana artist who mixes the political and personal. This is his fourth album (not including his Christmas album) and he becomes a better lyricist with every release. With the last album he stepped up the production and it’s continued to this one. His voice manages to be uniquely smooth and rough at the same time.
2. Codeine Velvet Club - Codeine Velvet Club
A project started by Jon Fratelli of The Fratellis, a Scottish rock band, who joined forces with Scottish cabaret singer Lou Hickey. The results were fantastic. Also the first in a recurring theme for me this year -- lots of guy/girl harmonies and trading of lead vocals. Unfortunately, this band has already split up, with the two artists working on their own projects now.
3. James - The Morning After The Night Before
Gen 4 2011, 9:19 di sidekicksuicideIt's a little bit late, but I had to let 2010 completely come to an end. There were some great records I was just hearing as the new year rolled in.
10. The Hold Steady - Heaven Is Whenever
I just started to get into The Hold Steady last year, so I don't have the same long history with the band as some people. A lot of people criticized this album for not having the sparkle of their last couple, but it's a solid, fun rock record. It was summery in the summer, but has kept it's relevancy into the winter. The loss of Franz Nicolay gives the band fewer over-zealous background vocals and piano parts, but Tad Kubler's guitar parts have a chance to shine. Lyrically, Heaven Is Whenever doesn't pack much punch, but the fun music makes it a solid Hold Steady release.
9. The National - High Violet
Gen 2 2011, 20:39 di rodrix007
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