Thursday, March 4, 2010

Top #25 of 2009

Hey folks! I'm back again after sitting out for quite a while. No real reason to my absence in particular, just mainly capped internet from time to time. I did manage to watch all 5 seasons of "The Wire" 3 or 4 times through in the last six months though.. quite an accomplishment eh? So let's put the blame of my absence on that excellent TV show. I have so many new amazing albums I'd like to put in your ear, so hopefully I'll start uploading again regularly soon.

In the mean time I thought I'd share my favourites of the year that's gone. I've already jerked around with my initial list (as seen on my page), I think I'll finally leave it as is for now. Please, feel free to comment on my list, or list some of your own favourites.

Serpent Throne
"The Battle of Old Crow"


Gösta Berlings Saga
"Detta Har Hänt"

Quest for Fire
"Quest for Fire"

Black Bonzo
"Guillotine Drama"

Greater California
"All The Colors"

"Good Good Desperation"

Black Math Horseman

Mouse on the Keys
"An Anxious Object"

Kings of Convenience
"Declaration of Dependence"


A.A. Bondy
"When the Devil's Loose"

Stardeath and White Dwarfs
"The Birth"

Foreign Born
"Person To Person"

"All Is Wild, All Is Silent"

Imaad Wasif
"The Voidist"

Alice in Chains
"Black Gives Way To Blue"

Grizzly Bear

The Flaming Lips

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
"Up From Below"

The Decemberists
"The Hazards of Love"

"Of Sound Mind"

Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound
"When Sweet Sleep Returned"

Sleepy Sun


A few 2010 albums I'm enjoying at the moment:

Shearwater - The Golden Archipelago
Race Horses - Goodbye Falkenberg
Priestess - Prior To the Fire
Portugal. The Man - American Ghetto
Motorpsycho - Heavy Metal Fruit
Midlake - The Courage of Others
Kaki King - Junior
Jaga Jazzist - One-Armed Bandit
Fictionist - Lasting Echo
Citay - Dream Get Together
Beach House - Teen Dream
Balmorhea - Constellations
Asteroid - II

It's already shaping up to be another fantastic year!


Anonymous said...

Welcome back. Any chance you could post Gösta Berlings Saga's
"Detta Har Hänt?"

Much appreciated. Thanks.


Anonymous said...

Welcome back, particularly as we have lost others.

zoup said...


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