Post by rjsonbeek15 on Dec 5, 2013 16:10:00 GMT -5
Well, another year of music is almost over, and with all of the end-of-year lists coming out, I think Inforoo needs it's own top songs of the year list. I'll start off:
1. Deafheaven- Dream House 2. Vampire Weekend- Hannah Hunt 3. Kanye West- Blood on the Leaves 4. Daft Punk- Instant Crush 5. The Strokes- All the Time 6. Atoms for Peace- Judge Jury and Executioner 7. James Blake- Dlm 8. Pusha T- Numbers on the Board 9. What Love-Jagwar Ma 10. Earl Sweatshirt- Sunday
Honorable Mentions: Disclosure- Latch, Vampire Weekend- Diane Young, Danny Brown- Lonely, Answer-Tyler, the Creator
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Post by Whoreshack on Dec 15, 2013 23:03:47 GMT -5
Song of the year.
"I pulled those lyrics out of my ass. A crack head was hassling me outside of the studio and I put a mic up and sang about it. I didn't have a chorus, so I started rattling names of guitarists, trying to get my part over with. I'd ask the guys "What rhymes with Johhny Marr?" and one of them would say "Jay Farrar". It just went like that until the punchline somehow ended up falling on Nels Cline.I don't hate the guy. It was just funny, so we kept it." -Mark Kozelek.
2/2/17 - Louis CK - New Orleans - Mahalia Jackson 4/3/17 - Radiohead - New Orleans - Arena 4/19/17 - Bob Weir - Mobile - Saenger 4/21/17 - Umphreys - New Orleans - Civic 5/6/17 - Sturgill - Orange Beach - The Wharf 5/27-29/17 - Movement - Detroit 7/9/17 - Metallica - Atlanta - SunTrust Park 8/4-6/17 - Phish - NYC - MSG 10/27-29/17 - Voodoo - New Orleans
1. Portugal. The Man - Evil Friends 2. Arcade Fire - Porno 3. Kanye West - New Slaves 4. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes - Better Days 5. Jenny Hval - I Called 6. Jay-Z/Frank Ocean - Oceans 7. Laura Marling - Master Hunter 8. The Knife - Full of Fire 9. The National - Slipped 10. Jason Isbell - Elephant