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Paste Magazine – 50 Best Albums & 50 Best Songs of 2011

30 Nov

First and foremost, this stuff is hard. The amount of music that is released each year and narrowing it down to 50 is damn tough but I have to give Josh Johnson at PASTE Magazine much credit for his solid lists of 50 Best Albums and 50 Best Songs of 2011.  There are definitely more than less bands/artists on his lists I have been jamming out to heavily over the past year.  Again, I love this list, tons of great music but a couple names I didn’t see that personally I think should have been included, GROUPLOVE, Girls, Justice, Allen Stone, SuperHeavy, NewVillager and Boy & Bear to name a few. What’s missing that you fell in love with over the last year?

50 Best Albums
50 Frank Turner – England Keep My Bones
49 Mates Of State – Mountaintops
48 Drake – Take Care
47 Real Estate – Days
46 Holy Ghost! – Holy Ghost!
45 Those Darlins – Screws Get Loose
44 Kurt Vile – Smoke Ring For My Halo
43 The Joy Formidable – The Big Roar
42 Wild Flag – Wild Flag
41 James Blake – James Blake
40 Portugal. The Man – In The Mountain, In The Cloud
39 Gillian Welch – The Harrow And The Harvest
38 Over The Rhine – The Long Surrender
37 The War On Drugs – Slave Ambient
36 Mister Heavenly – Out Of Love
35 Childish Gambino – Camp
34 Seryn – This Is Where We Are
33 The Head And The Heart – The Head And The Heart
32 Ryan Adams – Ashes & Fire
31 Telekinesis – 12 Desperate Straight Lines
30 Tom Waits – Bad As Me
29 Feist – Metals
28 Lykke Li – Wounded Rhymes
27 Black Lips – Arabia Mountain
26 The Low Anthem – Smart Flesh
25 The Antlers – Burst Apart
24 TV On The Radio – Nine Types Of Light
23 The Belle Brigade – The Belle Brigade
22 The Black Keys – El Camino
21 Charles Bradley – No Time For Dreaming
20 Beirut – The Rip Tide
19 Cults – Cults
18 Wye Oak – Civilian
17 The Civil Wars – Barton Hollow
16 Yuck – Yuck
15 Deer Tick – Divine Providence
14 Adele – 21
13 Radiohead – The King Of Limbs
12 Iron & Wine – Kiss Each Other Clean
11 St. Vincent – Strange Mercy
10 The Decemberists – The King Is Dead
09 M83 – Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming
08 Dawes – Nothing Is Wrong
07 Wilco – The Whole Love
06 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – It’s A Corporate World
05 Middle Brother – Middle Brother
04 tUnE-yArDs – w h o k i l l
03 My Morning Jacket – Circuital
02 Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues
01 Bon Iver – Bon Iver, Bon Iver

 

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13 Great Musical Moments in @CameronCrowe Movies via Paste Magazine

4 May

Leave it to Paste Magazine to come up with something like this and quite frankly, it’s awesome.  I’m sure everyone can figure out before reading what movie has the most included in this list and honestly you can’t argue that, especially number one (number two is pretty damn good too).  Follow THIS link to read the full piece.

Match Made in Heaven? Bruce Springsteen & Dropkick Murphys

24 Jan

Check this out.  Bruce Springsteen and Dropkick Murphys team up to record 1913 song “Peg O’ My Heart” which will be featured on the DM album Going Out In Style set for release on February 28.  I for one can’t wait to hear this.

Click HERE to read the item from Paste Magazine.

Thanks Paste Magazine: The Roots’ 10 Best Moments on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

26 Aug

It’s definitely a big Roots music week for me after getting the chance to walk them down the red carpet at Miss Universe on Monday and now I must give mad props to Paste Magazine for putting together an outstanding piece, “The Roots’ 10 Best Moments on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”  Heck The Roots are the reason why I started watching the show and now I’m also a fan of Jimmy Fallon.  Do yourself a favor and click here to read the item and check out the videos.

Also if you can find it, DJ Heat had put together a mix CD titled Late Night with The Roots which took some of the best performances to date from the show.  A must have which includes performances by The Roots with the Beastie Boys, Mos Def, Ludacris, Wale, Black Star, Public Enemy, 50 Cent and more.

And don’t forget to pick up The Roots’ new album How I Got Over and on September 21 John Legend & The Roots drop Wake Up!