Entries tagged with: FACT
by Andrew Sacher
FACT is still one of the best sources for cutting edge electronic music, and I always look forward to their top 50 albums of the year list, which they've just published for 2012. As usual, it doesn't only contain electronic albums.
This year's list has a good deal of indie rap (Haleek Maul, Schoolboy Q, Le1f, Main Attrakionz, Spaceghostpurrp) and it's the only non-metal list I've seen so far with Black Breath's Sentenced to Life (!). And of course, to compliment the dancefloor records, it's got its fair share of electronic-tinged indie pop, forward thinking R&B, and outsider experimental music.
Check out the full list below.
- Anonymous wrote: This site compromises my Christianity. ... [more]
- dillon naise wrote: damn this is tight... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Like George Whipple on New York One Got a hairy ass and that... [more]
- Mike wrote: White Fence and Ty Segall have renewed my faith in rock n roll.... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: gaysssssss... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: 4:21 gets my vote for the Fear reference. ... [more]
- Anonymous wrote: Mike Hudson needs to unleash the sounds of The PAGANS on L.A.... [more]
- anon wrote: OH my god you people are funny, Punks have the best humour lol... [more]
- Titus Andronicus, Fat White Family, Bo Ningen, Girlpool, Beverly & more played our Saturday day party (pics, video)
- Twin Peaks, TWIABP, Protomartyr, Single Mothers, Dilly Dally, Tweens & more played BV's Friday CMJ day party (pics)
- The Jazz June, Pity Sex, Beach Slang, Cayetana & Sport played our official CMJ showcase at Baby's All Right (pics)
- King Diamond played Best Buy Theater w/ Jess & the Ancient Ones (pics, videos, setlist)
- Best of CMJ 2014: our 11 favorite acts
- BrooklynVegan events at CMJ this week (5 shows total) --- Friday & Saturday @ Baby's All Right
- Sundials releasing 'Kick' EP on Topshelf (stream two tracks)
- Pianos Become The Teeth streaming "Late Lives" off new album 'Keep You' (listen)
- an interview w/ Bob Geldof (on the Boomtown Rats shows, U2, the importance (or non-importance) of Rock n Roll & more)
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