Entries tagged with: Young Smoke
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.
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- Pemberton Festival pics: War On Drugs, Beirut, J Cole, more
- Pitchfork Festival 2015 day 3 in pics: Courtney Barnett, Run the Jewels, Todd Terje, Perfume Genius, The Julie Ruin, more)
- Grateful Dead said 'Fare Thee Well' with three Chicago shows (all 3 Solider Field setlists, night 1 pics & the audio tapes too)
- Morrissey and Blondie played Madison Square Garden, which didn't go 100% vegan after all (pics / setlists)
- BV Presents: Against Me! in Asbury Park with Cakes Da Killa and Big Eyes (RSVP for $3 admission!)
- BV presents: Vince Staples in Bushwick with Lil Herb and Loaf Muzik ($3 with RBSS RSVP)
- check out Chicago indie rockers Melkbelly (videos)
- watch these classic Sam Goody record store commercials, footage from Metallica's "Metallistore" & more
- Brooklyn's Rough Trade transformed into a 1970s Sam Goody for Martin Scorsese & Mick Jagger's new HBO rock drama
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