Josh from Small Black’s top songs of 2012
Small Black at Brooklyn Museum in June (more by Jessica Amaya)
Today we've posted year-end lists by Andy from Cake Shop, Mark Eitzel, and James from Veronica Falls. Now we've got one from Josh Kolenik of Brooklyn chillwavers Small Black giving us a rundown of 12 singles he loved in 2012.
Based on Small Black's own sound, it's got an unsurprising amount of indie pop, R&B, electronics, and Young Chop-produced hip hop. But he also sneaks in the inclusion of some vintage-sounding psych folk courtesy of Jessica Pratt. Check out his full list of songs, along with streams and/or videos for each track, below...
Small Black, Josh Kolenik
12 Singles I loved in 2012:
Autre Ne Veut - "Counting"
Blood Diamonds - "Ritual"
Burial - "Loner"
Chief Keef - "I Don't Like"
Chromatics - "Blue Moon"
DIIV - "How Long Have You Known"
Frankie Rose - "Know Me"
Heavenly Beat - "Faithless"
Jessica Pratt - "Night Faces"
Mac Demarco - "Freaking Out The Neighborhood"
Slava - "File"
Usher - "Climax"