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Top 10 Records of the Year

Elise’s Top 10 records of the year (so far)

  1. Haim – Days Are Gone

  2. Sheep, Dog & Wolf – Egospect

  3. Vampire Weekend – Vampires of the Modern City

  4. Drake – Nothing Was the Same

  5. Fuck Buttons – Slow Focus

  6. Danny Brown – Old

  7. Darkside – Psychic

  8. Lorde – The Love Club EP

  9. The National – Trouble Will Find Me

  10. Lontalius – The World Will Never Know About Us (EP)

 

Philip’s Top 10 records of the year (so far)

10. The Dead C – Armed Courage (Noise)

‘Fuckin’ Vitriolic’

9. Four Tet – 0181 (Electronic)

‘Fuckin’ Lush’

8. Danny Brown – Old (Hip-Hop)

‘Fuckin’ Bangerz’

7. Lorde – Pure Heroine (Pop)

‘Fuckin’ Endearing’

6. Burkhard Stangl – Unfinished, For William Turner, Painter (Modern Classical)

‘Fuckin’ Harmonics’

5. Zahava Seewald – From my Mother’s House (Sound Collage)

‘Fuckin’ Kaleidoscopic’

4. My Bloody Valentine – MBV (Shoegaze)

‘Fuckin’ Worth-the-Wait’

3. Kayo Dot – Hubardo (Metal)

‘Fuckin’ Ambitious’

2. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience (Pop)

‘Fuckin’ Pristine’

1. The National – Trouble Will Find Me (Rock)

‘Fuckin’ Flawless’

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  1. Rupert loves Philip says:

    Armed Courage is such a rager!

  2. MIke says:

    I spoke with Phillip about this little music club in Porirua.

    Heres a link to the guys facebook page his names Steve

    https://www.facebook.com/steve.lovell.566?fref=ts

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