Tag Archives: 2011 tracks

Britpop Nuggets Part Two or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Tolerate Northern Uproar

Spotify Playlist (missing Delicatessen, Heavy Stereo, Elcka, Powder, Brassy, Telstarr) Youtube Playlist (complete, but some videos seem to be blocked in the UK) 1. Black Grape – Reverend Black Grape When Shaun Ryder parted ways with The Happy Mondays it … Continue reading

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50 songs from last year – #27 – Serebro – Ya Tebya Ne Otdam

Russian girl group, rubbish cheap music video. Obviously I like the song though, or it wouldn’t be here.

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Scene missing

There was something here before, and now it’s gone. But don’t worry, if you want it you can just send me a message.

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200 Tracks from 2011 – Part Seven – The End

So, it’s over – the year and the list. Time to start making resolutions or plans for 2012? Well, yes, maybe, but we can get to that later. For now there are a few extra miscellaneous bits to tidy up. … Continue reading

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200 Tracks from 2011 – Part Six (20-1)

And so we enter the final furlong. Get yourself comfortable, it’s a long ride. #20 Ga’an – Arms They Speak Magma-like drone-prog, hypnotic drums and organs, very promising stuff.   #19 Azealia Banks – 212 Every month or so a … Continue reading

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200 Tracks from 2011 – Part Five (40-21)

#40 Siriusmo – Einmal in der Woche schreien What is this? Weird German electro, very odd and very fun.   #39 ▼▲▼Vagina Vangi – Of Chaos and Hell Russian Hardcore New Romantic Witch House. This could be massive. Doesn’t really … Continue reading

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200 Tracks from 2011 – Part Four (60-41)

#60 Toddla T – Streets So Warm feat. Wayne Marshall & Skream This year’s best politically-minded 8-bit dancehall reggae track. I’m not entirely sure what it’s about though – has the government covertly installed under-floor heated roads? The public must … Continue reading

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