Τετάρτη, 30 Δεκεμβρίου 2015

Best of 2015: Τα 10 Αγαπημένα μου Albums

10. Beach House - Depression Cherry: «Beach House’s music has always been in part about escape – it’s right there in the name – and Depression Cherry is no different. It’s just the kind of escape where you want to detach, float away, and forget. » Sputnikmusic

09. The Decemberists - What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World: «, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World is their Abbey Road, a more confident and consistent selection of songs without the artsy flourishes of prior collections. This isn’t a bad approach, though, as almost every track is fantastic.» Popmatters



08. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress: «Ιt’s a true piece of art, and we’re lucky Godspeed You! Black Emperor gave listeners a proper document.» Pastemagazine



07. Young Pines - 1099: «he overall feeling is calm and soothing, even if the tempo goes up a bit. The music never gets obtrusive, not even when the distortion pedals are put to work. Instead, they become elate and uplifting tunes, like a soundtrack for happiness.» Merchantsofair



06. Φοίβος Δεληβοριάς - Καλλιθέα: «Ο συγκεκριμένος δίσκος δεν έχει απλώς ηχογραφηθεί (ενορχηστρωθεί, εκτελεστεί), αλλά έχει συνάμα σκηνοθετηθεί.» Frear.gr



05. λάμδα - Η Επόμενη Μέρα: «Όταν οι νέοι δημιουργοί τάσσονται υπέρ της εποχής τους λοιπόν, δεν φοβούνται να εκτεθούν. Ειδικότερα οι λάμδα σε κάτι που δένει μαζί το πανκ, τη μελαγχολία, την παράδοση και τη lo-fi (εν)τεχνοτροπία.» Mic.gr



04. Foals - What Went Down: «With only the intriguingly named Snake Oil providing somewhat of an average, doomy, Kasabian type entry in an otherwise exemplary set of songs, Foals have produced yet another outstanding must-have album.» Musicomh



03. The Boy- Καλό Παιδί: «Γιατί οι περίοδοι κρίσης υπήρξαν ανέκαθεν πραγματικές περίοδοι κρίσης, αμόνια αξιολόγησης αλλά και επανεκτίμησης των πάντων. Ανθρώπινων σχέσεων, αξιών, στάσεων, ιδεών...» Mic.gr



02. Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell: «This record is a return to the sparse folk of Seven Swans, but with a decade's worth of honing and exploration packed into it. It already feels like his most classic and pure effort.» Pitchfork



01. Sleater Kinney - No Cities to Love: «Sleater-Kinney are sick of the rules as they stand, but they don’t just want to break the rules; they want to make new ones. They could only do that by coming back together to reintroduce their own perspective and fight their own battle. If it took eight years to reach this boiling point and fuel this inevitable explosion, so be it.» Consequenceofsound

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