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2013… probably the most difficult year to come up with a solid top 10 in a long time. I don’t know, I guess I haven’t been buying as much new music as I normally do (darn budgets!) or maybe it’s just that I’ve been paying more attention rediscovering older bands. So anything I’m totally missing out on? Joanna Gruesome, Black Hearted Brother, and Frankie Rose just missed the cut. I still need to check out that New Lines LP.
As usual Shelflife releases are excluded from the list (yeah I know The Ocean Blue is on there, but it was released on Korda before us, so I’m counting it). Funny enough my favorite release of the year will also be coming out on Shelflife in 2014. It’s in an EP from Australia’s Flyying Colours that pretty much kills! More on that soon!
As you can see I’m still going old school with a podcast. You’ll find my top 15 tracks below. Enjoy and happy holidays!
Top 10 releases of 2013
1. Flyying Colours “Flyying Colours EP” (Universal)
Podcast #7 – Top 15 songs of 2013
Shelflife presents the second 7″ release from The Fireworks with “Runaround” b/w “With My Heart” and “Asleep” released today. Limited to 300 copies, the first 100 will be available on transparent red vinyl, exclusively on shelflife.com.
The Holiday Crowd are heading overseas to Germany, Italy, France and the UK.
March 18 – Berlin, Germany at Marie-Antoinette w/ Der Elegante Rest. info
March 20 – Rome, Italy at Blackmarket, presented by indieforbunnies.com. info
March 21 – Carpi, Italy at Mattatoio. info
March 22 – Treviso, Italy at Spazio MAAV Vittorio Veneto. info
March 23 – Milan, Italy at Pop Days #1 @ Ohibò w/ Northern Portrait. info
March 25 – Paris, France at Pop In. info
March 27 – London, UK at Buffalo Bar w/ The Proctors & The Fireworks. info
March 28 – Glasgow, UK at Nice and Sleazy supporting Haight-Ashbury. info
March 29 – UK TBA.
March 30 – Cardiff, UK at Wales Goes Pop! @ The Gate. info
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