Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Passing Through A Dark Forest - A Soundweave Mix

Here is a belated Christmas gift. Maybe my best mix yet, although not my most listenable. This is a large mix of folk, acoustic and folk-rock songs. Most, if not all, feature acoustic guitar. Most have other instruments too, acoustic or electric. There is some truly amazing music here and I put a lot of effort into having it all flow together.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Obake - Obake

Rare Noise Records, 2011

Obake refers to a Japanese folklore term for a shape-shifting spirit or beast. This mind-bending debut album starts with crushing death-doom and proceeds to go on a twisted, atmospheric journey cloaked in Patton-esque weirdness. Dark, haunting and heavy.

"Obake have produced an album that resonates, a truly captivating and at times unsettling listen that if you permit you will lose yourself within; in simple terms it’s a doom metal album, but this is so much more ambitious and even experimental which is down to the abilities of the musicians involved – if you have ever listened to Earth, Sunn O))), Popul Vuh or Coil then Obake are worthy of your attention… Just don’t go on your own…" - Louder Than War

LIYL: Uffomammut, Disembowelment, Zu, Fantomas, The Melvins, Esoteric, Bill Laswell, Justin Broadrick, Bongripper

Website : Myspace : dl

Sigiriya - Return To Earth

The Church Within Records, 2011

"Beneath the soil of a Welsh valley a heavy metal life-force regains strength: rising from the ashes of stoner doom merchants Acrimony, Sigiriya is born. Eight years after the demise of Acrimony, guitarist Stu O’Hara, bassist Mead, drummer Darren Ivey and vocalist Dorian Walters have reconvened. Not wanting the limitations of reforming a project long dead to them, Sigiriya brings a fresh take on their trademark monolithic heavy groove. While Acrimony hailed from the temples of deepest space, Sigiriya come from the earthy depths, bringing hefty, tremor-inducing sonics that pay homage to the riff. Time served in the likes of Iron Monkey, Helvis, Dukes Of Nothing, Black Eye Riot, The Nine and Yeti have only added to their thick output, giving the foursome a more dynamic, meaner, leaner, earthier approach, which has developed an intense dirty sound with elements of boogie, classic rock and even crust. Taking their name from the mystic ‘throat of the lion’ rock in Sri Lanka, their rumble has been moving the Black Mountains of their homeland and will soon be moving the tectonic plates of the earth. To borrow a phrase from their former outfit: ‘Bong On, Live Long’" -myspace

Website : Myspace : dl

Acrimony - Tumuli Shroomaroom

Peaceville Records, 1997

With four out of five members getting back together as Sigiriya and releasing the excellent Return To Earth, this is a good time to post this classic album here. LIYL: Righteous stoner jams!

Website : Myspace : dl

Kronos Quartet, Kimmo Pohjonen & Samuli Kosminen - Uniko

Ondine, 2011

"Kimmo Pohjonen and sampling master Samuli Kosminen joined forces with Kronos Quartet on the project Uniko featuring music composed by the duo. Kosminen samples Pohjonen’s accordion and Kronos’ strings and reproduces them into the mix via his electronic drum pads and devices. The result is a unique sound never before accomplished."

"Uniko is many things. It is sprawling, cerebral, touching, unpredictable, and even intense at times. This is music that somehow corrals all the right adjectives yet conveniently avoids a genre label. Call it classical, call it World, call it crossover or whatever—it’s just plain great."

Website : Website : dl

Hammock - Asleep In The Downlights

Hammock Music, 2011

"Legends Steve Kilbey and timEbandit Powles of The Church collaborate with Ambient masters Hammock on ''No Agenda'' and ''Verse for Forgiveness''. The EP also features two new Hammock songs."

I don't care much about the first three tracks (they're ok), I just keep listening to the last track, "Parkers Chapel", over and over again. It is magnificent! One of the most beautiful songs of their career.

Website : Myspace : dl

Tycho - Dive

Ghostly International, 2011

This is a gorgeous and warm album that flows well and is perfect for relaxing. I don't post much electronic stuff on here but this is the kind I love. It is upbeat and synthy but somehow avoids being too cheesy. If you're like me and can't get into M83 because of the vocals and cheese this may be for you. Love the cover too.

LIYL: Boards of Canada, Burial, Bibio, M83, chill out music

Website : Myspace : dl

Woodsman - Mystic Places

Fire Talk, 2011

"Colorado’s Woodsman represent some of the strongest, most exciting modern psychedelic music this country has to offer. Over the course of some great vinyl, they’ve honed their sound perfectly, now entering a darker, grittier, kraut-ier zone on their newest EP, “Mystic Places”. If psychedelic music excites you at all, get on board, support this band, you won’t regret it."

Website : Myspace : dl

Holy Mount - We Fell from The Sky

demo, 2011

Good psych band from Toronto. Heavy, blown-out and fuzzy, this three-piece bring to mind many bands currently out there but they show potential to get even more "out there" in the future. The vocals could use more oomph and style as they make the stoned-off-your-ass slow and steady vibe of the music seem too lethargic and lazy. Worth checking out the free download on their bandcamp

LIYL: Quest For Fire, Bardo Pond, White Hills, Naam

Website : Myspace : dl

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Good news everyone!

I'm moving soon! If anybody who visits my blog lives in Kingston Ontario we should meet. It'd be great to know some people with taste (especially if you're a woman!) and have someone to go to shows with. Devin Townsend is playing there soon! I can't wait to live in a city. Where I can get drunk and walk to a show! Maybe the change in scenery will bring a change in my mood and I won't be such a miserable cunt.

In other news, Dimitri's back! After a long absence (and me sometimes wondering if he was dead) he splooges a shit-ton of music on us! He's got four new mixes posted which is like fuckin four days worth of music.

I haven't been able to digest it all, but last Sunday I was hungover in bed and listened to his Sunday Morning Songs II and I must say, it is fucking magnificent! If you like the softer stuff I post you'll want to grab both Sunday Morning posts (the first is more upbeat and kinda funky). Get em all in the Dungeon! (dl links are in comments)

Dimitri's Sunday Morning Songs
Dimitri's Sunday Morning Songs II - Dreaming Strings
DIMITRIS DUNGEON MIXTAPE VI - Electrician Cry Out For Justice

Dimitri doesn't say much but he's got a way with words; "Music for stimulating your pussy and asshole with hard and soft boiled eggs." lol!

There might be less posts for a litte while as I get settled (I have a big Christmas present lined up for you all) but right now I got some albums for you fuckers. So scroll down and enjoy

Boogie Monster - Zechimechi

Needs More Ram records, 2011

Two dudes makin a fuckload of noise. Canada's answer to Lightning Bolt.

Website : Myspace : dl

Sahara Surfers - Sonar Pilot

Sound Zero, 2010

Female-fronted stoner-rock from Austria. I posted their previous album not too long ago. a catchy, rockin album that grows on you with each listen. This new one is more of the same great stuff. And it's available to download free from their label!

Website : Myspace : dl

Oranssi Pazuzu - Kosmonument

Spinefarm Records, 2011

Psychedelic Black Metal, Space Rock

"From Finland, ORANSSI PAZUZU climax with their new album which offers a mix of Occult, Psychedelic, Progressive and Heavy Black Metal of a staggering beauty. The Finns’ music ranges from the Nordic Aggressive Black Metal we all know to Rock touches from the ’70 which reminds the listener of the Space Rock movement, dreamy and eerie. Oh and the vocals are so Dark and Evil." - Kogaionon Reviews

Website : Myspace : dl

Elder - Dead Roots Stirring

Meteorcity, 2011

"Elder describe themselves as "a sonic interpretation of the forces that surround us; the pounding waves of ancient seas, the weight of stone colossi rising up from the earth and the endlessness of inflamed, majestic skies." Dead Roots Stirring, their second album since 2009, proves their poetic self-description is truth. Elder's balance of doom-heavy bombast, bulky metal, and stoner rock has been perfected, translating their riff-heavy debut for long, structured monoliths of massive, slow-burning charcoaled incense. "The waves of ancient seas" act as the foundation in which their songs are layered upon, "the weight of stone colossi rising up from the earth" as the copious, blackened adrenaline of their massive guitar riffs, and "the endlessness of inflamed, majestic skies" as the mythic, earth-toned atmosphere signaled from their self-created, smoke filled sky above." - Olive music

Website : Myspace : dl

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Mixing it up

How bout something completely different? Because nobody asked for it, here is my Spanish music mix! A mix of spanish/flamenco and spanish-influenced tracks.
get it here

And time for Hip Hop Mix Part III. A 2-disc old school mega mix. Disc one is more rockin, Disc two is more fun and funky!
get em both here

Friday, October 14, 2011

Submotion Orchestra - Finest Hour

Ranking Records, 2011

Sounds like a jazzier, dubbier Portishead.

"Submotion Orchestra is a live 7-piece project from Leeds, incorporating deep bass-driven grooves and dense textures in their progressive live dubstep sound."

Website : Myspace : dl

Vieo Abiungo - And The World Is Still Yawning

Lost Tribe Sound, 2011

Mix of neo-classical/chamber music, world music, experimental folk and post-rock. I find it strangely compelling and beautiful. If you dig stuff like Rachel's, Gentlemen Losers, Clogs, Sir Richard Bishop and Balmorhea....

"William Ryan Fritch is a multi-instrumentalist in the truest sense of the word. Not only does he play more than one instrument, but his talents are not restricted to one instrumental family, nor to one genre, nor even to one broad cultural tradition. And he shows no favouritism in his compositional employment of all this, at ease with melodic and percussive, modern and ancient, east and west." - Matt Gilley, The Silent Ballet

Website : bandcamp : dl

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Priestbird - Beachcombers

self-released, 2011

I really loved their last album (2007's In Your Time). I posted it, bought it and still listen to it.

Four years later they re-emerge with a more mellowed, folky sound. I miss the dark tension and heavier parts of their last album, though they still sound like Priestbird.

You can download the album from their site! (donate if u can)

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Tree Of Sores - Tree Of Sores

Witch Hunter Records, 2011

"Leeds 3 piece, taking influences from the doomy atmospherics of Neurosis, an underbelly of crust care of Amebix, and an air of recklessness favoured by the likes of Eyehategod.

The band create a vibe that is heavy, dark and ambient, with tortured male/female vocals, and a mission to take you to a frightening place." - Witch Hunter Records

bandcamp : Website : dl

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Roots Bloody Roots!

Time to get back to the roots of this blog: post-rock & post-metal

Meniscus - War of Currents (2011)
Website : Myspace : dl

Kokomo - If Wolves (2011)
Website : bandcamp : dl

Sweet Mother Logic - Sweet Mother Logic (2009)
Website : bandcamp : dl

Lion's Paw - Demo (2011)
Website : Myspace : dl

Monday, September 19, 2011

More Mixes Motherfuckers!

I'm losing my fucking mind. The only positive results of this is a well organized music collection and many more mixes!

I'm sure nobody listens to these but I don't give a shit. I make them for myself and I listen to them hundreds of times. I put a lot of effort into compiling them, and little effort into posting them.

I've updated two previous mixes with 160 more minutes of fantastic music. Firstly, I've got Disc 5 of my Epic Pop Mix with a lot of 2011 tracks on it.

And even though Summer has died a quick death, I've got a Bonus Disc for my Summer Psych Mix which has alternate tracks from artists that were on the first 2 discs.

Finally, I've made another Hip Hop Mix. Part II is a laid back and jazzy affair. I've got a few more parts to my hip hop mix already made up but I'll hold off to let people digest these. Enjoy!

Epic Pop Mix Disc 5
Summer Psych Mix Bonus Disc
Soundweave Hip Hop Mix Part II

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Hateful Abandon - Move

Todestrieb Records, 2011

Post-Black Metal/Dark Rock/Post-Punk. Bloody fantastic album!
LIYL: Virus, Enslaved, Joy Division, The Cure, Public Image Ltd, Jesu, Killing Joke, Ulver, Ved Buens Ende
Website : Myspace : dl or dl2

Friday, August 12, 2011

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Beef Terminal - Humidex

self-released, 2011

Toronto’s MD Matheson has been making ambient/electronic/post-rock instrumental guitar music under the name Beef Terminal since 1995. This is his first release in 6 years. Sounds like aural morphine to my ears. This will be my bedtime music for a while.

Website : Bandcamp : dl

Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Wooden Birds - Two Matchsticks

Barsuk Records, 2011

Gorgeous folk-rock album to mellow out to. Reminds me of Our Endless Numbered Days era Iron and Wine when Sam was just starting to play around with a full band.
Website : Myspace : dl

Black Taj - Beyonder

Amish Records, 2008

This is just a really great rock album you all should hear. Especially "Cold Comfort" that track is damn near perfect. Members of Polvo.
Myspace : dl

The Coathangers - Larceny & Old Lace

Suicide Squeeze Records, 2011

Chick punk. catcy stuff.
Website : Myspace : dl

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Soundweave's Summer Psych

Some choice tunes for sitting in the sun getting baked and/or drunk. Shrooms would be perfect as well. Enjoy! :)

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Gomer Pyle - Idiots Savants

Space Jam Records, 2008

Here is another great space-stoner-rock album I've been spinning lately. Sounds like a mix of Kyuss and Pink Floyd or more accurately like if Monkey3 had vocals. Groovy!

Website : Myspace : dl

Monday, July 18, 2011

Sahara Surfers - Spacetrip On A Paper Plane

Sound Zero, 2010

Female-fronted stoner-rock from Austria. this album really grew on me with each listen and now it keeps getting stuck in my head.
LIYL: Kyuss, Colour Haze, Queens of the Stone Age,

Website : Myspace : dl

Sunday, June 26, 2011

the funkiest funk that ever funked..

Check out my expanded Funk/Soul mix! 3 more CDs of amazing tunes you won't hear anywhere else! GET FUNKY

Sunday, June 19, 2011

DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo - Ki Oku

Apollo, 1998

"Pairing DJ Krush, known throughout the beat underground for his subdued, trippy soundscapes, with Japanese avant trumpeter Toshinori Kondo may seem an odd pairing. This record, however, is instantly knowable and intuitively easy to grasp. DJ Krush is not only able to drive the direction and tempo, but he's also quite adept at creating mood--often mixing up somber, downtempo collages that glide with an underwater grace. His uptempo work is direct, solidly propelled by someone who knows how to handle bass and breaks. Thankfully, the canvasses Krush mixes up are large enough to include Kondo's color work. The trumpeter (who's worked with the likes of Herbie Hancock and John Zorn) takes full advantage of the opportunity. Kondo is a breathy, richly toned player, and his meshings add to the dreamy, psychedelic feel of the recording. He's effective whether he's drifting beside Krush's swirling dub coiled in a haze of effects or punctuating beats with pure blasts of horn fire. A hip-bop classic." --S. Duda

DJ Krush : Toshinori Kondo : dl

Thursday, June 16, 2011

SubRosa - No Help For The Mighty One

Profound Lore, 2011

One of my favorites this year.

"Subrosa comprises the deep thrum that makes up the underlying plasma of our invisible surroundings. The dark air of eerie violin, warped vocals, downtuned guitar and thunderous, sludgy bass grips its focus on the low end. The supernatural black-rock riffs are grossly stripped-down. Extreme straightforwardness is the name of the game in getting to the primitive center inside all of us that has the most power to overpower."

LIYL: Grayceon, Giant Squid, Minsk, Rose Kemp, Battle of Mice, Mouth of the Architect

Website : Myspace : dl or dl2

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Shroud Eater - ThunderNoise

self released, 2011

"Shroud Eater return with their full length début after the very promising start they made with their EP that they released in 2009. The Thundernoise album comes in a very thick cardboard digipak with a lyric-sheet put together by the band themselves and the artwork is in the same tradition set by the EP. Shroud Eater have a unique place in the sludge-metal scene as they sound not like any other band and maybe they are not sludge at all depending on your own tastes. Thundernoise has 11 songs, 3 of those are re-recorded versions of "We are Beasts," "Vesuvius" and "Cyclone" which also appeared on their début EP. The band still have a raw take on the sludge genre, sounding like a punkish version of High On Fire at times with the vocals of guitarist Jeannie Saiz mostly consisting of aggressive yelling. Shroud Eater unleash a fairly varied approach from straight-forward noise rock to more complex passages especially in one track titled "Oubliette" which is the album's centerpiece."

Altho I'd say the centerpiece is Descent from the Summit. Read the rest of the review on Doommantia

Website : bandcamp : dl

Thursday, June 9, 2011

You Handsome Devil - The Hell, You Say

self-released, 2011

Badass rock/metal trio from Toronto. LIYL: things that fucking rock!

"Band biographies are pointless piles of self-indulgent garbage.

No...seriously. They’re fucking useless.

I mean, does anybody really care about how old you were when you started playing guitar?

Does it really make a difference how many unsigned, unknown, and completely unimportant rock bands you played in when you were in high school?

Will it enhance my musical experience if I am told about the girl you dated in your late teens who cheated on you with her design prof. and subsequently dumped your lazy, pot-smoking, guitar picking, biography writing ass?

The answer is simple.

The answer is no.

Therefore, the members of the Satanic Rock & Roll combo known as YOU HANDSOME DEVIL have chosen to say absolutely nothing about their extraordinarily spectacular band and how great it is.

No way. Not these guys.

You couldn’t possibly get them to yammer on endlessly about their stellar live performances.

And they won’t waste your time describing the inner facets of their patented brand of rock & roll.

They won’t even make mention of their winning personalities, or of their dashing good looks.

They simply don’t need to sell you on anything.

If you like it, turn it up.

If you hate it, go to Hell.

Either way you’ll be listening to


facebook : myspace : dl

DeStatt - Machinry

Cool Green Recordings, 2011

"De Statt, it has to be said, are quite, quite brilliant. While it is a given that they will not appeal to the more metal-minded readers who visit SonicAbuse, for those who have a hankering for the days when Mike Patton would bounce between Loveage, Tomahawk and Pepping Tom, when Butthole Surfers provided the soundtrack to Beavis and Butthead and when Primus ground out twisted slabs of funky brilliance then this is for you. Comparisons to QOTSA, Nick Cave, Captain Beefheart and the like are fair and understandable, but there’s so much more going on here – as if Torre Florim’s twisted muse has infected the other members of this unique band and sent all five spinning off on some mad, Hunter S. Thompson journey into the mescaline-soaked desert. Inspiring, insane and ingenious, this is what pop music should sound like rather than the mass-produced, soulless, mindless crap ground out on X factor. ‘Machinery’ should be required listening for anyone with a pulse – it really is quite remarkable." - Sonic Abuse review

Website : Myspace : dl

Monday, June 6, 2011

Guadalupe Plata

self-released, 2011

"Creepy Hi-LO-Fi swampy espanafied punkass monster blues" from Ubeda, Spain. Sounds like Old Time Relijun to me. You can download both releases free from their bandcamp site. and you can see an awesome video by them here (trust me you'll want to check it out ;)

bandcamp : Myspace

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

ARENNA - Beats of Olarizu

nasoni records, 2011

I'm back and will have a bunch of stuff soon. Today I bring you an absolutely epic slab of psychedelic stoner-doom from Spain. This kicks ass! More info and alt link at the Swamp

LIYL: Samsara Blues Experiment, Acrimony, Loan, Ancestors, Gonga, Earthless, Kyuss, Iota, Sons of Otis
Myspace : bandcamp : dl or dl2

Thursday, April 28, 2011

True Widow

As High As The Highest Heavens And From The Center To The Circumference Of The Earth
Kemado, 2011

This is really fucking good. Texas slowcore doomgaze trio.
LIYL: Earth, Jesu, Codeine, Human Bell, Low, Broken Water, Pelican, Across Tundras
Website : Myspace : dl or dl2

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Shilpa Ray and Her Happy Hookers - Teenage and Torture

Knitting Factory Records, 2011

"Shilpa Ray and her Happy Hookers play grinding blues, sleazy jazz, and bracing rock with punk immediacy and pop appeal. The result? Something like a vulgar Ella Fitzgerald, channeling Nick Cave and PJ Harvey, and singing her songs before a wall of distortion and thunderous, pounding rhythms. Live shows are already a notorious commodity — and audiences have been screaming as loud as the band does." -last.fm

On tour with Acid Mothers Temple(seriously one of the best live bands you'll ever see) right now
Website : Myspace : dl

P.S. I added new links to the "great posts from other blogs" section on the right. i suggest exploring them or you'll miss out on some amazing music. i also updated my "favorite blogs" list. I find almost all my fave music from these blogs. Props to all those who run them!

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Paul Cary - Ghost of a Man

stank house records, 2010

some great tunes here, from toetappin little ditties to some depressive folk dirges. listen if you like old blues, garage rock and stuff like Tom Waits

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Money Making Jam Boys - The Prestige: Jam Boy Magic

10.Deep, 2011

An absolutely killer mixtape full of great tracks (with just a couple duds). If you like hip-hop at all you are sure to find something you'll love on here. I'm really loving Coming Out Hard and International Playboy. Can be downloaded directly from the 10 Deep Website. Alt link if needed.

"10.Deep has linked up with The Money Making Jam Boys’ for their first mixtape release, “The Prestige: Jam Boy Magic”. The Money Making Jam Boys (consisting of Black Thought from the Grammy-winning Roots crew, Dice Raw, Truck North, P.O.R.N. and STS) join Kid Cudi, Wale and Donnis as artists that we have supported and championed as a brand.

Seamlessly mixed by The Press Play Show’s own Mick Boogie and Terry Urban, The Prestige – sixteen tracks of hot lava – draws equally upon original production by the likes of Frank Knuckles and ?uestlove, and a revisitation of several golden era hip-hop tracks. Mix that with cuts by the legendary Jazzy Jeff and you get what many who’ve been privy to preview listens state is the best mixtape release we’ve had to-date. We’ll reserve our judgement and let you decide."

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Songs of 2010

Late to the party. With the top 50 albums this year I didn't bother uploading all the albums. I linked to the ones I've posted before, and most are still there, otherwise I've just linked to a band's myspace. In order to further highlight the best of last year I made a playlist for you lucky folks.

With this playlist I wanted to share some of my favorite songs of the year and hopefully shed some light on some overlooked stuff. It's not all my favorite songs but mostly from releases I think not enough people have heard. I didn't put them in order of favorites but instead wanted the playlist to move smoothly from genre to genre, climaxing with the epic and heavy and then coming down with a couple slower, ambient tracks. It's almost 4 hours long but worth listening to.

Oh and the best tracks of the year are Crippled Black Phoenix's We Forgotten Who We Are, Man's Gin's Solid Gold Telephone and Gifts From Enola's Alagoas. So fucking good!

Part 1
Part 2

| 01 - Maserati - Pyramid Of The Moon.mp3
| 02 - Umberto - Running Blade.mp3
| 03 - Luke Abbott - Brazil.mp3
| 04 - Gold Panda - Same Dream China.mp3
| 05 - Jaga Jazzist - Toccata.mp3
| 06 - Junip - Rope & Summitt.mp3
| 07 - Wino - Mala Suerte.mp3
| 08 - Paul Cary - Angel from Heaven.mp3
| 09 - Voice Of The Seven Thunders - Disappearances.mp3
| 10 - The Goner - Within the Hour.mp3
| 11 - Man's Gin - Solid Gold Telephone.mp3
| 12 - Joanna Newsom - Good Intentions Paving Company.mp3
| 13 - Warpaint - Undertow.mp3
| 14 - Wildbirds & Peacedrums - The Well.mp3
| 15 - Sabbath Assembly - Hymn of Consecration.mp3
| 16 - Quest For Fire - The Greatest Hits By God.mp3
| 17 - The Main Street Gospel - Fool's Gold.mp3
| 18 - Crippled Black Phoenix - We Forgotten Who We Are.mp3
| 19 - The Ascent of Everest - Return to Us.mp3
| 20 - My Education - City Woman.mp3
| 21 - Gifts From Enola - Alagoas.mp3
| 22 - The Redneck Manifesto - Little Nose.mp3
| 23 - Ghost Box Orchestra - Bounce & Float.mp3
| 24 - Vinyl Williams - Psychic Shrine.mp3
| 25 - Moon Duo - In The Trees.mp3
| 26 - Mugstar - Radar King.mp3
| 27 - Afrirampo - ?????.mp3
| 28 - My Disco - Young.mp3
| 29 - Les Discrets - L'Echappee.mp3
| 30 - Howl - The Scorpion's Last Sting.mp3
| 31 - Kvelertak - Utrydd dei Svake.mp3
| 32 - Eibon - Through The Eyes.mp3
| 33 - Humanfly - Heavy Black Snow (ft. Rose Kemp).mp3
| 34 - Teeth of the Sea - The Island Is.mp3
| 35 - Eluvium - Cease To Know.mp3
| 36 - Hindi Zahra - Kiss & thrills.mp3

Monday, February 28, 2011

Top 50 Albums of 2010