18 Dec

Listmas 2014: The Top 50 Albums of the Year [#40-31]


Okay, we’ve made it to Day 2 of this countdown. In case you missed the first set of 10 albums, aka #50-41, you can click here to bring yourself up to speed. The collection of records you’ll find below has a little something for everybody, I’d say. Well okay, maybe not EVERYBODY. But there’s some great synth pop, some punk rock, some electronica, some hip hop, and a little bit of experimental whatnot in there for good measure. If there’s a theme to be pulled from this portion of the countdown, it’s that change is inevitable, and can often turn out for the best. Anyways, let’s just get right into it. Here’s the Top 50 Albums of 2014: #40-31!
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18 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 12-18-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Music Video: Panda Bear – Boys Latin

Music Video: Pond – Sitting Up On Our Crane

Watch Wild Beasts perform “Wanderlust” on a giant pipe organ

Music Video: St. Vincent – Birth in Reverse

Watch the short documentary “Road Dawgs,” about Future Islands on tour

YouTube Audio Stream: The Decemberists – The Wrong Year

Watch a comedy sketch for Australian radio station Triple J ft. Lorde, Disclosure, First Aid Kit, Courtney Barnett and more

YouTube Audio Stream: Modest Mouse – Lampshades on Fire

Watch Kendrick Lamar perform an untitled new song on “The Colbert Report”

Listen to St. Vincent on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss songs from Alburn, Bent Denim (covering Taylor Swift), Corbin, Hot Casandra, Monsterheart and Solidisco. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Band of Horses & Grandaddy, Busy Living, Janna Pelle, The Julie Ruin, Phil Beaudreau and Something Anorak.

Alburn – Blue Christmas

Bent Denim – Shake It Off (Taylor Swift cover)

Brooklynn – Friends

Corbin – Worn

Dave McPherson – Merry Ex Mrs

The Grubby Mitts – To A Friend’s House the Way Is Never Long

Hot Casandra – Superstition

Kurtz – Finer Feelings

Lac Belot – Elizabeth

Monsterheart – At Night

Solidisco – Ready

SUNBEARS! – All I Want for Christmas Is You

Tom Flash – Lose Control
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17 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 12-17-14

We are knee-deep in the middle of Listmas right now, so let me give you a bit of an update as to where things stand. Last week saw the countdown of the Top 50 Songs of 2014. You can check out the Top 10 by clicking this link. If you’d like to see the full list of 50, this link will take you to all of the relevant posts. This week things are running behind schedule, but the Top 50 Albums of 2014 countdown has begun. The hope right now is to have it wrapped up before Christmas Eve, but in the meantime please check out #50-41 by clicking here. I hope that you make some fun new discoveries, either that way, or via today’s edition of Pick Your Poison. There’s some great tracks in this set from A.G. Cook, Dim Sum, Feldspar, How to Dress Well, Los Angeles Police Department and Maelstrom. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Blitzen Trapper, Feral Conservatives, Field Report, Menace Beach, The Muscadettes, Wiz Khalifa and more.

A.G. Cook – Beautiful (Rustie Edit)

Born I Music – I Can’t Breathe (ft. MacGuyver)

C Duncan – And I

Dim Sum – To the Top

Feldspar – In the Bleak Midwinter

Foreign Fox – Driving Drunk for Christmas

How to Dress Well – Tomb for Anatole

IndianRedLopez – Tinseltown in the Rain

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Sundry

Los Angeles Police Dept – Oh Lonely Night

Maelstrom – Dystopian Elements

We Are Temporary – I Can’t Breathe
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17 Dec

Listmas 2014: The Top 50 Albums of the Year [#50-41]


This is the big one. Well to be more accurate, this is the START of the big one. The Top 50 Albums countdown is the cornerstone of Listmas every year, and the 2014 version is looking pretty stellar. Before we begin, let me quickly go over the basic ground rules to help explain the rankings and how records qualified for this list. Any full length record released in the United States over the course of the 2014 calendar year was eligible for inclusion. EPs are not eligible (sorry Royksopp & Robyn), nor are soundtracks (sorry Mica Levi and the Under the Skin OST), mixtapes and “Various Artists” song collections. It’s equal parts funny and sad to me that at the start of the 2013 Top 50 Albums countdown, I mentioned that the site had fallen off the wagon in terms of album reviews for that year, but promised that “in 2014, things are going to be different!” They actually were different in that the total number of album reviews declined yet again. There’s a myriad of excuses I can claim contributed to that problem, including some serious bouts with writer’s block and having a lot more general life responsibilities on my plate that snatched away the free time I’d normally spend writing. Ultimately though, I didn’t push myself hard enough to get things written and published in a timely fashion. I’ve actually got a handful of unfinished album reviews from across the year that I kept delaying until they were forgotten about. They’re all way past expiration date now, but maybe I’ll use pieces of those writings in the short capsules for each record on this list. When you really think about it, the Top 50 Albums countdown is pretty much just a mini-review marathon anyway. Almost all of these you’ll be seeing and reading about for the very first time on the site, so enjoy the surprise and suspense of what might be on the way this week. Today I’m happy to kick things off with the very first of five installments. Take a hop, skip and the jump to check out my Top 50 Albums of 2014: #50-41!
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16 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 12-16-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Charli XCX, Chief Keef, The City on Film and Nicki Minaj. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Banana Beach, King Green, Louise Gold, Skye Steele, Twiggy Frostbite and Young Romance. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from amandla, Dan & The Wildfire, Diagrams, Evans the Death, Shigeto and SQURL (covering The Velvet Underground).

Andrew Keoghan – Better Company

Andrew Oliver – Bells

Azealia Banks – Chasing Time (illstrtd Remix)

Banana Beach – Trouble

Jamie Woon – You’re Not Alone (Creange Remix)

King Green – Self Portrait

Llyona – With You

Louise Gold – Oh My Love (The Elliptical Orbit of Venus)

Marlon James – Ode to Viceroy (Mac DeMarco cover)

Skye Steele – Growing Song

Stick Figure – Stay With Me (Reggae Remix)

Twiggy Frostbite – Ahai

Young Romance – Pale
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15 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Monday 12-15-14

Welcome to the last full week of Pick Your Poison entries for 2014! Starting next Monday, the site will be on vacation for a couple of weeks in order to celebrate the holidays and essentially get a little rest after all this Listmas madness. Speaking of which, the full Top 50 Songs of 2014 list has been posted! It turned out great, and if you haven’t checked it out, just follow this link to see every single set of 10. There are some really interesting choices and a few underground tracks in there, so I hope you enjoy and possibly discover something new! Of course discovery is also what Pick Your Poison is all about, and today’s edition is not skimping on that. Don’t miss tracks in this set from Cancellieri, Diplo, Edward Droste (of Grizzly Bear) and Rostam (of Vampire Weekend), Gemstone Heist, Jolly Mare and We Roll Like Madmen. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from D’Angelo, iLoveMakonnen, Little Brutes, Lucki Eck$ (ft. Chance the Rapper), plus a couple of pretty good remixes by Class of 2014 artists GEMS and Perfect Pussy.

The Bandicoots – No Turn on Red

Cafeine – Love Disease (Christmas in New York)

Cancellieri – Fortunate Peace

Daisy Victoria – Nobody Dies

Diplo, Edward Droste & Rostam – Long Way Home

Four Tet – Parallel Jalebi (Hudson Mohawke Remix)

Gemstone Heist – Green Bay

Jolly Mare – Giu

Motions – How Bout Now (514 Rework)

Tattoo Money – Melt With You

We Roll Like Madmen – The Relief

Woodro Skillson – Clear My Throat
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12 Dec

Listmas 2014: The Top 50 Songs of the Year [#10-1]


Here at Faronheit, nothing is ever truly off limits. Musically, I mean. The primary goal is to help you uncover the absolute best that music has to offer. Sometimes that takes things to a really obscure, underground place, and sometimes it’s the opposite and revels in the mainstream. Listen closely before passing judgment on anything, no matter if it’s a local band you’ve never heard of or a new Katy Perry song. Even an artist you actively dislike might somehow release something that catches your ear and makes you question everything you’ve ever known. For example, a few years back I heard a brand new song on the radio that to my ears sounded halfway decent. Imagine my shock upon being told it was a Hanson song. Not like a 1996 Hanson song, but a 2010 Hanson song. Do I like Hanson more now as a result? Not really, but I suppose I respect them more than I did before. So keep (or start) listening to any and all kinds of music that you can get your hands on, because even the darkest corners may contain some hidden gems. With that, I’m pleased to introduce the final installment of The Top 50 Songs of 2014. The first 40 songs were all fantastic, but what’s below is the cream of the crop. What you see and discover here could very well confound your expectations and disturb you to your very core. Or perhaps after listening to all of these songs you’ll give an understanding nod. There’s a little something for lovers of just about any music genre, but of course feel free to disagree with any or all of the choices as this is totally subjective. In case you missed them, here are links to all the other parts of the countdown:
[#50-41]
[#40-31]
[#30-21]
[#20-11]

And so without further ado, please join me past the jump for my Top 10 Songs of 2014.
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11 Dec

Listmas 2014: The Top 50 Songs of the Year [#20-11]


Electronica. Indie pop. Synth pop. Experimental pop. Punk rock. Psych rock. Indie rock. R&B. You can find all of these genres and more in this next installment of Faronheit’s Top 50 Songs of 2014! Thus far, we’ve journeyed through three previous sets of 10 songs, and should you have missed them, why all you have to do is click these individual links to be taken there instantly: [#50-41] [#40-31] [#30-21]

Of course if you’d like to see all of the Top 50 Songs posts with a single click, simply choose this link. We’ve got two more rounds left, including this one right here, so follow me even further down the rabbit hole as digging continues toward the Top 10 Songs of the year. For the moment, click past the jump for #20-11!
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11 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Thursday 12-11-14

It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another weekly dip into the pool of music news, interviews and videos that I like to call This Week In Music! Yes, in addition to the normal Pick Your Poison mp3s and Soundcloud streams, I like to toss out links to a bunch of other music-related content that I’ve found interesting or worthwhile over the course of the week. I encourage you to check some, if not all of these things out, particularly if you’re looking to waste some time. There’s plenty to see, read and hear:

Check out the list of Golden Globes nominees, including Trent Reznor, Lorde, Lana Del Rey, Patti Smith, Common and Sia

Music Video: OFF! – Meet Your God (ft. Jack Black)

Listen to two new Wild Beasts songs via a “GIF Novel” by whiskey maker Jameson

Music Video: Death Grips – Inanimate Sensation

Watch Pharmakon’s 16 minute short film “Bestial Burden”

Music Video: Belle & Sebastian – Nobody’s Empire

Stream a clip of an unreleased Lorde song “Lost Boys”

Music Video: Twin Shadow – Turn Me Up

Jack White has launched a “Third-D” virtual reality app

Music Video: Perfume Genius – Fool

Once you’re done with that set of distractions, let me offer up another set via some song downloads and streams. Don’t miss songs from Basic Shapes, The Blank Tapes, HAWK, Katie Buchanan, Maps and Steel Trees. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream cuts from Dick Diver, Genevieve, Girlpool, I’m Not A Band, Lydia Ainsworth (covering Chris Isaak), QUARTERBACKS and Shlohmo.

Basic Shapes – Weird Kids

The Blank Tapes – Way Too Stoned

Genius – Everyday

HAWK – Hush

Heiress to Atlas – Heliotrope

Ipso Factopus – Trouble

Kalen & The Sky Thieves – Mother Time

Katie Buchanan – Honey, Don’t

Maps – In the Bleak Midwinter (ft. Polly Scattergood)

Paul Cook & The Chronicles – Night Fires

Steel Trees – Loggerhead

Tom Flash – Lose Control
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10 Dec

Listmas 2014: The Top 50 Songs of the Year [#30-21]


In the formidable challenge that is counting down the Top 50 Songs of 2014, today is the day we reach the halfway point and then keep going. The songs are getting progressively better, more epic, catchier, and more emotional. That’s how lists like this work. I hope you’ve enjoyed what’s already been covered in the previous two installments. Click here to see #50-41 in the countdown. Click here to see #40-31. Is there a theme to the set of 10 songs featured in this particular post? Not that I’ve been able to discern. You’ll find a couple of hip hop tracks, a couple of R&B cuts, a couple of synth pop numbers, and some other things that can sometimes feel like they’re straight out of left field. It’s nice to get a little unpredictable from time to time. So here we go: The Top 50 Songs of 2014 #30-21!
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10 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Wednesday 12-10-14

So we’re at mid-week, and already I’m a little bit behind on this year’s Listmas entries. This tends to happen every year, and you’d think I’d have learned my lesson by now. Maybe what I should be doing instead is starting to write the entries a lot farther in advance, so there’s less worry down the line. Anyways, that’s neither here nor there at the moment. On Monday I shared with you the first set of 10 songs in the Top 50 Songs of 2014 list. Today I’m pleased to share the second set, #40-31. As for the rest, we’ll get there. Hopefully the full Top 50 list will be done and posted by Monday. Of course there’s today’s edition of Pick Your Poison to enjoy in the meantime. Enjoy tracks from The Capture Effect, Luna Sopor, Morgan Mecaskey, Niia x The Range, ScotDrakula and Yalls. In the SOundcloud section after the jump, stream songs from Alex Winston, Anthony Naples, Krill, Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, Night Beds, of Montreal and S. Carey.

Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea – Problem (TKDJS Remix)

The Capture Effect – London’s Burning

Hayley Kiyoko – This Side of Paradise (Rogue Vogue Remix)

Lucy Rose – Middle of the Bed (LoftyLows Rethink)

Luna Sopor – Future

Morgan Mecaskey – White Horse

Niia x The Range – Breaking

ScotDrakula – Break Me Up

Tice – Traum

Tonik Ensemble – Until We Meet Again (ft. Shipsi)

Yalls – Heading

Yuzima – Sleigh Ride
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09 Dec

Pick Your Poison: Tuesday 12-9-14

We’ve hit another Tuesday, where I’m once again pleased to bring you a quick rundown of artists with brand new music coming out this week. The hope is to either inform you about what’s out there, but also to maybe even remind you if one of your favorite artists is putting out something new and you simply forgot about it. So without further ado, here’s your list for this week: Cracker, Ghostface Killah, J. Cole, K. Michelle, Los Campesinos! and The Smashing Pumpkins. If you’re so inspired please pick some of these records up via your favorite digital or physical retailer! Now let’s get to today’s Pick Your Poison, where you can discover even more hot new music. Some key tracks you’ll want to give attention to today come from Chromatics, Ender Belongs to Me, Freeweights, Gold Spectacles, Salvatore Ganacci and ZKPR. In the Soundcloud section after the jump, stream new songs from Future of What, Landlady, Motopony, Spazzkid, Stone Jack Jones and VASSY.

Cast – Baby Blue Eyes

Chromatics – Closer to Grey

Ender Belongs to Me – Getting Colder (ft. Alexandra Lowell)

Frank Alexander – Armageddon Disco

Freeweights – Lightweight

Galkin – Feeling Mean

Gold Spectacles – Lately

In All Honesty – Heroine For Your Heart

The Lost Brothers – Little Angel

Salvatore Ganacci – Hit It From the Back

Usher – Yeah (Pat Lok Rework)

ZKPR – Otter Rock Cafe
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