Woke up to the sad news that Charles Bradley has passed away. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

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this list gets later and later each year. you might even think that i’ve given up on this whole blog thing…

anyways, enjoy!

 

01. Matthew Mayfield – RECOIL
02. Bear’s Den – Red Dirt and the Pouring Rain
03. The Wealthy West – Long Play
04. Brian Fallon – Painkillers
05. Matthew and the Atlas – Temple
06. Ben Abraham – Sirens
07. Jack Savoretti – Sleep No More
08. James Vincent McMorrow – We Move
09. Matt Wertz – Gun Shy
10. Roo Panes – Paperweights
11. Joe Purdy – Who Will Be Next?
12. Griffin House – So On and So Forth
13. Fort Frances – Alio
14. The Dunwells- Light Up the Sky
15. Heart’s Bridge – Heart’s Bridge
16. The Pines – Above the Prairie
17. Ryan Tanner – Promised Land
18. The Lone Bellow – Then Came the Morning
19. Gregory Alan Isakov – Gregory Alan Isakov With The Colorado Symphony
20. Benjamin Francis Leftwich – After the Rain

now and then there are those artist who can make the simplest lines of a song hit you like a punch in the guts. for me Matthew Mayfield is one of those artists. his first single, of the upcoming album Recoil, History really hit me. especially the line “how do i move, now that you moved on”. i don’t know why that line in particular hit me so hard, but i guess it sums up every time you have been on the wrong end of a relationship and the other person just does not feel the same any longer.

anyways, enjoy this fantastic song in the video below.

Hello,

So, it has been a while. So let’s skip all empty words and get straight to it.

Here is my list of the best albums of 2015

01. John Moreland – High on Tulsa Heat
02. James Bay – Chaos and the Calm
03. Noah Gundersen – Carry the Ghost
04. David Ramirez – Fables
05. Jason Isbell – Something More than Free
06. Mat Kearney – Just Kids
07. Anderson East – Delilah
08. The Answer – Raise a Little Hell
09. Drew Copeland & the Neighbors – Medicine
10. Tyrone Wells – Roll With It
11. Jamie Scott – My Hurricane
12. Joe Pug – Windfall
13. Ryan Adams – Live at Carneige Hall
14. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats- Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
15. Jack Savoretti – Written in Scars
16. Leon Bridges – Coming Home
17. American Aquarium – Wolves
18. Doug Burr – Pale White Dove
19. Rocky Votolato – Hospital Handshakes
20. Great Peacock – Making Ghosts

damn, just listen to this voice, incredible.

Well this just blew my mind. Amazing. Just Amazing

Hello, a bit late, I know. But it is here at last. My list over the best albums of 2014. To be honest, 2014 was not the greatest year for me. A lot of good albums, but not many that stood out and really shook me. Having said that you might find it a bit ironic that I made a list of 25 albums… But for me that proves my point, a lot of good albums, not so many breathtaking ones. So it was actually a bit difficult this year to choose the list.

Anyways, here is the list

01. Mighty Oaks – Howl
02. Luke Sital-Singh – The Fire Inside
03. Noah Gundersen – Ledges
04. Roo Panes – Little Giant
05. Caleb Caudle – Paint Another Layer on My Heart
06. Kensington – Rivals
07. Ryan Adams – Ryan Adams
08. Mattew and the Atlas – Other Rivers
09. D’Angelo – Black Messiah
10. Tomas Andersson Wij – Mörkrets Hastighet
11. Patrick Park – Love like Swords
12. Ben Howard – I Forgot Where We Were
13. Adam Cohen – We Go Home
14. Damien Rice – My Favorite Faded Fantasy
15. Ray LaMontagne – Supernova
16. Sam Brookes – Kairos
17. Briar Rabbit – From Your Bones
18. William Fitzsimmons – Lions
19. Barzin – To Live Alone in that Long Summer
20. All the Luck in the World – All the Luck in the World
21. Chuck Ragan – ‘Til Midnight
22. James Walsh – Turning Point
23. Little Hurricane – Gold Fever
24. Peter Bradley Adams – The Mighty Storm
25. Marc Broussard – A Life Worth Living

Spotify link:

Best of 2014 – Albums

So, I figured I should start a list, well actually I started it a while back but anyways. A list of songs I grew up with, that I can remember. These are some of the songs that were popular during my youth, growing up in the 90’s in Sweden. A lot of the stuff is very much different from what I listen to now… so you have been warned. Anyways, here it is:

The list will be updated with more songs along the way.

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