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Best of 2013

Don’t we all just hate top 10 lists? They were cool many years ago, but now the saturation is so heavy, top 10 lists are giving Cat Memes a run for there money online.

Thankfully this is not a top 10 list. Rather it is just a list of some of the best tracks of the year compiled from posts already on the site and just a few that have been missed.

This list is also probably really helpful if you were living in the wild, too poor for an internet connection or stuck in a coma for most of 2013.

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The Best of 2011

These are our top picks for the year.

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2011 K-Pop Wrap-up

It’s been another huge year in K-Pop. Arguably you would have to say that the Hallyu Wave has grown further this year than ever before. You can relive all the best bits of the year with the…..

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2010 In Review: Part 3

Part 3, our final part in our review of 2010 looks back at the best full releases from the year. An album or full release has a special place in my heart. It’s a way for a musician to be able to tell a story which can’t be done in 3mins. It provides the foundation for a total body of work and allows an artist to take risks where they might not always be able to.

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2010 In Review: Part 2

Part 2 of our look back at the amazingness of 2010 covers the best songs or singles of the year. Whilst a strong LP is important the ability to produce a single body of work (Single) which can stand on it’s own is not only a hard task but one which takes a many points to go your way to work. These song have done just that, impressed on their own merritts.

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2010 In Review: Part 1

The best Music Video’s of 2010. Looking back over the year, it has been filled with amazing musical creations, transformations of artistry and a discovery of new musical boundaries. Part 1, takes in the best Music Video’s of 2010. From Pop to Alternative and Foreign Language, the best videos have been mastered with no restriction from language or budget.

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What happens when your label makes bad decisions

The decisions made by an artist’s A&R or label support can be the making or breaking of a career. Too often it seems to be the breaking. I know we have touched on this topic before in one of my rants, but today I wanted to give you a breakdown and example of how someone (not the artist) can ruin your career. Artist’s take note.

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Wanted: You!

Music writers! Do you LOVE music? Are your words more interesting than Richard Wilkins ‘entertainment’ monologues about his latest facelift? Do you have the skills to actually ask an interesting question when interviewing someone? Do you have the ability to come up with a fourth witty question to place here? Then we want you! Nowlisten2this.com […]

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Illumination

After years in the making here at last is Illumination, the fully realised debut album from Melbourne’s favourite psychedelic indie-electronic adventurers Miami Horror. With Illumination, Miami Horror has delivered on two years of teeth-cutting live shows and an ever escalating wave of buzz that’s made the group bonafide blog headliners the world over. But what’s […]

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Come on Washington. Please dance with me?

For a lady who does not want to dance, Washington makes the best kind of pop songs.

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