Saturday, December 31, 2011

Podcast: End of Radio #39 - The Best Albums of 2011



"Tying a bow on their third year in business, your End of Radio co-hosts Jordan Cronk and Brian Webster countdown the fifteen best albums of 2011, discussing the importance of perception in an era of nostalgia as they debate the merits of certain genres—drone, minimal techno, R&B—which traffic in the effects of memory and the comfort of the familiar."
Playlist:

0:00 – 05:57
Intro / Discussion
05:57 – 18:40
#15. Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen – “Ha! 4”
#14. Burial – “Stolen Dog”
18:40 – 28:04
Discussion
28:04 – 39:22
#13. Braids – “Lemonade”
#12. Julianna Barwick – “White Flag”
39:22 – 48:27
Discussion
48:27 – 55:43
#11. Destroyer – Poor in Love”
#10. Blackout Beach – “Hornet’s Fury into the Bandit’s Mouth”
55:43 – 1:06:13
Discussion
1:06:13 – 1:15:00
#09. St. Vincent – “Northern Lights
#08. Gang Gang Dance – “Chinese High”
1:15:00 – 1:23:33
Discussion
1:23:33 – 1:31:45
#07. Tim Hecker – “Analog Paralysis, 1978”
#06. Robag Wruhme – “Tulpa Ovi”
1:31:45 – 1:44:04
Discussion
1:44:04 – 1:50:22
#05. Oneohtrix Point Never – “Power of Persuasion”
#04. Colin Stetson – “Red Horse (Judges II)”
1:50:22 – 1:59:22
Discussion
1:59:22 – 2:08:00
#03. Shabazz Palaces – “Are you... Can you... Were you_ (Felt)”
#02. James Blake – “To Care (Like You)”
2:08:00– 2:19:55
Discussion / Outro
2:19:55– 2:26:36
#01. Jenny Hval – “Portrait of the Young Girl as an Artist”

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