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Best of 2016: 21 Albums We Listened to All the Way Through Multiple Times

by on February 26th, 2017 | No Comments »

So, you know how everyone has been saying that 2016 was the best year ever, where tons of good things happened for the average American and the progress of our great nation felt tangible at every step? That’s why we decided to wait until late 2017 to publish our contributors’ list of favorite albums… so you can relive the magic that was the year of our lord two thousand and sixteen. Enjoy!


2016: 12 Movies We Enjoyed Watching

by on January 31st, 2017 | No Comments »

Adam Lawrence – In 2016, movies held a pretty special place for most folks – this year was a doozy and movies were there to provide a soothing balm of escapism. Sure, the summer blockbusters mostly sucked ass and it seemed like every other movie released was some kind of experiment designed to calculate just how far our standards have fallen for good story, strong characters, and whatever passes for authentic emotion. Mighty Marvel moves on, 40-year-old franchises still reign, and sometimes it feels like there hasn’t been a movie made specifically for an adult audience in years.


Best of 2016: 187 Songs We Liked A Whole Lot

by on January 3rd, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Our annual year-end coverage begins with a list of our favorite songs. No rankings. No mid-article ads. No slide show formats to sell more ads. No pretense that we’ve collectively determined the “best” music of 2016. Just an alphabetical list of the single tracks we most enjoyed listening to this year.


Best Albums of 2016 (So Far)

by on July 19th, 2016 | No Comments »

Cameron Deuel – My “Best of 2016” Google Doc has three tabs: 1. To Listen, 2. Best of, and 3. Rations (my monthly music newsletter). In the past six months, dozens of new albums, mixtapes, EPs, and singles have been fed through columns, some graduating from one tab to another, in an effort to concentrate the finest works of the year into one list.


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