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Leonard Cohen - Hallelujah

Leonard Cohen - Hallelujah

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edj – Best of 2012 2012 was a diverse musical year: songs to blast wide open & songs to listen to on headphones. edj once again fits his personal favorites onto the still-dying format of the CD. 79 minutes long, this review of the year’s best journeys from genre to another sub-sub genre, always in search of an edgy and catchy quality. edj_01_08_13_best_of_2012 - Andy Stott – Leaving – Luxury Problems – Modern Love - Julia Holter – Marienbad – Ekstasis – Rvng Intl. - Beach House – Lazuli – Bloom – Bella Union - Teengirl Fantasy – Mist of Time (feat. Laurel Halo) – Tracer – R&S - Dean Blunt & Inga Copeland – Artist Song 2 – Black Is Beautiful – Hyperdub - Animal Collective – Rosie Oh – Centipede Hz – Domino - Zammuto – Too Late To Topologize – Zammuto – Temporary Residence - Heidi Happy – Patient Heart – On The Hills – Silent Mode - Le1f – Wut (5kinAndBone5) – Dark York – SoundCloud Ltd. - Major Lazer – Get Free (feat.

BEST OF 2012: Electronic/Dance BEST OF 2012: Electronic/Dance The world of electronic music continued to veer into uncharted territories throughout 2012 – both within unexplored underground nooks and on stadium stages with bigger sounds (and more party-hungry audiences) than ever before. Here are some very good songs in playlist form and an overview of electronic/dance's most notable developments in 2012. Footwork Freakout - The footwork underworld in Chicago finally blew minds on a more national scale. And rightfully so!

BEST OF 2012: Party Music BEST OF 2012: Party Music Today's recap and mix comes courtesy of RCRD LBL contributor Elise Peebles. Check her out online here and here . Party music in 2012 was one big cluster of genre-bending goodness. New releases from favorite artists did not disappoint, while inventive producers and DJs creatively provided a diverse landscape of club anthems. BEST OF 2012: Songs BEST OF 2012: Songs Songs – whether in the form of half-baked Soundclouds, majestic singles, freaky-deaky videos or sometimes even physical sculptures continued to rule the music world in 2012. The best? Well, that is ultimately up the listener – a role that has more options than ever. Here are the ones we will never forget from this year: Purity Ring - Obedear Hypnotic, ghoulish and tinged with the residue of southern rap, The Knife and experimental sampling, "Obedear" was irresistible and inescapable.

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