Best Albums of 2012 Podcast

Published On December 11, 2012 | By Stephanie Williams | DMD Podcast

Written By: Stephanie Williams

Sifting through the good, the bad, and the ugly, December calls for DMD to recap the best of what 2012 had to bare. There were no hard and fast rules when it came to deciding favorites The albums I chose were outliers compared to other releases in D.C. Each of these releases weren’t afraid to experiment and take a few risks without any apologies. But, experimentation only goes so far here-most importantly, each album is solidly tightened up. What can be revered is the amount of precision on each piece of work. Paul Vodra from Hometown Sounds was kind enough to have me on his weekly podcast show to countdown my top six albums. In no particular order, they are:

The Sea Life-In Basements

Janel and Anthony-Where is Home

Frau Eva-Underneath Eyelids

Deleted Scenes-Young’s People Church of the Air (re-released in 2012)

Imperial China-How We Connect

The Young Rapids-Day Light Savings

 

Meanwhile, Paul’s were (in no particular order, either):

Drop Electric-Summer Sampler Platter

The Funk Ark-High Noon

Imperial China-How We Connect

Misun-The Sea

The Young Rapids-Day Light Savings

Heavy Breathing-Body Problems

 

DMD will also have a staff picks list of best albums and songs from this year, out next week. For now, listen to our collaborative podcast with Hometown Sounds as we look at the best of 2012.

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