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Tag Archives: Matthew Barber
Best Songs of 2014
As a follow-up to my favorite albums post, here are my 30 favorite songs of the year, with commentary about a few: Walkabout by Augustines. No song has been played more often in my iTunes this year. I absolutely love … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged alt-J, Augustines, Beck, Coldplay, Counting Crows, Doug Paisley, First Aid Kit, Foxygen, Hozier, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Lee Dwyze, Marc Broussard, Matthew Barber, Old Crow Medicine Show, Ryan Adams, Shovels & Rope, Sturgill Simpson, The Apache Relay, The Kooks, The New Basement Tapes, The War on Drugs, Trampled By Turtles, U2 Leave a comment
Best Albums of 2014
It’s time for my annual list of my favorite albums of 2014. I love finding new music and thanks to Spotify, iTunes Radio, Amazon Prime, and YouTube, it’s never been easier. I wasn’t blown away with very many albums this … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged Augustines, Beck, Best Albums 2014, Coldplay, Crowder, Doug Paisley, Hozier, Matthew Barber, The Apache Relay, The War on Drugs, U2 Leave a comment
MiPod: Best Songs of 2010 — Jan-June, Vol. 2
The past few weeks have been chock full of some really good music releases, which made the free eMusic downloads I received even better. So here’s another heaping helping of some of the best music of the year thus far. … Continue reading