“We won’t live for too long, So let’s love for one song.” – In The Valley Below, “Peaches” As the Top Albums of 2014 rounds into form (coming Friday), here’s a look at some of the individual tracks that stood out over the course of the year.* In no particular order:
2010 | 2011 | 2012 Best Tracks of 2013 playlist on Spotify: I love music. So much so that I almost didn’t write this.
2010 | 2011 Best Tracks of 2012 playlist on Spotify: The Process “Let’s sing to be happy, to feel things, to communicate, be heard We sing out to protest, and to project, and to harmonize with birds Whether it’s your birthday, or your dying day It’s a celebration too Rejoice to use your voice, andContinue reading “Best Albums of 2012: The One Man Army”
“I only pray you’ll never leave me behind Because good music can be so hard to find” -Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine: “Stereo Hearts” Intro When I first started releasing my top-10 album lists, my music taste was linear and dull. The lists were essentially “Corey’s Favorites,” which is robbing you of a trueContinue reading “Best Albums of 2011: Forgetting about Dre and JT”
It’s 2010. Each year, we are supposed to be at the peak of civilization, yet we are not. Recurring themes of famine, poverty and war plague us. It’s imperative for us to learn from the past and move forward from it, not get sucked back into it. That’s been the struggle this year with society,Continue reading “Music in Review: 2010”