We may be running a bit behind already in 2016, but better late than never. Here is what we at LxL agreed were the top tracks of 2015: 20. Alabama Shakes – “Don’t Wanna Fight” From the moment Brittany Howards screeching intro to beers into your ears, you can feel in your bones that this track is going to be great. It does not let down one bit throughout either.
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Here are our personal top 10 albums and songs of 2015: Wes Songs: 10. Grimes – “Kill V. Maim” 9. CHVRCHES – “Leave a Trace” 8. Jidenna – “Classic Man” 7. Unknown Mortal Orchestra – “Extreme Wealth and Casual Cruelty” 6. Jamie xx – “Loud Places” 5. Tame Impala – “Let It Happen” 4. Vince Staples – “Summertime” 3. Kendrick Lamar – “King Kunta” 2. Courtney Barnett – “Pedestrian at Best” 1. Sufjan Stevens – “Fourth of July” Albums:
Editors note: This originally published in 2013. With the release of the new Walking Dead spin-off series Fear the Walking Dead, we revisit one of our favorite lists, our ten favorite apocalyptic tunes. We all love us some Edgar Wright (and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost for that matter), so with the opening of The World’s End this weekend, we thought it appropriate to dig up the top ten apocalyptic songs. A few words about The World’s End first though. I am endlessly
Tame Impala Currents For having never touched a drug in my life (alcohol and prescriptions excluded), I’ve always been surprisingly in love with psychedelic rock. Maybe it’s its ability to transport you to another place, or just being heavily exposed to “Paperback Writer” as a young lad. Either way, nobody scratches my psychedelic itch quite like Tame Impala, Australia’s finest band.
With Courtney Barnett and Tame Impala quickly sweeping over the music scene like a non-violent version of a tornado, we thought we would give a shout out to our favorite music from the land down under. And yes, obviously Men at Work made the list. Enjoy, and give us your qualms: 10. Dirty Three Pure Aussie instrumental rock. Warren Ellis is like if the devil stole the boy’s fiddle in “Devil Went Down to Georgia”.