MMR 87 (12/11-12/17): The Best Songs and Albums of 2017!

On this very special juggernaut of an episode, Gabe, Darin, and Dan discuss Pitchfork’s highly anticipated end-of-the-year lists, including the best songs and albums of 2017. Plus, we count down (and argue about) our own favorite albums of the year. Don’t miss it!

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SPOILERS BELOW:

Darin:
10. SZA – Ctrl
9. Moses Sumney – Aromanticism
8. Perfume Genius – No Shape
7. Zola Jesus – Okovi
6. Brand New – Science Fiction
5. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
4. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
3. Lorde – Melodrama
2. Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked at Me
1. Jay Som – Everybody Works

Dan:
10. GAS – Narkopop
9. Ariel Pink – Dedicated to Bobby Jameson
8. Jessica Moss – Pools of Light
7. BIG BRAVE – Ardor
6. King Krule – The OOZ
5. JAY-Z – 4:44
4. Young Thug – Beautiful Thugger Girls
3. Brand New – Science Fiction
2. Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Luciferian Towers
1. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

Gabe:
10. (Sandy) Alex G – Rocket
9. Perfume Genius – No Shape
8. Jay-Z – 4:44
7. Shinichi Atobe – From the Heart, It’s a Start, a Work of Art
6. Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.
5. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream
4. Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked at Me
3. Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up
2. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy
1. King Krule – The OOZ

MMR 86 (11/27-12/10): Björk, Lou Reed, Young Thug, and More!

This week, Gabe, Darin, and Dan fulfill a listener request to review Young Thug’s Barter 6, and discuss Pitchfork’s BNMs and Sunday Classic for the weeks of 11/27 to 12/10, including releases from Björk and Lou Reed. 

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MMR 85 (11/20-11/26): The Fall, MGMT, and More!

This week, Gabe, Darin, and Dan talk about 2017’s first end-of-the-year lists and the 2018 Grammy nominations, and instead of discussing Pitchfork’s only BNR of the week of 11/20 to 11/26, The Fall’s Singles: 1978-2016 box set, we focus on The Fall’s greatest LP, 1985’s This Nation’s Saving Grace. Plus, we fulfill a listener request to review MGMT’s divisive Congratulations.

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