Thursday, December 29, 2022

GL.22.11: Erik Kristjanson


100 SONGS: Aaron Bergstrom

GL.22.01: Ilana Bergstrom

GL.22.02: Isabel Vermaak

GL.22.03: Dionicio Solano

GL.22.04: Tony Schoenberg

GL.22.05: Curt Trnka

GL.22.06: Scott Lawson

GL.22.07: Remko Van Knippenberg

GL.22.08: Megan Swidler

GL.22.09: Jem Stirling

GL.22.10: Russell Abdo


GL.22.12: Marisa Plaice

GL.22.13: Lukas Brooks

GL.22.14: Quan Nguyen

GL.22.15: Max Einstein


Steve Lacy - “Bad Habit”

First time my song of the year was also a chart topper. Just stuck in my head for way too long this year (along with billions of others).


Angel Olsen - “Go Home”

Probably the album I listened to most in 2022, could have picked any number of these tracks. The “Go Home” lyrics are just so relatable. 


This shit is out of this world! All hail the Queen Bey!!

Big Thief - “Certainty”

Listened to this one early and often in 2022. 

Panda Bear, Sonic Boom - “Edge of the Edge”

Sounds simultaneously old and futuristic, great album top to bottom. 

The 1975 - “Part of the Band”

The most interesting song to me on an album full of really good songs. 

Spoon - “Wild”

Good ol' guitar rock.

Animal Collective - “Walker”

Psychedelic pop rock goodness, Animal Collective's best stuff in a while.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - “Spitting Off the Edge of the World”

Great song for the looming armageddon! 

Weyes Blood - “Hearts Aglow”

Weyes Blood paints a lovely picture in this one

Plains - “Hurricane”

If Katie Crutchfield did a collaboration album every year, I'd be ok with that.

Grace Ives - “Lullaby”

Janky Star is an awesome album name, and this one is infectious.

Dehd - “Bad Love”

Makes you wanna howwwl!

Taylor Swift - “Lavender Haze”

Sets the tone for all number one hits.

The Weeknd - “Take My Breath”

Became a go-to dance number in our household.

MJ Lenderman - “Hangover Game”

I've played this game before

Beth Orton - “Fractals”

Liked this album a lot, didn't fully appreciate the nuance until I listened with headphones on the plane

Phoenix - “Identical”

Great album closer ... Phoenix mastered their craft on this album. 

Wet Leg - “Angelica”

Feels like this came out a really long time ago now, still really fun.

S.G. Goodman - “All My Love Coming Back to Me”

Beer drinking, porch music.

Gang of Youths - “you in everything”

Nice way to start an album.

Two Shell - “Memory”

Freaky in the best way possible.

Hot Chip - “Out of My Depth”

Another great album closer. All the elements I like: poignant lyrics, nice build up, sweet release.

The Smile - “Free in The Knowledge”

What do the other guys in Radiohead even do?

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