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Hi, how's it going? Did you make a gingerbread house this holiday season? Today we have Best of 2012 lists from Ian Graham (Cheap Girls), Alex Wilhelm (Hold Tight), and Karl Keuhn (Museum Mouth), who offers the most pop friendly list we've seen yet.
Ahoy! Start off your morning with a few best of 2012 lists from Ty Vaughn (Broadway Calls), Nick Woods (Direct Hit!), and Dave House (Pacer). And don't you worry, we'll post some more later today.
It's Positive Tuesday! Celebrate by reading Best of 2012 lists by Benny Horowitz (Gaslight Anthem), Jon Loudon (Restorations), and Max Bemis (Say Anything).
Welcome to another edition of "Best of 2012"! Today we have a list of Travis Morrison's (Dismemberment Plan) favorite songs of the year, Mike Park (Asian Man Records) shares his list of the top ten albums of 2012 and Matt Climer (The Sidekicks) also gives us what he predicts will be his favorites of 2013.
It's Friday, y'all! If you're thinking, "I wish Punknews would let the reader's make a Best of 2012 list", you're in luck, because we do! Every year we compile a list determined by the ratings you give the reviewed albums on the site. So if you haven't rated anything yet this year, you should probably do that right after you take a look at the favorites albums of 2012 from Steve Brooks and Andrew Elstner of Torche, Tobias Jeg of Red Scare, and Tom May of The Menzingers. Have a good weekend and we'll bring you more next week.
Oh, hello. We're happy to bring you the next batch of guest Best of 2012 lists. Today Mike Campbell (Laura Stevenson and the Cans, Latterman, Kudrow), Joseph Marro (The Early November, Paperback Management), and Brian Przybylski (Shores) share their top picks for the year.
Welcome to the first round of our guest Best of 2012 lists. First at bat we have Chris Farren (Fake Problems), Scott Vogel (Terror), and Scotty Sandwich (Death to False Hope Records). Did they hit it out of the park? Let us know in the comments. We'll be posting more lists as we close out this fine year.
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Best of The Year: Jeff Cunningham (Bridge&Tunnel), Tom May (The Menzingers), Dan Rock (Lock and Key Collective)
Posted by rich on Friday, December 30, 2011 at 5:00 PM (EST)
We here at Punknews always try to remember the, "Reason for the season." The "season" of course is "End of Year list" time and the "reason" is, "Bands who are kind enough to talk to us." That said, let us adorn ourselves in our finest robes in celebration of this very special "Best of 2011 (ever)" edition featuring Jeff Cunningham (Bridge and Tunnel/Answer Key Recordsl), Tom May (The Menzingers) and Dan Rock (Lock and Key Collective). So eat, drink and be merry!
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Best of The Year: Ben Murray (Heartsounds), Mike Campbell (Laura Stevenson and the Cans), Jamie (Blacklist Royals)
Posted by rich on Thursday, December 29, 2011 at 6:00 PM (EST)
We've returned, yet again, to bring you this very special Six Million Dollar edition of the "Best of 2011"! Today we have some of the best lists by Ben Murray (Heartsounds), Mike Campbell (Laura Stevenson and the Cans/Latterman/Kudrow) and Jamie [Last name withheld] (Blacklist Royals). So check out what they have to say and don't sweat the technique. We'll be back to bring you more of the best, from the best as we attempt to pad the closing of 2011 with any news we can find.
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Best of The Year: Tobias Jeg (Red Scare Industries), Greg Barnett (The Menzingers), Anthony T. Godino (Dead Industry)
Posted by Rich on Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at 6:00 PM (EST)
Welcome back to a rock 'em, sock 'em rollick through some of the absolute best offerings of 2012. Today we bring you lists from minds the likes of Tobias Jeg (Red Scare Industries), Greg Barnett (The Menzingers) and Anthony T. Godino (Dead Industry). Enjoy, and be sure to keep coming back, as the year closes in on us like the furious grasp of a former Governor reaching for the last Turbo Man figure, we're bound to have tons more things to recommend to you.
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