. . . I was never that good at the words anyways - bn

. . . you're not punk and i'm tellin everyone, save your breath i never was one - bs

Friday, January 29, 2016

DPDC "Best" EPs/7"s/Singles of 2015

15 Favorite less than full-lengths, with playlist . . .

DPDC Best EP/7"/Single of 2015

Two Cow Garage - Let the Boys Be Girls

Sour Boy, Bitter Girl - Mule (bandcamp)

Year of Glad - S/T

Dikembe - Ledge

Great Lakes USA - Stumbling Distance

Benchmarks - American Night

Shit Present - S/T

Ma Jolie - Jetpack Mailman

Blis - Starting Fires in My Parents House

Deforesters - S/T

Rozwell Kid - Good Graphics

Old Wild Eyes - Cold Campfires

Placeholder/Sleeping Weather - Split

Modern Baseball - The Perfect Cast EP

You Blew It! - Pioneer of Nothing

DPDC "Best" Albums of 2015

Now that you've probably grown plenty tired of seeing them from everyone else, I've finally gotten around to compiling the DPDC "best of 2015" lists.  Felt fairly tough to settle on, but I think these were my 25 favorite full-lengths from the past year. In loose order, though Hello Hello was a pretty hands down number one.

DPDC Best Albums of 2015:

Divers - Hello Hello

Choke Up - Black Coffee, Bad Habits

Timeshares - Already Dead

Hop Along - Painted Shut

Desaparecidos - Payola

Tenement - Predatory Headlights

Unions - Baby Let Your Heart be Humble (Bandcamp)

Roger Harvey - Twelve Houses

The Sidekicks - Runners in The Nerved World

All Dogs - Kicking Every Day

Sorority Noise - Joy, Departed

Western Settings - Yes It Is

Joey Kneiser - The Wildness

Jeff Rosenstock - We Cool?

Oso Oso - Real Stories of True People, Who Kind of Looked Like Monsters

Worriers - Imaginary Life

Great Cynics - I Feel Weird

Banquets - Spit at the Sun

Elway - Better Whenever

Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room - Party Adjacent

Donovan Wolfington - How to Treat the Ones You Love

The Mountain Goats - Beat the Champ

Pet Symmetry - Pets Hounds

Shinobu - 10 Thermidor

Make War - S/T

. . . and I have to say, was late to it or I think Julien Baker - Sprained Ankle could've snuck in.