Our annual round-up of the best music of the year 2015.
It's that fabled time of year – SPB's favorite albums of the last twelve months. In this list, assembled by combining all of out staff writers' individual lists (no editorialising!), we show you the best music of 2015 including old favorites, new artists and a couple of other twists. Read on to find out what albums you shouldn't have missed from the year just gone. Overall list 1 Prurient Frozen Niagara Falls Profound Lore There is not much one can say about Prurient, the project of Dominick Fernow. Throughout the years Prurient have produced an extensive discography that sees them creating a cartography of the dark ambient and noise genres with their own experimental mindset. The project has ...
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It's the end of another year, and time for us to ask some of our favorite artists and bands for their reflections on the ...
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It's the end of another year, and time for us to ask some of our favorite artists and bands for their reflections on the past twelve months in music. As is customary, we find out what theuir favourite releases were from 2015, but we also find out what they're up to in 2016, new bands they discovered and their take on the resurgence of vinyl/cassette and the digital music debate. You can also check out part one of this feature where we asked the same questions to our record label friends! Meanwhile, here are some highlights from ...
Every year since 2006, Scene Point Blank has made it our mission to find out what our community thought of ...
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