Our wrap-up of the best music and more from 2019
It's the end of a decade, and what a final year it's been. In this last piece of our 2019 feature series, we look back on the previous twelve months to explore the best TV shows we streamed, the coolest album artwork, weirdest records, best non-punk/metal and a couple of other lists of music-related stuff we dug in 2019. Read on to find out what you might have missed. Best Programs I Streamed in 2019 In a year that saw Game of Thrones stumble across the finish line, even with an ever-increasing amount of programming options of any and all varieties, finding something good to watch was sometimes a challenge. Here's the best movies and series ...
The end of a year and the end of a decade – 2019 is done and it's over to SPB to tell you about the ...
As the year ends, it's time once more for us to hand over to the artists and record labels that made some of our ...
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As the year ends, it's time once more for us to hand over to the artists and record labels that made some of our favorite music of 2019 and ask them about their year, the music they enjoyed, and what they're excited about for 2020. Here's the questions we're asking them: What are your top five albums that were released in 2019? (In order 1-5) What band did you discover in 2019 (can be a brand new band or an older band) that had an impact on your life? What made them significant? How will you ...
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