Happy New Year everyone!
As is tradition [We did this last year – TTW Ed.], the first quarterly of the year rounds up all those songs from 2016 that just missed the cut in being on my Best of 2016 list. The very best of the rest if you will.
And with time at a premium, let’s get straight to it with a run down of the runners and riders:
- Jeff Rosenstock – We Begged 2 Explode (from the album Worry.)
- Shit Present – Sick Of Me (from the Misery + Disaster EP)
- Beth Orton – 1973 (from the album Kidsticks)
- Christian Fitness – Happiness Is Not For Amateurs (from the album This Taco Is Not Correct)
- The Burning Hell – Men Without Hats (from the album Public Library)
- Terry – 8 Girls (from the single 8 Girls)
- Manray – Feelin’ Alright (from the Feelin’ Alright cassette EP)
- Graham Repulski – The Next Great Cake (from the album Contaminated Man)
- The Hayman Kupa Band – Someone To Care For (from the single Someone To Care For)
- A Tribe Called Quest – We The People… (from the album We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service)
- The Humdum Express – Double Edged Swords (from the album The Day My Career Died)
- Kristin Hersh – Between Piety And Desire (from the album Wyatt At The Coyote Palace)
- Robert Pollard – Little Pigs (from the album Of Course You Are)
- Fog – Made To Follow (from the album For Good)
- Gruff Rhys – Set Fire To The Stars (from the album Set Fire To The Stars)
- Pete Astor – Do Nothing (from the single Do Nothing)
- Ian Hunter And The Rant Band – Dandy (from the album Fingers Crossed)
- Honey Radar – Fort Wayne Mermaids (from the album Blank Cartoon)
- Sat. Nite Duets – Deep Peace (from the album Air Guitar)
- The Dwarfs Of East Agouza – Baka Of The Future (from the album Bes)
All these tracks are too good to miss, so after listing to them below, why not go and buy your favourites and help support these talented musicians.