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The Top 20 Albums Of 2012

I haven’t listened to as many full albums as I usually do this year, especially when it comes to Australian music. So more than ever before this really is a list of my favourite albums of the year, rather than the best albums of the year. With that being said, all the end-of-year lists I’ve read so far have been very similar, so at least this one might be a little different.

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Inspired And The Sleep ‘Spar Helm’

And Pluck Your Strings has been on board with Californian band Inspired And The Sleep for a while now, mostly because every single song they do is fucking awesome. It’s been a long wait, but the guys have finally dropped their album ‘Teenager’, from which we’ve been hearing individual tracks for a while now.

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Inspired And The Sleep ‘What I Want And What I Need’

Californian outfit Inspired And The Sleep are fast becoming one of my favourite blog discoveries. Following the release of their album ‘Teenager’ featuring the fantastic singles ‘While We’re Young’ and ‘Running’, the band’s lead singer, Max Greenhalgh, has recently released a song recorded for Hi54LoFi Records’ Valentine’s Day compilation ‘I Love You And Stuff’. It’s called ‘What I Want And What I Need’, and you can listen to it and download it for free below.

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Inspired And The Sleep ‘Running’

A while ago I posted about Inspired And The Sleep, a project involving Californian resident Max Greenhalgh and his aptitude for making pretty summer music. The band’s first single, ‘While We’re Young’, has received plenty of blog lovin’, and now the band have released their second single, ‘Running’, including giving it the music video treatment.

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Inspired And The Sleep ‘While We’re Young’

‘While We’re Young’ is the new single from Californian musician Max Greenhalgh, who has recently finished the recording of a solo album dubbed ‘Teenager’. Yeah, there’s a bit of a trend here. Naturally, the song is a melodic lofi pop number, but instead of being cliched it’s actually a fantastic example of summer music done right. With the warmer weather obviously on its way, we could all do with a bit more music like this.

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