4-IZE, Professional Ignorant: Get that dirt off your spectacles.
Abby Go Go, Abby Go Go: Good shoegazer jams for smoking drugs
Avery Sunshine, Avery*Sunshine: Trumpeting Atlanta soul with butter vocals
Back Pockets, Blissters N Basements: Artaud and H.R. Pufnstuf's love child
Baka, Decatur Dope: Faded instrumentals to slow your roll
Balkans, "Georganne": Subtly snotty, lazy melody, terrific tune
Big Boi, Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty: Three years of work: worth it
Big K.R.I.T., K.R.I.T. Wuz Here: Country raps Faulkner would smoke to
B.o.B, No Genre: B.o.B detractors, eat your words. Yum?
Boog Brown/Apollo Brown, Brown Study: Silky smooth. Also hard as nails
Butch Walker and the Black Widows, I Liked It Better When You Had No Heart: Glam heavy, thumping pop without apologies
Carnivores, If I'm Ancient: Randy, dandy washing machine indie rock
Cee-Lo Green, "F*ck You": Cee-Lo's ex-wife must be kicking herself.
Clan Destined, A Story Never Told: F#$% a Mixtape: Lightning smooth "other ground" hip-hop alchemy
The Clap, Spider House 5: A woozy carnival of blown-speaker ghost-punk
Conspiracy, The Medium is the Message: Head-nods like the wrath of God
Delta Moon, Hellbound Train: Devilishly sizzling slide guitar blues/rock
Deerhunter, Halcyon Digest: Trippy, comfortable, nostalgic pop. Totally mesmerizing
Dillon, Southern Scramble 2: Starving artist cooks up golden-era hip-hop.
El Fossil, El Fossil cassette: Killer surf sans the chain-wallet clichés
The Futura Bold, The Futura Bold: James Hall's psychedelic garage rock revival
Gucci Mane, The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted: After prison, an instant classic. T.I.?
heRobust, Albumin: Instrumentals to rap rings around Saturn
Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, Medicine County: British hillbillies. Good lord, what's next?
Hollyweerd, Edible Phat 2.0: Nerd thuggin': new big thing? Indeed.
Hot Heavy & Bad, "One": F*ck me daddy. Mother, may I?
Janelle Monáe, The ArchAndroid: Effin. Brilliant. Not your average diva
Jeffrey Bützer & Claire Lodge, Past Wanstead Flats: Sometimes fairy tales have ambiguous endings.
J-Live, Undivided Attention: Real MCs don't settle for less.
Nope, that's just a house around the corner.
Is this Stankonia???...
The song "Fire!" from their first album is still an indie classic.
The sampling, production, and live instrumental performances on the Claimin Tru track might have been…
"Tru Dat Interlude" - Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik