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.
*Christ, Lord sorry
"Punk" style like this seems like it is the polar opposite of punk. Bradford Cox…
They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.
All 80s movies want you...
Their show with Chris, Lord about 3 years at the Unicorn was the best.