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Josdigital’s Favorite Albums of 2010

When you thought the time of reminiscence was over, here’s one more for ya. After the fact again but not defying logic by releasing when the year is actually over. In a non-reversed order for your viewing pleasure, this is a non-profit non-judgmental blog anyways. Two things to note though. ...

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El-P – Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3

It's strange Brooklyn based hiphop producer/mc/label owner El-P is still being introduced as a former Company Flow member (see what i did there). Agreed 97's Funcrusher was a groundbreaking album and a jumpstart into his own underground hiphop movement, but I personally think that the man ...

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Baths

All tracks sound amazingly chill and well directed. One to look out for.

Jai Paul – “BTSTU”

Stuck on repeat. The overlaying falsetto of Jai Paul leads the track through a mix of funky electro-soul. More goodness at his myspace.

Josdigital’s Favorite Albums of 2009

Now that you're probably tired of these lists, here's mine. Am I the only one to deliberately wait until the year is over before starting this listmania frenzy? Maybe I just don't care about the pageviews, ads or the reputation. Or maybe I just couldn't make up my damn mind. Though I look ...

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Nosaj Thing – Drift

You can't read much about Nosaj Thing aka Jason Chung (as simple as Jason spelled backwards) without finding a reference to Flying Lotus. The two are both active in the LA beat culture and have a comparable style, which some would describe as instrumental glitch-hop, whatever that means. But ...

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Lushlife Cassette City Feature

Only heard a few tracks but this gives me sort of the same feeling I had when I first heard Foreign Exchange’s Connected. Not groundbreaking, but incredibly refreshing nostalgia to 90′s hiphop.

Major Lazer “Pon De Floor”

Video is all over the place, lots of dry humping but the concept feels a little too much like Flylo’s ‘Parisian Goldfish’.

Mos Def – “Quiet Dog” on Letterman

Lovin’ his new album. Definitely bites hard.

Dizzee Rascal & Armand Van Helden – Bonkers

Video is.. Bonkers