Sunday, July 12, 2009

Top songs of 2009 (so far)

I’ve seen a few lists posted recently of the best songs and albums of 2009 so far, and I thought I’d throw my hat into the ring. My list isn’t as thought out as my year-end one will be, but it’s an opportunity to take stock of the wealth of great songs already heard this year. Most of the songs can be heard on my podcast, JeffMix, a mix of the best new-music tracks I dig up each month. And check out the imeem playlist I embedded below to hear all 20 of the songs I think were the best from 2009, part 1. Now on to part 2…

  • “1901” by Phoenix
  • “3 Little Words” by FrankMusik
  • “4 3 2 1” by K-OS
  • “Animal” by Miike Snow
  • “Brother Sport” by Animal Collective
  • “Cosmic Love” by Florence & The Machine
  • “Heads Will Roll” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • “I Love College” by Asher Roth
  • “London Girl” by The Invisible
  • “My Circuitboard City” by The Wombats
  • “Quiet Dog” by Mos Def
  • “Quiet Little Voices” by We Were Promised Jetpacks
  • “Raindrops” by Basement Jaxx
  • “The Reeling” by Passion Pit
  • “Rubber Lover” by Marmaduke Duke
  • “Something Good Can Work” by Two Door Cinema Club
  • “Supernova (Calvin Harris Remix)” by Mr. Hudson ft. Kanye West
  • “Tonight’s Today” by Jack Peñate
  • “Young Adult Friction” by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
  • “Young Hearts Spark Fire” by Japandroids

4 comments:

Kendra said...

While I agree with your list, I think there are a couple others I would have picked as well:

"Nothing to Worry About" by Peter Bjorn and John

“White Blank Page” by Mumford and Sons

JeffreyGeoffrey said...

excellent choices too!

Anonymous said...

"Something Good Can Work" is incredible! Glad to see someone else is finally giving it the recognition it deserves :D

JeffreyGeoffrey said...

Two Door Cinema Club are ones to watch...