Indiecast: Looking Back To 2011 With The War On Drugs, And More – UPROXX

Posted: April 4, 2021 at 5:27 pm

In last weeks episode of Indiecast, Steven Hyden and Ian Cohen reflected on the year-end lists they made in 2011. They spent time discussing albums like Real Estates Days and M83s Hurry Up, Were Dreaming, albums that were very highly regarded at the time.

This week, they are using the benefit of hindsight to revise those lists and name the albums that might have flown under the critical radar in 2011, but we can acknowledge today to have been very influential. For Hyden, these are albums like The War On Drugs Slave Ambient and Wye Oaks Civilian, while Cold Caves Cherish The Light Years and Drakes Take Care still reign supreme in Cohens mind.

In this weeks Recommendation Corner, Hyden is plugging Course In Fable, the new album from Ryley Walker thats out today. Cohen, on the other hand, is digging through some obscure recent uploads on Bandcamp to showcase some new names like Get Well, Kid and Twinkle Park.

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