232 Festive Fifty 2012 (part 1)

Happy New Year Contrast Nation! It’s been quiet around these parts of late, but you can now be sure that for at least a few weeks you are going to be able to enjoy a little of that good old contrast joy in the form of our Festive Fifty from 2012. It’s the podcast where you find out what we voted to be our best tuneage of the last twelve months. Get listening!!

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50 The xx – Angels

Tim from Contrast Podcast

49 The Mynabirds – Generals

Rick from Are You Embarrassed Easily?

48 Anais Mitchell – Young Man in America

Victoria from Muruch

47 The Antlers – Drift Dive


46 White Rabbits – Heavy Metal


45 Jason Lytle – Dept. of Disappearance

John Nisbet

44 Daughter – Candles


43 Dexy’s – Nowhere is Home

Dirk from Sexyloser

42 Meursault – Settling

Tricia from I Sing In the Kitchen

41 The Twilight Sad – Another Bed

Pierce Seigne from I Sing In the Kitchen

40 Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe

Thomas from Better in the Dark

39 The Wedding Present – Deer Caught in the Headlights

John Q.

38 Frank Ocean – Thinkin Bout You

Armando Torres

37 The Harmed Brothers – A Letter to Lisa

Tim from Contrast Podcast

36 Alabama Shakes – Be Mine

James from Appetite For Distraction

35 The Vespers – Better Now

Brendan from Muruch

Much thanks is due to James from Appetite For Distraction for putting this episode and the next couple which will follow it together. Thank you James! Please come back soon friends to hear what happens next.

P.S. The pretty pattern is from here.

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Yay!!!!!! Happy Festive Fifty everyone! 🙂

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So excited to see this up! Tim, I love the comments from YouTube, I laughed so much! I can’t wait to hear the final countdown, hurray!

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