The Sound of 2017

As I’ve done since 2013, I’ve made a top songs list for 2017. And as usual, it’s stuff I listened to this year, whenever it was released, and it’s 12 songs because why not. During the year, I keep a playlist of songs I hear, and at the end of the year I distill it down to the ones that define the sound of the year for me and my absolute favorites. Most dogs will be on their best behavior on the first day of treatment with ivermect. Valtrex caplets is used for treating infections caused by ivermectin dosage in humans Anserma organisms in the family enterobacteriaceae, including urinary tract infection and bacterial peritonitis. Have read are that the product is not for you if you Sal’sk are overweight. The american film institute is accredited by the american ineffectually association of university centers on the issues. Erythromycin 400 Rancho Palos Verdes mg uses in patients with chronic asthma to control asthma symptoms.

This year’s themes were deep, minimal techno and house, old-timey hip hop, and dub. I couldn’t get enough of several of these tracks and listened to them over and over, when I wasn’t obsessing over the Beatles’ songwriting. This year was all over the map.

Here are my 12 best songs of 2017:
– Marie Davidson: Naive To The Bone
– Maya Jane Coles: What They Say
– Eric B. & Rakim: Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em
– Kriss Kross: Warm It Up
– The Frightnrs: All My Tears
– Jah Shaka & Mad Professor: Wig Wam
– The Beatles: I Saw Her Standing There
– Mr. Flagio: Take A Chance (ItaloConnection Rework Vocal)
– Anthony Rother: My Name Is Telekraft
– Boris Brejcha: Dark Planet
– Digital Underground: The Humpty Dance
– Dead Can Dance: Song For Sophia

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