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Best EPs of 2016

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Pop That Goes Crunch!

a0299150950_16We kick off our year-end “best of” lists with a discussion of the finest EPs we’ve heard over the past year.

The nature of an “EP” is subject to interpretation these days. However, for our present purposes, if it has between three and eight songs, its an EP. We will be discussing the finest LPs of the year in the coming days, and will conclude the year-end festivities by a look at distinguished works that do not quite fit either category — non-LP singles, multi-artist compilations, tributes, and the like. Call that one “odds and ends.”

Enough chit chat. Let’s get down to business.

10. Baby ScreamLife’s A Trap: Juan Pablo Mazzola continues to revel humorously, and brilliantly, in the bitterly sardonic on this eight-track tale of regret, boredom, disappointment, disgust and (occasional) happiness. Life’s A Trap is somewhat laid back in comparison to Mazzola’s prior efforts…

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Song Of The Year (not his year, I think last year, not sure about it)

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“Let’s get it started” by Bill Mountain. Everybody seems to love this band, I’m one of them you betcha!!


Ricky Nelson-

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Rock and roll yeah


Ricky Nelson


This Island Surf Ep. 4 (April 17, 2014)

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It’s here!!!

“Clint Eastwood Gets Wiped Out”is included for this very special occasion.Image


60’s Garage Rock

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One of the most exciting and grossly overlooked moments in rock and roll history was the 60’s garage rock wave from 1964-1967. It is amazing how much awesome music came out of the countless neighborhoods all over the world at that time. Image