Best of 2011

Here it is, our long awaited end of year feature! Just like the last year, and the year before that, I couldn’t possibly rank my favorite bass-heavy dubstep alongside ambient, modern classical and IDM. So once again, I’m sticking with my own made-up categories. If you find that you like the albums from a particular list, you will surely enjoy the others!

Best Compilations and Mixes
part one | part two | honorable mentions

Favorite Interviews
part one | part two

Best New Labels

Best EPs and Singles
part one | part two

Favorite Podcasts
part one | part two

Honorable Mentions

Music For The Film Behind Closed Eyelids
Music For Bending Light And Stopping Time
Music For Awakened Spirits And Open Minds
Music For Crawling Through Abandoned Cities
Music For Withered Leaves And Lonely Fishtanks
Music For Kicking Your Brain Back Into The Groove
Music For Walking And Not Crying In The Autumn Rain
Music For The Frosty Night When I Miss Your Warm Light
Music For Watching The Snow Slowly Fall In The Moonlight
Music For Sonic Installations In The Cavern Of Your Skull
Music For Missed Friends, Barbecues And Turntables
Music For Vibrating Your Neighbors’ Dusty China
Music For Synergizing The Synapse Of Ideas
Music For Grinding Your Teeth At Night
Our selections from past years…

Headphone Commute’s Best of 2010
Headphone Commute’s Best of 2009
Headphone Commute’s Best of 2008
Headphone Commute’s Best of 2007

4 thoughts on “Best of 2011

  1. I hope you go on to open our ears this new year too. Last one I’ve discovered here some of the most amazing music. Muchas gracias!!

  2. Thank you so much, I was nearly worried that you weren’t going to do it this year. Learned a lot of cool new albums last from last years charts (not really that much into new releases myself).

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