The Music Trends We’re Thankful For

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In 2012, Thanksgiving is more necessary than ever. With respect to the historical significance of the holiday, it’s become a lot more than a celebration of tradition. It’s a day when we’re offered the chance to step back, look at the big picture, and appreciate the value of so many of the things we take for granted on a day to day basis. Considering how quickly things move now, this is a much-needed opportunity to take a time-out.

We’ve got 364 other days to complain about all the annoying shit in life, so today we give thanks. Of course friends, family, and health come first, but we decided to be extra thankful this year and take a look at some trends in music that have us feeling appreciative this year.

Here are the 2012 music trends we’re thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  • Rick Rasta

    I wouldn’t say that Bad Religion is even the most accessible song on Channel Orange. It takes Frank’s music even further from the standard R&B center than songs like Lost or Thinking About You.

  • patches ohoulihan

    What albums would you consider to be truly great coherent albums from this year other than good kid m.a.d.d. city? I’ve personally heard plenty of stuff that’s decent, but Kendrick is the only “instant classic” level stuff I’ve heard in 2012.

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