Network News

X My Profile
View More Activity
Post Rock Archive  |  About the Bloggers  |  E-mail: Click Track  |  On Twitter: Click Track  |  RSS Feeds RSS

Lists: 10 best indie 7"s of 2010 so far

bleeker fairohsAlex Bleeker, left, and Fair Ohs have been two of 2010's 7" highlights to date.

By David Malitz

As we've reached the midway point of 2010, tomorrow in our weekly Taking sides column we'll each share our five favorite albums of the year to date. But many of my musical faves so far can't be found on LPs. So below are my 10 favorite 7"s of the year, with an MP3 from each. (Links to order the wax versions are included as well.) They are all various degrees of fuzzy, jangly, jagged and catchy. Enjoy.

Alex Bleeker- "These Days"

"Getting By" - Alex Bleeker

Big Troubles

"Wouldn't Mind" - Big Troubles

Comet Gain - "I Never Happened"

"I Never Happened" - Comet Gain

Fair Ohs/Spectrals - Split 7"

"Hey Lizzy" - Fair Ohs

Fungi Girls - "Turquoise Hotel"

"Turquoise Hotel" - Fungi Girls

Gauntlet Hair

"Our Scenery" - Gauntlet Hair

Golden Triangle/Fresh & Onlys - Split 7"

"Cold Bones" - Golden Triangle

Mind Spiders

"Worlds Destroyed" - Mind Spiders

Spider Bags

"Dog in the Snow" - Spider Bags

Weekend/Young Prisms - Split 7"

"I Don't Get Much" - Young Prisms

By David Malitz  |  June 30, 2010; 1:25 PM ET
Categories:  Lists  | Tags: Alex Bleeker, Big Troubles, Comet Gain, Fair Ohs, Fungi Girls, Gauntlet Hair, Golden Triangle, Mind Spiders, Spider Bags, Young Prisms  
Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati   Google Buzz   Previous: Matador announced 21st b-day celebration; Pitchfork launches spin-off blog; Sen. Robert Byrd's album to be reissued
Next: Polls: Do you believe in The Great Lauryn Hill Comeback of 2010?


"World's Destroyed" is outstanding. Mind Spiders is the best thing to come out of Fort worth in...ever?

Malitz won't say it but "Here Comes Trouble" by The Cheniers deserves a mention if you're talking about the top 7" of 2010.

Posted by: DanCorbin | June 30, 2010 6:01 PM | Report abuse

The comments to this entry are closed.

RSS Feed
Subscribe to The Post

© 2010 The Washington Post Company