Top 30: 3/7/11

Toro y Moi
Toro y Moi's Chazwick Bundick

Top 30 is  a weekly section of the blog where we show the 30 most played artists and albums on WOBC. Each entry links to the artist’s MySpace (or other free music player) so you can check out some of this music for yourself!

1. Toro Y Moi – Underneath The Pine
2. PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
3. Slayer – World Painted Blood
4. Brian Eno – Small Craft on a Milk Sea
5. Crystal Castles – Crystal Castles II
6. Generationals – Trust EP
7. Rosetta – A Determinism of Morality
8. James Blake – James Blake
9. Faust – Something Dirty
10. Oneotrix Point Never – Returnal
11. Radiohead – The King of Limbs
12. Baths – The Nothing Nightly/Daily EP
13. Das Racist- Sit Down, Man
14. Blu & Exile – Seasons
15. Gil Scott Heron & Jaime xx – We’re New Here
16. Sam Amidon – I See The Sign
17. Tim Hecker – Ravedeath, 1972
18. Colleen Green – Green One
19. Sims – Bad Time Zoo I’m always glad to see Doomtree artists on our charts. I grew up just outside Minneapolis — Doomtree’s stomping grounds — so I’ve got a soft spot for them as I do for most Twin Cities music that we get around here. I’ve been passively keeping tabs on a lot of the label’s artists for a while, and I have yet to find a bad Doomtree record. Check out the link above if you want to get deeper into some solid Midwestern Hip-Hop.
20. Parting Gifts – Strychnine Dandelions
21. Jad Fair – Beautiful Music: The Best of Jad Fair
22. DVAS – Society
23. Dum Dum Girls – He Gets Me High EP
24. Deerhoof – Deerhoof vs. Evil
25. Cloud Nothings – Cloud Nothings
26. Julianna Barwick – The Magic Place
27. Asobi Seksu – Fluorescence
28. Papercuts – Fading Parade
29. Hype Williams – One Nation
30. Lykke Li – Wounded Rhymes