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Published on December 29th, 2018 | by Nerhys


AJoMT Nerhys’ Best New Music of 2018

One of my favourite times of the week is when I open my inbox and go through the submissions for “New Music from the Inbox”. There are so many great artists. 

In no particular order, here is my top 20 best new music of 2018.

Artist: QWAM
Song: “Dirty Feet”

Artist: Tonight Alive
Song: “Disappear” feat. Lynn Gunn

Artist: Cœur de pirate
Song: “Prémonition”

Artist: Bee Bee Sea
Song: “D.I. Why Why Why”

Artist: Naked Giants
Song: “Everybody Thinks They Know (But No One Really Knows)”

Artist: River Whyless
Song: “Van Dyke Brown”

Artist: The Kills
Song: “List of Demands (Reparations)” Saul Williams Cover

Artist: Hillsburn 
Song: “Young Desire”

Artist: Popes of Chillitown
Song: “Prang”

Artist: Lowell
Song: “War Face”

Artist: The Tracys 
Song: “I Hate Dancing”

Artist: The Human Project
Song: “That One Percent”

Artist: Peach Kelli Pop
Song: “Black Magic”

Artist: Harker
Song: “Black Dog”

Artist: The Frights
Song: “Crutch”

Artist: Eat Defeat
Song: “Nothing’s Wrong”

Artist: The Interrupters
Song: “She’s Kerosene”

Artist: Shiragirl
Song: “Get Em Hot”

Artist: Reel Big Fish
Song: “You Can’t Have All of Me”

Artist: Millencolin
Song: “SOS”

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2 Responses to AJoMT Nerhys’ Best New Music of 2018

  1. not important says:

    This should’ve been on someone’s list….

  2. michael harack says:

    I would add Australian Ned Collette’s “Grant’s Farm” as one of 2018s best songs. The ghost of Leonard Cohen hovers over this song.

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