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Top 10 Disclosure Songs

Howard and Guy Lawrence are a pair of Surrey born brothers with a keen ear for the funk in music. They formed Disclosure in 2010 and gained widespread acclaim in the summer of 2013 with their stunning, refreshing debut album Settle. Since then they have worked with names such as Lorde, The Weeknd and most recently Khalid to build their stock; and are expected to release their third album this summer. These are the ten best Disclosure songs to date, according to us at Viberant:
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TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2014

2014 was a year for the experimentals, the weirder the better seemed to be the ethos of the year and as a result we were treated to some truly incredible albums from some marvellous emerging artists. From loud hip-hop concepts with twitchy production to solo artists grabbing the bull by the horns and commanding attention; here are the ten best albums of 2014. Continue reading “TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2014”

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TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2008

In 2008 I was a care free 11 year old just starting to find his own musical niche, back then my influences came in the form of my parents who were big on the indie rock scene of the time (as was the case for most back then). Being able to reflect back now demonstrates just how great a year 2008 was for innovative, groundbreaking music; so these are my top ten albums of a star-studded year.
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Top 20 Bring Me The Horizon Songs

Bring Me The Horizon’s rise to stardom has been a tricky one, with no other rock band in music’s forefront right now having a path quite like theirs. The Sheffield outfit have a history of metalcore and extremely aggressive music, but have since experimented more and with growing popularity have gone down more of a softer sounding rock. They’re now six albums deep into their varied discography, but what are their best songs? Continue reading “Top 20 Bring Me The Horizon Songs”

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Top 15 Tame Impala Songs

..It’s been an incredible rise for Kevin Parker, the brains behind Australian psychedelic rock outfit Tame Impala. Since emerging from the underground in 2009 he has faced criticism for being a Sgt. Peppers era Beatles rip off, before transforming into one of the most relevant and progressive musical minds of his generation. His crowning moment will come this year when he twins the release of Tame Impala’s fourth album with a Coachella headline slot; but what are his best songs so far? Continue reading “Top 15 Tame Impala Songs”