Happy New Year! Once again, as always, there were a ton of great songs released last year. Narrowing it down to the 21 best is a bit ridiculous, but it’s a digestible chunk of music to summarize the year. My absolute favorite song of the year was also the most surprising: the Oak Ridge Boys’ … Continue reading GLONO’s 21 Best Songs of 2018
Happy New Year! End of year lists are fun. This is better than that. No it’s not. Etc. We shared almost 200 songs in 2017. Most of those are really good or else we wouldn’t have posted them, right? But these are the 21 that we keep going back to and can’t get enough of. … Continue reading The 21 Best Songs of 2017
The best Macca songs since his 1971 classic, Ram.
They’re all still available (as of today), so download them now and enjoy.
Do you think you might want the Archives, but you don’t feel like re-purchasing music you’ve already bought (multiple times)? Glorious Noise helps you cherry-pick what you actually need.
Amazon has a bunch of label samplers that you can download for free.
South by Southwest does a great job of letting attendees (and everybody else) do some homework before the shows and preview tracks by showcased bands. Here are a bunch of our faves. • The Asteroid #4 – “These Flowers of Ours” (web, sxsw) • Black Lips – “O Katrina!” (web, sxsw) • The Dollyrots – … Continue reading 21 Best SXSW 2009 MP3s
We love Wilco but miss the days when they were fun and loose and crazy. We especially miss Jay Bennett and his contribution to what was arguably the best band in America at the time. Here are 21 reasons why Wilco should bring him back.
Twenty-one songs that we linked to in 2008. They’re all still available (as of today), so download them now and make yourself a mix as a way to remember what you were listening to last year.
The entire Beatles catalog can be overwhelming to new converts, so Glorious Noise has compiled an accessible collection of the best album tracks and a couple of b-sides to get you started.