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Happy New Year! MFMusic’s Top Albums and Songs of 2013 + REVIVAL

January 2, 2014 9:33 am

So we’re little late, but here are Move Forward Music’s top albums and favorite songs of the year. But first, MFMusic sends a sincere THANK YOU to everybody who supported us and attended some of our carefully curated events in 2013… it’s because of you a small boutique company like Move Forward Music celebrated our 5th Anniversary this year of managing indie bands, booking national tours and promoting concerts. THANK YOU!!!

Now for top 10 Albums of 2013:

1. Chance the Rapper – Acid Rap.

2. Deerhunter – Monomania

3. Heliotropes – A Constant Sea

4. Toro y Moi – Anything in Return

5. A$AP Ferg – Trap Lord

6. Denitia and Sene – his and hers.

7. Earl Sweatshirt – Doris

8. Speedy Ortiz – Major Arcana

9. Quadron – Avalanche

10. Troy Ave – New York City

I really f*cked with Yeezus & Beyonce heavy, but I didn’t put those on here because…what’s the use?

Click HERE for the top 100 songs of the year (on Spotify). hope you enjoy listening…

Check out the below for more info on the return of our REVIVAL party on January 11th, with special guest PETER ROSENBERG. Mark your calendars now… we’ll be coming off a one-month weather induced hiatus and ready to celebrate the new ye. And have a safe and Happy New Years! See you in 2014. It’s gonna be a big one.

ElD

JANUARY 11TH 2014
REVIVAL with RICH MEDINA, PQ, & guest PETER ROSENBERG @ Freecandy
RSVP HERE

After having to postpone December’s holiday Revival due to weather, we’re excited to announce that we are rescheduling, and bringing in Hot 97’s own Peter Rosenberg on January 11th, who will be spinning an ALL VINYL set alongside our esteemed residents, the two tallest DJs in the game, Rich Medina and PQ.

Revival takes place every second Saturday at FREECANDY, an old car wash that’s been converted into a hidden-gem of an art gallery and event space. With resident DJs RICH MEDINA and PQ at the helm, and breathtaking pop art adorning all the walls, courtesy of the venue’s in-house artist, Malcolm A Davis II, Revival attracts an ecclectic crowd with a penchant for dance moves. Each month features a different special guest DJ set, adding a slightly different music flavor to the mix. The guest DJs, who have included such venerable names as Tony Touch, Cosmo Baker, Stretch Armstrong, DJ Soul, Sake 1, and more, are given the reigns to take the crowd on the musical journey of their choice, with only one guiding principal: people should be dancing.