Top 50 Albums of 2011 Part 4 of 5: Rock ‘n’ Roll

The spirit of rock ‘n’ roll has always been infused in humans since the beginning of time. Some have said that rock is dead, and though I have agreed to some degree in the years past I believe there has been a strong showing in the scene this past year. Though the genre of rock ‘n’ roll has faded from the limelight, it has been surging in the underground and taking on new forms. You just have to look in the right places, and you have found one of them here.

The Black Keys – El Camino

The Black Keys – Little Black Submarines by emanuel.amorim

Dum Dum Girls – Only In Dreams

Dum Dum Girls – Coming Down by subpop

Explosions In The Sky – Take Care, Take Care, Take Care

Explosions In The Sky – Last Known Surroundings by may_nothing

Girls – Father, Son, Holy Ghost

Girls – Honey Bunny by artsandcraftsmx

Hypatia Lake – Ouroboros

Suicide will not save you from this darkness that comes for us by hypatialake

Jeff The Brotherhood – We Are The Champions

JEFF The Brotherhood – ‘Diamond Way’ by SpunkRecords

Male Bonding – Endless Now

Male Bonding – Bones by subpop

North Highlands – Wild One

North Highlands – Steady Steady by popgunbooking

Pure X – Pleasure

Twisted Mirror by PURE X

Real Estate – Days

Real Estate – Green Aisles by DominoRecordCo

Shimmering Stars – Violent Hearts

Shimmering Stars “I’m Gonna Try” by PureHoney + TheHoneyComb

Viva Voce – The Future Will Destroy You

Analog Woodland Song by Viva Voce

Waters – Out In the Light

For The One by cityslang

The War On Drugs – Slave Ambient

The War On Drugs – Come To The City by Emo’s Austin

We Were Promised Jetpacks – In The Pit Of The Stomach

We Were Promised Jetpacks – Picture of Health by grand royal

White Denim – D

Drug by WhiteDenim

Yuck – Yuck

Get Away by Yuck

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