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The Head and The Heart Daily Dec. 29, 2011

by Daniel on December 29, 2011

It’s Thursday! After Thursday comes Friday, Then Saturday.

Here is your The Head and The Heart daily roundup for Dec. 29, 2011

HT Staff’s 25 Best Albums Of 2011: #10 – #6 – Hidden Track (
Coming in at #9 it’s THATH
“If you didn’t know about The Head & The Heart when they dropped their self-titled debut back in April, the folk-pop act sure tried their hardest to make sure that you had by year’s end – thanks in part to a truly fantastic and infectious debut album and some relentless touring.”

Immaculate Noise’s Top 25 Albums of the Year – Immaculate Noise
THATH come in at #22 on this list.
“Check out the excellent first-time efforts from Washed Out, Shabazz Palaces, the Head and the Heart”

Year’s best concerts range from legends to new artists –
On The Head and The Heart’s show at The Waiting Room Lounge Oct. 9, 2011:
“When this big group gets onstage, something special happens. Its campfire dance songs (and slow, folky dirges) will make you want to laugh, dance, cry and smile all in one night. This was an incredible show,……”

Top 10 Albums of 2011 –
“If you want the experience of friends sitting around a campfire while playing music, singing and dancing, put this album on now…..”

Band of The Day – The Head and The Heart –
From the site – To listen to full songs, read the in-depth review and much more, please download the Band Of The Day APP from the appStore


These are a few of our favorite things: best festival photos and moments of 2011 {pt. I} –
“nights like The Head and the Heart blowing the roof off of Porterhouse in West Seattle,”

Recent Obsessions: Tintin chase, Studio M, ‘Art’ by Chad Harbach and ‘Dragon Tattoo’ soundtrack
– (77 Square)
“After a long hiatus, WMMM/FM 105.5 has released the latest installment in their “Live from Studio M” series of in-studio performances. Highlights include a rousing “Moneygrabber” from retro-soul crooners Fitz & The Tantrums, a lovely “Lost in My Mind” by The Head & The Heart,”

Rhapsody’s Indie Winter Wonderland playlist – SONOS BLOG

“These Are The Places I Will Always Go”: What We Listened To In 2011 – Pajiba

Stream Midcoast Station’s ‘Best Music of 2011′ on Spotify –
#11 Lost in my mind

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