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grisl names Zechs marquise “Getting paid” #1 album of 2011

Here at Grisl we wanted to provide our own version of year end list for your/our enjoyment. They are not all cut from the same mold. Some are music based, some travel based and some whatever was on the writer’s mind. 2011 was an amazing year on multiple levels. So, explore some of the music you may have missed, read some of the cool stories, reminisce on some amazing shows, get pissed you missed some amazing shows and enjoy the lists below. Most of all, lets hope 2012 exceeds 2011! That would make for an exciting year to come.


10. Red Fang – Murder The Mountains [Relapse]
9. Portugal. The Man – In The Mountain In The Cloud [Atlantic] 
8. Modeselektor – Monkeytown [Monkeytown] 
7. And So I Watch You From Afar – Gangs [Sargent House]
6. Low – C’mon [Sub Pop] 
5. Amon Tobin – ISAM [Ninja Tune] 
4. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Mirror Traffic [Matador] 
3. Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX – We’re New Here [XL] 
2. Wagon Christ – Toomorrow [Ninja Tune] 

…and the #1 album of the year is….


Zechs Marquise – Getting Paid [Rodriguez Lopez Productions] *BUY*

Zechs Marquise make Remezcla’s top 25 Tracks of 2011

Our original Best Songs of 2011 list was over twice as long and we wish to include them all, but twenty-five is the number, folks, and not all are suited for the Best of 2011 title. These below were the ones that were set on repeat in our heads, we bonded to, we celebrated and got piss drunk, made us laugh, made us cry and made us fall in love.


# 25 “Everlasting Beacon of Light”
by Zechs Marquise
Album: Getting Paid
[USA/Puerto Rico]

If I was from the past and somehow through time travel, woke up in 2011, the epic 7 and 1/2 minute long “Everlasting Beacon of Light” would blow my mind…Oh wait, I am from this time and it STILL blows an everlasting beacon of light into my skull. Probably the most artistic, prog rock-y song on this list, and still probably the best song to get a lapdance to. If this doesn’t make you want to get naked I don’t know what will. Words can’t even describe how brilliant this song is. Listen for yourself. -Stephen Christopher

Full list (which also includes label mates Le Butcherettes!) can be seen here.