Best Richmond Albums of 2012

Every year, the Richmond music scene has so many incredible albums come out, it’s such a hard time narrowing it down to a select few. Here are the best albums Richmond musicians had to offer for 2012. Enjoy.

DEAD FAME – FRONTIERS

HERRO SUGAR – SMOKING GENERAL KILLS STURGEON

ROAD KILL ROY – THE WORLD PASSES BY

SNOWY OWLS – WITHIN YR REACH

T-DIVISION – SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS

BLACK GIRLS – HELL DRAGON

WHITE LACES – MOVES

ANOUSHEH – THE TROUBLE I FIND

BRYCE MCCORMICK – LET IT GO

WOLF//GOAT – IN WATERMELON SUGAR

NELLY KATE – ISH ISH

HORSEHEAD – SYMPATHETIC VIBRATIONS

THE TRILLIONS – TRITONES

ANDREW LEAHEY AND THE HOMESTEAD
Technically, he’s not in Richmond anymore but he grew up here, plays around RVA often, most of the band is from here and it’s a really good album.

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3 thoughts on “Best Richmond Albums of 2012

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  3. I know you dont like him or his music, but I think you should have included Meade Skelton’s “Meade Music” as one of the best Richmond albums of 2012. It was very entertaining and well done, and it is one of the quintessentially Richmond albums of 2012.

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