Music — December 2, 2015 18:50 — 1 Comment

Hall of Fame DJ Marco Collins’ Top 14 Local Albums of 2015

Marco Collins changed millions of people’s lives in the 90’s as a DJ for 107.7 The End, making famous bands like Beck and Harvey Danger, and he remains one of the most interesting and important voices in the Seattle music scene today. He’s a friend of the Monarch (which is awesome!) and a thrower of great shows (like this one for MusiCares that we really suggest you get tickets for while they last).

After you get your tickets to the show, check out these 14 bands and their outstanding records released this year!


1. Amos Miller- “SuperSquare”

2. The Fame Riot- “Dust Funk”
3. Hibou- “Hibou”
4. Bryan John Appleby- “The Narrow Valley”
5. The Weather- “Waters Electric”
6. Ponytime- “Rumours 2: The Rumours Are True”
7. Beat Connection- “So Good”
8. Car Seat Headrest- “Teens of Style”
9. Grace Love and The True Loves- “Grace Love and The True Loves”

10. The Flavr Blue- “Love Notes”
11. Chastity Belt- “Time To Go Home”

12. Fauna Shade- “Baton Rouge”
13. Motopony- “Welcome You”
14. Wimps- “Suitcase”


Marco Collins is one of two Seattle DJ's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (along with Pat O'Day)

One Comment

  1. theZim says:

    Seems to me at least one of those albums should have been bumped for “Disconnect” by Ever So Android. Thanks for supporting local music! Need to get you on my podcast! This is what I am all about! Peace – theZim

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