The Best of 2012, Part 3, The Playlist

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Ho-ly smokes, what a year for music. This will forever be the year that the definition of “indie” finally melted, R&B shook back to a life of artistic relevance, issues of sexuality became a part of the discussion in a new way, and several young artists made brilliant, statement-of-purpose records. I’ve compiled my 64 favorite tracks (up a bit from last year’s 36, but hey, there were a LOT of good songs this year). Check it out below.

And don’t forget to check out hMsM’s best albums and best tracks of 2012.

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For a more easily scrollable/readable version of the list, click here.

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