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Top 50 Songs of November 2012

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At Diffuser.fm, new music is our passion, if not our obsession, and we’re thrilled to unveil our Top 50 Songs of November 2012 list. Our picks are based on the most-played tunes on Diffuser.fm Radio, the online station we launched in September, and this month’s inventory encompasses much of what we dig. We’ve got everything from the over-the-top stadium-pop of the Killers and Muse to neo-folk (Mumford and Sons), poppy punk (Green Day, the Gaslight Anthem, etc.), minimalist Brit-pop (the xx) and newfangled blues (Gary Clark Jr.).

Rather than rank the tracks by popularity or artistic merit, since that would lead to competitiveness and possible artist-vs.-artist fistfights, we’ve presented the Top 50 songs of November 2012 in alphabetical order. Are we missing anyone? Drop us a line and tell us who you’d like to hear on the station.

Top 50 Songs of November 2012

AC Newman, ‘Encyclopedia of Classic Takedowns’
Alabama Shakes, ‘I Ain’t the Same’
Alt-J, ‘Fitzpleasure’
Atoms for Peace, ‘Default’
Bad Books, ‘Forest Whitaker’
Bat for Lashes, ‘All Your Gold’
Beast Patrol, ‘Plaster’
Blind Pilot, ‘We Are the Tide’
Bloc Party, ‘Kettling’
Blondfire, ‘Where the Kids Are’
Calexico, ‘Splitter’
Churchill, ‘Change’
Civil Twilight, ‘River’
Depeche Mode, ‘Angel of Love’
Father John Misty, ‘Nancy from Now On’
Frank Turner, ‘If I Ever Stray’
Frightened Rabbit, ‘State Hospital’
fun., ‘Carry On’
Gary Clark Jr., ‘Ain’t Messin’ Around’
The Gaslight Anthem, ‘Here Comes My Man’
Green Day, ‘Stray Heart’
Grizzly Bear, ‘Yet Again’
Grouplove, ‘Itchin’ on a Photograph’
The Heavy, ‘What Makes a Good Man’
How to Destroy Angels, ‘Keep It Together’
Imagine Dragons, ‘Radioactive’
Jack White, ‘Freedom at 21’
Japandroids, ‘The Nights of Wine and Roses’
The Joy Formidable, ‘This Ladder Is Ours’
Keane,‘Sovereign Light Cafe’
The Killers, ‘Miss Atomic Bomb’
The Lumineers, ‘Stubborn Love’
Metric, ‘Breathing Underwater’
Milo Greene, ’1957′
Mumford and Sons, ‘Lover of the Light’
Muse, ‘Panic Station’
Of Monsters and Men, ‘Mountain Sound’
Passion Pit, ‘Constant Conversations’
Paul Banks, ‘The Base’
Pinback, ‘Proceed to Memory’
Placebo, ‘B3′
Shiny Toy Guns, ‘Fading Listening’
The Shins, ‘The Rifle’s Spiral’
Silversun Pickups, ‘The Pit’
Snow Patrol, ‘In the End’
Tegan and Sara, ‘Closer’
Titus Andronicus, ‘In a Big City’
Two Door Cinema Club, ‘Sun’
Two Gallants, ‘My Love Won’t Wait’
Walk the Moon, ‘Tightrope’
The xx, ‘Chained’

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