Ouroboros got nothing on the returning Christmas syndrome.
MxPx returns with ANOTHER song about ANOTHER Christmas. “Another Song about Christmas” is lite punk that seems to celebrate more than urinate on. I could box step to it.
Reindeer Tribe garage pop about displacement in “Everyone Together.” It goes on and on, even during another holiday. Fun party music for the downer in us.
Merrill Leffmann divas out quiet piano bar style with “Every Year.” It’s a heartbreaking loss when THIS year isn’t like those others.
Andrew Collins (feat. Monique) performs the childhood fantasy of “Another Christmas Time.” This lyrical show tune gets to the heart of what another really means. Though, it is lame.
What gets us out of this time loop is the reminder of a later time… a New Year. Then we can forget the next Christmas, until the bills come due. “Another New Year’s Eve” is a power ballad from Michael Stanley that sucks the joy out of the season. Is melancholy on your list of resolutions? [You want happy? Try The Treebees‘ own song by that title.][A final boot-kickin’ country anthem by that title hails from Reckless Kelly.]
Release the rock! “There may Never be Another Christmas” twists a political agenda into a Santa wishlist. And if justice and fairness aren’t presented–Oi! Oi!–there may never be another Christmas. Quid pro quo.
“Another White Christmas” is a sendup of white people. Tim Cavanaugh tickles the lounge ivories to fight racism. I guess.
“Another White Christmas” is Brent Burns singing about sand at the beach. I’ll need some help with the humor here, guys. Swing pop.
“We’ll Never Have Another White Christmas” is The Pepper Tree Market’s lament that that Bing song is the pinnacle and will never be topped as THE song of the season. Clever doo wop. Highly recommended.
Eux Autres prop me up with their lively pop music “Another Christmas at Home.” Friends, drinking, playing, lights twinkling. What more could you ask for? Listen, this song’ll have it.
Can’t stop the music! Can’t stop the Xmas spirit from coming back on me, like nachos!
Drawling country pop from Anna Bergendahl reaches for the spurs in “Just Another Christmas.” She’s just watching from the sidelines. But she’s got an eye on you, ya ol’ cayuse.
Synth harmony pop like you hear during the parties of twenty-somethings in the back of CW adventure shows, Make Like Monkeys romanticize “Another Holiday” with room for more mood. My eyes are rolling… up in ecstasy.
Luke Ryder has an annoyingly synthed pop party number in “Just Another Christmas.” The electro-timpani overshadows any sense it might’ve made. Dance!!!
Rockabilly to the rescue–Lew Lewis struts the blues into a watchable routine with “Just Another Day to Me.” Go, candy canes, go!
“Another Holiday” has got the harsh vocals, loud brass, and slick pop noodling of the ’80s. Why not, it was The Other Ones’ hit from ’87. Forceful.
A handful of scorn, but on the other hand a delightful pop croon: “Another Drunken Santa Claus Christmas” calls out the worst of us to the best of them. Amusingly quiet. Sleeping Dogs Lie nail it.
Allusion alert! Stupendium includes all the cool scary villains from —i’m i don’t know, ask a Millennial–in “Another Horror Holiday.” This campy lounge showstopper might be your next cultural party quiz. Name that baddie!
“Here’s Another Crappy Christmas Song” is Steve Heller’s resignation. Bouncy pop (with some odd Roger Miller [purporting to be Elvis] scat) about the pointlessness is Brit to a fault. But i may have smirked slightly.
The cast of ‘Not Another Christmas Letter, The Musical’ rehearse “Another Lousy Christmas” for your patience straining. Show tune barking.
Bored white rappers BLUE ALERT!! cobble together an obscenity-laden rage-fueled finger-pointer with “Another Stupid Christmas.” It’s offensive, and sung mediocrely. Day Seven x Genre Treason (ft. Dr. Mer) deserve the credit.