South Florida's Best Local Album of 2011: Tell Us!

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It has been quite a 12 months of pop, hip-hop, noise, blues, punk, scuzz, electronica, dubstep, moombahton, and a whole lot of other genre descriptors that bring up that wavy red line under them here in South Florida. The Buzz may be dead, but many of the best local artists weren't getting exposure there anyhow.

Plenty of albums have made an impression on us over that time, and just like we did last year, County Grind is compiling an unscientific list of the best ones. Using feedback from our writers and our readers, we'll unveil our picks later this month. So, this is the easy part: Leave us your favorite South Florida album(s) in the comments section.

Artists: Feel free to link to your best songs. This is not a popularity contest, but we're obviously going to be better swayed with the most information possible. If we slept on your album all year long, what better time to speak up than now?

Fans: Same deal applies. There have to be some under-the-radar gems that you've said "Why haven't those knuckleheads covered this album this year?"

In any case, we're going to start solidifying the list over the next week or so. So don't wait.

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