Saturday, December 28, 2013

The Sounds That Shaped My Year: My Favorite Albums of 2013

In no particular order...

The National | Trouble Will Find Me | 4AD Records

                     Kurt Vile | Wakin' on a Pretty Daze | Matador

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds | Push the Sky Away | Bad Seeds Ltd.

Cass McCombs | Big Wheel and Others | Domino 

Julia Holter | Loud City Song | Domino 

Mutual Benefit | Love's Crushing Diamond | Other Music

 Yo La Tengo | Fade | Matador

Bill Callahan | Dream River | Drag City

Sam Amidon | Bright Sunny South | Nonesuch Records

Foxygen | We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic | Jagjaguwar

Darkside | Psychic | Matador / Other People

Julian Lynch | Lines |  Underwater Peoples

Mikal Cronin | MCII | Merge 

Steve Gunn | Time Off | Paradise of Bachelors

1 comment:

sathyam shonkho said...

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