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  1. Albums: 1. Majical Cloudz - Are You Alone? 2. Destroyer - Poison Season 3. Nigel & The Dropout - Folderal 4. U.S. Girls - Half Free 5. Dan Mangan + Blacksmith - Club Meds 6. Julia Holter - Have You in My Wilderness 7. Ghost Culture - Ghost Culture 8. Zun Zun Egui - Shackles' Gift 9. The Dears - Times Infinity, Volume One 10. The Acorn - Vieux Loup 11. Young Galaxy - Falsework 12. Follakzoid - III 13. JR JR - JR JR 14. Frog Eyes - Pickpocket's Locket 15. George Morris - We Will Go to Hell for This 16. Braids - Deep in the Iris 17. Lord Huron - Strange Trails 18. Yukon Blon
  2. I didn't expect to hear anything else this year that would be substantial enough to hit my year-end list, let alone top it. Needless to say, this is the best thing I've heard all year and I just cannot stop freaking out about it. Tasteful lyrics, pristine production, Jax Anderson's otherworldly voice, smooth rhythm... everything is perfect. [video=youtube;ecSftfmre9k] I still need to listen to Jamie Woon and Majical Cloudz's new albums, but I don't think they're bowl me over quite like this one.
  3. Nigel & The Dropout - Folderal A favorite local band of mine from the Metro Detroit area. Found out about them earlier this year when I saw them open for July Talk. They put on a spectacular show.
  4. [video=youtube;3dAWPsrraBk] This is without a doubt my favorite song of the year. I've always been a fan of Dan Mangan, but he really pushed the envelope with his most recent album. I went on a roadtrip to see him perform with his band in London, Ontario, and it was one of the best shows I've ever seen. He's such a charismatic man and he probably played about four extra songs of strictly fan requests. But Vessel makes me feel completely elated whenever I hear it.
  5. It's been ages since I've posted on here. I was listening to X&Y on loop the other day and suddenly remembered that I had an account on here. I posted mostly during the Mylo Xyloto rollout, and when I think about it, I was probably more pumped for that album release than any other album I've ever waited for. It was just a really fun time with the graffiti theme, the live videos that were popping up, the tracklist speculation... Good times.
  6. I will say what I will about the quality of this album, but the artwork isn't at all disappointing. :) I do wonder if they'll include any extra tracks with this single's release.
  7. I still think that it's unbelievable how well Paradise is doing, I still prefer to think that Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall is the feature single instead. I prefer a cheesy lyrics and a sampled melody to blatant mediocrity, it's just that cheese that brought me to this band in the first place. :) Although if I DID have my druthers, Charlie Brown would be the successful one but that obviously won't be the case...
  8. This. But Take Care has some of the best production I've heard on any rap album. I love Drake.
  9. I don't mean to come off as an ass, but in every single possible scenario, A Rush Of Blood To The Head is better than Mylo Xyloto.
  10. Hip-hop is great when it's done well, fuck the ignorant haters that throw out all hip-hop/rap based on a few trash radio songs. And fuck weezy, too.
  11. I'm ungrateful and sick of it already.
  12. Take Care is pretty good, but not as good as I'd hoped. :shrug: The songs with Chilly Gonzo on them are obviously godly. :dazzled: Didn't The Sea And Cake put out an album this year? They're always worth listening to IMO.
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