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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I'm trying to think back on what my AOTYs were. Pretty sure they were Grizzly Bear, Besnard Lakes, Real Estate, and Swans. The victor for this year will likely be Tim Hecker or Bill Callahan, depending on which record reveals itself more on relistens in the next month and a half.
    For me it was definitely

    2009 - Veckatimest
    2010 - MBDTF
    2011 - Let England Shake
    2012 - The Seer

    And as crazy as it seems, given what an overall lackluster, no blockbuster year it was for albums, I do think Trouble Will Find Me or Modern Vampires could close the year with a much more dominant finish than people anticipate...Trouble in particular is a big time grower that probably hadn't fully connected with reviewers before they went to print...would not be shocked at all to see that take the overall consensus polls by a larger than suspected margin...and Yeezus will most likely have a much stronger showing than many think.

    All three titles are locks, me thinks, for top ten on the aggregate polls (Village Voice, Metacritic, Acclaimed Music), and probably all three top 5. I have no idea after that. Though my three favs on year are definitely National, Nick Cave, and Parquet Courts Light Up Gold.
    The Replacements - Bryan Ferry - Outkast - The Knife - Dum Dum Girls - Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Broken Bells - Haim - Neko Case - Jagwar Ma - Goat - Waxahatchee

    Queens Of The Stone Age - Pet Shop Boys - Chvrches - Mogwai - Warpaint - Washed Out - Future Islands - Ty Seagall - Darkside - Foxygen

    Beck - Neutral Milk Hotel - Superchunk - Arcade Fire - Bombino - Daughter - Surfer Blood

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroir Noir View Post
    I wasn't clear in what I meant. There was plenty of great music in 2013, just like there has been every year over the last decade or so as the old ways of the music business have crumbled and the internet has leveled barriers to entry. There's more good music than any of us could possibly consume or catalog. Additionally, we've all moved out of our own little cultural boxes, and stuff like genre and label seem almost quaint. It's an exciting time to be a music fan.

    But . . . unlike other recent years past, there haven't been many (any?) albums that have brought the larger critical culture to acknowledge their singular excellence this year. Speaking personally, I can't think of a single album that I would throw out there as an instant classic that defined the year's conversation about music. There were "big" albums by important legacy artists, but it's hard to think of one of them that put itself out as the artist's best or most important work. So when I say there won't be a consensus this year, or that I'm disappointed that Modern Vampires will shake itself out as the overall top-rated album, I simply mean that the year lacked for a signature album.
    I completely agree with your assessment of this year's albums. If 5-stars is the Gold Standard, this was a zero 5-star album year. Lot's of 4-1/2s to love and choose from, but zero stone-cold for-the-ages classics, after a multi-year stretch where we've gotten at least one or two a year.
    The Replacements - Bryan Ferry - Outkast - The Knife - Dum Dum Girls - Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Broken Bells - Haim - Neko Case - Jagwar Ma - Goat - Waxahatchee

    Queens Of The Stone Age - Pet Shop Boys - Chvrches - Mogwai - Warpaint - Washed Out - Future Islands - Ty Seagall - Darkside - Foxygen

    Beck - Neutral Milk Hotel - Superchunk - Arcade Fire - Bombino - Daughter - Surfer Blood

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    Decibel's Top 40 Albums of 2013

    1. Carcass - Surgical Steel
    2. In Solitude - Sister
    3. Gorguts - Colored Sands
    4. SubRosa - More Constant Than The Gods
    5. Inquisition - Obscure Verses For The Multiverse
    6. Cult of Luna - Vertikal
    7. Melt Banana - Fetch
    8. Darkthrone - The Underground Resistance
    9. Noisem - Agony Defined
    10. Tribulation - The Formulas of Death
    11. Deafheaven - Sunbather
    12. Toxic Holocaust - Chemistry of Consciousness
    13. Nails - Abandon All Life
    14. Inter Arma - Sky Burial
    15. Autopsy - The Headless Ritual
    16. Secrets of the Sky - To Sail Black Waters
    17. Purson - The Circle and the Blue Door
    18. Lycus - Tempest
    19. Ihsahn - Das Seelenbrechen
    20. The Ruins of Beverast - Blood Vaults: The Blazing Gospel of Heinrich Kramer
    21. Antigama - Meteor
    22. Kylesa - Ultraviolet
    23. Immolation - Kingdom of Conspiracy
    24. Exhumed - Necrocracy
    25. Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats - Mind Control
    26. Oranssi Pazuzu - Valonielu
    27. Ulcerate - Vermis
    28. Anciients - Heart of Oak
    29. Craven Idol - Towards Eschaton
    30. Iron Reagan - Worse Than Dead
    31. Portal - Vexovoid
    32. Coliseum - Sister Faith
    33. Cathedral - The Last Spire
    34. Skeletonwitch - Serpents Unleashed
    35. Noctum - Final Sacrifice
    36. AEvangelist - Omen Ex Simulacra
    37. Watain - The Wild Hunt
    38. Corrections House - Last City Zero
    39. Dark Tranquility - Construct
    40. Batillus - Concrete Sustain
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    Steel for Brains Top 50 Heavy albums (in alphabetic order):

    Abyssal - Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius
    Agrimonia - Rites of Separation
    Alraune - Two Track Demo
    Altar of Plagues - Teethed Glory and Injury
    Anagnorisis - Beyond all Light
    Antediluvian - Λόγος
    Ash Borer - Bloodlands EP
    Autopsy - The Headless Ritual
    Author & Punisher - Women & Children
    Black Boned Angel - The End
    Bone Sickness - Alone in the Grave
    Carcass - Surgical Steel
    Castevet - Obsian
    Cloud Rat - Moksha
    Coliseum - Sister Faith
    Deafheaven - Sunbather
    Eight Bells - The Captain's Daughter
    Ensemble Pearl - S/T
    Gevurah - Necheshirion
    Gorguts - Colored Sand
    Grave Miasma - Odori Sepulcrorum
    Helen Money - Arriving Angels
    Hivelords - Cavern Apothecary
    Inter Arma - Sky Burial
    Inquisition - Obscure Verses for the Multiverse
    KEN Mode - Entrench
    Locrian - Return to Annihilation
    Lumbar - The First and Last Days of Unwelcome
    Lychgate - S/T
    Lycus - Tempest
    Nails - Abandon All Life
    Noisem - Agony Defined
    Oranssi Pazuzu - Valonielu
    Pelican - Forever Becoming
    Portal - Vexovoid
    Power Trip - Manifest Decimation
    Primitive Man - Scorn
    Russian Circles - Memorial
    Sannhet - Known Flood
    Skeletonwitch - Serpents Unleashed
    Slave - S/T
    Smohalla/Omega Centauri - Tellur/Epitome
    Stomach Earth - S/T
    SubRosa - More Constant Than the Gods
    Summoning - Old Mornings Dawn
    The Body - Master, We Perish
    Ulcerate - Vermis
    VOHL - VOHL
    Woe - Withdrawal
    Wolvserpent - Perigaea Antahkarana
    I''ve got a lot of listening to do over the holidays.
    July 29 - Boris
    August 1 - Black Label Society
    August 14 - Nine Inch Nails/Soundgarden/DEP
    August 27 - R÷yksopp & Robyn
    August 30 - Sleep
    August 31 - Sleep
    September 5 - Seth Troxler
    September 14 - Lily Allen
    September 16 - Earth
    September 20 - Skeletonwitch
    September 21 - Nails
    October 3-5 - Austin City Limits
    October 10 - Bonobo
    October 12 - Austin City Limits: Day 3
    October 23 - 26 - Housecore Horror Metal Festival
    November 7-9 - Fun Fun Fun Fest
    November 23 - Caribou

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    I've not heard of Norman Records but that's my kind of list.
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    Yeah, the Norman Records list is good. IIRC they're a distro/record store in the UK.
    Arcade Fire - Sir Richard Bishop, Bill Orcutt - Spoon - Paul McCartney - Steve Gunn - Beserktown Fest - Slint - Sleep - Swans - Owen Pallett - Neutral Milk Hotel - Chris Thile & Edgar Meyer - Bobby Bradford Quartet - Matana Roberts - Wadada Leo Smith, Anthony Braxton - Thurston Moore, Sebadoh - Songs for Unseen Warhol Films - Ben Frost, Tim Hecker, Pete Swanson - Ryoji Ikeda - Slowdive - A Winged Victory for the Sullen - John Zorn Marathon

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanfairchild View Post
    I''ve got a lot of listening to do over the holidays.
    Yup. If you're on spotify, I made a playlist out of the Decibel list. They were only missing two albums: the Cathedral release and one in the late 30s that I can't recall.

    Edit: Here's a link to the playlist. Spotify doesn't have SubRosa either, and that album is essential.
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    http://www.mojo4music.com/9206/mojo-top-50-albums-2013/

    50. Time Is A Mountain - Time Is A Mountain
    49. Tim Hecker - Virgins
    48. The Flaming Lips - The Terror
    47. Julia Holter - Loud City Song
    46. Foxygen - We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic
    45. These New Puritans - Field Of Reeds
    44. Johnny Marr - The Messenger
    43. Haim - Days Are Gone
    42. Paul McCartney - New
    41. Goldfrapp - Tales Of Us
    40. Black Sabbath - 13
    39. Roy Harper - Man & Myth
    38. Kanye West - Yeezus
    37. Cate Le Bon - Mug Museum
    36. Low - The Invisible Way
    35. Midlake - Antiphon
    34. Karen Gwyer - Needs Continuum
    33. Billy Bragg - Tooth & Nail
    32. Glenn Jones - My Garden State
    31. Elvis Costello & The Roots - Wise Up Ghost & Other Songs
    30. Primal Scream - More Light
    29. Jon Hopkins - Immunity
    28. Manic Street Preachers - Rewind The Film
    27. Disclosure - Settle
    26. Villagers - {AwayLand}
    25. James Blake - Overgrown
    24. Eleanor Friedberger - Personal Record
    23. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris
    22. Laura Marling - Once I Was An Eagle
    21. Mavis Staples - One True Vine
    20. Pet Shop Boys - Electric
    19. Laura Mvula - Sing To The Moon
    18. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
    17. Charles Bradley - Victim Of Love
    16. Factory Floor - Factory Floor
    15. Queens Of The Stone Age - . . . Like Clockwork
    14. Holden - The Inheritors
    13. My Bloody Valentine - m b v
    12. Prefab Sprout - Crimson/Red
    11. Phosphorescent - Muchacho
    10. John Murray - The Graceless Age
    9. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away
    8. Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle - Perils From The Sea
    7. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires Of The City
    6. Deerhunter - Monomania
    5. John Grant - Pale Green Ghosts
    4. Arctic Monkeys - AM
    3. David Bowie - The Next Day
    2. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
    1. Bill Callahan - Dream River
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    Yeah, I see that - my comment was more about the predictable/lackluster nature of said list, and I didn't want to quote the whole damn thing again.



    There are a handful of albums on that list which I think are Top 40 material, but yeah for the most part see above. Do you really think DP, JT, VW, and Churches really are Top 10 material?
    I definitely think of JT's record as top 10. That shit is good. I think part 1 is the stronger half, but part 2 has some really great moments as well. Club bangers that are largely absent from he first record. I generally don't like this kind of shit and I dismissed the shit out of it at first but find myself playing it all the time. The stoned after-party production on the first part is practically flawless. Thumbs-up to Timbaland finally getting his groove back.
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    And I think it shows the sorry current state of soul music when Charles Bradley is listed on top 25 lists. Guy's good but nowhere near the caliber of the guys he gets paid to imitate. I do, however, enjoy the production on his records. Did the Dap-Tones produce this one? It has that sound that they always achieve Sharon Jones' records.
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    That Mojo list is weird. It's got some genuinely great stuff, but about half of it is people that are on there just because they have a legacy already and released an album this year, seemingly without any regard to quality or not. I've only listened to that Charles Bradley album once, but it's just a nice soul throwback and not much else. Certainly not top 10 material.

    That Justin Timberlake album is seriously bloated (Pt. 1 anyway, haven't bothered with Pt. 2). I honestly love a couple of tracks but there's no way you can say it couldn't do with some major editing.
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    I definitely think of JT's record as top 10. That shit is good. I think part 1 is the stronger half, but part 2 has some really great moments as well. Club bangers that are largely absent from he first record. I generally don't like this kind of shit and I dismissed the shit out of it at first but find myself playing it all the time. The stoned after-party production on the first part is practically flawless. Thumbs-up to Timbaland finally getting his groove back.
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    I wouldn't even put Kanye in my top 25 this year...

    SPIN's Top 50 Albums of 2013
    50. Drake - Nothing Was the Same
    49. Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork
    48. Body/Head - Coming Apart
    47. Neko Case - The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You
    46. Pusha T - My Name is My Name
    45. Superchunk - I Hate Music
    44. William Tyler - Impossbile Truth
    43. Death Grips - Government Plates
    42. James Holden - The Inheritors
    41. Colin Stetson - New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light
    40. Bill Callahan - Dream River
    39. My Bloody Valentine - m b v
    38. Janelle Monae - The Electric Lady
    37. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
    36. Kelela - Cut 4 Me
    35. Ashley Monroe- Like A Rose
    34. Kvelertak - Meir
    33. Laura Marling - Once I Was an Eagle
    32. Justin Timberlake - The 20/20 Experience
    31. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris
    30. 2 Chainz - B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time
    29. Rudimental - Home
    28. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2
    27. Migos - Young Rich Niggas
    26. Rhye - Woman
    25. Caitlin Rose - The Stand-In
    24. DJ Rashad - I Don't Give a Fuck EP
    23. Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus Seven
    22. Deafheaven - Sunbather
    21. Run the Jewels - Run the Jewels
    20. Waxahatchee - Cerulean Salt
    19. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
    18. Mikal Cronin - MCII
    17. Kacey Musgraves - Same Trailer Different Park
    16. Omar Souleyman - Wenu Wenu
    15. Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks
    14. The Haxan Cloak - Excavation
    13. Tegan and Sara - Heartthrob
    12. Danny Brown - Old
    11. M.I.A. - Matangi
    10. Kurt Vile - Wakin on a Pretty Daze
    9. The Knife - Shaking the Habitual
    8. Ka - The Night's Gambit
    7. Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
    6. Tim Hecker - Virgins
    5. Disclosure - Settle
    4. Haim - Days Are Gone
    3. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires in the City
    2. Chance the Rapper - Acid Rap
    1. Kanye West - Yeezus

    Q Magazine's 50 Albums of 2013
    1. Arctic Monkeys - AM
    2. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City
    3. David Bowie - The Next Day
    4. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
    5. Jon Hopkins - Immunity
    6. Manic Street Preachers - Rewind the Film
    7. Cass McCombs - Big Wheel and Others
    8. Bill Ryder Jones - A Bad Wind Blows in My Heart
    9. John Grant - Pale Green Ghosts
    10. Haim - Days Are Gone
    11. Jagwar Ma - Howlin'
    12. My Bloody Valentine - MBV
    13. Steve Mason - Monkey Minds in the Devil's Time
    14. Queens of the Stone Age - Like Clockwork
    15. Foals - Holy Fire
    16. Laura Mvula - Sing to the Moon
    17. Matthew E White - Big Inner
    18. Laura Marling - Once I Was an Eagle
    19. Factory Floor - S/T
    20. Biffy Clyro - Opposites
    21. Palma Violets - 180
    22. Suede - Bloodsports
    23. Disclosure - Settle
    24. Empire of the Sun - Ice on the Dune
    25. Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
    26. Kanye West - Yeezus
    27. Bill Callahan - Dream River
    28. Franz Ferdinand - Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
    29. Daniel Avery - Drone Logic
    30. Pet Shop Boys - Electric
    31. Janelle Monae - The Electric Lady
    32. Savages - Silence Yourself
    33. Parquet Courts - LIght Up Gold
    34. Prefab Sprout - Crimson Red
    35. Devendra Banhart - Mala
    36. Kurt Vile - Walkin on a Pretty Daze
    37. The National - Trouble Will Find Me
    38. Goldfrapp - Tales of Us
    39. Alunageorge - Body Music
    40. Run the Jewels - S/T
    41. Neon Neon - Praxis Makes Perfect
    42. These New Puritans - Field of Reeds
    43. The Knife - Shaking the Habitual
    44. Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt
    45. Sigur Ros Kveikur
    46. James Blake - Overgrown
    47. The Strokes - Comedown Machine
    48. Cate Le Bon - Mug Museum
    49. Primal Scream - More Light
    50. Mazzy Star - Seasons of Your Day

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    Co-founder, FILTER Creative Group



    1. The National, Trouble Will Find Me (4AD)

    2. Moby, Innocents (LITTLE IDIOT/MUTE)

    3. The Boxer Rebellion, Promises (ABSENTEE)

    4. Arcade Fire, Reflektor (MERGE)

    5. Sigur Rˇs, Kveikur (XL)

    6. Washed Out, Paracosm (SUB POP)

    7. Dean Wareham, Emancipated Hearts EP (SONIC CATHEDRAL)

    8. Atoms For Peace, Amok (XL)

    9. Bare Mutants, The Affliction (IN THE RED)

    10. Travis, Where You Stand (RED TELEPHONE BOX/KOBALT)



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    1. The National, Trouble Will Find Me (4AD)

    2. Local Natives, Hummingbird (INFECTIOUS/FRENCHKISS)

    3. Arcade Fire, Reflektor (MERGE)

    4. Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City (XL)

    5. HAIM, Days Are Gone (COLUMBIA)

    6. Queens of the Stone Age, ...Like Clockwork (MATADOR)

    7. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    8. My Bloody Valentine, m b v (MBV)

    9. Cayucas, Bigfoot (SECRETLY CANADIAN)

    10. Active Child, Rapor EP (VAGRANT)


    Pat McGuire

    Editor-In-Chief, FILTER Magazine



    1. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Push the Sky Away (MUTE)

    2. The Growlers, Hung at Heart (EVERLOVING)

    3. Atoms For Peace, Amok (XL)

    4. Iceage, You're Nothing (MATADOR)

    5. Mark Kozelek + Jimmy LaValle, Perils from the Sea (CALDO VERDE)

    6. Juana Molina, WED 21 (CRAMMED DISCS)

    7. Bill Callahan, Dream River (DRAG CITY)

    8. Major Lazer, Free the Universe (MAD DECENT/DOWNTOWN)

    9. Caveman, Caveman (FAT POSSUM)

    10. BRONCHO, Can't Get Past the Lips (FAIRFAX)


    Breanna Murphy

    Managing Editor, FILTER Magazine



    1. Bill Callahan, Dream River (DRAG CITY)

    2. Forest Swords, Engravings (TRIANGLE)

    3. Yo La Tengo, Fade (MATADOR)

    4. Small Black, Limits of Desire (JAGJAGUWAR)

    5. The Dodos, Carrier (POLYVINYL)

    6. Toro Y Moi, Anything In Return (CARPARK)

    7. Austra, Olympia (DOMINO)

    8. FIDLAR, FIDLAR (MOM + POP)

    9. Mikal Cronin, MCII (MERGE)

    10. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)



    Melissa Simonian

    Art Director, FILTER Magazine


    1. The National, Trouble Will Find Me (4AD)

    2. Big Boi, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors (DEF JAM)

    3. Major Lazer, Free the Universe (MAD DECENT/DOWNTOWN)

    4. Local Natives, Hummingbird (INFECTIOUS/FRENCHKISS)

    5. Moonface Julia with Blue Jeans On (JAGJAGUWAR)

    6. Rhye, Woman (POLYDOR)

    7. The White Buffalo, Shadows, Greys & Evil Ways (UNISON)

    8. Foals, Holy Fire (WARNER)

    9. Arctic Monkeys, AM (DOMINO)

    10. Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City (XL)



    Natalie Anderson

    PR, FILTER Creative Group



    1. The Postal Service, Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition) (SUB POP)

    2. The 1975, The 1975 (INTERSCOPE)

    3. Balance And Composure, The Things We Think We’re Missing (NO SLEEP)

    4. HAIM, Days Are Gone (COLUMBIA)

    5. Portugal. The Man, Evil Friends (ATLANTIC)

    6. Sainthood Reps, Headswell (NO SLEEP)

    7. The Lovely Bad Things, The Late Great Whatever (VOLCOM ENTERTAINMENT)

    8. Lorde, Pure Heroine (UNIVERSAL)

    9. letlive., The Blackest Beautiful (EPITAPH)

    10. CHVRCHES, The Bones Of What You Believe (GLASSNOTE)



    Sarah Chavey

    PR, FILTER Creative Group


    1. James Blake, Overgrown (A&M/POLYDOR)

    2. Disclosure, Settle (PMR)

    3. CHVRCHES, The Bones of What You Believe (GLASSNOTE)

    4. Queens of the Stone Age, ...Like Clockwork (MATADOR)

    5. Quardon, Avalanche (VESTED IN CULTURE/EPIC)

    6. Rhye, Woman (POLYDOR)

    7. Lorde, Pure Heroine (UNIVERSAL)

    8. Local Natives, Hummingbird (INFECTIOUS/FRENCHKISS)

    9. Charli XCX, True Romance (ASYLUM)

    10. HAIM, Days Are Gone (COLUMBIA)



    Angelica Corona

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    1. Portugal. The Man, Evil Friends (ATLANTIC)

    2. Palma Violets, 180 (ROUGH TRADE)

    3. Arctic Monkeys, AM (DOMINO)

    4. Hanni El Khatib, Head In The Dirt (INNOVATIVE LEISURE)

    5. Thee Oh Sees, Floating Coffin (CASTLEFACE)

    6. FIDLAR, FIDLAR (MOM + POP)

    7. Peace, In Love (SONY)

    8. Junip, Junip (MUTE)

    9. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mosquito (INTERSCOPE)

    10. Big Black Delta, Big Black Delta (MASTER OF BATES)


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    1. Bastille, Bad Blood (VIRGIN)

    2. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    3. Junip, Junip (MUTE)

    4. Passenger, All the Little Lights (Nettwerk)

    5. MS MR, Secondhand Rapture (COLUMBIA)

    6. Moby, Innocents (MUTE)

    7. The Naked and Famous, In Rolling Waves (UNIVERSAL)

    8. Lorde, Pure Heroine (REPUBLIC)

    9. Goldfrapp, Tales of Us (MUTE)

    10. AVICII, True (ISLAND)


    Jacqueline Fonseca

    Marketing, FILTER Creative Group

    1. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    2. Jay Z, Magnta Carta Holy Grail (ROC-A-FELLA/ROC NATION/UNIVERSAL)

    3. Arctic Monkeys, AM (DOMINO)

    4. Empire of the Sun, Ice on the Dune (CAPITOL)

    5. Portugal. The Man, Evil Friends (ATLANTIC)

    6. Chromeo, White Women

    7. Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience (RCA)

    8. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mosquito (INTERSCOPE)

    9. Rudimental, Home (WARNER)

    10. Local Natives, Hummingbird (INFECTIOUS/FRENCHKISS)



    Monique Gilbert

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    1. Junip, Junip (MUTE)

    2. Bare Mutants, The Affliction (HOZAC/IN THE RED)

    3. Bleached, Ride Your Heart (DEAD OCEANS)

    4. Bill Callahan, Dream River (DRAG CITY)

    5. Run The Jewels, Run The Jewels (FOOLS GOLD)

    6. Palma Violets, 180 (ROUGH TRADE)

    7. Blood Orange, Cupid Deluxe (DOMINO RECORDS/TERRIBLE)

    8. Midlake, Antiphon (ATO)

    9. Caveman, Caveman (FAT POSSUM)

    10. Frankie Rose, Herein Wild (FAT POSSUM/SLUMBERLAND/MEMPHIS INDUSTRIES)



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    1. Phosphorescent, Muchacho (DEAD OCEANS)

    2. Mikal Cronin, MCII (MERGE)

    3. Parquet Courts, Light Up Gold (WHAT'S YOUR RUPTURE?)

    4. Foxygen, We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic (JAGJAGUWAR)

    5. Courtney Barnett, The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas (HOUSE ANXIETY/MARATHON ARTISTS)

    6. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    7. Jon Hopkins, Immunity (DOMINO)

    8. Savages, Silence Yourself (MATADOR)

    9. Arcade Fire, Reflektor (MERGE)

    10. CHVRCHES, The Bones Of What You Believe (GLASSNOTE)


    Bailey Pennick

    Online and Social Media, FILTER Creative Group


    1. Arctic Monkeys, AM (DOMINO)

    2. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    3. Thee Oh Sees, Floating Coffin (CASTLEFACE)

    4. HAIM, Days Are Gone (COLUMBIA)

    5. My Bloody Valentine, m b v (MBV)

    6. Dean Wareham, Emancipated Hearts EP (SONIC CATHEDRAL)

    7. Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience Part One (RCA)

    8. Foxygen, We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic (JAGJAGUWAR)

    9. Devendra Banhart, Mala (NONESUCH)

    10. Beck, Song Reader (MCSWEENEY'S)


    Courtney Phillips

    Marketing, FILTER Creative Group


    1. James Blake, Overgrown (A&M/POLYDOR)

    2. Atlas Genius, When It Was Now (WARNER)

    3. Devendra Banhart, Mala (NONESUCH)

    4. Pearl Jam, Lightning Bolt (MONKEYWRENCH/REPUBLIC)

    5. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (COLUMBIA)

    6. Disclosure, Settle (PMR)

    7. Sigur Rˇs, Kveikur (XL)

    8. The 1975, The 1975 (INTERSCOPE)

    9. Mazzy Star, Seasons of Your Day (RHYMES OF AN HOUR)

    10. Moby, Innocents (LITTLE IDIOT/MUTE)

    - See more at: http://filtermagazine.com/index.php/....yCrSA1a4.dpuf

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    Well, I guess Spin gets some props for Ka and Tim Hecker in the top 10.
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    Is it just me or does indie suck now?
    Arcade Fire - Sir Richard Bishop, Bill Orcutt - Spoon - Paul McCartney - Steve Gunn - Beserktown Fest - Slint - Sleep - Swans - Owen Pallett - Neutral Milk Hotel - Chris Thile & Edgar Meyer - Bobby Bradford Quartet - Matana Roberts - Wadada Leo Smith, Anthony Braxton - Thurston Moore, Sebadoh - Songs for Unseen Warhol Films - Ben Frost, Tim Hecker, Pete Swanson - Ryoji Ikeda - Slowdive - A Winged Victory for the Sullen - John Zorn Marathon

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    Sure.
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    It depends what you label as "indie." That's so broad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotHamWater View Post
    It depends what you label as "indie." That's so broad.
    "indie" = "bands Miroir Noir insists upon holding out hope for even though the genre is in a pretty big lull at the moment"

    7/30 - Shabazz Palaces - Roxy (?)
    7/31 - Hamilton Leithauser - Echo (?)
    8/01 - Ceremony/Nothing - Roxy (?)
    8/06 - Herbie Hancock - Hollywood Bowl (?)
    8/07 - Haim - Wiltern (?)


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    Indie is a distribution philosophy, not a music genre.

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    I'm going to smack you in the face with twenty dicks.
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    Indie is what you have in here. *gently pounds chest*
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    Well, I guess Spin gets some props for Ka and Tim Hecker in the top 10.
    Very true. As expected with RS, popular music continues to get worse every year. No Nick Cave but they include Miley, Vampire Weekend (#1 ha ha ha ha) and Haim (I had no idea who these girls were until I saw 2 sold out Terminal 5 shows in May already)? Who votes, 12 year olds?

    Rolling Stone's Top 50 LPs of 2013
    1. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City
    2. Kanye West - Yeezus
    3. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
    4. Paul McCartney - New
    5. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
    6. Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork
    7. Lorde - Pure Heroine
    8. The National - Trouble Will Find Me
    9. Arctic Monkeys - AM
    10. John Fogerty - Wrote a Song for Everyone
    11. Parquet Courts - Tally All the Things That You Broke
    12. Jake Bugg - S/T
    13. Disclosure - Settle
    14. Drake - Nothing Was The Same
    15. Atoms for Peace - AMOK
    16. David Bowie - The Next Day
    17. Danny Brown - Old
    18. Ashley Monroe - Like a Rose
    19. Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks
    20. Laura Marling - Once I Was an Eagle
    21. Sky Ferreira - Night Time My Time
    22. Phoenix - Entertainment
    23. My Bloody Valentine - MBV
    24. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2
    25. Elton John - The Diving Board
    26. Chance the Rapper - Acid Rap
    27. Miley Cyrus - Bangerz
    28. Kacey Musgraves - Same Trailer Different Park
    29. Bombino - Nomad
    30. Tegan & Sara - Heartthrob
    31. Haim - Days Are Gone
    32. CHVRCHES - The Bones of What You Believe
    33. Pusha T - My Name is My Name
    34. Neko Case - The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You
    35. Best Coast - Fade Away EP
    36. Waxahatchee - Cerulean Salt
    37. The So-So Glos - Blowout
    38. Kurt Vile - Walkin on a Pretty Daze
    39. Keith Urban - Fuse
    40. Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt
    41. J Cole - Born Sinner
    42. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris
    43. Savages - Silence Yourself
    44. Valerie June - Pushin' Against a Stone
    45. Avicii - True
    46. Franz Ferdinand - Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action
    47. MIA - Matangi
    48. Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus
    49. The Flaming Lips - The Terror
    50. Beck - Song Reader

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    Trentem°ller - Lost getting no love. shame.
    Lick an orange, it tastes like an orange. Lick a pineapple, it tastes like a pineapple. Go ahead, try it. Try some more. The strawberries taste like strawberries. The snozzberries taste like snozzberries! We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams. Come along, come along.

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    35. Best Coast - Fade Away EP
    Why does RS include an EP in their list of LPs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fig Neutron View Post
    Why does RS include an EP in their list of LPs?
    Yea....Parquet Courts - Tally All the Things That You Broke

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    White Lung's Top 10 LPs of 2013
    1. A$AP Ferg - Trap Lord
    2. Dirty Beaches - Drifters / Love is the Devil
    3. After Dark II - Various
    4. The Knife - Shaking the Habitual
    5. Soft Kill - Circle of Trees
    6. Lust For Youth - Perfect View
    7. Hoax - Hoax
    8. Gesaffelstein - Aleph
    9. The Haxan Cloak - Excavation
    10. Antwon - In Dark Denim

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    TV Ghost - Top 10 LPs of 2013

    Jackson VanHorn:
    -Anna Calvi - One Breath
    -Broadcast - Berberian Sound Studio OST

    Tim Gick:
    -Dawn Of Midi - Dysomnia
    -Wax Idols - Disipline & Desire

    Brahne Hoeft:
    -Camera Obscura - Desire Lines
    -The National - Trouble Will Find Me

    Tristan Ivas:
    -SUUNS - Images Du Futur
    -Caveman - Caveman

    Jimmy Frezza:
    -Julianna Barwick - Nepenthe
    -Helado Negro - Invisible Life

    Quilt - Top 10 of 2013
    In no particular order - here are some things I remember well from the year
    1.) Watching Weyes Blood's set at the Mexican Summer 5 Year Festival -- I have been watching Natalie perform for a few years now and this performance really dug the new depths; smoked sunlight, white garments, and the eternal choir from a day lit tape echo.
    2.) Drawing cartoons with the rest of Quilt, Tim Cohen, Alex Bleeker, and Michael Hurley in Big Sur after the last night of the Woodsist Fest - favorite Ronald award goes to Hurley, down in the right corner. (drawing below)
    3.) Watching Mike Bruno & The Black Magic Family Band play at the West Kensington Ministry in Philadelphia -- Bruno has been a favorite of my since I saw him play a few years ago in a basement in South Philly. This time it was in the basement of a beautiful church & he had a 7 piece band accompanying him laying down washes of medicinal ear shine from a ricochet assortment of electronic and acoustic gadgets. It was truly something else.
    4.) Hearing mixes from DJ Sasha Grishin for the first time in the basement of Oldich Dress & Drink in Moscow.
    5.) Revisiting the song 'Sometimes' by My Bloody Valentine. Maybe it was all the reborn MBV hype, or maybe it was just hearing it in a new way again. Anyway there were some beautiful nights lying down, and not lying down, listening to that song this year.
    6.) Seeing new art by Travess Smalley. I am a huge fan of this dudes work/
    7.) Driving up from LA to Davis, California with my brother and sister listening to The Moon & Antarctica on repeat.
    8.) Finding out there are archives of MS Subbulakshmi's' Bhajans on YouTube.
    9.) Spending more time in Western Massachussetts.
    10.) There was a night when I met some locals from Big Sur who were talking about going to the baths at Esalen Institute: it was about midnight and I hopped in the car with them. When we got there the place was closed but one of the guys knew how to get to baths through a fence; we snuck around and laid in the mineral baths overlooking the darkened-blue pacific as the security guards shined flashlights on us and didn't notice our naked flesh. Afterwards we left and the leader of the pack proceeded to ask, "Would you like to see the Walruses?"; I said, 'Okay." and he took us to a cliff that overlooked about 100 screaming mammals; their chant was equivalent to a Hildegaard Von Bingen epic. After our ears were nourished he then asked 'Would you like some water?', I said, 'Okay.' and he proceeded to drive us to a rock on the side of the road that had fresh spring water pouring out of it. I drank some water, replenishing what was missing after the baths, and then he drove me back to the campground I was staying at. That was a bizarre evening.

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    Bleep - THE TOP 10 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2013
    https://bleep.com/the-top-ten-albums-of-the-year-2013

    My favorite ever year...Bleep's 100 Tracks 2013
    https://bleep.com/release/48251-vari...tracks-of-2013

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    Stereogum, in click-bait format.
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    Major props to RS for including The So So Glos' Blowout on their list. That record is, by far, the most overlooked and underrated album of the year in my opinion.

    But yeah, ignoring Nick Cave is pretty unforgivable.
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    When did Spooks become so untzy? I didn't think people in New York were allowed to dance.

    One way to ensure I'll disagree with your taste is to put the National's new bore at the top of your list.
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