LTW Albums of the Year 2020 – Numbers 51- 250

Each chosen by just one of our writers, the Top 50 have multiple nominations. These are in no particular order, but all great.

The Blinders – Fantasies of a Stay at Home Psychopath (Modern Sky UK)  Review 
This is a grower, and as such it surrounds and engulfs you, it has you noticing different little nuances and subtleties with each listen, you end up focussing on the lyrical couplets and analysing the messages behind the songs. It is definitely, and defiantly, a thought-provoking album. (Neil Hodge)
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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – K.G. (KGLW) Review

Sixteen albums in and (they) show no sign of slowing their sonic experimentation and, with this album, again show that they have many avenues to choose from. Dive in, switch off, and trip out. (Nathan Whittle)
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Nova Twins – Who Are the Girls  (Joyrider)

2020 should have been the year Nova Twins set the festival scene ablaze with their gloriously technicolour reinvention of garage punk. As we all missed out on seeing them play live this year, this album gives us a taste of a DIY band destined for stages as enormous as their basslines. The dynamic duo scooped this year’s Hercury prize for this self-released debut. (Cassie Fox)

Teenage Waitress – Love & Chemicals (Cargo Records)  Review

I’m glad to say, that Love & Chemicals is nothing short of genius, Daniel may have taken his sound off in a slightly different direction, but in doing so he has hit the motherlode in terms of blissfully infectious pop perfection. (Neil Hodge)

Hello Cosmos – Dream Harder (Cosmic Glue)  Review

A blast of post-punk ingenuity and positivity – an album to drag me to the finish line of a long, long year.  (Andy Brown)

Ist Ist – Architecture (Kind Violence Records)   Review

A magnificent debut. It’s the culmination of hard work and dedication, a record produced without compromise and one which will sit as one my favourite ever albums for a long time to come.

Lucky Malice – Magnetic (Tonehjulet Kräftpest)  Review

The album is a melodic riot grrrl journey about fighting nazis and the patriarchy, sexism and sexual violence, while celebrating unity, love and friendship. (Nathan Brown)

Columbia Mills – CCTV (Sophomore)  Review

A band that on first listen will be a joyous experience wherever you begin and a band that much of the music loving public in the UK (and further afield) will be in love with by the time we get to the end of 2020.

Metrik – Ex Machina (Hospital Records)

 top of the league of Hospital Records’ heroes, with an album that takes drum & bass into the stratosphere. One anthemic, widescreen epic follows another and neither the pace nor the quality stop for a single second. Some people, it seems, have spent lockdown wisely and Metrik delivers his most focussed and vital album yet. (Banjo)

All We Are – Providence (Domino)    BUY HERE

the best pop album of 2020. It’s that simple. What is not simple however is the pop that they make. There is a lot going on under the bonnet.. a glorious, intricate, esoteric pop music that lifts the spirits.  I guarantee they will put a smile on your face. (Banjo)

Hector Gannet – Big Harcar  (GUGA Records) Review
a slew of remarkable singles and several sold-out live performances, North Shields group Hector Gannet has finally released an immaculate debut album that fully rewards all the praise the group has garnered over the last 3 years. (Gus Ironside)

Osees – Protean Threat (Castle Face Records)  Review

It sounds nothing like they have ever done, yet, at the same time, like something that only they could do. It’s those oxymoronical twists and turns that make Osees a delight to hear from every time as they power through their blend of scuzzy garage psych-punk and throw everything possible at you, just to keep you on your toes.
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Netta Goldhirsch – Love Doesn’t Exist  (Wormhole World)  Review
Innovative and bold. Musically stunning and a divine voice. The Avant-garde fights back on Netta Goldhirsch’s new album, packing it all in across no fewer than twenty-five glorious and diverse tracks.

The Gravity Drive: the Wildlight (Alchemistic Bliss)  Review

The Gravity Drive are a low-key triumph of making commercial art with huge mainstream potential yet still having a depth, built on the love-story of a relationship, where their hopes, fears and self-motivational beliefs make them want to communicate in the only way they know how. Music for Lovers, dreamers and believers in a better future.

The Galileo 7 – Decayed (Fool’s Paradise Records)review

The Galileo 7 are just a perfect escape from the present, music from another time and space, but thrillingly alive and now.

Tempesst – Must Be A Dream (Pony Recordings)

Dreamy psychedelic debut album that beautifully evokes the 60s and 70s without becoming pastiche. (Susan Sloan)

Duncan Reid and the Big Heads – Don’t Blame Yourself review

Duncan Reid (ex The Boys) & his merry band of Big Heads have just released their fourth long player. Another collection of exceptional power punk pop tunes designed to bring joy to anyone who listens.

Napalm Death – Throes of Joy in the Jaws of Defeatismreview
An album full of exciting musical contrasts and biting social comment, that feels completely contemporary and relevant for the times we are living through. Another creative step forward for Napalm Death and extreme metal.

Metz – Astral Vending (Sub-Pop) 
The Toronto trio channel their rage into a sonic white-knuckle ride crammed full of tension and drama. This is the closest Metz have come to capturing their legendary live performances on record. (Paul Grace)
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Nine Inch Nails: Ghosts V/VI  Info 
IT MADE US FEEL BETTER TO MAKE THESE AND IT FEELS GOOD TO SHARE THEM. MUSIC HAS ALWAYS HAD A WAY OF MAKING US FEEL A LITTLE LESS ALONE IN THE WORLD… AND HOPEFULLY IT DOES FOR YOU, TOO. (NiN)

The Dream Syndicate – the Universe Inside (Anti)  Review  
This is breathtaking… imperial… you can just luxuriate in it… an hour almost of mind-bending, soaring, swooping, freeform musics from several genres so beautifully melded together that you can’t see (hear) the join. (GB)

Ulver – Flowers of Evil  Review
… co-produced by Youth and combines sparse heavy grooves with the gorgeous and sonorous crooned vocals. It’s an epic work and a perfect hour of dark, sparse neo-pop that instinctively matches a death disco, dark shadow pop, crooned vocals and a melodramatic drama that soundtracks these melancholic and dystopian times. (John Robb)

Moses Boyd – Dark Matter (Exodus)

Wasn’t reviewed by LTW, but championed by me in the Mercury prize feature.
The cream of nu-British jazz. Blazing a trail for a new movement, one that is a perfect fusion of jazz, soul, hip-hop and electronica. 2 Far Gone sounds like a collaboration between Thelonius Monk and Burial. Who else would be so bold? Technically perfect, it should have won the Mercury. (Gordon Rutherford)
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Def Robot: You Will Not Be Discovered   Review
Unbelievably prolific band release probably their best album yet, number seven since July 2019. Public remain oblivious to Manchester’s best kept secret.

Bang Bang Band Girl Vs Trash Colapso – One Foot In The Grave (Trash Wax Records)  Review    …A stunning album, should you have any passing affection for The Cramps, The Gun Club, or own a Born Bad album then this one is worth hunting down. (Phil Newall)

Close Lobsters – Post Neo Anti Review
…a vitality and vigour that is deserving of the ears of a new audience that should see them elevated into the collective consciousness of the 21st century alternative music scene and beyond. (Neil Hodge)
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John Howard – To The Left Of The Moon’s Reflection – Kid In A Big World/Kool Kat   Review  
No-one writes better about the human condition than John and he’s in the form of his career. (Ian Canty)

The Corner Laughers: Temescal Telegraph – Big Stir  Review
An imaginative and beautifully realised recording that takes you direct to the beguiling, sunny world of The Corner Laughers. (Ian Canty)

Shirley Collins – Heart Ease   Review 
This is a record full of wisdom, ideas and playfulness that defies age and cliche. Deeply steeped in folk music and culture she sings with a beautiful purity as she takes the shadows of the past and recasts them for the present. (John Robb)
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Shabaka and the Ancestors – We Are Sent Here By History (Impulse Records)  Review
An album that is deserving of a much wider audience than a typical jazz release would get. It has the energy of punk and the soul of Marvin Gaye. It has the beats of Fela Kuti, the sheer exuberance of Sly Stone and the DNA of Miles Davis. (Gordon Rutherford)
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The Lounge Bar Orchestra – Pilot Episodes – Fruits de Mar Review
Greg Healey’s perfectly realised throwback to TV theme music (Ian Canty)

Psycho Comedy – Performance Space Number One (Silver Machine Recordings)  Review
Scouse psych collective combine narcissism and nihilism. poetry and groovy rock’n’roll on idiosyncratic debut album. Probably the most exciting band to emerge from Liverpool in a decade or or more. (Ged Babey)

Moaning – Uneasy Laughter (Sub Pop)  Review
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…an idiosyncratic alternative pop album with a depth and insight which few in recent years have had. Yeah, it has echoes of the past, to me, at my age, but is the sound of anxiety & introspection now and a glimpse of a positive future for art-rock as self-expression with different outcomes than in the past. (Ged Babey)

Blancmange – Mindset Review
…current output is frighteningly rich not only as figurehead to the revitalised act but also as part of Near Future and Fader as well as touring and remixing for Kincaid (aka his son, Joe). Mindset is the twelfth album proper and the ninth since Blancmange mark 2 first appeared in 2011 with Blanc Burn. (Paul Scott-Bates)

Gareth Jones – Electrogenetic (Calm & Collect) Review
Think of Electrogenetic as a journey rather than an album. There are highs, lows and moments of pure ecstasy – it is, quite simply, perfect. (Paul Scott-Bates)

Snowgoose – The Making of You (Glass Modern Records)Review
The Making of You is perfect-listening for these strange times, calming and contemplative in equal measure. We can only hope we don’t have to wait another 8 years for this dazzling group’s next album. (Gus Ironside)

Nick Frater – Fast & Loose (Big Stir) Review
…his songcraft isn’t something I can doubt either, as the way that these tunes are put together is often awe inspiring in terms of their beauty. Fast & Loose is a record to savour. (Ian Canty)

Doves: The Universal Want (EMI) Review
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Jimi, Jez and Andy have been hiding away in their converted barn, keeping quiet about this right up until the last minute and have pulled it off by bursting back onto the Manchester scene like they’ve never been away. (Wayne Carey)

Various Artists – Give Sweatshops The Boot Vol. 1 (Punks Against Sweatshops)  Review 
A bumper collection of 40 of the best from the punk scene, all of whom have committed to using Sweatshop free merchandise.  It’s activism you can rock out to.  includes heavy hitters such as Jello Biafra, Propagandhi, Petrol Girls, Restarts, Oi Polloi and Wonk Unit.  (Nath Brown)

Dub Pistols: Addict (Sunday Best) – – Review
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Dub Pistols are back with album number nine and hark back to the days of their debut Point Blank in many ways, with a full on rush of jungle / dub bass whoppers to get us on our feet. (Wayne Carey)

Badly Drawn Boy: Banana Skin Shoes (AWAL) – Review
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With the release of Banana Skin Shoes, Badly Drawn Boy has entered his rebirth chapter as a reinvigorated protagonist. Here’s hoping the rest of his story heads towards the happy ending he deserves. (Nathan Whittle)

Dan O’Farrell & the Difference Engine – Richard Scarry Lied To Me News
Still political, still morose but with an upbeat sparkle… which I know seems contradictory but have a listen! (Ged Babey)

Dream Wife – So When You Gonna (Luck Number Music) – Review 
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This is a collection of songs that explores and roams in a way that defies the game and its rules. (Dave Beer)

Tensheds – The Days Of My Confinement (Self released) – Review
Tensheds draws on the inspiration of his fan base to produce the ultimate in solo albums, The Days Of My Confinement, which proves to be one of the definitive statements of 2020. (Ian Corbridge)

Ezra Furman – Sex Education Original Soundtrack (Bella Union) – Review
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…a bounteous selection of eight deliciously sumptuous new tracks and a cornucopia of gems from earlier Furman masterpieces. (Neil Hodge)

Inego – Departures (Fight the Power Records) – Review
One of Manchester’s best-kept secrets, INEGO, finally deliver their debut album, Departures, having honed their craft over a number of years and released a number of singles. (Ian Corbridge)

Nada Surf – Never Not Together (City Slang) – Review  
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Brooklyn veterans Nada Surf push their power pop into more elaborate waters with sprawling ninth album. (Sam Lambeth)

Pauline Murray – Elemental (Polestar Records) – Review  
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…definitely worth the wait and those classic and melancholy vocal tones are once again doing far more than merely shouting above the noise. (Ian Corbridge)

Lucinda Williams – Good Souls Better Angels (Thirty Tigers) – Review
With dirty guitars turned up to 11 and songs skewering the bad guys, Lucinda Williams has made the perfect protest album for our times. The only surprise is that it took a 67-year-old woman to make the record we’ve all needed to hear. (Tim Cooper)

Hot Chip – Late Night Tales Night Time Stories – Review 
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This is simply the loveliest just over an hours’ worth of music you could listen to at the end of a day and ideally left for as late as possible because you can’t go to bed at night with an Idles album helping your mind drift away surely? (Kieth Goldhanger)

Sports Team – Deep Down Happy (Island Records) – Review
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…full of English sarcasm, wit and indie dance floor anthems, its allows the listener to be part of this adventure the band are currently on and it’s an album those of us who have shared venue space with already will cherish and remember for decades. (Kieth Goldhanger)

Real(s) – D.S.L.B (Music As Insurgent) – Review
Real(s) introduce themselves with their own identity and have given us a debut to cherish. (Kieth Goldhanger)

mylittlebrother – Howl (Big Stir) – Review
…a powder keg waiting to be set alight. Their brand of off-centre Britishness is appealing to the masses and with an American connected label it could just be a matter of time before music fans Stateside latch onto them. Howl is a triumph and it’s time that everyone found out why. (Paul Scott Bates)

BOO – Yesterday Tomorrow And You – Review
What Battery Operated Orchestra have created here is nothing short of the pinnacle of their career to date. To the uninitiated, it would almost sound like a Greatest Hits collection such is the quality of content on display. (Paul Scott-Bates)

Michael J Sheehy – Distance is the Soul of Beauty (Lightning Archive) – video premiere
Beautiful and poignant indeed – Cousin’s mesmerising video perfectly compliments Sheehy’s tender and achingly gorgeous ballad, one of many highlights from a quietly impressive album that makes the perfect soundtrack as we head into lockdown winter. (Gus Ironside)

Boomtown Rats- Citizens of Boomtown (BMG) – Review
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This is an album that will divide opinion, no doubt about it (if you want another view, read The Guardian’s review….) but I think it’s a real return to form and a surprise package that will delight as many as it annoys. (Joe Whyte)

Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons –Beast (Hound Gawd! Records) Review  
…an all out assault that shows that this band is still full of creativity and hunger, succeeding in transferring their incendiary live power to the grooves of records. (Mark Ray)

Mungo’s HiFi feat Marina P- Soul Radio (Scotch Bonnet) – Review
Mungo’s Hi Fi are Scotland’s premier dub and reggae outfit; several decades of running a world-renowned soundsystem and production of a myriad of artists from around the globe have seen them gain a reputation as one of the best. (Joe Whyte)

Jayhawks- XOXO (Thirty Tigers) – Review  
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Rock bands tend to do better (and last longer) if it’s a dictatorship although that is usually at the root of most of their demises, too. XOXO proves that a little bit of democracy can be a good thing in this crazy world. Maybe that’s not a bad idea to live by. (Joe Whyte)

Sensible Grey Cells – Get Back To The World (Damaged Goods) – Review/Interview
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It’s a record that grabs you from the instant the starting pistol is fired (Amy Britton)

Mick Rossi- All the Saints and all the Souls (TJM) – Review
The resultant debut album from the Slaughter & the Dogs guitar hero, very much reflects these often very personal contemplations in the fourteen songs proffered in this sumptuous release. (Neil Hodge)

Bob Mould- Blue Hearts (Merge) – Review
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Bob Mould swaps bright-eyed optimism for burning rage on blistering fourteenth studio album. (Sam Lambeth)

Throwing Muses – Sun Racket (Fire) – Review
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Throwing Muses return for their tenth album, Sun Racket, a drifting opus that rides waves of distortion and occasional spikes that split through the lush aquatics. (Nathan Whittle)

Alison Chesley, Steve Albini, Tim Midyett ‎– Music From The Film Girl On The Third Floor (Touch & Go) – Review
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A sparse, scraping, wheezing soundtrack to a horror film that is full of dread dynamics, spectral tension and wheezing atmospherics from Albini’s guitar along with the cello and a baritone guitar. (John Robb)

Chris Connelly – Graveyard Sex (Armalyte Records) – Interview
To a point, his latest, Graveyard Sex, reminds me his first solo-releases. It’s different, of course. Over the years, Connelly tried lots of different things. Projects. And even novels, he wrote. Which isn’t quite unusual for him – Chris Connelly is one of these artists who’d keep challenging himself no matter what. (Dan Volohov)

Jesu – Terminus (Avalanche) – Review
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Rock ‘n’ roll to microdose to. (Ryan Walker)

Wire – Mind Hive (Pinkflag) – News
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The band’s seventeenth studio album sees the definitive post-punk group continue a run of stellar releases, showcasing a band on peak form 40 years into their hugely influential career.

BADA – BADA (Pomperiossa Records) 
A black noise/psych rock Swedish collective from Gothenburg devoted to free improvisation and loud contaminations. (Phil Newall)

Speedways – Radio Sounds (Alien Snatch Records) 
Powerpop masterclass boasting razor-sharp songwriting and scintillating musicianship. (Gus Ironside)

…and, here are the rest!

The Cundeez – Teckle and Hide (Tarbeach)

Sink Ya Teeth – Two (Hey Buffalo)
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Soccer Mommy – Color Theory (Loma Vista)
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Slum of Legs – Slum of Legs (self-release)

Blóm – Flower Violence (Box Records)
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Carol Hodge – Savage Purge (Chopback) – video premiere

Miley Cyrus – Plastic Hearts (RCA)

Creeper – Sex, Death and the Infinite Void (Roadrunner)
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Where Rivers Meet – We Fly Free (One Road)

Rev Simpkins & The Phantom Notes – Big Sea (self-release)

Krallice – Mass Cathexis (Hathenter)

Mt Doubt – Doubtlands (Last Night From Glasgow)

New York Junk – Dreaming

That Hidden Promise – Who Knows How? Review

Smalltown Tigers – Five Things

Diablo Furs – Neon Satellites

Natalie Pryce – Humans of Late Capitalism

Laraaji — Sun Piano
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Also – Live In Celovec

Mike Sopko, Bill Laswell & Tyshawn Sorey – On Common Ground

The Damned – The Rockfield Files [EP]
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Moral Mazes – Gold Beach Fortress

Boris – No

Final – You Couldn’t Mean Any Less

Steve Von Till – No Wilderness Deep Enough

King Buzzo with Trevor Dunn – Gift of Sacrifice
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Charles Hayward ‎– Crossfade Estate

The Necks – Three
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Various ‎– Quarantine Tales From The Red Desert

Pharaoh Overlord – 6
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Henge – Exokosm

Ruts DC ‘The Crack – Live’ (Cadiz Records)

Holy Motors – Horse (Wharf Cat Records) 
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Half Japanese – Crazy Hearts (Fire Records)
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Chris Jack – Miles To Go (Action Weekend Records)

Pheobe Bridgers – Punishment (Dead Oceans)

Pablo Solo – Alondras (FOLC Records)

Muck & The Mires – Greetings From Muckingham Palace (Dirty Water Records)
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The Reflectors – First Impression (Time For Action Records)

Brendan Benson – Dear Life (Third Man Records)

Tobin Sprout – Empty Horses (Fire)
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Alex Maas – Luca (Basin Rock)
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Kate NV – Not Not Not (RVNG Int.)

Perfume Genius – Set My Heart On Fire Immediately (Matador)
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Tenci – My Heart Is An Open Field (Keeled Scales)

Caribou – Suddenly (City Slang)
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Bdrmm – Bedroom (Sonic Cathedral)
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Bartees Strange – Live Forever (Memory Music)

Shht – Noneketanu

Drab City – Drab City

Soulwax – EMS Synthi 100

LA Priest – Gene     
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Fake Indians – The Pest

Everything Is Recorded – Friday Forever
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Exit-Stance – Retch With Mother (Grow Your Own)

TV Smith – Lockdown Holiday (Easy Action)   
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The William Loveday Intention – People Think They Know Me But They Don’t Know Me (Damaged Goods)
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The Total Rejection – A Travers Les Mythes Du Temps (Raving Pop Blast)

David Devant & his Spirit Wife – Cut Out & Keep Me (Kindness Recordings)

Dua Lipa – Future Nostalgia
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International Teachers of Pop – Pop Gossip
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Bob Mould – Circle of Friends.
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Robyn G Shiels & Steve Nolan – Sky Drew Near (wormhole world)

Islet – Eyelet (Fire)
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Clint Mansell & Clint Walsh – Berlin (Invada)

Krust – The Edge of Everything
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Warren Ellis – This Train I Ride ost (Invada)

Riz Ahmed – The Long Goodbye

Duma – Duma

MXLX – Serpents (KindaRad)

Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow – DEVS ost (Invada)
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Wrangler – A Situation (Mute)
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Sly & the Family Drone – Walk It Dry

Field Lines Cartographer – The Spectral Isle (Castles In Space)

Flaming Lips – American Head
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Eilis Frawley – Adult Life

David Newton – A Gateway To A Life Of Disappointment

Duck – There Are No Normal Conversations Anymore

Tapeworms – Funtastic (Howlin’ Banana)

Clara Engel – Hatching Under The Stars (self-released)

Primitive Knot – Lost Wisdom (Deathbed Tapes)

The Wind-Up Birds – Summer Haunts (self-released)

Laura Marling – Song For Our Daughter (Chrysalis Records)
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Regional Creeps – No One Cares (Regional Records)

Steven Adams And The French Drops – Keep It Light (Fika Recordings)
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You’re a Face – Bold Glum

Scanner – An Ascent (DiN Records)

Lady Gaga – Chromatica (Streamline and Interscope Records)
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I Don’t Know How But They Found Me – RAZZMATAZZ (Fearless Records)
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Jyoti – Mama, You Can Bet! (SomeOthaShip Connect)

Marika Hackman – Covers (Sub Pop Records)
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Neil Young – Homegrown (Reprise Records)
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EX OH -EX OH

Lupen Crook – How Rotten Where The Teeth

Sex Cells – That’s Life

Bright Eyes – Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was
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Taylor Swift – Folklore
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Movie Club – Black Flamingos (Self-release)

Venus Furs – S/T

The Magnetic Fields  – Quickies  (Nonesuch)
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Matt Berninger – Serpentine Prison
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Rose City Band – Summerlong
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Crack Cloud – Pain Olympics
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Quakers – II – The Next Wave
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Max Richter – Voices
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Thurston Moore – By The Fire
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Gwenifer Raymond – Strange Light Over Garth Mountain

Eels – Earth To Dora
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Jeff Tweedy – Love Is The King
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The Strokes – The New Abnormal
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Terry Allen & The Panhandle Mystery Band – Just Like Moby Dick

Faten Kanaan – A Mythology Of Circles
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Loscil – coast/range/arc//

Sam Lee – Old Wow

Daniel Blumberg – On&On
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Joan As Police Woman – Cover
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Boy George – This Is What I Dub

Drive-By Truckers – The Unraveling

Fleet Foxes – Shore
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Bill Callahan – Gold Record
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Drift – Symbiosis

Ray Lamontagne – Monovision
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Mark Lanegan – Straight Songs Of Sorrow
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Bonny Light Horseman – Bonny Light Horseman
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The Chats – High Risk Behaviour
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Superdrone – Solargaze (Bandcamp)

Charli XCX  – How I’m feeling now   BUY HERE

Grandaddy – The Sophtware Slump….. on a wooden piano Dangerbird

Radio Europa – Community Is Revolution

Erasure – The Neon (Mute)

(Phew!)

Compiled by Ged Babey, assisted by Nathan Whittle – from nominations by John Robb, Nigel Carr, Wayne Carey, Phil Newall, Naomi Dryden-Smith, Melanie Smith, Nathan Whittle, Ged Babey, Ian Canty, Nathan Brown, Cassie Fox, Neil Hodge, Paul Clarke, Simon Tucker, Iain Key, Paul Grace, Tim Cooper, Banjo, Susan Sloan, Amy Jay Britton,  Audrey Golden  Paul Scott Bates, Ian Corbridge, Keith Goldhanger, Gus Ironside,  Joe Whyte, Dan Volohov,  Mark Ray, Christopher Lloyd, Andy Brown, Elliot Simpson, Gordon Rutherford.

 

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