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The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Two

The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Two
John Mulvey

Yesterday, after I posted this list of my favourite albums of 2014, I received a few messages complaining that there were too many Youtube and Soundcloud clips embedded here, preventing the page from loading properly. Forgive the repetition, then, but I thought it worth reposting the list as three separate blogs; hopefully it’ll work better this time…

Previously: The Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part One

21. Hurray For The Riff-Raff – Small Town Heroes (ATO)

Read my review here

22. Kasai All Stars – Beware The Fetish (Crammed Discs)

23. Kelis – Food (Ninjatune)

24. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Wig Out At Jagbags (Domino)

25. Mark McGuire – Along The Way (Dead Oceans)

26. The Men – Tomorrow’s Hits (Sacred Bones)

27. Metronomy – Love Letters (Because)

28. Mogwai – Rave Tapes (Rock Action)

29. New Bums – Voices In A Rented Room (Drag City)

30. Thee Oh Sees – Drop (Castleface)

31. Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire For No Witness (Jagjaguwar)

32. Doug Paisley – Strong Feelings (No Quarter)

33. Linda Perhacs – The Soul Of All Natural Things (Asthmatic Kitty)

34. Plaid – Reachy Prints (Warp)

35. Pye Corner Audio – Black Mill Tapes 3&4 (Type)

Read my review here

36. Pye Corner Audio/Not Waving - Intercepts (Ecstatic)

37. Real Estate – Atlas (Domino)

Read my review here

38. Gruff Rhys – American Interior (Turnstile)

39. Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Phosphorescent Harvest (Silver Arrow)

40. Noura Mint Seymali – Tzenni (Glitterbeat)

Continue to the Best Albums Of 2014: Halftime Report Part Three

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