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1 Steve Hauschildt – Strands (Thrill Jockey)

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2 Julius Eastman – Femenine (Frozen Reeds)

3 Leonard Cohen – You Want It Darker (Sony)

4 Cyrus Gengras – Other Side (Death)

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5 Dennis Bovell – Heaven (Optimo Music Disco Plate)

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6 Prophets Of Rage – The Party’s Over (Caroline)

7 Low – The Exit Papers (Temporary Residence)

8 Papa M – Walking On Coronado (Drag City)

9 75 Dollar Bill – Wood/Metal/Plastic/Pattern/Rhythm/Rock (Thin Wrist)

10 Xylouris White – Black Peak (Bella Union)

11 Lambchop – FLOTUS (City Slang/Merge)

12 Robert Glasper Experiment – ArtScience (Blue Note)

13 Don Nix – Living By The Days (Man In The Moon)

14 Isasa — Los Días (La Castanya)

15 Weyes Blood – Front Row Seat To Earth (Mexican Summer)

16 Tim Buckley – Lady, Give Me Your Key (Light In The Attic)

17 Bon Iver – 33 “GOD” (Jagjaguwar)

18 Blues Control – OldEnuff2KnoBetta (Mixtape)

19 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Jesus Alone (Bad Seed)

20 James Luther Dickinson – Dixie Fried (Light In The Attic)

21 Julia Jacklin – Don’t Let The Kids Win (Transgressive)

23 The Pop Group – Honeymoon On Mars (Freaks R Us)

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