Friday, December 13, 2013

Top-20 Albums of 2013, no.8: Anna Calvi - One Breath

Her first album was my second favourite of 2011 - and rightfully so. Anna Calvi is fierce, independent, original, loud and unique, keeping the ingredients pretty much the same in One Breath, her second outing, but mixing them up a bit, moving them slightly forward, without daring to do something different than before. Not that I mind. Her singing is captivating as ever, her guitar twangs still jarr the chords of my heart and you never get bored listening to her. Listen in one breath (pun intended).


no.09: James Blake - Overgrown
no.10: Poliça - Shulamith
no.11: Scott Matthew - Unlearned
no.12: Phosphorescent - Muchacho
no.13: Laura Mvula - Sing For The Moon
no.14: The Ballet - I Blame Society
no.15: Son Lux - Lanterns
no.16: Gustaf Spetz - Saknaden
no.17: Daughter - If You Leave
no.18: Larry Gus - Years Not Living
no.19: Pan Pan - Missing Two Trains On Purpose 
no.20: inc. - No World

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