Thursday, December 12, 2013

Top-20 Albums of 2013, no.9: James Blake - Overgrown

Instead of following the easy path and make another copy of his first album, James Blake really grows in Overgrown (pardon the pun). He explores more paths and ways than before, keeping the atmosphere, the style, the soul of his first outing. With Brian Eno on his side, he works his magic, capturing our hearts and minds in the process. And it all shows this won't be ending soon. 

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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