Top 20 Albums of 2018: The Sue Edition

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Here’s some of the new music I enjoyed the past year. There’s no particular order here, it’s just a list. There are links to reviews found on PMP where applicable. And, yes, not all these releases fit the theme of this website, but this is my post and I ask you to expand your mind just a tad and check out some of the albums listed. That’s fairly easily to do on the Modern Internet, isn’t it?

I also like to note that I own physical copies of all these releases. I’m a fan of streaming, but if I really love an album, I will try to buy the vinyl or CD edition. That helps the musicians a bit more.

Thanks for reading. Looking forward to what music 2019 has in store for us.

The Fierce And The Dead – The Euphoric (my review here)
Low – Double Negative (experimental rock)
Soft Machine – Hidden Details (my review here)
Regal Worm – Pig Views (progressive rock)
Jon Hopkins – Singularity (techno)
Spiritualized – And Nothing Hurt (indie rock)
Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin – Awase (modern jazz)
Prefuse 73 – Sacrifices (hip hop/beats)
The Rock*A*Teens – Sixth House (indie rock)
Precision Surgery / Bass Communion – Kurzwellen 8 (Bass Communion is Steven Wilson’s electronic ambient project)
Johnny Marr – Call The Comet (indie rock from the guitarist of The Smiths)
God Is An Astronaut – Epitaph (instrumental rock)
Long Distance Calling – Boundless (Rob’s review here)
Adam Holzman – Truth Decay (jazz rock from Steven Wilson’s longtime keyboard player, features appearances from SW, Nick Beggs and Craig Blundell)
The Nels Cline 4 – Currents, Constellations (modern jazz)
John Zorn – Insurrection (experimental jazz)
Sleep – The Sciences (stoner metal)
Kino – Radio Voltaire (Rob’s review here)
Chris Carter – CCCL Volume One (experimental electronic)
Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet – Landfall (classical/performance piece)

Here’s a track from Adam Holzman’s Truth Decay, called Picking Through The Wreckage

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