Logan K. Young’s Top Albums of 2013

Posted January 9th, 2014 by Logan Young · No Comments

Logan K. Young is the Editor in Chief at Classicalite.com.

ALBUMS:
Body/Head, Coming Apart (Matador)

Lonnie Holley, Keeping a Record of It (Dust to Digital)
Because Oxford American needs to see him.

Wolf Eyes, No Answer: Lower Floors (De Stijl)

Richard Youngs, Summer Through My Mind (Ba Da Bing!)
Because Ba Da Bing! captured him at his prolific best.

R. Kelly, Black Panties (RCA)

Jace Clayton, The Julius Eastman Memory Depot (New Amsterdam)
Because Eastman isn’t just a school in Rochester.

Tim Berne’s Snakeoil, Shadow Man (ECM)

Byron Coley, Dating Tips for Touring Bands (Hot Cars Warp)
Because you should at least hear the one about Don Rickles and Giuliani.

My Bloody Valentine, m b v (m b v)

The Dead C, Armed Courage (Ba Da Bing!)
Because, really, it’s been a while.

SINGLES:
Phosphorescent, “Song for Zula” (Dead Oceans)
Antwon, “Dying in the Pussy” (Suicide Squeeze)
Benjamin Clementine, “Nemesis” (Later…with Jools Holland)
David Bowie, “Where Are We Now?” (Columbia)
Jennette McCurdy, “Wrecking Ball” (YouTube)

Jaap Blonk, “The Prime Minister I” (Plant Migration)
Hair Police, “Mercurial Rites” (Type)
Daft Punk, “Get Lucky” (Columbia)
Jennifer Walshe, “In a Way, It’s All New Age Music” (THMOTES)
Parquet Courts, “Stoned and Starving” (What’s Your Rupture?)

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