Getintothis’ Top 50 Records of 2013: 20-11

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Getintothis‘ albums of 2013 end of year list nears it’s final destination – we seriously enjoyed this lot.


Getintothis‘ penultimate post before we reveal the finale of our top 100 albums of 2013.
Yesterday we revealed the albums ranked 30-21 and on Monday we shared 50 down to 31. You can also see our top 50 records which didn’t make it into our top 50.
Feel free to tweet us feedback on @Getintothis.
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Carlton Melton: Always Even
Agitated Records
At a meagre 38 minutes, Carlton Melton have served up their shortest work to date – and its arguably their most palatable. While retaining their vast smoky guitar fug, dense drum clatter and nu-kraut wig outs they’ve also reined in the fat into something leaner, meaner and very tasty indeed.
Getintothis on Liverpool Psych Fest 2013 review, picture gallery and final thoughts.
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Boards Of Canada: Tomorrow’s Harvest
Warp
Almost as surprising as Bowie’s album, but infinitely superior, Boards Of Canada returned out of the ether with this smouldering, ever-so-slightly uneasy dance landscape of synthetic gold dust.
Getintothis on the return of Boards Of Canada.
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MONEY: Shadow Of Heaven
Bella Union
Profoundly cryptic yet hauntingly laid bare, Jamie Lee’s quasi-religious vignettes married to mini-epic guitar swirls are some of the most emotionally resonant songs we’ve heard in years. And their live shows are even better. Expect even better next time round.
Getintothis reviews MONEY, VEYU at Blade Factory, Liverpool.
MONEY, By The Sea, Tear Talk: Leaf Tea Shop, Bold Street, Liverpool
MONEY: Hold Me Forever plus Leaf Tea Shop, Liverpool – picture gallery.
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Loved Ones: The Merry Monarch
Baltic Sub
Loved Ones debut offering arrived following several aborted attempts, but boy was it worth the wait – a finely crafted mini epic complete with beautific harmonies, timeless melodies and a rhythmic craft few of their peers can match.
Loved Ones: The Merry Monarch – debut album on first listen.
Loved Ones, The Laze, Nadine Carina: Scandinavian Church, Liverpool
GIT AWARD 2012: Artist nominee profile – Loved Ones.
Loved Ones win the GIT Award 2012 at Leaf.
Loved Ones speak after winning the GIT Award 2012 at Leaf.
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Steve Mason: Monkey Minds In The Devil’s Time
Double Six
Mason’s most imaginative, sprawling and openly political record yet is fuelled with mariachi brass, montages of Portuguese race car commentary, dub fusion and cosmic melodicas yet he never forgets to bring the tunes.
Getintothis reviews Steve Mason at Summer Camp, Camp & Furnace and picture gallery.
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Primal Scream: More Light
Sony
Distilling the mania of XTRMNTR, the psychosis of Vanishing Point and the delirious fun of Screamadelica, Bawby and co. have added their fourth vital record – and more importantly proved their vitality remains intact.
Getintothis‘ Top 10 Primal Scream
Getintothis reviews Primal Scream at the Liverpool Echo Arena.
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Matthew E White: Big Inner
Domino Recording Co
Gospel-tinged swamp boogie by a man who sounds like he’s hugging your inner being every time he sings.
Getintothis on Matthew E White bringing Big Inner to Liverpool.
Getintothis reviews Matthew E White at Leaf.
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Kurt Vile: Wakin On A Pretty Daze
Matador
The continuing voyage of one of America’s most consistently fascinating songrwriters, Wakin On A Pretty Daze lived up to its name; shimmering, effervescent and sun-kissed underscored by colossal guitar tidal waves.
Getintothis reviews Kurt Vile at Liverpool Sound City.
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Chvrches: The Bones Of What You Believe
Virgin
The finest pop record since Robyn‘s Body Talk – unabashed choruses aligned to ice-cool attitude.
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Savages: Silence Yourself
Matador
At times clinical and aloof, but by-hell did they mean it. Few bands have shredded our minds, pumped our blood and gotten us this excited for sometime. In the flesh they’re a phenomenon – on record, this is their indelible mark on what should be the start of something special.
Getintothis names Savages #1 band of Liverpool Sound City 2013.
Getintothis reviews Savages at Liverpool Sound City 2013.
Further reading on Getintothis
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2013: 30-21.
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2013: 50-31.
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Albums that didn’t make it into the Getintothis Top 50 albums of 2013.
Getintothis‘ Top 100 Albums of 2012.
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2012: 10-1
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2012: 20-11
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2012: 30-21
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Records of 2012: 50-31
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Albums that didn’t make it into Getintothis’ Top 50 albums of 2012.
Getintothis‘ Top 100 Albums of 2011
Getintothis‘ Top 50 Albums that didn’t make it into Getintothis’ Top 50 albums of 2011
Getintothis Top 50 Albums of 2010.
Getintothis Top 50 Albums of 2009.
Getintothis Top Albums 100 of 2008.
Getintothis Top Albums 50 of 2007.

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