My Favorite Albums of 2012

Yes, I said favorite. Not best. These are the ones I’ll take with me to 2013 and beyond. Pretty standard, but hey. In no particular order:

Cloud Nothings – Attack on Memory

Lotus Plaza – Spooky Action at a Distance

Godspeed! You Black Emperor – Allelujah! Don’t Bend! Ascend!

The Walkmen – Heaven

Frankie Rose – Interstellar

Grizzly Bear – Shields

Purity Ring – Shrines

Bob Dylan – Tempest

Beach House – Bloom

Wild Nothing – Nocturne

Daniel Rossen – Silent Hour/Golden Mile EP

Angel Olsen – Half Way Home

Lower Dens – Nootropics

Jessica Pratt – Jessica Pratt

Grimes – Visions

The Men – Open Your Heart

Local Business – Titus Andronicus

Kill for Love – Chromatics

Swing Lo Magellan – Dirty Projectors

Centipede Hz – Animal Collective

Crystal Castles – (III)


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