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Dave's 2013 Honorable Mentions

15 albums from 2013 that I really like, but barely miss being in my top 50
1Boards of Canada
Tomorrow's Harvest


Really nice to hear something new from these guys this year, tbh.
2Carcass
Surgical Steel


Definitely proved that these guys haven't slowed down since their breakup.
3Chvrches
The Bones of What You Believe


Catchy, interesting synthpop is always a plus.
4Colin Stetson
New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light


Maybe this didn't really resonate with me as much as his last album, but there's definitely some gorgeous moments on here.
5The Darcys
Warring


Pleasantly surprised by this one. Really nice rainy day music.
6Foxygen
We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors...


Solid follow-up to their debut for sure. Shuggie rules hard.
7Fuzz
Fuzz


Wasn't really as big on Ty's new album as I was hoping, but Fuzz really brought some garage rock energy I needed this year.
8Gorguts
Colored Sands


Yay for Gorguts! Yay! Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!
9Jenny Hval
Innocence Is Kinky


Not really sure what else I can say about this besides I'm not sure if I should be creeped out, turned on, or both.
10Jon Hopkins
Immunity


This guy reeeeeeeeeeeeeally knows his shit when it comes to making soundscapes.
11NAH
DIFFICULT


This really filled my industrial hip-hop void for the year until Government Plates came out. Definitely still worth listening to.
12The Ocean
Pelagial


Post-metal AOTY for sure. I was kind of getting worried about these guys after their last two LPs, but this thing delivered.
13Omar Souleyman
Wenu Wenu


I haven't really had any exposure to dabke music before this album, but now I'm pretty psyched to hear more.
14Sigur Ros
Kveikur


Icelandic post-apocalypsecore though.
15Weiss / Cameron / Hill
Drumgasm


I needed a batshit insane drum circle this year for sure.
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