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The Top 25 Albums Of The Year 2023 According To Me

i feel like if it's more than twenty five it's like...ok i guess but what do you really have to SAY about them. but then i only give two sentences descriptions to the top 10 albums. i want to be a better person in 2024. 2024 goals. Anyways a friend recommended me a shit ton of hiphop last month and shoutouts friend bc this is the most hiphop i've ever had in a year end list
25sigur ros


klettur, gold


Yum, Feel Good, Never Again, Tourniquet


machine, seraph, icarus


Donkey Show, Mosquito, Pure Mode, Maria
21McKinley Dixon
Beloved! Paradise! Jazz!?


Sun I Rise, Live From The Kitchen Table, The Story So Far


Bite Back, Cold World, Something Wrong
19 Lexa Gates
Universe Wrapped In Flesh


Nothing Really Hurts Me, I'm All The Way In, The Person That I Was Before, Selfish
Burning Desire


zap!, plz don't cut my wings, u think maybe, THEY DON'T STOP IN THE RAIN


Happy Ending, Missed Call, Raven, Sorbet
16DJ Sabrina the Teenage DJ


Will U B Mine, I'll Always Be There, Invincible (Something to Hold On To), Vibrations, Slowdown
I am upset because I see something that is not the


paraclete bhishajyati, gleam beam, Soaked: Another Name For Everything
14Oozing Wound
We Cater To Cowards


Bank Account Anxiety, Total Existence Failure, Crypto Fash, Midlife Crisis Actor
13Armand Hammer
We Buy Diabetic Test Strips


When It Doesn't Start With A Kiss, The Gods Must Be Crazy, Total Recall, Empire BLVD
12Jessie Ware
That! Feels Good!


Free Yourself, That! Feels Good, Lightning, These Lips
11Danny brown


Tantor, Jenn's Terrific Vacation, Celibate
Music For Animal Cafes


A relaxing lounge album with heavy pico-pop influence. Think Nintendo wii music. Think early Capsule. Music For Animal Cafes is idyllic background music for chillin out, accompanying daily chores, or even…cafes, one might think!

Chat au chocolat, Planarian Cut, Music For Animal Cafes
9Brain Vacation
Old Feelings


At a brisk 19 minutes, Old Feelings is a fun take on emo and pop-punk tropes filled with hooks and a raucous energy born from the anxiety of trying to figuring It out, and bettering yourself. All killer, no filler.

Searchin’, Red Rover, Silver Spoon
The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We


Her songwriting chops feel very on display here. Orienting the sound around guitars adds a very folksy, almost americana vibe on some tracks like Heaven. It’s vaguely psychedelic, vaguely orchestral. I think she figured out how to end a lot of the songs proper on this one.

The Deal, Bug Like An Angel, My Love Mine All Mine, I Don’t Like My Mind, I Love Me After You
He Left Nothing for the Swim Back


There's a definite nod to Death Grips on one of these tracks, so I don't feel bad about making the comparison - Jeff Markey provides some insane beats that use space and silence to incredible effect and SKECH185 lays down some aggressively delivered, hard-hitting bars over every single one.

Badly Drawn Hero, Nights and Weekends, Western Automatic Music
6Billy Woods and Kenny Segal


Billy Woods shows up twice on my end-of list and it’s because the way he contorts syllables like they were pretzels is an absolute treat. Kenny Segal provides the backing to a world tour level rap extravaganza, and the friends we meet along the way go toe-to-toe with the main poet on display.

every victory pyrrhic, every every live show forget the lyric

Soundcheck, Rapper Weed, Year Zero, Waiting Around, NYC Tapwater
5Young Fathers
Heavy Heavy


The most anthemic sounding thing you’ll hear all year, Heavy Heavy is the sound of the weight of the world brushed off of your shoulders like it were nothing. This is foot-stomping, clapping, hollering music - gospel invoking you to speak in tongue, to dance like you’re possessed. I let Heavy Heavy in with a wicked grin.

I Saw, Holy Moly, Drum, Be Your Lady
4The Go! Team
Get Up Sequences Part Two


A more than fine offering from Ian Parton and his crew of noisemakers, Part Two ever-so-slightly expands on the sounds the Team’s been exploring on Semicircle and Part One. Steel pan, gang vocals, flutes, and more genre-hopping than usual makes this album my favorite from The Go! Team, a band over 20 years into their career.

Baby, Train Song, Look Away Look Away, Whammy-O, Gemini
3JPEGMAFIA and Danny Brown
Scaring the Hoes


hands down the most creative beats of the 2020s so far. Danny Brown bars are funny, Peggy bars are Peggy bars

Shut Yo Bitch Ass Up/Muddy Waters, Fentanyl Tester, Lean Beef Patty, Burfict! God Loves You, Where Ya Get Ya Coke From
2Caroline Polachek
Desire, I Want To Turn Into You


This would’ve been number one per my 5/5 review, but I couldn’t shake how crass it is to dedicate a song to someone who fell off a balcony and have the lyrics ‘look over the edge, but not too far’ playing over and over in the background

Welcome To My Island, Fly To You, Blood and Butter, Crude Drawing Of An Angel, Sunset
3D Country


With reckless abandon, post-punk wonders Geese jump deftly from one sonic palette to the next and have a damn good time doing it. Theatrical vocals, blues rock jams, hooks for days, and solid grooves for its entire runtime. 3D Country’s a winner.

Mysterious Love, Crusades, Cowboy Nudes, 3D Country, I See Myself, 2122, St. Elmo
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