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The IPTOS Fifty Favourite Albums of 2012 – Part 3, The Top Ten

So here we are, the culmination of the list, the ten albums that have kept me coming back for further listens, appreciation of them growing every time. 2012 was, yet again, another fantastic year for music of all kinds and genres and I just hope that you end up loving some of them as much […]

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20 Best of 2012 – So Far

I’ve decided instead of doing the usual June highlight post this month (that I should have done last week!), that as we’re halfway through the year of twennytwelve I’d do a post detailing twenty of my favourite albums released so far this year. Looking at the list of albums I’ve listened to this year (got […]

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February Highlights

It’s been a bit of a good month for new music, lots of stuff has been delighting my jaded old ears. Some expected, some not at all, if the rest of 2012 carries on like this it could be a landmark year! I’ll start with a couple of albums that I predicted last month would […]

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January Highlights – 2012 off to a good start!

As well as checking out a couple of newies, this month has mainly comprised of listening to albums that came out last year that I failed to either take notice of or just hadn’t heard of at the time. If you’ve seen my 2011 end of year list you’ll hopefully agree it wasn’t due to […]

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Random Pleasures No. 1

A friend’s Facebook status about listing the first ten tracks that emerge from your iPod’s shuffle gave me an idea for a series of posts. I’m quite a fan of putting my iTunes on shuffle, setting it to crossfade the tracks and having a ready made mix of nearly 20,000 tracks playing through my hi-fi […]

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The Mostly Armless Top 50 Albums of 2010 – The Top Ten

Update: I have done a Spotify playlist of a track from each of the 50 (where available) here. 10. The National – High Violet I only discovered The National when I heard their last album “Boxer” and subsequently went on a mission to devour everything they’d produced up to that point! Through this act I […]

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