Mis 10 discos del 2009 (Amarillo)

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1. Veckatimest by Grizzly Bear

The Onion (A.V. Club)

Veckatimest offers more than just an inventive exercise in collage: It’s like hearing the past few centuries of music playing in symphony, which sounds--thrillingly and reassuringly--like the future.

2. Hospice by The Antlers

Hot Press

Brooklyn's latest greatest deliver heartbreaking concept album.

3. Reservoir by Fanfarlo

New Musical Express

London-based collective Fanfarlo’s debut is a carefully orchestrated treat.

4. xx by The xx

Delusions of Adequacy

The xx have made a debut that sounds utterly flawless; it’s the kind of album that bands take years to create.

5. Album by Girls


The canniness of Album's production choices and the scuzzy depression of the lyrics and the gut-level songwriting instincts, along with everything else about the record, add up to something elusive and fascinating--maybe even heartbreaking.

6. Primary Colours by The Horrors

New Musical Express

Time will tell how Primary Colours stands up to the likes of "Loveless" or "Psychocandy," but right now, this feels like the British art-rock album we’ve all been waiting for.

7. It’s Blitz! By Yeah Yeah Yeah’s

Q Magazine

So let any indie bands planning a trip to the keyboard shop take note: this is how it's done, with a desire to surprise and be surprised.

8. The First Days of Spring by Noah And The Whale

New Musical Express

They have done a hell of a lot of growing up. An immense album.

9. Sigh No More by Mumford & Sons

New Musical Express

Angst-ridden indiscretions aside, Sigh No More is a fine debut from a band that’s patiently picked up the tools of its trade, and chosen the right moment to give them full rein.

10. West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum by Kasabian


A world away from their ladrock roots, you might say.

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