Reviews
 

2015
Not a strong year for good music, but a number of our old favs put out new discs after a multi-year hiatus. Our top 6 for the year:

2014
Not quite as nice of a year for music as 2013. Our top picks for the year:

2013
Wow, we found a lot of great music in 2013 ... and accidentely stumbled in to a new tradition of listening to northern European winter girls (singer/songwriters) during the darker days of winter. Our top picks for the year:

2012
For us here in SF, this was the year of the country crooner as we spun the yodel-happy sounds Bhi Bhiman and The White Buffalo. Our top 6 for 2012:

2011
King Creosote gets our nod for best "slit your wrister" of the year while Case Studies is doing it for us for our lo-fi indie fix. Our top 6 for 2011:

2010
New ones from Sufjan Stevens, Goldfrapp and Belle & Sebastian were bound to show up on our playlist, but we also welcomed Broken Bells, Breathe Owl Breathe, and Jane Weaver. Our favorites:

2009
Great year for music. God Help the Girl not only wins as disc of the year, but is in the running for disc of the decade. The Antlers come out with a brillant concept album. Our other favorites of the year:

2008
Goldfrepp releases their best album to date. Other top albums of the year:

2007
We discover the Great Lakes Myth Society, Great Lake Swimmers and Micah P. Hinson. Top albums of the year:

2006
New releases from Goldfrapp, Sufjan and Belle & Sebastian could make for a good year. Top albums from this year in our book:

2005
The year of Sufjan. Best of the year:

2004
Viva Voce's first dics is a knock out. A lot of chill/downtempo in this years best albums:

2003
New discs from Goldfrapp, Belle & Sebastian and Broadcast set this one up as a good year

2002
The year of Sigur Ros

2001
Strong year!

2000
Not a band year that finds us discovering Mates of State and The Handsome Family

1999
Blur releases 13, IOHO one of the best discs ever released

1997 & 98
BJM and the Dandies are in their prime, Air releases a masterpeice, a good time for good music