#Top 25 of 2011

This isn’t in any particular order, as my favorite varied throughout the year. Instead, I chose the alphabet. Here’s a link to a playlist where you can listen to the best tracks from each album.

A. A. Bondy - Believers // Best track: Skull & Bones”
The Antlers - Burst Apart // Best track: Rolled Together”
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears - Scandalous // Best track: Livin’ In The Jungle”
The Black Keys - El Camino // Best track: Gold On The Ceiling”
Bon Iver - Bon Iver // Best track: Michicant”
Bright Eyes - The People’s Key // Best track: Approximate Sunlight”
Charles Bradley - No Time For Dreaming // Best track: The World (Is Going Up In Flames)”
David Bazan - Strange Negotiations // Best track: Strange Negotiations”
Death Cab for Cutie - Codes And Keys // Best track: You Are A Tourist”
Deer Tick - Divine Providence // Best track: The Bump”
Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues // Best track: Helplessness Blues”
Foster the People - Torches // Best track: Houdini”
Frank Turner - England Keep My Bones // Best track: I Am Disappeared”
Generationals - Actor-Caster // Best track Greenleaf”
James Blake - James Blake // Best track The Wilhelm Scream”
M83 - Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming // Best track Midnight City”
Manchester Orchestra - Simple Math // Best track April Fool”
Metronomy - English Riviera // Best Track The Bay”
Mutemath - Odd Soul // Best track Quarantine”
Portugal. The Man - In The Mountain In The Cloud // Best track All Your Light (Times Like These)”
Raphael Saadiq - Stone Rollin’ // Best track Stone Rollin’”
Ryan Adams - Ashes & Fire // Best track Do I Wait”
St. Vincent - Strange Mercy // Best track Cruel”
Tune-yards - W H O K I L L // Best track Gangsta”
Wilco - The Whole Love // Best track Art of Almost”

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