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Boogie Staff Picks: The Year in Music 
1. Cat’s Eyes – Cat’s Eyes
Completely different from Faris Badwan’s other garagey punk band The Horrors — he teamed up with soprano and classical composer Rachel Zeffira to create Cat’s Eyes.
2. JEFF the Brotherhood – We Are The Champions
Gritty, loud…the killer two-piece from the South give their all for We Are The Champions.
3. The Jezabels – Prisoner
Kate Bush’s voice reincarnated – great album for the goth, post-punk chick in all of us.
4. Radiohead – The King of Limbs
Continuing to experiment, Radiohead takes it even a little further with a deep, atmospheric sound.
5. Tori Amos – Night of Hunters
Tori’s ability to create simply beautiful pieces of work has not escaped her, and she continues to make each one unique.
6. Deer Tick – Divine Providence
Pour a drank and get rowdy — Deer Tick’s fourth release in five years keeps with their anthem.
7. Real Estate – Days
This album embodies simple lazy days — a must have for anybody commuting during rush hour in NYC…
8. Cult of Youth – Cult of Youth
With a rhythm section not to be challenged, Cult of Youth’s self-titled release is the most unique on this list. Pounding yet introspective, you can’t help but fall into the groove of their sound.
9. PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
A raw, strong album with a personal message, this one deliberately hits a nerve.
10. Kate Bush - 50 Words For Snow
Muted keyboards and hushed vocals…50 Words For Snow is dark and eerie, just as it should be.