Best of Boogie: The Year in Music [2018]

Posted on: December 31st, 2018 at 5:00 am by

Plenty of new music hit the airwaves throughout 2018. Over at Boogie, these are the records kept our turntables, well … turning. What did we miss? Leave ’em in the comments.

Holly’s Picks

1. Hinds – I Don’t Run
2. Idles – Joy as an Act of Resistance
3. First Aid Kit – Ruins
4. Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending
5. Car Seat Headrest – Twin Fantasy (Face to Face)
6. Ben Howard – Noonday Dream
7. Death Cab For Cutie – Thank you for Today
8. Muse – Simulation Theory
9. Hatchie – Sugar & Spice (EP)
10. A Perfect Circle – Eat the Elephant

Honorable Mention
Chvrvhes – Love is Dead

Elie’s Picks
1. Shannon Shaw – In Nashville
2. Hinds – I Don’t Run
3. Idles – Joy as an Act of Resistance
4. Gorillaz – The Now Now
5. Janelle Monae – Dirty Computer
6. Greta Van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army
7. Sunflower Bean – Twentytwo in Blue
8. Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel
9. Dilly Dally – Heaven
10. Hatchie – Sugar & Spice (EP)

Honorable Mention
Fontaines DC – Too Real (EP)

Allison’s Picks

1. Nicki MinajQueen
2. Moby – Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt
3. Suicidal TendenciesStill Cyco Punk After All These Years
4. Popcaan – Forever
5. Mac Miller Swimming

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