I Can’t Believe This Is Called Music! Top 2019 Albums of 2019, Part XXI: 20-11

Engage phase 3! This is the ranked portion of our best of 2019 extravaganza! These are the 20 albums I remember the most fondly, those that resonated the most with me, and of which I keep the most vivid memories. So, let’s begin the last stretch of this comically long journey with numbers 20 through 11!

Part I: 2019-1920

Part II: 1919-1820

Part III: 1819-1720

Part IV: 1719-1620

Part V: 1619-1520

Part VI: 1519-1420

Part VII: 1419-1320

Part VIII: 1319-1220

Part IX: 1219-1120

Part X: 1119-1020

Part XI: 1019-920

Part XII: 919-820

Part XIII: 819-720

Part XIV: 719-620

Part XV: Read more

I Can’t Believe This Is Called Music! Top 2019 Albums of 2019, Part XX: 120-21

Part I: 2019-1920

Part II: 1919-1820

Part III: 1819-1720

Part IV: 1719-1620

Part V: 1619-1520

Part VI: 1519-1420

Part VII: 1419-1320

Part VIII: 1319-1220

Part IX: 1219-1120

Part X: 1119-1020

Part XI: 1019-920

Part XII: 919-820

Part XIII: 819-720

Part XIV: 719-620

Part XV: 619-520

Part XVI: 519-420

Part XVII: 419-334

Part XVIII: 333-221

Part XIX: 220-121

Part XX: 120-21

Maria Faust, Tim Dahl, and Weasel Walter – Farm Fresh (Gotta Let It Out)

The alto sax, bass, and drums trio made of Faust, Dahl, and Walter aims to bridge Eastern European folk and experimental jazz. Maria Faust’s Estonian heritage … Read more

I Can’t Believe This Is Called Music! Top 2019 Albums of 2019, Part XIX: 220-121

Part I: 2019-1920

Part II: 1919-1820

Part III: 1819-1720

Part IV: 1719-1620

Part V: 1619-1520

Part VI: 1519-1420

Part VII: 1419-1320

Part VIII: 1319-1220

Part IX: 1219-1120

Part X: 1119-1020

Part XI: 1019-920

Part XII: 919-820

Part XIII: 819-720

Part XIV: 719-620

Part XV: 619-520

Part XVI: 519-420

Part XVII: 419-334

Part XVIII: 333-221

Part XIX: 220-121

New Age Doom – New Age Doom

New Age Doom is a Vancouver-based project by Eric J. Breitenbach and Greg Valou, who are joined in by Kurt Schindelka on saxophone, Zeb Pigott-Duggan on violin, Nori Akagi on taiko, and Vi An Diep on … Read more

I Can’t Believe This Is Called Music! Top 2019 Albums of 2019, Part XVIII: 333-221

Starting with number 333 on our list, and until number 1, all albums have been reviewed! So, let’s start this second phase of our top 2019 of 2019, which will end with number 21, ushering in phase 3 and its ranked top 20! If you’ve somehow missed the previous parts, here are the links.

Part I: 2019-1920

Part II: 1919-1820

Part III: 1819-1720

Part IV: 1719-1620

Part V: 1619-1520

Part VI: 1519-1420

Part VII: 1419-1320

Part VIII: 1319-1220

Part IX: 1219-1120

Part X: 1119-1020

Part XI: 1019-920

Part XII: 919-820

Part XIII: 819-720

Part XIV: 719-620

Part XV: 619-520

Part Read more

I Can’t Believe This Is Called Music! Top 2019 Albums of 2019, Part XVII: 419-334

Part I: 2019-1920

Part II: 1919-1820

Part III: 1819-1720

Part IV: 1719-1620

Part V: 1619-1520

Part VI: 1519-1420

Part VII: 1419-1320

Part VIII: 1319-1220

Part IX: 1219-1120

Part X: 1119-1020

Part XI: 1019-920

Part XII: 919-820

Part XIII: 819-720

Part XIV: 719-620

Part XV: 619-520

Part XVI: 519-420

Part XVII: 419-334

Martin Tétreault – Plus de snipettes​ !​

77:28
various
Montréal, Québec
Actuellecd

Galena – Sliced

24:57
progressive rock, post-hardcore
Asheville, North Carolina
Independent

Dentype – Why So

31:23
mathcore, noise rock
Montréal, Québec
Independent


Sunday, 20

The Murder of Rosa Luxemburg – Everyone’s in Love and Flowers Pick Themselves

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