St Vincent topped the album chart this year with her self titled album St Vincent

Albums Of The Year

Tracks Of The Year

Future Islands
Seasons (Waiting On You)
Can’t Do Without You
3Fat White Family
Touch The Leather
4War On Drugs
Red Eyes
5Run The Jewels
Blockbuster Night Pt 1
7St Vincent
Digital Witness
8Jamie T
9Royal Blood
Little Monster
10Mac DeMarco
Chamber Of Reflection
  1. Lana Del Rey – West Coast
  2. Merchandise – Little Killer
  3. Jungle – Busy Earnin’
  4. Jack White – Lazaretto
  5. Kate Tempest – Marshall Law
  6. Shamir – I Know It’s A Good Thing
  7. Iceage – The Lord’s Favourite
  8. Aphex Twin – minipops 67 (source field mix)
  9. Alvvays – Archie, Marry Me
  10. Honeyblood – Super Rat
  11. Jamie T – Love Is Only A Heartbeat Away
  12. Run The Jewels – Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)
  13. Damon Albarn – The Selfish Giant
  14. St Vincent – Prince Johnny
  15. Warpaint – Dicso//Very
  16. Mac De Marco – Passing Out Pieces
  17. Taylor Swift – Shake It Off
  18. Interpol – All The Rage Back Home
  19. Slaves – Where’s Your Car Debbie?
  20. Perfume Genius – Queen
  1. Cherry Glazerr – Had Ten Dollaz
  2. Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence
  3. Death From Above 1979 – White Is Red
  4. The War On Drugs – Under The Pressure
  5. Manic Street Preachers – Futurology
  6. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – In The Heat Of The Moment
  7. Sharon Van Etten – Every Time The Sun Comes Up
  8. Protomartyr – Scum, Rise!
  9. Sleater-Kinney – Bury Our Friends
  10. La Roux – Uptight Downtown
  11. Ex Hex – Hot And Cold
  12. SBTRKT – New Dorp New York
  13. Juce – Call You Out
  14. Sun Kill Moon – Ben’s My Friend
  15. Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
  16. Gruff Rhys – American Interior
  17. Ariel Pink – Put Your Number On My Phone
  18. David Bowie – Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)
  19. Alt-J – Hunger Of The Pine

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