God Is In The TV's Albums Of The Year 2019

God Is In The TV's Albums Of The Year 2019

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49. Cate Le Bon - Reward

May 24, 2019
Critic Score
84
15 reviews

48. The Delines - The Imperial

January 11, 2019
Critic Score
83
4 reviews

An extraordinary and beautiful album.

46. Charli XCX - Charli

September 13, 2019
Critic Score
80
26 reviews

42. Hayden Thorpe - Diviner

May 24, 2019
Critic Score
79
10 reviews

41. Sleaford Mods - Eton Alive

February 22, 2019
Critic Score
79
14 reviews

40. Black Marble - Bigger Than Life

October 25, 2019
Critic Score
72
8 reviews

39. Jenny Hval - The Practice of Love

September 13, 2019
Critic Score
81
15 reviews

Jenny Hval’s The Practice of Love's music and lyrics are undeniably thought-provoking and can easily take one’s mind to unknown subconscious places.

38. Shura - forevher

August 16, 2019
Critic Score
80
19 reviews

Forevher is an unapologetically romantic, sensual and hopeful record about going through a long-distance relationship, and eventually moving to New York to be with her partner. It’s a perfect expression of finding love and the ensuing changes that can bring.

36. Modern Nature - How To Live

August 23, 2019
Critic Score
75
7 reviews

34. Husky Loops - I Can't Even Speak English

Husky Loops - I Can't Even Speak English
September 6, 2019
Critic Score
72
3 reviews

31. Hammock - Silencia

Hammock - Silencia
November 15, 2019
Critic Score
77
2 reviews

29. Men I Trust - Oncle Jazz

September 13, 2019
Critic Score
90
1 review

25. Dave - Psychodrama

March 8, 2019
Critic Score
89
11 reviews

24. Julia Jacklin - Crushing

February 22, 2019
Critic Score
84
27 reviews
It’s painfully autobiographical, raw and unapologetic in its personal, open hearted honesty.

23. slowthai - Nothing Great About Britain

May 17, 2019
Critic Score
83
17 reviews
The most thought provoking debut of the year will have you flipping and reflipping until you know it all off by heart like a grim prospectus of the realities of life out there once we finally come out of the other side.

20. Weyes Blood - Titanic Rising

April 5, 2019
Critic Score
86
27 reviews

She is the spokesperson for generation Y. Which in a way cleverly juxtaposes with her o nostalgic 70’s production style of folk and art rock.

18. Stella Donnelly - Beware of the Dogs

March 8, 2019
Critic Score
82
23 reviews

By giving voice to her experiences Stella Donnelly is an artist giving a face to today’s climate of injustice, gender imbalance and music industry sexism and abuse, she’s giving voice to the voiceless, she’s turning the tables, ripping power from the powerful with humour.

17. Marika Hackman - Any Human Friend

August 9, 2019
Critic Score
84
19 reviews

This record will be described as sexy and filthy but it is also heart-breaking and grotesque and beautiful and funny and complex.

16. Desperate Journalist - In Search of the Miraculous

Desperate Journalist - In Search of the Miraculous
February 22, 2019
Critic Score
92
3 reviews

In Search of the Miraculous is another brilliant record from the best band in the country whose star is rising.

15. Richard Dawson - 2020

October 11, 2019
Critic Score
86
14 reviews

14. These New Puritans - Inside the Rose

March 22, 2019
Critic Score
75
20 reviews

It’s an absolute masterpiece, their finest work, an album to rave about and wave in the faces of those who claim that no one makes classic albums any more and music was so much better in my day and oh shut the fuck up will you.

13. Better Oblivion Community Center - Better Oblivion Community Center

January 23, 2019
Critic Score
80
23 reviews

Every time I listen to this record I want to immediately start listening to it again and that is the reason, because Better Oblivion Community Center is better than most other records.

9. Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride

May 3, 2019
Critic Score
78
36 reviews

‘Father of The Bride’ is a mostly enjoyable and well-produced spring delight, a worthy entry into Vampire Weekend’s consistently surprising and brave discography.

8. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Ghosteen

October 4, 2019
Critic Score
92
30 reviews

It’s a strange, beautifully bewildering record that I’m finding equally bewildering and enchanting.

7. Hatchie - Keepsake

June 21, 2019
Critic Score
79
18 reviews

It’s a fitting name for an album that captures the exact moment she became a special artist. That feeling should be something to treasure, just like this incredible record itself.

5. Solange - When I Get Home

March 1, 2019
Critic Score
82
23 reviews

When I Get Home is an uncompromising and leftfield sequel to ASATT, that captures the essence of why Solange is such a singular talent.

4. Aldous Harding - Designer

April 26, 2019
Critic Score
84
19 reviews

Designer is an album to be experienced, made to immerse yourself in, not to intellectualise.

3. Fontaines D.C. - Dogrel

April 12, 2019
Critic Score
91
20 reviews

Fontaines DC are as important as they come.

2. Michael Kiwanuka - Kiwanuka

November 1, 2019
Critic Score
86
25 reviews

You will be inspired by his respectful, authentic and memorable nod to his old soul idols (from Gil Scott-Heron to Bobby Womack) but most importantly you are likely to be inspired to follow his new found courage on self-belief.

1. Big Thief - U.F.O.F.

May 3, 2019
Critic Score
83
22 reviews

Big Thief emphatically rise to the challenge with their most unselfconscious album yet. Their musicianship feels utterly entwined with their songwriting and it’s their most vivid and best release to date.

Original Source: http://www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk/2019/12/17/giittv-album-of-the-year-poll-results-2019/
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