Michael Giegerich’s ‘Best of 2013’ In Music

I could preface my list of personal favorite records from 2013 with a stereotypical tangent concerning how difficult it was to handpick each choice, but that would be a completely boldfaced lie. Throughout the year, each one of these albums stood out to me as soon as they emerged from my headphones and latched onto my mind for the weeks and months that followed. That’s not to say there weren’t any surprises within my audio experiences, as a certain Pittsburgh rapper who wasn’t even on my musical radar ended up blowing me away while an old favorite managed to reach complete redemption after a plethora of disappointing outputs.

Enough of the talk, though. I’d rather let the music speak for itself, so without further ado, here are my ten favorite records from 2013 (in no specific order, of course…or are they?).

1. Danny Brown – Old

2. Citizen – Youth

3. A$AP Rocky – Long.Live.A$AP

4. Northlane – Singularity

5. Dance Gavin Dance – Acceptance Speech

6. NAILS – Abandon All Life

7. Mac Miller – Watching Movies With The Sound Off

8. Fit For A King – Creation|Destruction

9. Coheed and Cambria – The Afterman: Descension


10. Fit For An Autopsy – Hellbound

Mike Giegerich
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