A few of my favorite things from 2018

Music

Albums

  1. The Fernweh by The Fernweh
  2. Lump by Mump
  3. Broken Politics by Neneh Cherry
  4. 1, 2, Kung Fu! by Boy Azooga
  5. Physical by Gabe Gurnsey
  6. Je Suis Une Ile by Halo Maud
  7. Songs of Praise by Shame
  8. Persona by Rival Consoles
  9. Hope Downs by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
  10. Freedom by Amen Dunes
  11. Constant Image by Flasher
  12. Be The Cowboy by Mitski
  13. And Nothing Hurt by Spritualised
  14. Thrush Metal by Stella Donnelly
  15. Qualm by Helena Hauff
  16. Iran Iraq IKEA by Les Big Byrd
  17. Empty Words by Whyte Horses
  18. Little Dark Age by MGMT
  19. Possible Dust Clouds by Kristin Hersh
  20. Wide Awake! by Parquet Courts

Reissues

Compilations

Songs

Shows

Books

Movies

TV

Lucky to have Clare and Esme in my life. Unhealthily obsessed by music. Doing brand things at Happify Health after working at and running agencies.

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Gareth Kay

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Lucky to have Clare and Esme in my life. Unhealthily obsessed by music. Doing brand things at Happify Health after working at and running agencies.

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