Flashlite #361 – The Best Albums in 2015 (Part Two)

Best of 2015Today we continue our traditional review of the best records at the Little Lighthouse in the past year. The top 10 is here. We have double number one position, so two albums share the title of the best records this year. I thought about a lot which one to pick and decided to split the title between Andy Gabbard’s Fluff and Faux Killas Gravy. Gabbard’s Fluff is a well rounded, carefully thought-out record (although you may think the opposite from the title) and Faux Killas are a young new force from Memphis that blasted their debut as if they have rock’n’roll in their fingertips. The rest of the list follows bellow and then, check out the playlist for the top 10 if you have time. Oh, yeah… happy new year to everyone!!!

1 Andy Gabbard - Fluff
1 Faux Killas - Gravy
2 Warm Soda - Symbolic Dream
3 Kim Fowley's Psychedelic Dogs - Detroit Invasion
4 Tav Falco - Command Performance
5 Thee Oh Sees - Mutilator Defeated at Last
6 Disciplin A Kitchme - Opet.
7 Danny Kroha - Angels Watching Over Me
8 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Paper Mâché Dream Balloon
9 Datura4 - Demon Blues
10 OBN IIIs - Worth a Lot of Money
11 Bernays Propaganda - Zabraneta planeta
12 Giant Sand - Heartbreak Pass
13 Baddat For Trubbell - Tva sjundedelar av ett liv
14 Cairo Gang - Goes Missing
15 Soldiers Of Fortune - Early Risers
16 Zerodent
17 Fuzz II
18 Low Cut Connie - Hi Honey
19 Sonny Vincent and Spite - Spiteful
20 Ghost - Meliora
21 Vlasta Popić - Kvadrat
22 The Yawpers - American Man
23 Paul Kelly - The Merri Soul Sessions
24 The Bevis Frond - Example 22

Sweet Apple – Under the Liquor Sign;
Datura4 – Gravedigger Man;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Dirt;
Danny Kroha – Gloryland;
Disciplin A Kitchme – Hendrix Hendrix;
Thee Oh Sees – Poor Queen;
Tav Falco – Bangkok;
Kim Fowley’s Psychedelic Dogs – Detroit Is Electric;
Warm Soda – Find That Girl;
Andy Gabbard – Home Suite;
Andy Gabbard – Dreams;
Andy Gabbard – Lonely Girl;
Faux Killas – When You Get Wild;
Faux Killas – Dead Man;
Faux Killas – Get You to Work.

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