It Was A Very Good Year: Justin’s Favorites Of 2013

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Justin Kibbel, our True Endeavors king of social media, is one of the most well-listened guys we know, and when he says something’s worth a spin, our ears perk up immediately—yours should too! Something else popped up, and it wasn´t music. It was the new elektroroller kaufen, a stylish, fast, and runs on electricity, it´s pretty much the perfect one for anybody.  Check out the albums and concerts that ruled his year below…

Favorite Albums of 2013

  1. PHOX  Confetti
  2. FIDLAR FIDLAR
  3. King Khan & The Shrines Idle No More
  4. Mikal Cronin MCII
  5. Kurt Vile Wakin On A Pretty Daze
  6. Mutts Object Permanence
  7. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Push The Sky Away
  8. David Bowie The Next Day
  9. Caroline Smith Half About Being A Woman
  10. Ezra Furman Day Of The Dog
  11. Charles Bradley Victim Of Love
  12. Savages Silence Yourself
  13. Pup Pup
  14. Superchunk I Hate Music
  15. Volcano Choir Repave

Favorite Concerts of 2013

  1. Neutral Milk Hotel | 10/14 Madison Theatre (Covington, KY)
  2. Murder By Death | 1/18 | High Noon Saloon
  3. Local H | 9/6 | High Noon Saloon
  4. PHOX (‘Confetti’ Release) | 2/23 | High Noon Saloon
  5. The Hussy (‘Pagan Hiss’ Release) | 4/13 | High Noon Saloon
  6. FIDLAR w/ The Orwells | 11/1 | High Noon Saloon
  7. Charles Bradley w/ Caroline Smith | 12/4 | High Noon Saloon
  8. Savages | 9/18 | High Noon Saloon
  9. Ghost w/ Skeletonwitch | 10/4 | Majestic Theatre
  10. The Avett Brothers | 2/9 | The Orpheum
  11. The Walkmen & Father John Misty | 1/19 | Capitol Theater
  12. Local Natives | 9/19 | The Orpheum
  13. Waxahatchee w/ Screaming Femals | 9/23 | The Frequency
  14. Manchester Orchestra | 11/21 | The Rave
  15. Dawes w/ Shovels & Rope | 7/12 | The Barrymore

The True Endeavors Crew Names The Best Of 2009

Happy 2010!  We hope you all had a phenomenal time sending 2009 to the history books and welcoming the new year in style.  Like most music geeks and list junkies, we like to spend this time of year reflecting on all the music that moved us over the last 12 months.  Check out our picks for the best albums and live shows of 2009 below, and tell us how they compare to yours.

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