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Here’s my pick of the best music of the year that came my way that proved to have the most lasting impressions on me.

Happy Holidays

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1) Lisa Gerrard – The Twilight Kingdom (Gerrard Records)

2) Johannes Dimpflmeier – Untitled (and/OAR)

3) David Sylvian – There’s A Light That Enters Houses With No Other House In Sight (Samadhisound)

4) Ian Holloway – There Is Nowhere Here (Quiet World)

5) Alio Die & Sylvi Alli – Amidst The Circling Spires (Projekt)

6) Peter Hammill – All That Might Have Been… (Fie! Records)

7) Lino Capra Vaccina – Antico Adagio (Reissue) (Die Schachtel)

8) Lost Girls – Lost Girls (3 Loop Music)

9) Edvard Graham Lewis – All Over (Editions Mego)

10) Automat – Automat (Bureau B)

11) Hildur Guðnadóttir – Saman (Touch)

12) Beck – Morning Phase (Capitol Records)

13) Sun Kil Moon – Benji (Caldo Verde Records)

14) Tape – Casino (Häpna)

15) Jean-Louis Matinier / Marco Ambrosini – Inventio (ECM Records)

16) Superconnection – La Mer (M=minimal)

17) Black 47 – Last Call (self-released)

18) Elodie – Traces Ephémères (La Scie Dorée)

19) Max Richter / Daniel Hope – Berlin By Overnight (Deutsche Grammophon)

20) Peter Murphy – Lion (Nettwerk)

21) Psychic TV – Snakes (Angry Love Productions)

22) Kangding Ray – Solens Arc (Raster-Noton)

23) Pan Sonic – Oksastus (Kvitnu)

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