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Dec15

Strictly Albums Of The Year: We Are The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves

John Maus really broke through in 2011 garnering the kind of attention that the synth star had been denied in the previous years, and the timing couldn’t have been better, as he uncorked a sensational LP.

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Dec15

Strictly Albums Of The Year: Demolished Thoughts

Reading and alternative legend Thurston Moore stepped out on his own again in 2011 with a gorgeous album produced by another Reading legend, Beck!

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Dec14

Strictly Albums Of The Year: The Harrow & The Harvest

We don’t often feature Country and Folk on Strictly Reading and Leeds but Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings’ masterpiece, The Harrow & The Harvest, was simply too good to ignore.

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Dec14

Strictly Albums Of The Year: Go Tell Fire To The Mountain

The mysterious Wu Lyf revealed themselves in 2011 amid a storm on controversy and backlash, but one thing that wasn’t in dispute was the quality of their startling debut.

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Dec13

Strictly Albums Of The Year: SBTRKT

The man in the mask finally released his full length debut in 2011 and boy was it worth the wait, a masterclass in subtle soul and hot beats, says Strictly Editor David Hayter.

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