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Updated by Gessica Puglielli on Dec 22, 2014
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The Best Albums of 2014

Rebel Rebel Music's Best Album of 2014 Choice

Demon by Gazpacho

It is literally impossible not to fall under the spell of Demon, few albums can considered so enjoyably haunting... Gazpacho's 8th album is enchanting, captivating, sweetly unsettling, addictive, perfect. 4 tracks for a total of over 45 minutes of mesmerising music offering cinematic views and closing with "Death Room", a 18.30-minute suite that requests at least 5 listenings a day. READ MORE

Between The Shadow And The Soul by Anna Phoebe

Anna Phoebe is one of those musicians who have dedicated their life and heart to Music. Her new album Between The Shadow And The Soul is her third studio album as a soloist and probably her most mature work so far, where grandeur and magnificence merry... READ MORE

Walking On A Flashlight Beam by Lunatic Soul

Pink Floyd meet Brian Eno meet Nine Inch Nails meet world music... if this isn't enough for you to rush and pre-order Lunatic Soul's upcoming album, then I'm not sure I can be of any help. For those unfamiliar with the name, Lunatic Soul is a side... READ MORE

Charlot by Alessandro Quarta

Alessandro Quarta 's mediterranean, sensual roots can clearly be heard in his latest album , inspired and dedicated to one of his idols, Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin.READ MORE

Second Nature by Flying Colors

Originated from an idea by producer Bill Evans and featuring former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy, Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse, Neal Morse (Spocks beard, Transatlantic), Dave LaRue (dixie Dregs), and Casey McPherson (Alpha Rev), prog-pop-hard-rock band Flying Colors are back after two years from their homonymous debut album, with a brilliant new CD, out on Mascot Music on October 6th. READ MORE

Alium by Submotion Orchestra

The Leeds seven-piece return with their third album, this time on Ninja Tune's new imprint. Successful festival appearances across the UK & Europe has grown their audience at the boutique niche arenas such as Latitude and The Big Chill. Will this release garner a larger following?READ MORE

Magnolia by The Pineapple Thief

The Westcountry is not a hot-bed of musical talent. I should know; I lived in a middle-of-nowhere Somerset village for eight horrific years and the one time I picked up a drumstick my brother ended up wearing an eye-patch to school for a week. Muse and...

Fall In Love With The World by United Progressive Fraternity

When an album has such a statement as title it can do nothing but inspire a certain kind of curiosity. Honestly, when I was approached to review Fall In Love With World I didn't know United Progressive Fraternity, but once I listened to the album it was...READ MORE

Disconnect by John Wesley

OUT MARCH 31, 2014 ON INSIDEOUT MUSIC Classic authentic rock meets progressive. Former Porcupine Tree guitarist John Wesley is back with a brand new album that will make rock fans jump in jubilee.READ MORE

Lazaretto by Jack White

Inspired by plays and short stories that he wrote when he was 19, Lazaretto is Jack White 's second studio album. Released on 10th June 2014, Lazaretto reached number one on the Billboard chart. The album starts off with the song "Three Women". This song is classic Jack White.