Ford’s Faves: Best of 2018, Part 2

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Ford’s Faves: Best of 2018, Part 2

Ford's Faves

In no particular order, in-house music aficionado and buyer Tim Ford graces us with his musings on the best releases of the year. Can’t get enough? He’s also somehow still allowed to run our Instagram — check it.

Faves for 2018, Part 2

Charles Bradley

Black Velvet

Released on the one year anniversary of his death, this album collects b-sides and unreleased songs to make a collection of deep soul that truly celebrates his career

U.S. Girls

In A Poem Unlimited

Somehow building an album from anger and political frustration and making it into something danceable and more accessible than anything she’s put out before.

The Band

Music from Big Pink (50th Anniversary)

The greatest debut from the greatest band of all time.  Period.

Born Ruffians

Uncle, Duke and the Chief

Born Ruffians have finally made the indie-pop masterpiece they were striving for all these years.

They’ve always been great.  Now they are perfect.

Elvis Costello

Look Now

Back after almost a decade, Costello is the equivalent to the cool Uncle who shows up to your family dinner to save your sanity just before you snap and throw the mashed potatoes on the living room floor because Aunt Janet doesn’t understand why you don’t have kids yet.  Its my choice, Janet!

The Decemberists

I’ll Be Your Girl

Somehow going from brainy pastoral folk to electronic new order/smiths 80’s pop…

Only Colin Meloy and crew can pull off this kind of sorcery.

Florence + the Machine

High as Hope

With pipes bigger than a bonus round in Super Mario, Flo has made another epic record perfect to score your run through a dew soaked fields of dreams.

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