13 Best Albums You Might Not Know About But Need To, In My Humble Opinion

by Matt Miller

(Are you craving new music?  We are always on the hunt and Matt Miller put together a list of his musical secret weapons (with a bit of explanation) which we agree are all worthy of the Thursday 13… Scope out what you’re interested in, get your click on to their youtube vids and tell us what you think!)
1. Charlie McAlister – Mississippi Luau  (lo-fi, outsider musician, on-some-other-level-weird-shit)
2. The Joggers – Solid Guild  (math rock with harmonies and awesomeness)
3. Peter and the Wolf – Lightness  (mellow folk)
4. The Everybodyfields – Halfway There : Electricity and the South  (mellow folk, more traditional)
5. Thanksgiving – The River  (mellow singer-songwriter)
6. Thunderlip – Thunderlip  (high energy southern rock with metal/punk influences)
7. Lullaby for the Working Class – I Never Even Asked For Light  (acoustic folk rock)
8. Coachwhips – Bangers vs. Fuckers  (garage style punk rock)
9. The Art Museums – Rough Frame  (lo-fi psychedelic indie)
10. Weedeater – God Luck and Good Speed  (stoner metal)
11. Slint – Spiderland  (creepy, experimental post-rock)
12. Mac DeMarco – 2  (catchy, feel-good guitar-riff indie rock)
13. White Lung – White Lung  (female vocalist punk rock)