Best Albums of 2009…according to Woodcraft Folk

Another in our festive series of posts asking a few friends in the music industry to submit their own ‘Best Albums of 2009‘.

Best Albums of 2009 according to … Woodcraft Folk

Favourite albums of 2009 compiled by Alan Outram.

1: Bill callaghan: Sometimes I wish we were An Eagle
2: Beak-Beak
3: Broadcast and Focus Group- Investigate Witch Cults Of The Radio Age
4: Euros Childs: Son Of Euros Child
5: Shogun Kunitoki- Vinonaamakasio
6: Withered Hand- Good News
7: Jim O’Rourke- The Visitor
8: Animal Collective: Merriweather Post Pavillion
9: Flaming Lips: Embryonic
10: Wooden Shjips- Dos
11: Grizzly Bear

“The Woodcraft Folk debut album, Trough Of Bowland is a perfect blend of electronica doodling and folk inspiration.  Banjo, organ, xylophone and glockenspiel are some of the instruments that effortlessly merge with melodica, synthesizers, electric bass, field recordings and the occassional drum machine to create relaxing technicolour sounds that bring a smile to my face and a warmth to my soul.” – read the whole album review

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