Best of 2023: BigJerm’s Top 20 Albums, Part 1

[Editor’s Note: Every year, I try to gather some of the team to highlight some of the best from the year gone by. This year, I got sidetracked anbd delayed, but ove the next week or two, I will be sharing some of our favorite things from 2023 with all of our readers. I hope you enjoy!]

After a long and hard year I listened to a lot of music and these were my pick for 20 top albums of the year. Some known ones, some obscure ones, but all are really good. Today, we kick off with a countdown of 20 to 11. Be sure come back later this week for the top 10!

20. Feist – Multitudes

19. Handsome Family – Hollow

18. Killer Kin – Killer Kin

17. Shawan Rice – Fever Dreams


16. Mudhoney – Plastic Eternity


15. Yo La Tengo – This Stupid World


14. Kacimi – Couronne d’Ephémère

13. Kota the Friend – Lyrics to Go, Vol. 4

12. Fred Again… and Brian Eno – Secret Life 

11. Kali Malone, Stephen O’Malley, and Lucy Railton – Does Spring Hide Its Joy



Jeremy Ritch
Jeremy Ritch is a published writer and poet currently traveling the U.S. working on their next book. Jeremy has had many interesting life experiences and you can hear about some of them on Episode 3 of The Farsighted Podcast. You can get your hands on Jeremy's collections of poetry at their Lulu store. If you prefer you books digitally, Sidewalk Stories and Other Poems is available for Kindle at a discount price. They have a variety of other works all over the world wide web, as well. The long and the short of it is that Jeremy likes to write and we all like to read what Jeremy writes.
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