Another Interesting Year in Music

Another Interesting Year in Music

(On Some Alternative Rock / New Wave Albums in 2014) (part 2)

In the last issue, I featured 25 Alternative Rock albums that were released in 2014. They are proofs that there would always be interesting music in any given time, depending on what genre the listener prefers. Now, here’s another list of 25 albums released last year, under the same genres.

Future Islands – Singles
The Heartbreaks – We May Yet Stand a Chance
The Horrors – Luminous
Information Society – Hello World
Interpol – El Pintor
James – La Petite Mort
Johnny Marr – Playland
Kaiser Chiefs – Education, Education, Education and War
Kasabian – 48:13
La Roux – Trouble in Paradise
Lights – Little Machines
Manic Street Preachers – Futurology
Maxïmo Park – Too Much Information
Morrissey – World Peace Is None of Your Business
Mr. Twin Sister – Mr. Twin Sister
Natalie Merchant – Natalie Merchant
Neil Finn – Dizzy Heights
New Found Glory – Resurrection
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Days of Abandon
Peter Murphy – Lion
Pixies – Indie Cindy
The Primitives – Spin-o-Rama
Rancid – Honor Is All We Know
Roddy Frame – Seven Dials
Simple Minds – Big Music

Final Note

And those albums are not all. We still have Metal, Pop, Progressive Rock, Hip-hop, or whatever other genre you might prefer. All a music enthusiast needs to do is to look for whatever kind of music she loves listening to. There’s the Internet, Google, and Wikipedia. Make use of them!

In this Internet age, there’s no room for complaints concerning the lack of new interesting music, because the problem, really, is the lack of a sense of adventure and the initiative in some people. Don’t be one of them!

(to be continued in the next issue)