YOUR TOP 11 OF 2011

It’s been a massive year of stellar releases with some highly anticipated albums from artists we love (and a bunch of exciting Aussie newcomers) – certainly delivering the goods. Some of the stand-outs (in no particular order) that are still dominating the Music Feeds’ office include:

Collarbones – The Ghostship

Megastick Fanfare – Grit Aglow

Jonti – Twirligig

ActiveChild – You Are All I See

Agnes Obel – Philharmonics

Kate Bush – 50 Words for Snow

Bill Ryder-Jones – If

Gotye – Making Mirrors

Oscar + Martin – For You

Boy and Bear – Moonfire


Friendly Fires – Pala

Cut Copy – Zonoscope


Laura Marling – A Creature I Don’t Know

The Jezabels – Prisoner

Foster The People – Torches

Sparkadia – The Great Impression

M83 – Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming

And that’s only the surface! Being one of the hardest years EVER to agree on a top 10, we’ve decided to add one extra digit in light of the year and put it out to you to vote on your TOP 11 ALBUMS OF 2011.

We are giving away a mega CD prize pack of some of the year’s best new albums from The Black Keys, Grouplove, Gorrilaz (Singles Collection), Seasick Steve, Professor Green, Smashing Pumpkins reissues, Dead Letter Chorus, Beni, Lykki Li, Kate Bush, The Horrors, Biffy Clyro and HEAPS more!

In fact, just to add another number to the mix – there’s 66 albums from across the year sitting here on our desk in a pretty package waiting for you to devour.

So get voting Below – argue YOUR TOP 11 OF 2011 out with your mates on our discussion threads – and get yourself in the running for this ridiculously amazing prize.

Everyone who submits a vote will go into the running to win the Music Feeds mega CD prize pack.

All you have to do is submit your favourite 3 albums of 2011, we’ll collate the results and post online on Dec 30th and the winner will be randomly (the perfectly democratic old school way) drawn out of our editors mad hatter hat.

Competition has closed.

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