Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes Picks Her Favourite Records Of The Year

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Photo Credit: Monica Lozano // Teri Gender Bender (middle)

We invited artists, labels and publicists to tell us which records or artists they’ve personally enjoyed over the last twelve months, Teri Gender Bender‘s picks below. Le Butcherettes‘s new album, A Raw Youth, is out now via Ipecac Recordings.

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Deantoni Parks- Technoself (Leaving Records)
This album is one of its kind. Deantoni is a man of many brilliant futuristic shades and has done it again. Many people from the music world are unconsciously and consciously influenced by him.

Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr – Postcards From Paradise (UMC)
I love the resonance through out the album. Great song writing. Found myself singing many of the songs in my sleep after only two listens.


Trickfinger- Trickfinger (Acid Test)
John is a very exceptional music composer. Love the journey of this record, the sound scapes and drum beats are out of this world.”


Jaga Jazzist- StarFire (Ninja Tune)
Some good friends of mine have recommended this peculiar and mind altering Norwegian band. Star Fire is a strong album. The musicality in all the details really make the listener feel at ease.

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Vince Staples- Summertime 06′ (Virgin EMI)
Some close friends love Vince and would play this record around me all the time on tour… Immediately, falling for the great engineering and production/ performance on this record. (Sounds phenomenal through van speakers)


Sleaford Mods- Key Markets (Harbinger Sound)
This record makes me want to break my head open to the heavens. So good. Witty AND comical AND mean spirited at its finest.

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Julieta Venegas- Algo Sucede
Poetry. It has great poetic story telling and is her recent work resonates with current world events without being all in the listeners face about it. Her lyrics are beautiful and her voice… Don’t get me started on her voice.


Public Image Ltd – What The World Needs Now… (PIL Official)
The world needs more PIL, please. Great tones. Powerful vocals. Great record to lay on the floor and breathe.


Miguel- Wildheart (RCA)
The production team work level in this is beautiful and surpasses the 10.”

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