2020 Most Read Reviews

It was the worst of times, it was the worst of times. Yet even in the bleakest moments of this past year when the world went into forced hibernation, new music never stopped being a vital life force for good.

To those artists who continued to release albums and songs during a worldwide pandemic I am eternally in your debt. The depth of support that music has given me during such a tumultuous year can never be overstated.

In terms of blogging I have found it difficult at times and that makes me even more grateful for every artist, fan, label, PR person and fellow blogger who has read or shared my writing this year. It means the world to be even a small part of the conversation.

Below you will find a list of the top twenty most read reviews on my site this year – many of these views have come directly from search engine hits which shows that blogging still spreads the word beyond the confines of social media.

Please click the links to read my original reviews and find out more about the incredible albums listed below. My full end of year ranked favourites lists will be published next week so stay tuned for that!

1.Natalia Lafourcade – Un Canto Por Mexico

2.Anoushka Shankar – Love Letters

3.Indigo Girls – Look Long

4.Whitney Rose – We Still Go to Rodeos

5.Puss N Boots – Sister

6.Jamie Wyatt – Neon Cross

7.The Chicks – Gaslighter

8.Emma Swift – Blonde on the Tracks

9.Tessy Lou Williams – Tessy Lou Williams

10.Brandy Clark – Your Life is a Record

11.Waxahatchee – Saint Cloud

12.Laura Veirs – My Echo

13.Sierra Hull – 25 Trips

14.Ashley Ray – Pauline

15.The Secret Sisters – Saturn Return

16.Courtney Marie Andrews – Old Flowers

17.Della Mae – Headlight

18.Margo Price – That’s How Rumours Get Started

19.Malin Pettersen – Wildhorse

20.Tami Neilson – CHICKABOOM!

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