If you didn’t do enough kicking back in 2013, then get ready for some serious chill time accompanied by some good tunes. Serving up this aural therapy is none other than The Loft as they roll out their Year in Review, a collection of some of the most noteworthy performances, intimate musical sessions and recordings by the best in contemporary eclectic music. Their list is so chock full of gems that they had to break it up into two parts. So cozy up and listen to the goodness that 2013 brought to The Loft.

Part 1
Jason Isbell – “Elephant,” “Songs That She Sang In The Shower” and “Super 8”
Randall Bramblett – “Roll” (live at SiriusXM) and “Detox Bracelet”
Neko Case – “Man”
Lee Harvey Osmond – “Freedom”
Mavis Staples – “Can You Get To That?”
Jenny O. – “Come Get Me”
Elvis Costello & The Roots – “Tripwire” (remix) and “Stick Out Your Tongue”
Frank Turner – “Losing Days,” “We Shall Not Overcome” and “The Way I Tend To Be” (live on the BBC)
Jonathan Wilson – “New Mexico”
Eels – “New Alphabet”
Phosphorescent – “Song For Zula”
Jim James – “State Of The Art” and “A New Life”

Part 2
Jamestown Revival – “California (Cast Iron Soul)” and “Revival”
Lord Huron – “She Lit a Fire”
Foy Vance – “Joy Of Nothing”
Escondido – “Don’t Love Me Too Much”
Valerie June – “Somebody To Love” (alt version)” and “Workin’ Woman Blues”
Trixie Whitley – “Irene”
Austin Lucas – “Alone In Memphis” and “Four Wheels”
Typhoon – “Artificial Light”
Cayucas – “A Summer Thing” (live at SiriusXM)
Washed Out – “Paracosm”
J.C. Brooks & The Uptown Sound – “Ordinary”
Eric Burdon – “Water”
Willie Nile – “American Ride” (live at SiriusXM)

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