Top Ten of Twenty Fourteen: Andrew Low of The Jazz June

The Jazz June (photo by Brett Barto)

The Jazz June (photo by Brett Barto)

It’s been another big year for reunited indie/emo rockers The Jazz June who originally started their eight year run in 1996 in a small town in Pennsylvania named Kutztown. The band stopped playing live in 2004, but remained close and continued to write songs and collaborate on each others’ projects.

In addition to releasing their first full-length in 12 years, After The Earthquake, this month via Topshelf Records, the band will made appearances Fun Fun Fun Fest and will play a string of holiday shows with Brooklyn’s Field Mouse (listed below).

Ghettoblaster recently caught up with vocalist, guitarist and friend Andrew Low to ask about his favorites for the year. These are the 11 albums he was digging this year.

Angel Olsen, Burn Your Fire For No Witness

Alvvays, S/T The Spider Bags, Frozen Letter Field Mouse, Hold Still Life

Beach Slang, Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street

Caribou – Our Love

King Tuff, Black Moon Spell

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Wig Out at Jagbags

Strands of Oak, Heal

Sharon Van Etten, Are We There

The War on Drugs, Lost in the Dream

After The Earthquake was released on November 11 via Topshelf Records and is available to order in the label store and on iTunes and Amazon.

12/27 – Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus Tickets

12/28 – Washington, DC – DC9 Nightclub Tickets

1/2 – Boston, MA – Middle East Upstairs Tickets

1/3 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle Tickets

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