Top Ten of Twenty Fourteen: Nai Harvest

Nai Harvest

Nai Harvest

Nai Harvest recently released split 12-inch with Playlounge, which is a perfect example of the Sheffield duo’s prowess and a perfect introduction to their sound. They’ve already grown from twinkly emo to shoegazey alt-rock, but asically, they cover everything good about melodic ’90s guitar music.

Ghettoblaster recently caught up with the duo to ask about their favorite albums of the year. This is what they were enjoying in 2014.

Happy Diving, Big World

Alvvays, Alvvays

Bloddy Knees, Stitches

Literature, Chorus

Playlounge, Pilot

Ty Segall, Manipulator

Sport, Bon Vayage

Cloud Nothings, Here And Nowhere Else

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