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1. Food Trend of the Year: FroYo. FroYo’ (frozen yoghurt) has become increasingly popular among Australians with its am taste and endless variety of flavours, toppings, and sauces. As the first New Zealand solo artist to top the US Billboard Hot 100, Lorde has demonstrated musical and lyrical talent comparable to artists who have been in the industry for decades.
The album is based on the 1958 Parisian musical Gigi, but was also inspired by Holter's life in the city-it is set distinctly within the context of the urban pastoral, conjuring the ambient noise of a bustling metropolitan area through swarming horns, or images of patrons walking on the streets with a cool-sung cabaret piece. The two men duking it out for the title of Soul King are both white, and the de rigeur style of rapping i. inging. Beyoncé is on track to sell a record number of an album she didn't even promote. Who could blame Maya Arulpragasam for making an album that feels a bit strange?
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It seems like only yesterday that we were popping bottles of Champagne on December 31, 2012, preparing to toast the year ahead. MORE: The Year in Television: 9 Shows That Blew Us Away in 2013. For those keeping track, 2013 was also a pretty big year for fashion.
In 2013, album lists aren’t just best-to-worst rundowns – they’re ways of demarcating what an album is (or isn’t) in the first place. An album of dub techno in 2013 is a risky proposition. Thankfully, Brian Leeds’ debut album manages to avoid many of the genre’s annoying (and, at this stage, extremely overdone) signifiers, and offers a fresh take on a well-worn sound. It would be doing Colonial Patterns a disservice to lump it in with 2013’s legion of ‘outsider house’ albums too, as here Leeds’ noisier elements seem simply to act as an extension of Mark Ernestus’ and Moritz Von Oswald’s hiss-drenched run rather than an attempt to mirror the perceived success of Container or Pete Swanson. Schott’s total avoidance of established trends is equally admirable, and The Weighing of the Heart is maybe the least idiomatic record in our entire list.