50 Best Albums of 2014

U2 unleashed a brilliant surprise, Bruce Springsteen hit a new peak, St. Vincent made deliciously weird noise and more

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EMA, 'The Future's Void'
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45. EMA, 'The Future's Void'

Erika M. Anderson made the best Nineties album of 2014 (if any of us were worried about technology and surveillance taking over our lives 20 years ago). Her follow-up to 2011's awesome Past Life Martyred Saints pulses, clangs and simmers — it's unsettling one moment, soothing the next and always a smartly satisfying listen.

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