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The Last Mixed Tape Reader’s Album of the Year 2014 – Voting

Stephen White

The short-list is up and voting is now open for The Last Mixed Tape Readers’ Album of the Year 2014.

With 2015 on the horizon the Last Mixed Tape has just unveiled it’s Top 20 Albums of 2014 (click here to read more). Now T.L.M.T has come-up with a carefully chosen short-list of L.P’s  for readers to vote for their Album of the Year.

2014 has been a landmark year in Irish indie music with a rich myriad of albums coming out from some of the country’s most exciting artists. Now, for the first time, readers can have their say in our annual Album of the Year reader’s poll.

Not only will the artist whose album is chosen as number one be the first TLMT Readers Album of the Year, but they will also receive a FREE day of studio time courtesy of Station Studios, Balbriggan to help them keep creating and producing music that connects with our readership so well. For more information on Station Studios and what their studios have to offer, visit stationstudios.ie.

Voting will close on Sunday, December 14th. See below for the full list of albums to pick from.

To vote simply click on the album/artist of your choosing and press the “Vote” button found at the end of the panel.

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18 thoughts on “The Last Mixed Tape Reader’s Album of the Year 2014 – Voting Leave a comment

  1. Great list guys but oh but oh but:
    What about these 2 albums, surely should be up there,great albums, very non commercial,superb Irish acts

    the matinee idles – a festival of colours(4 cats the bird and the baby-records)
    a lazarus soul – the last of the analogue age

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