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The Best Electronic Music of 2013

Above all, 2013 was a year when electronic music's cream of the crop did what they do best and left no one wanting for more.

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múm: Early Birds

While we might never again hear múm create the music that they did on their debut, thankfully Early Birds has produced some more material from that time.

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Hauschka: Salon Des Amateurs

Salon Des Amateurs is great fun and probably the most floral piece of belle époque kitsch you’ll hear all year: perfect background music for your Baudelaire reading group, but it might be a bit much for less adventurous ears.

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Gregory and the Hawk: Leche

There's something I'm not hearing that tons of people are. Loved by many, this tired, trite, and often unlistenable record is one of the worst things I've heard all year.

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Múm: 23 October 2009 - Washington, DC

It's impossible to watch Múm perform without a dumb smile on your face.

Cole Stryker
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Various Artists: Made in Iceland

This collection might have been swallowed up by Iceland's financial crisis, but perhaps that's just as well -- it probably wouldn't have made much of an impact anyway.

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múm

múm is the sound of fairytales -- the crystal clear icicles dripping as the weather warms, the melt water feeding lush green, making what was once barren and ice-covered full of life.

Anita Schillhorn
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Múm: Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy

Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy may serve as an affirmation, both of Múm's lasting viability after flagging somewhat on their last effort, and of the practicability of their new seven-piece line-up.

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Múm: Yesterday Was Dramatic - Today is OK

Mùm's debut may be five years old, but it's so alive and adventurous it sounds like it was recorded today, or tomorrow even.

Dave Heaton
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Múm: Dusk Log

Mike Schiller
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Múm

Shannon Wearing
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Múm: Finally We Are No One

Mainly the quartet makes the kind of music that you might expect fairies to make.

Jeremy Schneyer
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