Here it is, you’re one stop place to see all of SportsAlcohol.com’s Best of 2014 posts!
We wrote about 14 of our very favorites here, including not-so-usual suspects like We Are the Best! and Obvious Child.
Our very favorite movie of the year, The Grand Budapest Hotel, deserved its own write-up.
The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies was never in contention for our Best Of list, but it does have the most variety in animals that are ridden, so we did a podcast about it.
We counted down the top ten best TV shows. This year will be remembered as a year of comedy!
We provided alternatives for those who are so sick of hearing the rest of us gush about our No. 1 pic.
We noted that Comedy Central has really been living up to its name lately.
We lamented that no one else was watching Peaky Blinders (well, at least one of us complained about that).
We recorded a podcast about The Newsroom. How that show smarmed its way into a best-TV round-up is anyone’s guess.
We crowned St. Vincent’s St. Vincent as the best album of the year, doing a track-by-track analysis of her greatness (and also a quick study of her magnificent hair).
We also celebrated four other albums as the best of the year: Teeth Dreams by The Hold Steady, The Voyager by Jenny Lewis, Complete Surrender by Slow Club, and Lost in the Dream by The War on Drugs.
We called out the best-of-the-best, our very favorite songs from our very favorite albums, including “Blue Moon” by Beck, “Goshen ’97” by Strand of Oaks, “Nothing but Trouble” by Phantogram, “Lazerray” by TV on the Radio, “Seasons (Waiting on You)” by Future Islands, “Your Love Is Killing Me” by Sharon Van Etten, and “Lights Out” by Angel Olsen.
We stumped for our favorite songs that didn’t come from our favorite albums, including “I’m Not Part of Me” by Cloud Nothings, “Bury Our Friends” by Sleater-Kinney, “Water Fountain” by tUnE-yArDs, “Mr. Tembo” by Damon Albarn, “Lariat” by Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, “Bright Eyes” by Allo Darlin’, “Backseat Shake Off” by The Hood Internet, and “Scapegoat” by The Faint.
Is there a Spotify playlist for all this?” you ask. Of course there’s a Spotify playlist.
Rob picked out the best of ourselves, with his favorite contributions from the gang here at SportsAlcohol.com.