The team at Wales Arts Review pick their top Welsh albums of 2017, and for the first time we announce the Wales Arts Review Album of the Year 2017.
You can purchase all of these albums by clicking on the album title in red.
Best Welsh Albums of 2017:
Rufus Mufasa – Fur Coats from the Lion’s Den (Dope Biscuit)
Cotton Wolf – Life in Analogue (Bubblewrap Records)
Khamira – Khamira (Recordiau Bopa)
H. Hawkline – I Romanticise (Heavenly Recordings)
Calan – Solomon (Sain)
Sweet Baboo – Wild Imagination (Moshi Moshi)
Golden Fable – In the Aerie (Full of Joy)
Farm Hand – International Dreams (Shape Records)
Christopher Rees – The Nashville Songs (Red Eye Music)
Colorama – Some Things Take Time (Wonderfulsound Music)
And Wales Arts Review‘s Album of the Year 2017 is…
Fur Coats from the Lion’s Den
by Rufus Mufasa
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