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My Go-To Albums Lately

they call for and hold up to repeated listens
1Sarathy Korwar
Day to Day


serious AOTY contender here
2Stevie Wonder
Innervisions
3DM Stith
Heavy Ghost
4Jenny Hval
Innocence Is Kinky


are you looking to be left breathless? try this
5Jenny Hval
Apocalypse, girl
6Taylor McFerrin
Early Riser
7Koenjihyakkei
Angherr Shisspa
8Melt Yourself Down
Last Evenings on Earth
9Radiohead
The King of Limbs
10Marika Hackman
We Slept at Last
11Bob Dylan
Blonde on Blonde


got on another Dylan kick after watching Scorsese's documentary No Direction Home; i recommend it highly
12Autolux
Pussy's Dead


these guys are easily one of the most underrated bands of the modern era
13Regina Spektor
11:11


the instrumentation on this is so bare but the vocals and songwriting turn it into something pretty extraordinary
14Young Magic
Still Life
15Ulcerate
Shrines of Paralysis


m/
16Ngaiire
Blastoma
17Ramones
Ramones
18Wormrot
Voices


this appears to be their best album. the melodic/atmospheric touches are absolutely killer
19Cruel Youth
+30mg


not a guilty pleasure
20Tinariwen
Amassakoul
21KOGNITIF
Soul Food


this is some real nice instrumental hip-hop; a huge array of moods but always thick and full of lively sampling
22Zealotry
The Last Witness


think i might prefer this to Shrines just a bit- i dig the more old-school vibe, plus it's a little bit proggier without going over the top
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