|Top Albums 2022|
Go We Again Here, I did this while enjoying some ale.
Ambient/Experimental: Ambient with melt-y ambient vocals.
Meow at the Moon
Synth-Pop/Electronic/Soundtrack/Cat. Halloween the cat movie delivers on the cheese and catchy, Recommended for late night autumn rides on your bike before Halloween, meow.
|23||The Breathing Effect|
I've Never Seen The Northern Lights
Ambient/Folk/Drone: Album for drinking and staring at the northern lights (i've only done one of those things).
|22||Jeremiah Chiu & Marta Sofia Honer|
Recordings from the Åland Islands
Ambient/Drone: See Album Title, is accurate
Post-Hardcore/Metalcore/Experimental: Fusing the more electronic leanings of erase me and bringing back the more dark leanings of disambiguation in aural assault, this might not be they're best but man does it deliver.
|20||The Callous Daoboys|
Math Rock/Metalcore/Experimental: Gents n Ladies showing new ways to redefine and push boundaries of experimental metal in 2022, this should seriously be higher on the list.
|19||Brian B. Thomas|
Pop/Electronic. A guy from my south-indian-american community low-key drop's an absolute gem of 80's pop euphoria. Clever concept on the tracks and title as well.
Post-Hardcore/Noise Rock: Aggressive "beat the sh*t out of the patriarchy" album Part I.
Punk/Hardcore: Aggressive "beat the sh*t out of the patriarchy" album Part II in mostly Japanese with some english.
Hip-Hop/Abstract. NYC based hip-hop ruminating the memorial of 9/11 through nasa's hazy wordplay.
The Line Is A Curve
Hip-Hop/Spoken Word/Experimental. Kae transitions and releases their brightest and most honest and human album to date.
Electronica/Synth-wave/Chill, i took a flight to hawaii and this was my on repeat soundtarck.
The Weeknd tries Depeche Mode and leans heavier into his MJ influence featuring Jim Carey
Gay Surfer Country Sexy Voice Introspection Time
Drill Music in Zion
Hip-Hop/Made In 3 Days: Lupe casually running on peak God-mode with his word play, oh yea he teaches an MIT class.
Metal/Alternative/Progressive. Spiritbox throw out the progressive metal rule book and write even more alternative-y jams.
Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers
Hip-Hop/Cinematic: Kendrick admits to everyone that he has problems like all of us and that they don't go away with money.
|8||Moxy The Band|
Synth-Pop/Experimental/Rock: Supergroup-ish thing? empowered vocals backed by a bunch of dudes who plays metal but learned to bring that intensity into a synth-pop-wave thing.
|7||Jason van Wyk|
Ambient/Drone: the peace that provides calm with reading Monday morning emails.
Post-Rock/Ambient: the mid 2000s post-rock called they missed you and want you to melt for 30 minutes.
Heal My Head
Alternative/Rock/Indie: the mid 2000s t&n roster called they missed and want you to deconstruct your faith
Emo/Indie/Math Rock: the mid 2000s emo phase called you it's now smarter, more mathy, and more talented.
Alternative/Indie/Emo: the late 90's/early 2000s alt rock phase called you it's dealing with being sober but can be relatable with how little you have accomplished.
Rock/Metal/Pop: Rory's Daddy dies and is sad for a lot of the record, also some girl broke his heart, but he is a daddy himself now, and he is happy. God his vocals are so good, instrumentals support him wonderfully, idc that it sounds like hurtwave, it's euphoric.
Rock/Alternative/Pop: Yes A Smith wrote a smart hard rock record, maybe it's not the best but it's definitely my favorite. Worth a spin for sure.