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You might have resigned yourself to spending the next month venturing not much further than your garden, so this means it's very important your summer playlist is in excellent condition. Right now we're enjoying the recent drops from DJ-producers Daniel Avery and Romare, as well as the surprise indie album from Taylor Swift. Whether you're looking for something to zen you out at the end of the day or a rousing playlist for your daily dose of time outside, we're here to help with our selection of the releases of the year so far complete with the tracks you can skip to, should you wish. This nine-track release from Romare, aka London DJ Archie Fairhurst, will transport you to the thrumming, dusky light of a festival on Friday night, with the sort of atmospheric and soulful dance music which makes you long for a swaying crowd. Reminiscent of the output of artist like Daphni , or the more melodic cuts from Joy Orbison, highlights on Home include the zippy, bass-heavy 'Heaven' and 'Gone', a sprawling, eight-minute builder built round an ethereal voice that moans over soaring waves that eventually crash against a circling drum loop. Skip to: 'The River' — Snatches of vocal samples ping-pong against a marching beat in this spiritual track, which features a Messianic voice singing about a promised river while percussive sounds rattle overhead. Amazon Spotify Bandcamp. Lianne La Havas' self-titled third album is hypnotic and beguiling, languishing thoughtfully in the aftermath of a break-up in a series of bare and beautiful guitar tracks.
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T he most compelling albums released this year include three Brits with vastly different sounds, a year-old Angeleno and an elder statesman of the New York underground rap world. Almost all of them deal, in one way or another, with the current moment of global anxiety—whether directly protesting authority figures or offering an escape valve. Cast your vote in the reader poll. While New York, Los Angeles and Chicago still predictably serve as homes to flourishing jazz scenes, a city across the pond has emerged as a hotbed for cutting-edge musicianship: London. Diverse, inspired appearances from the Los Angeles singer Georgia Anne Muldrow, the Nigerian-British Afrobeat star Obongjayar and the London rapper Jehst all serve as testaments to the flourishing breadth and intensity of the music of the modern black diaspora. Powerfully, Straus has openly embedded her sexuality in her music from the start, turning simple love songs into statements of queer identity and rallying cries for contemporary romance. Like many other enduring artists, Bon Iver has used each of his albums to explore a new sonic world. He started with modest acoustic strumming arrangements For Emma, Forever Ago , expanded into horn-driven stadium rock Bon Iver , then swerved into the digital world with autotuned maximalism 22, A Million. There are lulling campfire songs and gritty rock grooves, frenetic jazz saxophones and menacing trap drums.
The top most popular and best selling hit albums downloaded on iTunes today. To listen to the music or download any of the top albums you must have Apple's iTunes player installed on your system. The chart of the current top albums in the USA on iTunes is updated hourly. Chart of the top albums last updated: Tuesday, August 4 , am Pacific Time. To Love a Fool Cory Asbury. Night Visions Imagine Dragons. Billie Eilish. RWBY, Vol. While I'm Livin' Tanya Tucker.