As Christmas approaches, so album releases for this year are slowing down to the bare minimum of festive themed records, greatest hits collections and the odd big name record. Next year already looks set to be embarrassingly good, quite frankly, with some major new releases already on the cards. Let us guide you through some of the biggest and most exciting albums confirmed, expected or just anticipated to be gifted to us in What has he said about it? What have they said about it?
Some of 's zeitgeist-grabbing, conversation-driving pop music moments occurred completely outside the boundaries of the conventional album -- or even the song. Or the incurable excitement for snippets of Lady Gaga's now Grammy-winning " Shallow " first heard in the highly meme-able trailer for A Star is Born? Or the joy and terror of watching a guy on Instagram dance to Drake's "In My Feelings" in oncoming traffic? These ephemeral trends, digital events that linger in the mind, don't end up on lists like this. Still, the album is resilient. For musicians across genres, the format remains an effective, flexible, and absorbing way to capture a mood, a feeling, or an idea. Even in a year when many of music's biggest acts didn't release new collections -- or alienated fans by releasing weak projects -- there were still more good records than we knew what to do with. Here are the best of the bunch. Release date: June 1 Record label: Warp Why it's great: It's a struggle to untangle the idiosyncratic backstories and production histories that accompany a given album from the electronic musician Daniel Lopatin, who creates mind-bending compositions under the name Oneohtrix Point Never. Even a seemingly straightforward collection of songs like his tenth record Age Of , which follows his bracing and terrifying score for the Safdie Brothers' crime caper Good Time , arrives cocooned in satiric allusions to political theory and loopy narratives involving artificial intelligence.
Great questions, and a terrific answer, Joanna. You cannot do his job. I will, and have said before that is is one of the worst decisions to marry a doctor also. I think the only thing that can possibly be worse is if he was working in a different country. I've been married to a cardiologist for 30 years. Trust me, I too tried to make it work with my very Mormon also returned missionary ex-girlfriend. I grew up in Utah, attended BYU, and served a mission.
Personally, I like to have my own identity and not be defined by my attachment to Dr. I know after residency he would choose a flexible job which would allow for the most family time. Tough to say what will impact your girl most - but there's your best LDS. If your relationship has gotten very serious, your girlfriend will probably try to find agreement in your faiths. I was happy to read your blog.