This year was all about emotions, bravery, and women's voice. Bring back your memories with this compilation of what was the best about music in 2017 - sincerity, openness, and reflexivity. (The songs' order is non-evaluative.)
Delicate electronica meets acoustic sound. It's time for reflection, rest, relax, and a little bit of dancing.
Dark, intense, and beautifully affecting. Songs that will pull you out of your comfort zone and put you in an emotional rollercoaster.
Tara Jane O'Neil's self-titled album is named add some music's album of the week.
This is a journey through rock, electronica, acoustic thrill and folk sadness, which concludes with a metal's grand finale. Brought to you by Goldfrapp, British Sea Power, Mastodon, Julia Holter and many more.
Unfortunately, we're still waiting for a record that'll be as good as Seventh Tree. After experimental Tales of Us, which was magnificent, but not as Goldfrapp-y as one would as one would expect, we got Silver Eye, which should satisfy every person, who was searching for more electronic sound. And oh my, the beginning is … Continue reading Goldfrapp – Silver Eye
Aimee Mann's Mental Illness is an album full of beautiful, lightly produced, intense and dark folk music. Its form of coherent atmosphere is full of charm, but also frightening. Just like its cover art.
How she could do it, I don't know. Her talent is enormous, her gentility is magnificent, beauty of her music is astounding. Laura Marling recorded an album that you expected her to record. Semper Femina is as soothing and reflecting as it can get Laura Marling sixth's combination of delicacy and might makes this album both heart-wrenching … Continue reading Album of the Week: Laura Marling – Semper Femina
Indie pop, light guitars, a mellow atmosphere blends with soothing female voices, folk tunes, and pop ballads with a monumental synth-oriented conclusion. Brought to you by Coldplay, Timber Timbre, Chicano Batman, Sharon Van Etten, Grandaddy and much more.
Day Fever is a beautifully written, soothing collection of songs, delivered by subtle female voices and a mix of alt-folk, americana and electronic music. It's not a record-breaking milestone of a record, but a wonderfully executed, warm, reassuring and relaxing album, which moves you when you allow it to do so.
Jesca Hoop recorded a wonderful, beautiful and heartbreaking album, which will surely be considered not only as one of the best LP of 2017, but also her best yet. At first, I thought of Memories Are Now as a specific combination of Julia Holter, Laura Veirs, Sharon Van Etten, with a pinch of Joanna Newsom. And it stole my … Continue reading Album of the Week: Jesca Hoop – Memories Are Now
Sink into the new eclectic compilation, perfect for a long snowy nights. A playlist full of subtle and dancey electronic music and dream rock with some very strong conclusion by Brand New's classic song and Deadmau5 new banger.