The Best of 2018: Albums

Let me be clear. This was not a good year for music. In fact, this was a bad year for music. And I don't mean deaths of musicians, tragedies, or other random sad or unfortunate events. Artistic level of albums released in 2018 was not satisfying to say at least. After a magnificent 2015 and … Continue reading The Best of 2018: Albums

The Best of 2017: Songs

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.)

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  Modern folk turns dark and mysterious turning into the powerful, ominous, yet amusing rock, which invites you to get on a dancefloor and release the energy. Brought to you by an unobvious pairings of Randy Newman and Grizzly Bear, Queens of the Stone Age and Foster the People, and more.

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This is where melancholy merges with strong statements, heartbreak with mellow musical collages, classics with modern sounds, rock with electronica and rap. This is where you find darkness, even sadness, yet peace and a potential for lightness. Kendrick Lamar, Gorillaz, Mount Eerie and more.

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Delicacy and subtlety merges with strong statements and melancholic atmosphere with the magnificent new songs by Alt-J, Fleet Foxes, The Afghan Whigs, Pallbearer and more. One of the top alternative artists presents what's the best in contemporary music, by delivering satisfying compilation of insightful songs.  

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This playlist takes you on an uneasy, but rewarding road from the agressive jazz and hardcore punk, through shoegaze and alternative rock, to intense experimental ballads and fusion jazz; from the classic tunes by Pink Freud, Miles Davis and The Mars Volta, to the new singles by Ride, Spoon and At the Drive-In.

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This subtle compilation of synth sounds, acoustic music, sonic collages and soudtracks provides the feeling of relaxation, reflection and sentimentality. Beautiful and soothing songs from Little Dragon, Laura Marling and Mew with a pop feel from Jens Lekman and Paul Simon's classic are completed with a moving musical frame of soundtracks' originals and Grails' latest … Continue reading add some music #79

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This two-part intense journey through emotional angst, anthemical sorrow, thrill and relief makes you want to scream from both desperation and chest ripping excitement. This monumental playlist delivers rock collosi, electronic uncertainty, pop reflection with film conclusions. Prepare for an adventure provided by Godspeed You! Black Emperor, The Necks, The Staves, Einar Stray Orchestra, and … Continue reading add some music #78

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Led by the great new single by Gabrielle Aplin, a compilation full of dreamy pop, R&B, rap with a feeling of longing and hope, sorrow and joy. Backed by the latest releases by Pharell Williams, Taylor Swift, J. Cole, and Colin Stetson with his wonderful interpretation of Górecki's 3rd Symphony.

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Soothing playlist for a cold, winter day filled with delicate and subtle, yet often stark compositions, which makes this compilation perfect for a reflective chillout. Laura Marling, Elbow, Ryan Adams, and more helps you to relax and contemplate, while watching beautiful December sunset/sunrise.

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Let off some steam with the compilation of the best American metal masterminds, vehement electronic music and guitar monuments. Metallica teams up with Baroness, Mastodon, and receives help from Justice, Miranda Lambert, Chris Forsyth, John Mayer, and others to create an energizing and eclectic mix.

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Listen to the mix of latest soul, electronic, and rock hits. Little bit of anxiety, darkness, intense athmosphere, and whole palette of contrasting emotions, specially for you to set this specific mood for your long winter nights. Delivered by Common, Alicia Keys, The xx, Childish Gambino and more.