What to listen to when summer is in its full swing and Covid-19 detains you from travelling to your favourite vacation spot? Well, time to take a trip insight your mind ... or maybe even throw a socially distanced pool party if you are capable of. Whatever you do, make sure to have some Washed Out playing on your speakers. And we're not just talking about his brilliant new album "Purple Noon" but also the great mixtape mastermind Ernest Greene compiled for us.
Twelve months of great musical releases have passed and at the end of it it's time to recap the best of them like we always do when then the year is about to close its curtain. So, without further ado please find the fifty albums that impressed us the most during the past 12 months right here and feel happily invited to fall in love with those brilliant records as well.
Pulling off a whole album circling around the theme of motherhood coming from a male artist is - quite frankly speaking - exactly what we need in 2019. Devendra Banhart may be one of the few contemporary male artists who are able do that with a great deal of sensitivity, warmth and openness. His latest work 'Ma' combines all of these characteristics beautifully while approaching the topic in its full spectrum.
Moody music for the cold autumn and winter days is waiting for you, featuring Nick Cave, Angel Olsen, M83, Billie Eilish, Trentemøller, Black Sea Dahu, Death Cab For Cutie and plenty of other favourites from us.