There was a huge pile of gold to listen to this past year. It seems that these trying times have motivated musical artists to unearth substance and soar into our desperate ears. There were already a plethora of good albums that came out in March, so you could only imagine how many more sad girl
Now that the majority of the U.S. population is taking steps toward social distancing, it’s peaceful to know that we can still count on good new music coming in. Although we can’t see the artist’s live, jumping up and down, sticking out their tongues, and riffing on their guitars, we are still thirsty for quality
2019 was a year brimming with new lyrical marvels each week, just waiting to splatter us with sound waves. Here are my top 35 songs of the year, bundled into a home. I put them in an order that could do their rhythm’s justice. This is a playlist of songs I love, in non-sequential order.
Angel Olsen is back with some introspective howls in her new album, All Mirrors. It holds the heartbeat of a masterpiece and lets us in, as she lets go of a significant love interest to confront her spinning thoughts. Her voice rattles from cages away, mirroring some of the choices she had made in her