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Various - 2018 (The New Year Starts Here!) (15 Tracks Of The Month's Best Music) album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: 2018 (The New Year Starts Here!) (15 Tracks Of The Month's Best Music)
Released: 2017
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 385
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26, if you look carefully), music from the 15th century to the 21st - each represented by a track we particularly cherished, and arranged here alphabetically by composer. While it’s fun to dip in and sample, the album unfolds its full mesmerizing effect when you follow the singers on their squiggly line through music history, weaving together the ancient and the new in wondrous ways. CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM.

The top albums for 2018 generated by compiling year end lists from major publications. Since this is where the discussion on end of year lists is I thought I'd post mine here. Other misses: - John Prine: The Tree of Forgiveness - Against All Logic (. : 2012 - 2017 (best electronic/dance album of the year) - Eric Church: Desperate Man (don't @ me) - Shopping: The Official Body - Skee Mask: Compro (in the Honorables, but better than Jon Hopkins) - Amanda Shires: To the Sunset - Tomberlin: At Weddings - mewithoutYou: - Ashley Monroe: Sparrow - Kelly Moran: Ultraviolet - Kadhja Bonet

It’s that time of the year again. Party season is ramping up, and at the same time we begin to round up the music that’s been sending you into full-blown rave overload over the last 12 months. It's time for the definitive rundown of the best tracks of 2018. 2018 has offered up a lot of dance floor ammo too. Peggy Gou provided a crossover smash fit for a FIFA soundtrack, disco-infused bangers have appeared ten-fold and Amelie Lens has taken the world by storm  . 15. 'Homerton B' Unknown T (Universal Island).

Here are our picks for the best songs of the year. Listen to selections from this list on our this site playlist and Apple Music playlist. There have been so many random shocks of tragedy this year that mourning can feel a daily experience. And like all good Carly Rae Jepsen songs, it makes that sound like the very first time.

After a massive year in music, NME count down the 100 greatest albums that have been released throughout 2018. The Michigan rockers may well be America’s biggest new rock band, and their hair-raising debut album has done the impossible: pleasing the old Led Zep fans while gaining a new wave of young fans. Girls – ‘In A Poem Unlimited’. Here, he revels in wonder and astonishment at the beauty and bizarreness of the world around him, his wonky art-pop more skewed than ever.

RA staff pick their favourite electronic albums from the last 12 months. To compile this list, we reflected on this year's Best Music features, then asked RA staff and contributors to compile their favourites from 2018, eventually whittling down our picks to the 41 titles you'll find below

These new faces blew us away in 2018. Here's hoping they stick around. Sometimes you relate to a debut album so intensely you wonder if the band or artist robbed your heart and mind before heading into the studio. Last year, artists like SZA, Sampha and Phoebe Bridgers were the noteworthy thieves-they released slam-dunk albums that engaged with our pathos and our minds alike, leaving us wondering how it was possible that we’d never heard them before. In 2018, the cycle continued. New faces-some of whom had never even dropped a single prior to January-made some of the best records of the year.

Sydney’s official festival program alone has 80 events across arts, culture, food and sport, making it one of the largest Lunar New Year celebrations outside Asia. We've picked out some of the highlights welcoming in the Year of the Pig that are sure to satisfy your hunger and enlighten your cultural learning. In 2019, Chinese New Year is celebrated on Tuesday, February 5. RECOMMENDED: Late night dining in Sydney.

Tracklist

1 HC McEntire* Baby's Got The Blues 4:03
2 La Féline Comité Rouge 4:47
3 No Age Soft Collar Fad 2:28
4 Tyler Childers Whitehouse Road 4:41
5 Roy Harper Freak Suite 3:01
6 The Limiñanas Pink Flamingos 2:45
7 Xylouris White Only Love 3:31
8 Boubacar Traoré Ben De Kadi 5:46
9 The Lost Brothers Halfway Towards A Healing 3:59
10 The Durutti Column Red Shoes 3:15
11 Stick In The Wheel Follow Them True 2:47
12 Calexico Bridge To Nowhere 3:09
13 Nadine Pews 4:45
14 Jim Ghedi Home For Moss Valley 6:53
15 Lankum What Will We Do When We Have No Money? 5:50

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Sound Performance

Credits

  • Compiled By – Tom Pinnock
  • Mastered By – Andrew Thompson
  • Producer – Mick Meikleham

Notes

Cover mount CD included with the February 2018 ("Take 249") issue of Uncut magazine.
Magazine front cover displays - Free CD!

Catalogue number TAKE 249 appears on the front of the sleeve and on the disc.
Catalogue number UNCUT 2018 02 appears on the back of the sleeve.

Released in a printed card sleeve.
No timings are shown on CD or sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 2100007344263 CUT02 2018
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK98
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9R88
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