2015 year is behind us, it time for little recollection, we are here presenting you top ten albums in previous year.
10. Destroyer “Poison Season”
Imagine the situation where this album is on the cassette, you are putting it in your Walkman and going out on the empty streets of the city, you will listen it for hours, but happy to have it.
9. The Libertines “Anthems for doomed Youth”
There have been eleven years since their last album, we expected to hear from them an old sound, mature and little boring, but they brought us refreshment, inspirations and vividness, like the brake didn’t occur.
8. Fidlar “Too”
West coast skate punker isn’t always the first choice, but if you are child in the soul, who doesn’t want to grow up, then this album is perfect for you, with a sound of rhythmically hard punk you will listen this album with great enjoyment.
„There’s a secret we wanna know
But you keep it for your own
And all the kids wanna know
Where do I belong
Where do I go? “
7. Ben Khan “1000 EP”
After his “1992 EP” he published last year new EP which announced debut album in 2016. With first single “1000” he already gained offers from some records, but his funk incorporated with pop melody guarantees us excellent new album.
6. Bob Dylan “Shadows In The Night”
When it was first announced that Bob Dylan is making an album that is cover version of the songs that Frank Sinatra sang at some point, expectations were mixed, but he made his point. He sang these songs and they never sounded sincerer and more painful.
5. Leon Bridges “Coming Home”
The voice and sound of Leon Bridge is so amazing that seems like havens send us again Sam Cooke. Story of success of this young singer is unbelievable, he published two songs on Soundcloud, and one of them brought him extreme popularity and deal with Columbia Records.
4. Courtney Barnett “Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit”
This young Australian star just published her first album and already made great success. This album is one of those that once they caught you ear, you will stay in love forever. Each of these monologs is wacked and serious on its own way and she doesn’t hide her insecurities, each subject has a different music style, from rock and blues to folk.
3. Sleater-Kinney “No Cities to Love”
After ten years of recording break, Sleater -Kinney’s have shown us their good shape. Ten songs full of energy, passion and force but mixed with fine melody are packed in one compact content.
2. Rhiannon Giddens “Tomorrow Is My Turn”
This is a compilation of American pop ballads and she has proven with her strong voice that she can stand shoulder to shoulder with the greatest. Album is full of folk, blues, gospel and country music and Rhiannon has managed to move through genres without any problems.
1. José González “Vestiges & Claws”
This Sweden musician is on the scene since 2003, but with the album “Vestige and Claws” he made his success, soft and calm voice implies personal theme of this album.