Favorite Albums of 2021

 
 
As another dystopian year comes to its conclusion, I've rounded up my favorite albums of the year. 
 
I've been watching a lot of older films in favor of newer ones since the pandemic shifted the cinematic experience from theaters to flat screens. But really great and interesting new music is continuing to be released with many older artists recharged and new artists refreshing genres.

In no particular order, here are my favorites:
 
 
 
Nas - King's Disease II
 
 
 
 Adele - 30 


 
Ruth Mascelli - A Night At The Baths 
 
 
 
 J. Cole - The Off Season
 


 

 
Pet Shop Boys - Discovery (Live in Rio 1994)
 
 
 

 
Nation of Language - A Way Forward 
 


 
Mica Levi - Zola (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 
 


Matthew Milia - Keego Harbor 

 

 
Same Eyes - Parties to End
 
 

 
Gary Numan - Intruder
 

 

 
Kanye West - Donda
 

 

 
Ryan Adams - Big Colors 
 

 

 
The War on Drugs - I Don't Live Here Anymore 

 

 

 
Rostam - Changephobia    

 

 
Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders, London Symphony Orchestra - Promises


 
Meek Mill - Expensive Pain 


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