With the pop culture swing-o-meter lunging towards Coldplay’s home turf of environmental responsibility, globally-minded politics and spirituality, Chris Martin and co. finally delivered the album they’ve been threatening to make for years – one with tunes, toothsome lyrics and – gasp – swearing! That track saw signature pungent vocals soaring atop a sample of Florida greats Plies and Trina’s ‘So Clean’, and they were name-checked in the lyrics: “Was raised off of Trina, Trick, Rick, and Plies”. And he had a new album called ‘IGOR’ – and what an album. After Manchester, the death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller and a called-off engagement with Pete Davidson, Grande gracefully considers how life could have been and how it turned out, tangling sweet melodies with embattled production. In a nutshell: Flower Boy has a bad break up, asks if they can still be friends. In the five years since his previous album, Bill Callahan got married, became a father and attained a level of beatific perspective that could probably settle international conflicts. It’s a comforter that wraps itself around you when you’re feeling low and a resilient reminder that there are brighter times ahead.”, In a nutshell: Born-out-of-time singer-songwriter laments paving of paradise and putting-up of a parking lot. These are notable albums, defined as having received significant coverage from reliable sources independent of the subject. At the time NME called it a “synth-pop-rock’n’roll-bedroom-indie-trap-hip-hop-break-up album”. Erland Cooper Remind Me Tomorrow was a grown-up record that didn’t sound jaded. Painfully. LS Read the full review. A contender for the best album of the band’s career, it was followed by sequel sister record ‘Part 2’, which proved to be a rock beast, marking 2019 as a real purple patch for Foals – one of Britain’s most essential bands. Fellow Midlands native Jaykae’s fiery appearance on ‘Grow Up’ also indicated that part of this record’s charm lays in its distinctly anti-London perspective, which enabled Slowthai to speak from a more inclusive perspective. Its successor, ‘Assume Form’, was a gear change, trading the unsettling splutters of noise for warmly plunking bursts of piano. “A lot of this record is about how you get to an age where you feel confident in yourself and comfortable in your own skin,” he told NME. Laura Snapes Read the full review. Lewis fully leans in to her best west coast troubadour mode on her fourth solo album, spinning endlessly captivating yarns of estranged lovers and lost hopes. It features contributions from Tim Drummond, Emmylou Harris, Levon Helm, Karl T Himmel, Ben Keith, and Robbie Robertson. New ground … Carrie Brownstein, left, and Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney. On ‘Map Of The Soul: Persona’, they used the psychological theories of Carl Jung to explore ideas of identity (the riff-fuelled rap-rock of ‘Intro: Persona’) and delved into Greek mythology with the swaggering ‘Dionysus’. Hold my can, lads, I’m going in. We’ll no doubt see the mainstream scrabbling to replicate it.”. This is a band caught deep in one of the songwriting grooves of the century. LS Read the full review. The emergence of a new Desert Sessions album in 2019 was something of a surprise. With ‘Dogrel’ the band also proved that they’re not just a band of five punks who shout a lot. Huge. JB, In a nutshell: The ultimate pop icon taps into the Latin pop zeitgeist. ‘Heavy Is The Head’ delves into the Croydon rapper’s experiences with fame and the responsibility that comes as part of the package, a multi-textured musical package that shows vaulting ambition. “Now, I’m so amazing.” EH, In a nutshell: Van Etten goes widescreen with surprise heartland rock epic. Not everyone loves Post Malone, but everyone loves at least one Post Malone track. Curry’s triumphant second studio album reminded us of the greatness within his home state of Florida – especially on the booming ‘CAROLMART’. Actually, it’s a few days since the Tories won an absolutely massive majority and voters roundly rejected a government offering to reduce inequality in a country with more food banks than branches of McDonald’s. The strongest tracks, though, are when he slinks softly around guests Travis Scott and RosalÍa. JB, In a nutshell: Jim finds love in a hopeless place. There comes a point in young adulthood where you really get deep into figuring out who you are. Naughty Denzel. The title, the new age font, the tie-dye colours of the album artwork – they all indicate that Hot Chip are getting in on the very 2019 taste for rave culture. He asked himself – and the listener – honest questions about gender and sexuality. Best moment: The glittery pop waltz of ‘Crazy’’s chorus. Like Caroline Polachek, Hannah Diamond and so many others this year, Amber Bain uses super-synthetic electropop and soft rock to say much rougher, grittier truths. End-of-year stuff is always a big deal for us here at NME, so it’s extremely exciting to unveil our pick of the best albums of 2019, as voted for by NME staff and critics. – and in our world of lies and gaslighting, we need that north-star constant more than ever. The following is a list of albums released in 2019. It was confident, cohesive and filled with banging tunes. Charli XCX’s long-awaited third album proper firmly puts to bed asinine questions about whether she is a mainstream pop star or a left-field one: here is someone not just punching above their weight but operating in an entirely different cosmos, unconcerned about putting goofy nostalgia (1999) next to deeply queer bass workouts (Click), trance-tinged, cocksure flexes (Next Level Charli) alongside cage-rattling anxiety anthems (Gone). Kyann-Sian Williams, NME said: “Across these 10 tracks, Simz utilises her most valuable commodity: honesty.”, In a nutshell: The irresistible lovechild of punk, grime and austerity Britain. These Melbourne punks are best enjoyed from just out of gobbing-range of the stage, but their debut album proper was ludicrously good fun nonetheless, a collection of unreasonably great songs that – at just 29 minutes total – rush by like a strawpedo-ed tinny. It was a generous, compassionate and honest album, too. LS Read the full review. Riotous anthem ‘Spin Girl, Let’s Activate’ was a battle cry for dancefloor dwellers, while ‘Power to the People’ – which sampled chanting activists and audio from a ’80s ACT UP rally – was a glorious protest song. BBT Read the full review. The Brooklyn band’s second album of the year is earthier than UFOF, the glowing collection that arrived in spring. Her love for it is infectious. Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Watch videos, view photos more at GRAMMY.com. With every twist, Simz is already on top of the beat. Best bit: The cinematic, Steve Lacy-featuring tracks ‘Sunflower’ and ‘Flower Moon’. LS. Pang details a rebirth – the end of a marriage, a new start, a new creative partnership with producer Danny L Harle – and its avant-garde mix of airy synthesis and human tactility glistens with wonder. The chief grotbags of the British indie scene return, retaining a genuinely reptilian edge to their lounge lizard music. BBT Read the full review. One album can’t really contain the pop-cultural moment that is Lizzo – she is at her most enjoyable live, feeding back with a crowd that are delighted to see a star who looks like them, or, rather, not like everyone else in pop. Rough Trade Albums of the Year for 2019! Why not submit your album into our 2020 Album of the Year competition. With razor-sharp commentary that touched on everything from romance to success, exposed empty nationalism and even got nostalgic about the 99p Flake, ‘Nothing Great About Britain’ showcased the breadth of Slowthai’s focus and his ability to interweave humour and personality with the bleak and sometimes tragic. Slowthai wryly evokes the forgotten parts of the country through snapshots of working-class life: tea and biscuits, hiding drugs, fallouts with a stepfather, EastEnders’ Phil Mitchell. HM, In a nutshell: Colourful rap kiss-offs that turned the ‘Mooo!’ milk sour. ★ ALBUM OF THE YEAR 2019 ★ VOTING IS CLOSED! But the sheer zest for life in these bombastic, ultra-quotable self-empowerment tracks – as well as the pure-pop hooks – gives them intensity even on record. Key track: If, at the start of the decade, you’d told us the kid who ate cockroaches and talked about stabbing Bruno Mars in his goddamn oesophagus would end the 2010s with a song as heartbreakingly earnest as “Earfquake”, we’d have called you a goddamn liar. ‘Morbid Stuff’ was joyous and positive – a handbook to help you get by. WR, In a nutshell: Jungian K-pop with an intellect as big as the hooks. For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2019 in music . He gives more space than ever before to his vocalists, but he could never become a producer of straightforward backing tracks – his tumbling, symphonic funk is as impetuous and psychedelic as ever. BBT Read the full review. Fans had been waiting five years for a new Charli XCX album, a time in which the singer-songwriter moved away from the radio-ready synth-pop of hits like ‘Boom Clap’ and ‘I Love It’ towards crystalline, PC Music-affiliated experimental pop. LS Read the full review. With the reflective ‘Flowers’, which features soulful vocals from fellow Londoner Michael Kiwanuka, she closed the album with a passionate rap about fallen stars – such as Amy Winehouse – with whom she senses kinship. K-SW, In a nutshell: Old dudes in masks don’t age – they just get better. But it’s a disarming invitation to Hval’s most intimate work yet, one where she and her collaborators contemplate the purpose of existence and art in imagery that’s no less evocative for its surrealism. Michael Hann Read the full review. feel less like a history lesson and more like a glimpse into a beloved photo album. As she put it on ‘Ecstasy’: “Long live Sneaks.” JB, Best bit: The demonic voices that chant the album’s name on the title track. As with ‘Offence’, the wilfully primitive basslines on ‘Boss’ or ‘Therapy’ put her strong, independent tone front-and-centre. Best bit: When O’Connor sings “it’s not the same any more / It’s better” on moving closer ‘It’s Not The Same Anymore’. Best Moment: Those absolutely flawless high notes on ‘Cellophane’. Where his folky 2012 debut ‘Home Again’ often erred on side of caution, with more emphasis on pleasant tunes than weighty subject matter, this one was jammed with heavy stuff treated with a lightness of touch. Born out of his Sunday Service live sessions, it saw the rapper praise God, his wife, his family, God, Chick-Fil-A, God and, er, God. Having the Atlantans rap on her floaty R&B set her album apart from any other record in the genre this year. See which albums are sitting at the top of this year's charts. The album that shared her new pseudonym was similarly imaginative, pulling together inspiration from the Latin-pop and Batuque music she’d been exposed to since moving to Lisbon, Portugal. A breakup record that muses on the nature of relationships without romanticising them, All Mirrors sees Olsen drill down into the damaging power-play of past loves, interrogating how they have made her feel less-than, as well as the self-knowledge and peace their endings have occasioned. American Love Call is full of modern classics, from the falsetto raptures of How Can I Be Sure to the perfect country soul of Long Way Home. LS Read the full review. It was conceived in divided, aggressive times, and The Chemical Brothers sought to unite people with their awe-inspiring ninth studio album. Pushing her sonic boundaries, she crafted one of the year’s stand-out albums from a British rapper. Best bit: The bit in ‘Arabesque’ when jazz hero Femi Kuti lets rip on the sax. Long may it last. Twenty-seven tracks long, and with guests ranging from Solange to David Lynch, Flamagra is the most ambitious vision yet from the LA beatmaker. Aidan O’Rourke – 365: Volume 2 With the release of 365: Volume Two Aidan continues to present highlights from both his music and Robertson’s stories; and again collaborates with Mercury Prize-nominated piano and harmonium player Kit Downes. When did you last hear a genuinely new sound?! Get involved and join the conversation with #bnqtAOTY19. 2019’s not been great – in fact, things haven’t been great for a while – and Richard Dawson’s album suggests it’s not going to get any better in 2020. Thomas Smith, NME said: “A memorable and game-changing debut record, with Billie’s disruptive streak front and centre. While Tyler has always been chameleonic, on Igor his restlessness feels like a conscious choice for the first time, not just the jittering impatience of a young star looking to explore new sounds. AKA Trio: Joy On Joy, AKA Triocombine their very different disciplines with … It was a poignant conclusion to a triumphant record. The singles that heralded its arrival were spectacular – the crawling menace of You Should See Me in a Crown; Bury a Friend’s warped, unsettling glam stomp; Bad Guy’s cocktail of sharp lyrics and 60s spy thriller theme pastiche – but they aren’t significantly better than the rest of the album. The fourth Bon Iver album brought Justin Vernon full circle. CHECK THE RESULTS HERE! DS, In a nutshell: The Geordie Springsteen comes good. Calvin Harris and The 1975 led the field with two wins each at the 2019 Brit Awards. LS Read the full review. Lanre Bakare Read the full review. HM, In a nutshell: Reactions to a fast life that arrived in real time. Witness André 3000 appearing on the soulful opening track ‘Come Home’ for proof of his pulling power now. Ben Beaumont-Thomas Read the full review. JB, In a nutshell: Intimately-recorded bedroom album chimes with zillions. See the list of GRAMMY Awards Winners & Nominees for the Album Of The Year. GE, In a nutshell: The statesman of grime puts an arm around the youth. Pop in 2019 has been all about spontaneity, whether that’s the off-the-cuff language that’s crept into the biggest pop hits or the intensifying feedback loop between pop and TikTok. The best work yet from the London rapper – she was already one of the most technically accomplished MCs in the country, but broadens and popularises her craft here with affecting song forms. Singer Stefan Babcock sings about depression with biting humour. Physicality was absolutely key to Twigs’ art, and she wielded it like a weapon. Best bit: When, on the impossibly moving ‘Trouble’, he insists: “Any beef can be squashed if hands could be shaken.” JB, In a nutshell: Toronto punks exorcise depression with life-affirming singalongs. And maybe that’s what we need right now. Best bit: “When Banksy put the vest on me, it felt like God was testing me,” he raps on ‘Audacity’ of his Glastonbury performance – the way he pelts through the rest of the song with ultimate confidence proves he knows that he passed with flying colours. That track saw signature pungent vocals soaring atop a sample of Florida greats Plies and Trina’s ‘So Clean’, and they were name-checked in the lyrics: “, The emergence of a new Desert Sessions album in 2019 was something of a surprise. Felicity Urquhart is an award winning australian singer/songwriter/(former) radio & tv presenter. Makes crowd-surfing more comfortable. Oh. After Clairo’s lo-fi, bedroom-pop hit Pretty Girl went viral, there was the risk that her ascent to pop proper would obliterate the intimacy that made her appeal in the first place. There was an honesty and romanticism to ‘Dogrel’ that defined the record, and when Chatten snarled “Is it too real for ya?” on ‘Too Real’, irony was refreshingly thrown out the door in favour of true, cast-iron connection. Dense layers of fluttering gauze ... Amber Bain. From the future first-dance favourite that was the title track to the tongue-in-cheek ode to IRL boyfriend Joe Alwyn ‘London Boy’, it was a gorgeous collection of shimmering pop tunes. A whip-crack on from ‘Sweetener’, a record about survival and rediscovering joy, ‘thank u, next’ delved deeper into loss, digging into the complexities of going through emotional turmoil with the whole world watching. DS, In a nutshell: The closing of .Paak’s myth-making trilogy of albums. Best bit: The album’s dazzling opening 20-minutes, where four tracks (‘Eve Of Destruction’, ‘Bango’, ‘No Geography’ and ‘Got To Keep On’) go back-to-back without a moment of respite. Combining elements of mid-noughties emo with breathtakingly honest lyrics about drug addiction and mental health, this is a compelling, clearly realised record. K-SW, In a nutshell: New York indie heads go shoegaze. While ‘Pony’ lost none of the melodic immediacy of his previous releases, lyrically it ventured into darker territory, depicting tougher times over jazz wanderings, slow jams and baroque-pop. Best bit: When Homme goes full Bowie then full falsetto on closing track ‘Easier Said Than Done’. In a nutshell: A break-up and its fallout, via the medium of wispy pop, It’s been a revelation watching Amber Bain step into the spotlight. It makes Legacy! Beerbongs & Bentleys, Post Malone Dirty Computer, Janelle Monáe **Golden Hour, Kacey Musgraves Black Panther: The Album, feat. Grammys 2019 … Best bit: That sax solo on Hypersonic Missiles. Legacy! Best bit: The bold takedown of the patriarchy in ‘The Man’. LS Read the full review. EH, In a nutshell: The ‘I Am A God’ man has a rethink. Whirling a blade around on-stage, the razor-sharp edge whizzing within inches of her body, Twigs was putting on a killer performance. Recorded after he’d successfully completed treatment for addiction and armed himself with a renewed approach to songwriting, ‘Deceiver’ saw the band pair sobering realities with distorted guitars, replacing their usually sweet melodies with pained catharsis. El Hunt. As with Bowie’s Blackstar and Leonard Cohen’s You Want It Darker, David Berman’s long-awaited return to music will forever be overshadowed by his death, as he died by suicide less than a month after its release. EH. crossword clue. LS Read the full review. These 13 tracks formed a taut, swaggering tone studded with moments of menace. Dec 7, 2018 - 5:33 am The 2019 GRAMMYs are just around the corner, and now the nominations are in for the coveted honor of Album Of The Year. The Brooklyn band’s second album of the year is earthier than UFOF, the glowing collection that arrived in spring. On his wildly inspired self-titled record, though, he spread his wings. The artwork for Vampire Weekend’s fourth album is pure Windows 97 ClipArt, earnest United Colors of Benetton graphics, CD-era prosperity in its prominent positioning of Sony’s label. HM, In a nutshell: Oxford art-rockers find a new wave groove. Best bit: When Stefan yells “Make no mistake, I know exactly what I’m doing / I’m just surprised the world isn’t sick of grown men whining like children” on the appropriately-named ‘Full Blown Meltdown’. Releasing a debut solo album at 66 is impressive enough; that it’s one of the most skilful records of an already iconic career is even more so. A glitching watercolour of bleeding greys and blues still it stands, a capella gymnastics... A band caught deep in one of the year is earthier than UFOF, the 50 best albums of.! 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