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Not All The Beautiful Things
What So Not
Not All the Beautiful Things is the debut studio album by Australian musical project What So Not, which is the performing name of DJ and producer, Chris Emerson. It was released on 9 March 2018 through Counter Records and Sweat It Out. What So Not began work on the album after completing a six-year long global tour, which had left him unable to commit fully to working on a studio album. His frequent travels influenced the sound of many of the album's tracks, including "Beautiful" and "Us". What So Not chose the record's title because the "simple pleasures" of life are ignored by people who focus only on their grandiose ideas.
The record contains twelve songs, all featuring production collaborations and performances with a range of artists: Toto, Skrillex, Dyro, Daniel Johns and San Holo. Its songwriting was managed by a list of co-writers, inclusive of Anna Lunoe, Off Bloom and Ryan McMahon of Captain Cuts. The tracks comprise What So Not's signature future bass and trap sounds, while experimenting with other electronic music genres including hip hop, dubstep, and house.
Awake is the second studio album from Australian electronic DJ and Producer Alison Wonderland. It was released on 6 April 2018 via EMI Music Australia. The album features four singles: "Happy Place", "Church", "No" and "High". In August 2018, Wonderland announced a 4-date national tour commencing in Brisbane in November 2018.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 2018, the album was nominated for two awards; Best Female Artist and Best Dance Release.
I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again
Mura Masa & Clairo
Be On Fire
Run Fast Sleep Naked
Nick Murphy / Chet Faker
What Comes Next
A Moment Apart (Deluxe Edition)
A Moment Apart is the third studio album by the American electronic music duo ODESZA, released on 8 September 2017 through Counter, Ninja Tune and the duo's own label, Foreign Family Collective. It is the duo's first album in three years after their sophomore effort, In Return, and the first released through Foreign Family Collective.
The album was teased on March 2016 through social media. Afterwards, the singles "Line of Sight" and "Late Night" were released on April 2017 as the lead singles. Following the album's announcement in June, "Meridian" and "Corners of the Earth" were released as the third and fourth singles. "Higher Ground", the fifth single, was released in July and "Across The Room", the sixth and final single, was released in October. The album features contributions from Leon Bridges, Kelsey Bulkin, The Chamanas, Mansionair, Sasha Sloan, Regina Spektor, Naomi Wild, WYNNE and RY X.
The album received positive reviews from critics, with praise toward its production values and composition, and debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200. The album was nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album, with “Line of Sight” nominated for Best Dance Recording, at the 60th Grammy Awards.
RÜFÜS DU SOL
Solace is the third studio album by Australian alternative dance group, Rüfüs Du Sol, released on 19 October 2018. The album is supported by a tour, commencing in North America on 24 October and ending in Europe on 8 December 2018. Australian tour dates were added in October commencing on 1 January until 2 March 2019.
Kids At Play- EP
Louis The Child
Between Us is the debut studio album by Australian songwriter and record producer Hayden James. James told Billboard the album represents "the journey through different stages of relationships; love, separation and ultimately hope.". The album was released on 14 June 2019.
James added in a Press release "Everything that I write obviously has my own DNA in it. It's important to me to make sure that when people listen to a record of mine they know it's a Hayden James record without having to look it up, and that comes to production techniques I use or the way I actually write the songs. So this record is more of a development of my sounds than anything else."
Deadcrush (feat. Danny Brown) [Alchemist x Trooko Version]
Every Day (feat. Hoodlem)
Assume Form is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter and producer James Blake. It was released on 18 January 2019 by Polydor Records. Critics described the album as having a more upbeat sound than Blake's prior work, especially his previous album, The Colour In Anything. The album, which contains elements of electropop, hip hop, and R&B, features guest vocal appearances by Travis Scott, Moses Sumney, Rosalía, and André 3000, as well as contributions from producer Metro Boomin.
The lead single "Don't Miss It" was released on 4 June 2018 and two further singles, "Mile High" and "Lullaby for My Insomniac" followed in January. Upon the album's release, Assume Form received praise from critics for its more upbeat sound, romanticism and production.
A Beat Tape for Your Friends
Keys N Krates
Suffer | Safe
EP2 is the second extended play by Korean-American electronic musician Kathy Yaeji Lee, known by her stage name as Yaeji. It was released on November 3, 2017 by the label Godmode, and produced by Lee with Godmode founder Nick Silvester. A trap and house record, it features a cover of the song "Passionfruit" by Canadian rapper Drake. Promoted with three singles and two music videos, one of which Lee directed, EP2 garnered favorable reviews from critics and was ranked the best album of the year by Gorilla vs. Bear. Commercially, the EP hit No. 5 on Billboard's American Dance/Electronic Album Sales chart.
Album1 is the debut full-length studio album by Dutch DJ, musician, record producer and composer, San Holo. It was self-released on 21 September 2018, by his independent record label, bitbird. The album features guest appearances from Sofie Winterson, Bipolar Sunshine, James Vincent McMorrow, Yvette Young, Cassini, The Nicholas, Duskus, Caspian and Fazerdaze. The album was supported by six singles: "Worthy", "Lift Me From The Ground", "Brighter Days", "Forever Free", "Surface", and "Voices In My Head".
Following its release, album1 debuted at number seven on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart for the week of 6 October 2018, becoming Holo's first top ten album. Simultaneously, three singles from album1 entered the Dance/Electronic Songs chart for the tracking week of 6 October 2018; "Lift Me from the Ground" re-entered the charts at No. 39, while "Show Me" and "Brighter Days" debuted at numbers 42 and 49, respectively. album1 was nominated for the Edison Pop Award's Best Dance Album of 2019.
Just A Gent
V!BEZ, Vol. 3
Hyperion is the second studio album by French DJ Gesaffelstein, released on 8 March 2019. The album includes the singles "Reset", "Lost in the Fire" with The Weeknd, and "Blast Off" with Pharrell Williams.
NOTHIN LIKE U / CHANCES
I O U 2
Do You Love Her Now / He
Visceral is the debut studio album by American DJ and record producer Getter. It was released on September 28, 2018, via Mau5trap. Featuring collaborators such as Audio Opera, Allan Kingdom, Nothing, Nowhere, Sweetsound, Midoca, Name UL, Njomza, Party Nails and Joji, the album consists of twelve songs.
Think About U (feat. Joji)
It's Not This
The Cure To Loneliness
Is Magic Gone
I Don't (feat. $K)
Radar (feat. HONNE)
Fading into Fog
Supercut (El-P Remix)
Ginger is the fifth studio album by American hip hop collective Brockhampton. It was released on August 23, 2019, through the band's label Question Everything and RCA.
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