This list been updated with July releases. Has already seen its best album well ahead of the typically busier spring and summer months? Below, New York music critic Craig Jenkins rounds up the standout albums the year has had to offer so far, to be updated monthly. Beats get by on sparse drum patterns and a sliver of melody, and the flows are tight but never stuffy or showy.
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The album won't go down without a fight. As the algorithmic thinking of the streaming music era tightens its grip on the record industry and consumer listening habits, artists are still writing and recording collections of new material, releasing them as cohesive units on specific dates, and suggesting that you listen to them in a pre-established order. As a format for enjoying multiple songs and a way of thinking about creative development, it remains essential. Even with all its tumult, didn't change that. There's always good new music out there, providing the soundtrack to the highs and lows of daily life. Sometimes it comes from a new artist you've never heard of before; sometimes it comes from a reliable veteran you perhaps stopped listening to consistently.
15. Jaime by Brittany Howard
Metascore: User Score: tbd. The second full-length release for the Welsh artist features a guest appearance from John Cale. The fifth full-length studio release for the singer-songwriter features new sparser recordings with just her voice and guitar of several tracks from 's All Mirrors. The latest full-length studio release for the reggae group was produced by its frontman, Frederick "Toots" Hibbert. User Score: 7. The sixth full-length studio release for the rock band features guest appearances from k. User Score: 8.
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