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Best Albums of 2019

Over the past 12 months we have overindulged in a vast array of consistently on-point long players from artists both new and old. As with tradition we have compiled what we believe to be the best albums of 2019.

E-Saggila: My World My Way

Everything about ‘My World My Way’ oozes power, personality, and a massive “fuck you” attitude: you’re in E-Saggila’s world now, and her rule is absolute.

Varg: Sky City Part 1 & 2

Varg clearly remains one of the standout producers around today, regardless of his chosen field of action. ‘Sky City’ is just another (thoroughly well-executed) underlining of this – a flourish or a stark challenge to those treading the beaten-down path.

Isorinne: Speechless Malison

‘Speechless Malison’ is a deeply textural experience. Although this should be no surprise to followers of Michel Isorinne’s works to date. If your wallet can suffer a small additional amount of thinning in this post festive season, dive in. For this is arguably his finest creation to date.

Varg: Nordic Flora Series Pt.3: Gore-Tex City

Nordic Flora Series Pt.3: Gore-Tex City is one of Varg’s most approachable albums to date, yet, it never fails to sound as genuine as you could expect. Given the fact the record is more than seventy minutes long, it is quite an achievement.