Top Albums of 2018

Troye Sivan-Bloom-This singer is unabashedly gay and holds nothing back

Elle King-Shake The Spirit-a sweet rock throwback that would make Patti Smith and Joan Jett proud

Charlie Puth-Voicenotes-high strung melodies that lift the musicality of the album

Lissie-Castles-whopping pop filled infectious voice showcase

Joan Armatrading-Not To Far Away-At 67 Joan Armatrading still has the chops to grab you with this cd

Dessa-Chime-brilliant hook infused hip hop

Jose James-Lean on Me-impeccable phrasing combined with silky arrangements

Priscilla Renea-Coloured-Her soulful wailing is clear as a bell

Janelle Monae-Dirty Computers-joyous hip hop pop triggered by her smooth vocals

Jess Glynne-Always In Between-glorious pop joy.

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