The best albums of September 2015

Empress Of – Me

Straight bangers. Track 1? Banger. Track 2? Banger. Track 3-9? Bangers. Track 10? Banger. Every track banger.

Favourite song: ‘Standard’

PWR BTTM – Ugly Cherries

A wonderful debut from PWR BTTMUgly Cherries is full of genuinely catchy pop punk anthems that will have you singing along.

Favourite song: ‘House in Virginia’

Astronauts, etc. – Mind Out wandering

“Thawed-out ’70s tones with sentiments of soul and echoes of modern indie guitar rock, Ferraro’s piano and Rhodes provide nearly as much a presence on each track as his own falsetto.” – from their bandcamp.  A pretty good description of a really good album, the majority of which was recorded live. Another amazing debut.

Favourite song: ‘Up for Grabs’

Skylar Spence – Prom King

I  T ‘  S      N  O  T     V  A  P  O  R  –  W  A  V  E    B  U  T    I  T ‘  S    S  T  I  L  L     R  E  A  L  L  Y    F U N.

Favorite song: ‘Can’t You See’

George Clanton – 100% Electronica

This album is a 100% synth-y chillwave goodness and 100% worth your time.

Favourite song: ‘Keep a Secret’

More Albums!!

Honorable mentions because this was a fantastic month for music and there are a ton of albums that I didn’t get to touch on:
Julia Holter – Have You in My Wilderness
Ought – Sun Coming Down
Helios – Yume
Carroll – Carroll

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