Albums of the Month - December 2021

Date: 17th December 2021 Posted in: Company News and Events

Our top picks of the latest albums to listen to every month, from pop to rap to rock. Our top choices this month will be a great edition to anyone’s record collection.

We have picked out our favourite songs from the albums below. Check out our December Songs of the Month playlist.

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Cold Collective | Rise Records

In their original acoustic form, with vocals from the late Tim Landers, Cold Collective’s touching second studio album 'Weathervane' is theatrical, authentic, tasteful and acts as a fitting tribute to Landers legacy, with catchy hooks and wonderul instrumentals throughout.

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The Atlas Underground Flood

Tom Morello | Mom+Pop

Tom Morello follows up on his two previous 'Atlas Underground' projects with his second collaboration album in as many months. With a tremendous cast of collaborators, Morello’s fourth solo project is fearless, ambitious, with vibes of his Rage Against the Machine days.

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Jesse Cook | Coach House Music

Canadian composer Jesse Cook returns for his eleventh studio album 'Libre'. With a completely new and eye-catching sound, Cook’s iconic Spanish guitar flair mixes with trap and 808-inspired sounds, alongside Algerian multi-instrumentalist Fethi Nadjem, to great effect.

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Sasha Keable | Bad Music

London based artist Sasha Keable continues to impress on her emotional fourth album 'Intermission'. Full of focus, Keable’s latest project is honest and a true reflection on heartbreak, stating "this music has both broken me and healed me in so many ways".

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BBC Sessions (Live)

Green Day | Reprise

American rockers Green Day unearth rare live-in-the-studio tracks for their new BBC Sessions album. This deep dive into their archives features hits between 1994 and 2001 and reminds us why they were one of the biggest rock bands of their generation.

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