Albums of the Month - February 2023

Date: 24th February 2023 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 addition to anyone’s record collection.

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

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Quest for Fire

Skrillex | Owsla, Atlantic

American DJ and producer Skrillex has had a busy 2023, releasing both Quest for Fire and Don't Get Too Close within days of each other. On his second studio album, Quest for Fire, Skrillex, a.k.a. Sonny John Moore, returns to form. With a huge number of high profile artists clamouring to feature, Skrillex proves his pop cultural impact. Skrillex has truly broadened his creative horizons, providing a memorable record, which really gets the pulses racing.

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Kelela | Warp Records

Six years after her debut album, American singer and songwriter Kelela returns with Raven, her sublime second studio album. The R&B stars new album features old-school drum’n’bass and garage, with seductive, sensuous and soulful tracks throughout. With a melancholy mood and complex lyrics, Kelela’s latest record is hypnotic and hazy.

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This Stupid World

Yo La Tengo | Matador

Veteran indie rockers Yo La Tengo release their remarkable seventeenth studio album, This Stupid World. On their first full-length album in five years, the band mixed the latest record themselves, offering the most live-sounding albums in years. Channeling the effortless vibes of their live shows, it’s the most quintessential YLT album.

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Desire, I Want to Turn Into You

Caroline Polachek | Perpetual Novice

Desire, I Want to Turn Into You is Caroline Polachek’s spectacular fourth studio album. Fans have been eager for a sequel to Polachek’s debut album Pang, and they certainly won’t be disappointed. With pinpoint vocals, sensual lyrics and innovative production, the American singer-songwriter’s latest offering is compelling and a true album of the year contender.

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Tennis | Mutually Detrimental

Married musical duo Tennis present their sixth studio album, Pollen. Sweet and melodic, the American indie pop duo’s latest release is engaging and has a fascinating concept, with a 70’s/80’s rock vibe, mixed with a sophisti-pop sound, full of intricate detail. On the album’s name, Alania states “We name the album Pollen. It is about small things with big consequences: a particle, a moment, a choice.”

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