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Mavoy Music Top 300 Albums of 2022


I'm very happy to say our chart has 300 records again! I'm also glad to provide you with more album descriptions (there will be twenty this time) and, naturally, a genre and a label next to every album. I always want this chart to be a discovery service for you. I don't want to repeat what everyone has. Many of these "must haves" aren't really good, anyway.

A propos: don't look for Beyonce's album. I find the latest release from the artist, who used to put her records in our TOP 10s, unlistenable. I don't know what happened there.

It's not all what we've prepared for you when it comes to year-end posts! Our EP chart, music awards and more will be posted next week! And sorry for being so late. We've been having problems with our social media access and we've only come back to Twitter after a week. 

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The most surprising debut of the year, the three girls from America, cultivating traditions of 00s R&B and neo-soul. This record is very well-produced and creatively eclectic.



I’ve enjoyed solo records put out by Black Thought in last few years – while anticipating new Roots album, apparently scheduled to be released next year. But I think his collaboration with Danger Mouse is probably the best one yet, not only thanks to great guest appareances from likes of Michael Kiwanuka, A$AP Rocky and even the amazing post-humous cameo from MF DOOM himself.



The master of ambient released what could be one of the best records in his discography, at the same dystopian and definitely looking for the light in the sky. This reflective albums makes particularly great use of guest vocals by his daughter Daria, but Brian is also using his own vocals for the first time in a while.



I wasn’t an expect of Klaus Schulze music, but the release of the film Dune got me into Dune-themed albums, including his 1979 record titled Dune. Schulze passed away in 2021, but before his death he returned to the planet of sand in this collection of his final recordings, that could be indeed a soundtrack to Dune film – they also recall Blade Runner.



I honestly think the best song released by Sharon Van Etten this year wasn’t included in the standard edition of her album and it only surfaced on its deluxe edition released in autumn. I’m talking, naturally, about Portra. We’ve Been Going is still a worthy follow-up to Remind Me Tomorrow, even if I think it’s not as strong.



Similarly to Sharon, I don’t necessarily think that No Thank You is as amazing as its predecessor, which is still one of the best rap albums released this past few years. I don’t like maybe two songs on it, but the rest makes it up for it, confirming amazing songwriting skills of Simz. I’m also happy to just include this surprising release here, unlike way too many websites who published their lists too early.



The last album released by Orlando before this record was published in 2012. While some were wondering if the producer was retired, TEED released a couple solo releases, an EP and now, finally, an album, featuring some of his best tracks, like Crosswalk, Blood In The Snow and Be With You. It’s the best dancefloor album of the year.



In a way, this was the year of Nick Cave, again, thanks to his brilliant conversation book Faith, Hope & Carnage, which I’ve already read and I believe it’s a masterpiece. But obviously, without diminishing the role that Warren Ellis has in composing the music, Cave is also a co-creator of film scores for two projects this year – Blonde and Dahmer Monster (I didn’t intend to watch this series, but I heard the soundtrack).




Josh Tillman, the songwriter mostly accociated with folk and folk rock music continued his interest in jazz music with his new release. From his friends, Lana Del Rey fits particularly well with this type of sound, it’s no wonder than Lana makes a guest appearance on this album. However, even more lyrical, less cynical Father John didn’t abandon his folk influences – the song Q4 is wonderfully Rubber Soul-like.



I love Yumi Zouma and I loved the album Truth Or Consequences especially. Present Tense is a great sequel for it. The band cancelled their Polish performance this year, but I’ll be doing a lot to get them here again.



When this record was released, I noticed some longtime Kelly’s fans were suddenly complaining that her music was becoming too experimental for their tastes. I think it’s a natural progression for th2e producer who made her first steps in music by collaborating with Jon Hopkins and Daniel Avery. Now, even still working with the same artists, Owens is extraordinary in her own right.



My greatest theatrical experience of the year was definitely seeing my first „big screen” Park Chan-Wook film – Decision To Leave, a superb crime thriller with the elements of melodrama. I was particularly fascinated by the score of the film, especially the love theme (which I now know it’s titled „The See Of Love”). Jo worked with Park before, including on the score for the film The Handmaiden, which opened me to the world of Korean director’s artistry.



Despite awful negative troll campaign, The Rings Of Power series debuted rather succesfully, being the best Tolkien -related media released since the original Peter Jackson trilogy. (Don’t even start me on the abomination The Hobbit was). A large of part of its success is the remarkable score, released in eight episode soundtracks. While Howard Shore was unavailable to score the entire series, he still took time to compose the captivating main theme. The rest was composed by Bear McCrary, mostly known for video games before, but he’s really shining here, it’s surprisingly great, monumental, dramatic, scary, and sometimes purely beautiful and ethereal score.



Undeservedly underappreciated in other year-end charts, Björk’s latest is a collection of stunning songs, featuring guest apperances from serpentwithfeet and her daughter. Icelanding artist made also a memorable appearance in Robert Eggers’ brilliant Viking epic The Northman.



A case of the album with misleading singles – Rush, that eventually grew on me, doesn’t really represent moodier rest of the record. I definitely enjoyed the second half of AA more, particularly the last track which is quite unusual idea – it’s fourteen minutes long meditation tape, recited by Raveena, which I only heard once, but it was an interesting experience. It’s also worth mentioning that the album is also featuring legendary disco/soul artist, Indian singer Asha Puthli.



When Beach House announced that their new record would be released in fourt parts, I was unconvinced. And yet I included first songs from it in our songs of 2021 chart and now I can absolutely say that Once Twice Melody is a great album, adding many great songs to the band discography. I can’t for sure say it’s better as an entire record than 7, but I haven’t listened to either in some time.



As you can see, comparing the albums with its predecessors is a theme this year, but Titanic Rising is currenly one of my most played albums of all time (!), so only time will tell about And In The Darkness… It’s definitely less of a crossover, pop album than TR, but the lyrics and melodies are both incredible and all three singles, especially God Turn Me Into Flower are among the best songs of the year.



SAULT’s jump into the world of classical music confused critics early this year. Myself, I enjoyed the surprise a lot and I was even happier with the entire package of few more albums released as a free download, before debuting on streaming, in November. There’s something for everyone here, 11 is probably most what people associate with „SAULT” but we also have bossa nova, gospel (with guest appearances from Little Simz and Michael Kiwanuka), a sequel to AIR, and even more guitar-heavy album titled Today & Tomorrow (with some songs being close to… punk). It’s the most exciting young project in the world right now.



Our most played album of the year, great collaboration between two members of Radiohead and Tom Skinner (ex-Sons Of Kemet), teased by their Glastonbury performance in 2021. It’s a great experimental, jazz/rock/electronic release, with all three members taking equally important part in the composition. It’s also very prolific band, the musicians composed enough material to release a second album already, so I won’t be surprised if they’ll appear here next year as well.



It would be easy to give #1 to The Smile, especially since Radiohead are still awaiting this achievement, but I think it’s too early. In the meantime, I wanna honor the great songwriter and vocalist Charlotte Adigery, whom I follow since her Wwater days. After a couple of fantastic solo releases, a debut album is a collaboration with fellow Belgian producer Bolis Pupul. These songs are just amazing, mixing intelligent social commentary and reflections of everyday’s life of Black artist in modern world with very catchy instrumentals. Some of the songs were co-produced by Soulwax.




  1. Charlotte Adigery & Bolis Pupul – Topical Dancer (electronic, Deewee)

  2. The Smile – A Light For Attracting Attention (rock, XL)

  3. SAULT – ALBUMS RELEASED IN 2022 (alternative, Forever Living Originals)

  4. Weyes Blood – An In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow (alternative, Sub Pop)

  5. Beach House – Once Twice Melody (dream pop, Sub Pop)

  6. Raveena – Asha’s Awakening (R&B, Warner)

  7. Björk – Fossora (electronic, One Little Independent)

  8. Bear McCrary & Howard Shore – Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power (score, Amazon)

  9. Jo Yeong-wook & The Soundtrackings – Decision To Leave (score, CJ)

  10. Kelly Lee Owens – LP.8 (electronic, Smalltown Supersound)

  11. Yumi Zouma – Present Tense (dream pop, Polyvinyl)

  12. Father John Misty - Chloë and the Next 20th Century (singer-songwriter, Sub Pop/Bella Union)

  13. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Dahmer Monster / Blonde (score,Netflix/ Invada/Lakeshore)

  14. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – When The Lights Go (electronic, Polydor)

  15. Little Simz – No Thank You (hip-hop, Forever Living Originals)

  16. Sharon Van Etten - We've Been Going About This All Wrong (rock/singer-songwriter, Jagjaguwar)

  17. Klaus Schulze – Deus Arrakis (electronic, SPV Recordings)

  18. Brian Eno – FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE (ambient, Forever)

  19. Danger Mouse & Black Thought – Cheat Codes (hip-hop, BMG)

  20. Say She She – Prism (R&B/soul/jazz, Karma Chief/Colemine)

  21. VA – For Ukraine Vol. 1, 2 & 3 (ambient, Headphone Commute)

  22. Misia – Animal Sentimental (fado, Galileo Music)

  23. C Duncan – Alluvium (indie, Bella Union)

  24. Benjamin Clementine – And I Have Been (singer-songwriter, self-released/Preserved Artists)

  25. Daniel Avery – Ultra Truth (electronic, Mute)

  26. The Comet Is Coming – Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam (jazz/electronic, Verve/UMG)

  27. Brian Jackson – This Is Brian Jackson (jazz, Arista)

  28. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Cool It Down (rock, Secretly Canadian)

  29. STR4TA – STR4TASFEAR (jazz/funk, Brownswood)

  30. Sudan Archives – Natural Brown Prom Queen (electronic, Stones Throw)

  31. Florence + The Machine – Dance Fever (art pop, Polydor)

  32. Mitski – Laurel Hell (indie pop, Dead Oceans)

  33. Foals – Life Is Yours (rock, Warner)

  34. Ibibio Sound Machine - Electricity (electronic, Merge)

  35. White Lies – As I Try Not To Fall Apart (rock, PIAS)

  36. Robin Carolan and Sebastian Gainsborough – The Northman (score, Back Lot)

  37. Rachika Nayar – Heaven Come Crashing (ambient, NNA Tapes)

  38. Warpaint – Radiate Like This (rock, Virgin)

  39. Sidibe – Diamond In The Desert (R&B, self-released)

  40. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Let’s Turn It Into Sound (experimental, Ghostly)

  41. Hinako Omori – A Journey (ambient, Houndstooth)

  42. Paolo Nutini – Last Night In The Bittersweet (singer-songwriter, Atlantic)

  43. Arctic Monkeys – The Car (rock, Domino)

  44. Oliver Sim – Hideous Bastard (singer-songwriter, Young)

  45. Floating World Pictures – Twenty-Three Views (jazz, Friendly)

  46. Lykke Li – Eyeye (indie, PIAS)

  47. Carter Burwell – The Tragedy Of Macbeth (score, Milan) / The Banshees Of Inisherin (score, 20th Century)

  48. Michael Abels – Nope (score, Waxwork)

  49. Jack White – Fear Of The Dawn / Entering Heaven Alive (rock/folk, Third Man)

  50. Nick Cave – Seven Psalms (spoken word, Goliath)

  51. Tallies – Patina (dream pop, Hand Drawn Dracula)

  52. The Orielles – Tableau (experimental/indie, Heavenly/PIAS)

  53. David Buckley – The Sandman (score, Watertower)

  54. Toro Y Moi – Mahal (electronic, Dead Oceans)

  55. Yuna – Y5 (R&B, self-released)

  56. Nilufer Yanya – Painless (indie, ATO)

  57. Nduduzo Makhathini - In the Spirit of Ntu (jazz, Blue Note/Universal)

  58. dälek – Precipice (hip-hop/experimental, Ipecac)

  59. Johann Johansson & Jonas Colstrup - Blind Massage / The Shadow Play (score, Soundtrack Magazine)

  60. Lucrecia Dalt – The Seed / !AY (experimental, Invada)

  61. Moor Mother – Jazz Codes (jazz/avant-garde/spoken word – self-released/Anti)

  62. Bing Satellites – Seaward / 28 Pieces & 10 Other Pieces (ambient, Drone City)

  63. Hekla – Xiuxiuejar (experimental, Phantom Limb)

  64. Sun Ra Arkestra – Living Sky (jazz, Omni Sound)

  65. Junior Boys – Waiting Game (electronic, Domino)

  66. Sally Shapiro - Sad Cities (electronic, IDIB) + remix album

  67. Jeremy Warmsley – American Daydream (indie pop, self-released)

  68. Michael Giacchino – The Batman (score, Watertower)

  69. Flora Purim – If You Will (jazz, Strut)

  70. Real Lies – Lad Ash (electronic, Unreal)

  71. Hatchie – Giving The World Away (dream pop, Secretly Canadian)

  72. Loyle Carner – hugo (hip hop, EMI)

  73. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Endless Rooms (rock, Sub Pop)

  74. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Emile Mosseri – I Could Be Your Dog / I could Be your Moon (ambient, Ghostly)

  75. Justin Hurwitz – Babylon (score/jazz, Interscope)

  76. Nosaj Thing – Continua (electronic, LUCKYME)

  77. Kae Tempest – The Line Is A Curve (hip hop, American Recordings)

  78. PJ Harvey – Bad Sisters (score, Hollywood Music)

  79. Trentemøller – Memoria (electronic, In My Room)

  80. Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (hip hop, TDE)

  81. Sabrina Claudio – Based On A Feeling (R&B, Atlantic)

  82. Aska Matsumiya – After Yang (score, Milan)

  83. William Basinski and Janek Schaefer -On Reflection (ambient, Temporary Residence)

  84. Greentea Peng – Greenzone 108 (R&B, EMI)

  85. VA – For The Birds Birdsong Project (indie, Downtown)

  86. Melody’s Echo Chamber – Emotional Eternal (indie pop, Domino)

  87. Tears For Fears – Tipping Point (rock, Concord)

  88. Christine And The Queens – Redcar Les Adorables Etoiles (indie pop

  89. Soft Blue Shimmer – Love Lives In The Body (dream pop, Other People)

  90. Sarathy Korwar – Kalak (jazz, The Leaf Label)

  91. Jasdeep Singh Degun – Anomaly (folk, Real World)

  92. Bibio – BIB10 (indie pop/electronic, Warp)

  93. Theodore Shapiro – Severance (score, Lakeshore/Endeavor)

  94. St. Lucia – Utopia (indie pop, Nettwerk)

  95. Vinyl Williams - Cosmopolis (indie pop, self-released, Modulor)

  96. Brothertiger – Brothertiger (chillwave, self-released)

  97. Rival Consoles – Now Is (electronic, Erased Tapes)

  98. Hatis Noit – Aura (avant-garde, Erased Tapes)

  99. Alvvays – Blue Rev (dream pop, Polyvinyl)

  100. Caroline Loveglow – Strawberry (indie pop, 100% Electronica)

    101. Let’s Eat Grandma – The Bastard Son (score, Transgressive) / Two Ribbons (electronic, Levitation)
    102. Miki Howard – Meha (soul/jazz, Justice)
    103. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross – Empire Of Light / Bones And All (score,  The Null)
    104. Carla Dal Forno – Come Around (singer-songwriter, Kalista)
    105. Panda Riot – Extra Cosmic (dream pop/shoegaze, self-released)
    106. Rich Ruth – I Survived It’s Over (jazz, Third Man)
    107. Soft Velvet Lounge – Life Of The Party (dream pop, Mood Machine)
    108. Johnny Marr – Fever Dreams Pts 1-4 (rock, New Voodoo/BMG)
    109. Robert Glasper – Black Radio III (Supreme Edition) (jazz/R&B, Loma Vista)
    110. Anna Of The North – Crazy Life (pop, Elektra NEK)
    111. Mavis Staples and Levon Helm – Carry Me Home (soul/gospel, ANTI)
    112. Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow – Men (score, Invada)
    113. Niia – Mouthful Of Salt (R&B/beats/ambient, Offair)
    114. Tourist – Inside Out (electronic, Schoolkids)
    115. Jockstrap – I Love You Jennifer B (indie pop, Rough Trade)
    116. Low Res – Marvin Gaye’s Trouble Man (jazz, Juno)
    117. Lee Fields – Sentimental Fool (soul, Daptone)
    118. Nas – King’s Disease III (hip hop, Mass Appeal)
    119. Ezra Collective – Where I’m Meant To Be (jazz, Partisan)
    120. For Tracy Hyde – Hotel Insomnia (shoegaze, P-VINE)
    121. Soweto Gospel Choir – Hope (gospel, Shanachie)
    122. John Williams – The Fabelmans (score, Sony Classical)
    123. Oliver Coates – The Stranger (ambient/score, Lakeshore)
    124. a-ha – True North (pop, RCA)
    125. Nicholas Britell – She Said (score, Back Lot)
    126. Sumatran Black – Broken Timelines (ambient, self-released)
    127. Broken Bells – Into The Blue (indie, AWAL)
    128. Loscil – The Sails, Pt. 1 & 2 / Stases (ambient, Scott Morgan)
    129. Briana Marela – You Are A Wave (experimental, self-released)
    130. Lil Silva – Yesterday Is Heavy (electronic, Nowhere Music)
    131. Julien Chang – The Sale (indie, Transgressive)
    132. Metronomy – Small World (indie, Because Music)
    133. George Fitzgerald – Stellar Drifting (electronic, Double Six)
    134. KAINA – It Was A Home (R&B, City Slang)
    135. Ludwig Goransson – Black Panther Wakanda Forever (score, Marvel)
    136. Mary Lattimore & Paul Sukeena – West Kensington (ambient, Three Lobed)
    137. CoN & KwAkE – Eyes In The Tower (hip-hop, Native Rebel)
    138. Jean Carne – JID012 (jazz, Jazz Is Dead)
    139. Rokia Koné - Bamanan (folk, Real World)
    140. Zola Jesus – Arkhon (indie, Sacred Bones)
    141. The Big Pink – The Love That’s Ours (indie, Project Melody Music)
    142. Letting Up Despite Great Faults – IV (dream pop, New Words)
    143. Moonchild – Starfruit (R&B, Tru Thoughts)
    144. Turnover – Myself In The Way (indie pop, Run For Cover)
    145. Jenny Hval – Classic Objects (electronic, 4AD)
    146. Colin Stetson – The Menu (score, Milan)
    147. Camilla George – Ibio-Ibio (jazz, Ever Records)
    148. Metric – Formentera (indie, self-released)
    149. Eiko Ishibashi – For McCoy (avant-garde, Black Truffle)
    150. SOHN – Trust (singer-songwriter, 4AD)
    151. Makaya McCraven – In These Times (jazz, International Anthem)
    152. Howard Shore – Crimes Of The Future / The Pale Blue Eye (score, Howe)
    153. Sarah Davachi – Two Sisters / In Concert & In Residence (ambient, Late Music)
    154. The Headhunters – Speakers In The House (jazz, Ropeadope)
    155. Cults – Host B Sides and Remixes (dream pop, Sinderlyn)
    156. Life On Venus – Homewards (shoegaze, Stereopark Music)
    157. Rob Simonsen – The Whale (score, A24)
    158. Trupa Trupa – B Flat A (rock, Glitterbeat)
    159. The Stargazer Lillies – Cosmic Tidal Wave (shoegaze, Florawave)
    160. Sound Of Ceres – Emerald Sea (dream pop, Joyful Noise)
    161. Shamir – Heterosexuality (indie, Antifragile)
    162. Ghost Funk Orchestra – A New Kind Of Love (Karma Chief)
    163. Galcher Lustwerk – 100% Galcher (electronic, Ghostly)
    164. Ami Dang – The Living World’s Demands (ambient, Phantom Limb / Leaving)
    165. Kokoroko – Could We Be More (jazz, Brownswood)
    166. Nok Cultural Ensemble – Njhyi (jazz, SA Recordings)
    167. Che Noir – The Last Remnants (hip hop, R1CMG)
    168. Phoenix – Alpha Zulu (indie pop, Loyaute/Glassnote)
    169. Hudson Mohawke – Cry Sugar (electronic, Warp)
    170. Slowly – Distance (shoegaze, Lossleader)
    171. Felicia Atkinson – Image Langage (experimental/avant-garde, Shelter Press)
    172. Underground Canopy – Uncut Gems (jazz, SENSE/self-released)
    173. SPINN – Outside Of The Blue (rock, Modern Sky)
    174. Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever (indie rock, Loma Vista)
    175. Gaye Su Akyol – Anadolu Ejderi (rock, Glitterbeat)
    176. Jembaa Groove – Susuma (jazz/afrobeat, Agogo)
    177. Hans Zimmer – The Son (score, Lakeshore)
    178. Steve Lacy – Gemini Rights (R&B, L-M/RCA)
    179. Gabriel Yared - Broken Keys (score, Plaza Mayor)
    180. Danny Elfman – Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness (score, Hollywood)
    181. Binker And Moses – Feeding The Machine (jazz, Gearbox)
    182. Oumou Sangaré – Timbuktu (folk, World Circuit)
    183. The Reds, Pinks And Purples – Summer At Land’s End / Mountain Lake Park(rock, Slumberland)
    184. Harumi Fuuki – The Deer King (score, Rambling)
    185. Lumenette – All Around My Head (dream pop, Hammock Music)
    186. Castlebeat – Half Life (indie, Spirit Goth)
    187. Sarah MK – Wax & Gold (R&B, self-released)
    188. Preoccupations – Arrangements (indie rock, self-released)
    189. Morabeza Tobacco – Shadow Of The Cherry (indie pop, King Island Roxystars)
    190. Ramin Djawadi – Westworld Season 4 (score, Watertower)
    191. Stimulator Jones – Round Spiritual Ring (R&B, Stones Throw)
    192. Soundwalk Collective – The Perfect Vision Reworkings (alternative, Bella Union)
    193. Shabaka – Afrikan Culture (jazz, Impulse)
    194. Natalie Beridze - Of Which One Knows (ambient/experimental, Room40)
    195. Papercuts - Past Life Regressions (indie pop, Slumberland)
    196. Say Sue Me – The Last Thing Left / 10 (dream pop, Damnably)
    197. JARV IS... - This Is Going To Hurt (score, Rough Trade)
    198. Abel Korzeniowski – Till (score, Mercury Classics)
    199. Jessie Buckley and Bernard Butler – For All Our Days That Tear The Heart (folk/Americana, EMI)
    200. Royksopp – Profound Mysteries I & II  & III (electronic, Dog Triumph)
    201. Animal Collective – Time Skiffs (alternative, Domino)
    202. Alexandre Desplat – Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio (score, Columbia)
    203. Vieux Farka Toure – Les Racines / Ali (with Khruangbin) (folk, World Circuit/BMG)
    204. Widowspeak – The Jacket (indie, Captured Tracks)
    205. Fontaines D.C. - Skinty Fla (rock, Partisan)
    206. The Black Keys – Dropout Boogie (rock, Nonesuch)
    207. J Zunz – Del Aire (ambient, Rocket Recordings)
    208. Emeli Sande – Let’s Say For Instance (R&B, Chrysalis)
    209. Kehlani – Blue Water Road (R&B, TSNMI/Atlantic)
    210. HAAI – Baby, We’re Ascending (electronic, Mute)
    211. Phife Dawg - Forever (hip hop, Smokin Needles)
    212. Tindersticks – Stars At Noon (score, Lucky Dog / City Slang)
    213. Robert Owens – Naked (house, Musical Directions)
    214. Bruce Springsteen – Only The Strong Survive (rock, Columbia)
    215. Jonathan Barber & Vision Ahead – Poetic (jazz, self-released)
    216. The Wombats – Fix Yourself, Not The World (rock, AWAL)
    217. Belle And Sebastian – A Bit Of Previous (folk/indie, Matador)
    218. Ravyn Lenae – Hypnos (R&B, Atlantic)
    219. Daphni – Cherry (electronic, Jiaolong)
    220. Ibeyi – Spell 31 (R&B, XL)
    221. MUNA – MUNA (pop, Saddest Factory / Dead Oceans)
    222. Adrian Younge – Jazz Is Dead 011 (jazz, Jazz Is Dead)
    223. Ghostly Kisses – Heaven, Wait (indie, Akira)
    224. Ian Hawgood – Mysterious Shapes And Remembered Rhythms (ambient, Home Natural)
    225. VA – A Tribute To Ryuichi Sakamoto – To The Moon And Back (tribute, Milan)
    226. Anne Garner – Dear Unknown (singer-songwriter, Slowcraft)
    227. Ana Moura – Casa Guilherina (fado, self-released)
    228. jung jaeil – Broker (score, CJ)
    229. Mamas Gun - Cure The Jones (R&B, Monty Music)
    230. Okay Kaya – SAP (electronic, Jagjaguwar)
    231. Theo Parrish – DJ-Kicks (mix, DJ-Kicks)
    232. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley - Gyedu-Blay Ambolley and Hi-Life Jazz (jazz, Agogo)
    233. Thandi Ntuli - Blk Elijah & The Children of Meroë (jazz, Next Music)
    234. Raury – Strawberry Moon (hip-hop/R&B, The Woods)
    235. Nathan Johnson – Glass Onion (score, Netflix Music)
    236. Son Lux – Everything Everywhere All At Once (score, A24)
    237. Syd – Broken Hearts Club (R&B, Columbia)
    238. John Carroll Kirby – Dance Ancestral (neoclassical/jazz, Stones Throw)
    239. Girl Ultra – El Sur (R&B, Finesse)
    240. VA – Blue Note Re:Imagined II (jazz, Decca)
    241. Ghum – Bitter (rock, Everything Sucks)
    242. zake – To Those Who Dwelt In A Land Of Deep Darkness / Unfurled Works/ Module (ambient, Past Inside The Present)
    243. Garrett Saracho – JID015 (jazz, Jazz Is Dead)
    244. Ron Trent – What Do The Stars Say To You (electronic, Night Time Stories)
    245. Dan Deacon - Strawberry Mansion (score, Milan)
    246. Roger Eno – The Turning Year (neoclassical, Deutsche Grammophon)
    247. Tumi Mugorosi – Group Theory Black Music (jazz, Mushroom Hour)
    248. Louis Cole – Quality Over Opinion (jazz, Brainfeeder)
    249. iamiwhoami – Be Here Soon (indie, to whom it may concern)
    250. Katalyst – JID013 (jazz, Jazz Is Dead)
    251. Sampa The Great – As Above So Below (hip hop, Loma Vista/Concord)
    252. Louie Vega – Expansions In The Sky (electronic, Nervous)
    253. Patricia Wolf – I’ll Look For Your In Others (ambient, Past Inside The Present)
    254. Horsegirl – Versions Of Modern Performance (rock, Matador)
    255. Amber Mark – Three Dimensions Deep (R&B, PMR)
    256. Spector – Now Or Whenever (rock, Moth Noise)
    257. Pip Millet - When Everything Is Better, I'll Let You Know (R&B, Dream Life)
    258. Sunni Colon - Juju & The Flowerbug (R&B, Tetsu)
    259. Sessa – Estrela Acesa (bossa nova, Mexican Summer)
    260. Espen Eriksen Trio – In The Mountains (jazz, Rune Grammofon)
    261. Young Prisms - Drifter (dream pop, Fire Talk)
    262. Rafael Anton Irisarri – Agistas El Sol (ambient/drone, Room40)
    263. LIFE – North East Costal Town (rock, The Liquid Label)
    264. Ari Lennox – Age/sex/location (R&B, Dreamville)
    265. VA – Covers Of Covers (tribute, American Laundromat)
    266. Carmen Villain – Only Love From Now On (experimental, Smalltown Supersound)
    267. protou – Memory Alpha (ambient, Cryo Chamber)
    268. Arima Ederra – An Orange Colored Day (R&B/lo-fi, Arima’s Lab – self-released)
    269. Powder, Pink & Sweet – Little Stories (dream pop, self-released)
    270. Cat Powers – Covers (rock, Domino)
    271. Max Richter – The Four Seasons Vivaldi Recomposed (neoclassical, Deutsche Grammophon)
    272. Alex Isley - Marigold (R&B, self-released)
    273. Mount Kimbie – M.K. 3.5 City Planning (electronic, Warp)
    274. Kennebec – Without Star Or Compass (electronic, Night Time Stories)
    275. Şatellites – Şatellites (rock/psych, Batov)
    276. Louisa Williamson – What Dreams May Come (jazz, self-released)
    277. Sleep Party People – Heap Of Ashes (experimental, Joyful Noise)
    278. Nu Genea - Bar Mediterraneo (neo disco, NG/Carosello)
    279. PJ Morton – Watch The Sun (R&B, self-released)
    280. Galya Bisengalieva – Hold Your Breath The Ice Dive (ambient/score, One Little Independent)
    281. Adrian Quesada - Boleros Psicodélicos / Jaguar Sound (bolero/funk, ATO)
    282. VA – Todo Muere SBXV (indie, Sacred Bones)
    283. TSHA – Capricorn Sun (electronic, Ninja Tune)
    284. Theo Croker – Love Quantum (jazz, Star People Nation)
    285. Beth Orton – Weather Alive (folk/jazz, PTKF)
    286. Phillip Wilkerson – Cosmic Dust (ambient, self-released)
    287. VA – Spelljams (eclectic, Kill Rock Stars)
    288. Warmth – The Night (ambient, Archives)
    289. Muriel Grossman – Universal Code (jazz)
    290. Meditations On Crime – Meditations On Crime (experimental, AntiFragile)
    291. Jean Michel Jarre – Oxymore (electronic, Sony)
    292. Henry Franklin – JID014 (jazz, Jazz Is Dead)
    293. Many Voices Speak – Gestures (folk, Strangers Candy)
    294. Work Drugs – Some Leave You Out (indie pop, self-released)
    295. Thee Sacred Souls - Thee Sacred Souls (soul, Daptone)
    296. Hercules & Love Affair – In Amber (indie, BMG)
    297. Abiodun Oyewole – Gratitude (spoken word, Afar)
    298. Yard Act – The Overload (rock, Island)
    299. Two Door Cinema Club – Keep On Smiling (indie, Glassnote)
    300. GIFT – Momentary Presence (shoegaze, Dedstrange)

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