Music went to sleep in November and December you see
It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these. We didn’t gather together our favourite albums from November (it was very quiet) and December (too busy doing our albums of the year), so there’s been a bit of a break. However, it’s January 2019, and we’re ready to hit the year like Gemma Collins face-planting on Dancing On Ice. In truth, like a car engine that doesn’t want to start first time in the pissing cold, things are still just getting going. February and March releases already look much busier. But here they are, our six favourite albums released in January 2019 and what our writers made of them.
Artist: Sharon Van Etten
Title: Remind Me Tomorrow
What is it? Five years on, the New Jersey artist delivers the synth/piano-leaning follow-up to the (almost) insurmountable ‘Are We There’.
L&Q says: “While the album may not be immediately striking it is one that makes an indelible mark on you over time.”