David’s Favorite Albums of 2019

David’s Favorite Albums of 2019

Not the best of years, but certainly not the worst in terms of new music. Here’s my rundown of the records that I listened to the most or that hit me the hardest in 2019. This is a mostly somber and introspective collection of music that sounds more like soundtrack music than indie-pop rockers. One of these actually is a soundtrack. There were some notable exceptions, like French Vanilla and Snapped Ankles – records that made me want to drive fast aimlessly, or maybe just dance while washing the dishes.

Nineteen for Nineteen

  • Cate le Bon – Reward
  • Unloved – Heartbreak
  • DIIV – Deceiver
  • Angel Olsen – All Mirrors
  • William Doyle – Your Wilderness
  • The Limiñanas – Le bel été
  • French Vanilla – How Am I Not Myself
  • Karen O and Danger Mouse – Lux Prima
  • Sharon Van Etten – Remind Me Tomorrow
  • Kevin Morby – Oh My God
  • Raphael Saadiq – Jimmy Lee
  • Toro y Moi – Outer Peace
  • The New Pornographers – In the Morse Code of Break Lights
  • Operators – Radiant Dawn
  • Snapped Ankles – Stunning Luxury
  • The Wedding Present – Marc Riley Sessions Volume 3
  • Oruã – Romã
  • Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – Ghosteen
  • Kim Gordon – No Home Record
David Bailey

David Bailey is a graphic designer and music fan-boy/man currently living in Portland, Oregon with his wife, two kids, and scrappy dog. He is the owner and Creative Director of DBD, a design, advertising, and website company. His job allows him to listen to lots of music while working but doesn't leave much time for actually writing about it.

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