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On the CMU stereo 2019 – Autumn

By | Published on Thursday 19 December 2019


And so we reach the fourth and final part of our 2019 playlist – a round up of 40 of our favourite tracks of the year.

You can still catch up with our winter, spring and summer selections, but stick around for the final ten, because there’s a great mix of stuff here. Not that the previous 30 have been anything less than exceptional, but 2019 really did hold a lot of amazing stuff back to its final few months.

First up is Kano, whose ‘Hoodies All Summer’ album is an incredibly ambitious piece of work that keeps on delivering new layers with every listen. The same could be said for the band that follows him, Tool. Thirteen years between albums wasn’t wasted, with their fifth LP ‘Fear Inoculum’ a dense puzzle which takes multiple listens to even begin to properly get to grips with.

Elsewhere we’ve got Angel Olsen, Danny Brown and FKA Twigs, all of whom delivered career highlight albums in 2019, plus indisputable man of the year, Stormzy. And, on top of all that, Jim Perkins introduces some classical music to our playlist and Anna takes us out with a typically well-crafted blast of techno.

Listen to our full 40 track playlist on Spotify here, and take a look at the final ten tracks here:

Kano – Teardrops
Tool – Invincible
Angel Olsen – Lark
Mike Patton & Jean-Claude Vannier – A Schoolgirl’s Day
Stormzy – Wiley Flow
Jim Perkins – Enfolding
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – Sun Forest
Danny Brown – Theme Song
FKA Twigs – Sad Day
Anna – Galactic Highways

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