Best of 2019 (so far)
It’s been a hell of a year so far and now it’s time to run down the albums that have stuck around the turntable the longest. For all the fraught emotions and everyday injustices, there’s still some bright spot of solace in music. That’s not a trade-off, but its something to keep you going. As usual, these are the best records that filter through the Raven aesthetic. I’ll be off next week on vacation so this 30-spot plus the ensuing two and a half hour mix will have to hold you for a week. Gonna take a break until the 2nd week of July. The second half of the year already has a few front runners, so enjoy these gems before the tail end of 2019 comes running atcha.
75 Dollar Bill Amyl and the Sniffers Best of 2019 Chris Forsyth Cochemea Dire Wolves Elkhorn Endless Boogie Fog Window Garcia Peoples J McFarlane's Reality Guest John Howell Kevin Morby Martin Frawley Mary Lattimore Masaki Batoh Olden Yolk Paisel Patience Peter Ferdinando Possible Humans Psychedelic Speed Freaks Rose City Band Sacred Lamp Sad About The Times Self-Discovery For Social Survival Shana Cleveland Sunwatchers Uranium Club Weyes Blood William Tyler