Dancing Astronaut celebrates National Album Day 2020: quarantine staff selects

If there is anything that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made incontrovertibly clear, it is the enduring power of music. In even the most erratic and tumultuous of times, music assuages, and 2020 is living proof. In the United States and around the world, music soundtracked listeners’ respective quarantines, providing solace and a reprieve from oft-grim realities. The albums that streamers came to rely on during this period, new and familiar alike, would leave indelible impressions on those who listened, and in the weeks, months, and years to follow the COVID-19 health crisis, like the power of music, these sonic bonds will not fade.In honor of National Album Day, observed on October 10, 2020, Dancing Astronaut staff share the cross-genre LPs that carried them through the COVID-19 quarantine. KygoGolden HourSG LewisDusk, Dark, Dawn Madeon – Good FaithKendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city alt-JAn Awesome Wave Lady GagaChromaticaBeyoncéThe Lion King: The GiftLane 8Brightest LightsPhoebe BridgersPunisherJAY-Z and Linkin ParkCollision Course Dua Lipa, The Blessed MadonnaClub Future NostalgiaAbove & Beyond, Ocean LabSirens of the Sea SkrillexRecessJusticeChance The RapperAcid RapJAY-ZThe Black AlbumTags: , ,
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