Staff Picks: Abby’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

December 12th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh


Review by: Abby Cirelli ’20

Disclaimer: These albums are albums listened to in 2016, these may not actually be albums released in 2016.

170x170bb-35. Highly Suspect – The Boy who died wolf – 

Highly Suspect’s album, released in November of 2016 brings back signature 90s grunge rock vibes, with some bluesy bar-room charm. “Viper strike” is an energetic song driven by heavy distortions while “Little One” is a more toned down reflection on a past relationships. The album is great for getting the adrenaline going but also to sit back and listen to the reflective lyrics.

 4. Cage the elephant – Tell me I’m pretty – 
Highly Suspect’s album, released in November of 2016 brings back signature 90s grunge rock vibes, with some bluesy bar-room charm. “Viper strike” is an energetic song driven by heavy distortions while “Little One” is a more toned down reflection on a past relationships. The album is great for getting the adrenaline going but also to sit back and listen to the reflective lyrics.

3. Glass Animals – How to be a human being – 

Glass Animals released their second album, How to Be a Human Being in August of 2016. They stayed true to their sweet smooth indie-electric sound while drawing upon the nostalgia of 1970s funk. Each song tells its own story and the reality of humanity. “Pork Soda” has a fun “trip hop” beat while ‘s smooth vocals and the flute create a transcendentalist element to “Mama’s Gun.” This album is great whether you want to just chill out or to go out.

2. Temples – Sun Structures – 

 1. Karen Elson – The Ghost Who Walks – 



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