In situations of uncertainty, I uncover myself turning to music where by the singers are experience the similar way I do and finding a way by it. These are the MN albums I’ve been putting on when I require a reminder that we’re all in this with each other and that tunes unites us like almost nothing else.
When We Stay Alive
An personal electro-pop album about finding hope following a lifetime-altering period of time of injury and isolation. Audio common?
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Audio the Bells
“I want that good grief, the 1 that heals me,” sings Mpls.’s preferred literary rapper on this unlikely collab.
Death Just before Mourning
This album slows down my heart rate. I’m convinced it can gradual time as well.
The Finish is Not the Finish
A sci-fi notion album that blazes a trail by a tragic reduction. Pair it with Mallman’s vivid memoir, The Joy Playlist.
Free of charge Existence
An album that will normally remind me of singing music of hope in three-portion harmony with my best tunes close friends.
Down So Long
I’m convinced this is 1 of the most underrated albums of the 10 years. The Minneapolis Audio echoes in Greg’s ingenious beats and raps.
Wet Day Tunes
Tim O’Reagan’s voice on “Tampa to Tulsa” is like a warm blanket on an apocalyptically cold day.
We Don’t Even Reside Below
Talking of the apocalypse: Here’s a killer soundtrack to help us dance by it.
A spare, atmospheric album about reinventing ourselves and finding a superior way to forge forward.
Sign O’ the Occasions
Even when factors are at their most dire, Prince reminds us to go “Play in the Sunshine,” sext our beloveds, and rock this mother down.