Top 25 Albums of 2016


04. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool

After The King Of Limbs none of us expected such a good record from Radiohead. Their latest works focused mostly on the rhythmic section leaving melodies on the background, ending in more cold and distant productions. With A Moon Shaped Pool emotions are back at the center of the process and the entire album delivers an extremely powerful moody atmosphere with great pathos and Radiohead’s distinctive class. (Thomas Borgogni)


03. David Bowie – Blackstar

The most eclectic artist of the XXth century leaved us two days after the release of his last record: Blackstar. An artful, jazzy, solemn testament of the most influential figure pop music has ever encountered. The amazing string arrangements of the title track, the saxophone in Lazarus, the free flowing tempo of Sue (Or In a Season of Crime) and the candid admissions of the closing track make Blackstar an essential listening, and the best album by Bowie since probably…Heroes! (Fabio Calissi)


02. Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition

Atrocity Exhibition stays for XXX the same as To Pimp a Butterfly stays for Good Kid, M.A.A.D City by Kendrick Lamar: it represents the evolution of the artist and the man, symbolizing the end of a path for Danny Brown, a point of no return and ultimately it will be a new standard and a constant term of comparison for hip hop music. (Fabio Calissi)


01. Frank Ocean – Blonde

The long awaited return of Frank Ocean, four years after his wonderful debut album Channel Orange, makes us feel like every single day of awaiting was definitely worth it. Blonde is the peak of Christopher Breaux’s career, a perfect misture of melancholy, irony and energy. Frank seems to have found his perfect equilibrium, and the result is majestic. Frank Ocean proves us once again why he is one of the most influential artists of this age, with only two albums, a couple of productions, some collaborations and a mixtape: the future is in his hands. (Carlo Casentini)


Individual top 10:

Carlo Casentini

01. Frank Ocean – Blonde
02. David Bowie – Blackstar
03. Kanye West – The Life of Pablo
04. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
05. Chance the Rapper – Colouring Book
06. Skepta – Konnichiwa
07. Kaytranada – 99.9%
08. Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered
09. A Tribe Called Quest – We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service
10. Moderat – III

Fabio Calissi

01. Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition
02. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree
03. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
04. David Bowie – Blackstar
05. Swans – The Glowing Man
06. Fank Ocean – Blonde
07. Death Grips – Bottomless Pit
08. Preoccupations – Preoccupations
09. Neurosis – Fires Within Fires
10. Kendrick Lamar – untitled unmastered.

Michele Sinatti

01. Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition
02. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
03. Frank Ocean – Blonde
04. Anderson .Paak – Malibu
05. Autechre – elseq
06. Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Denial
07. ANHONI – Hopelessness
08. Skepta – Konnichiwa
09. A Tribe Called Quest- We Got It From Here…
10. The Avalanches – Wildflower

Giorgio Maali

01. Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition
02. Frank Ocean – Blonde
03. Autechre – elseq 1-5
04. Anohni – Hopelessness
05. David Bowie – Blackstar
06. Bon Iver – 22, a Million
07. Sumac – What One Becomes
08. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
09. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree
10. Death Grips – Bottomless Pit

Thomas Borgogni

01. Frank Ocean – Blonde
02. David Bowie – Blackstar
03. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree
04. Autechre – elseq 1–5
05. Anohni – Hopelessness
06. Sumac – What One Becomes
07. Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
08. Lorenzo Senni – Persona
09. Death Grips – Bottomless Pit
10. James Blake – The colour in anything

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