Sporting sparkly electronic layers, the album presented a future-leaning sound that also tipped the hat to the past.
Some phenomenal roasted Brussels sprouts with chili, green onion and sesame seeds. Instant fave.
The actual winner of the 2014 Grammy for Album Of The Year to be honest, no shade intended.
The Georgia band’s fifth album was their commercial breakthrough in the 80s, building upon the mainstream momentum started by their previous LP.
The Canadian indie band’s long-gestating seventh album is country music (specifically Canadian country music) filtered through the prism of celebratory and unapologetic queerness.