With the constant updates of best new music, the staff here at COLLiDE is just looking to share their favorite album in heaviest rotation, new and old.
Over the course of the next few weeks, we’ll be updating this list with our staff picks of most listened to records of the week with a couple of wildcard topics here and there. What’s in your heaviest rotation?
Album in heaviest rotation: “Oasis by J.Balvin & Bad Bunny: J.Balvin and Bad Bunny alone are great but together they’re unstoppable! Oasis is the reggaeton record I’ve been waiting for my entire life. If you want to have a good time, this is the album for you. ”
Album in heaviest rotation: “Knock Knock by DJ Koze: To me, this album feels like sitting around a campfire at night with a group of friends. It’s minimal house done in the best way possible.”
Album in heaviest rotation: “Anak Ko by Jay Som: This record just came out last week and it’s really pretty great. After a few listens, I still prefer Turn Into and Everybody Works, but this is definitely a record of musical growth. So far, “Peace Out” and “Get Well” are my favorite star tracks. Go listen!!!”
Album in heaviest rotation: “Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough? by Bleached: Well, I do live in LA now – such a fun summer soundtrack. Love this new record!”
Album in heaviest rotation: “Miss Universe by Nilüfer Yanya: I love her”
Album in heaviest rotation: “The Big Dirty by Every Time I Die: Southern Rock meets true HxC. Since its release, it’s been a weekly jam. Will never forget the first time I heard this from front to back. “