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We’re refreshing and revising our old Counting Down lists to make room for new albums and insights that have come along since their initial publication. Our first ranking of Björk’s albums from worst to best originally ran on February 22, 2013.

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Bruno Staub

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Before Oneohtrix Point Never, there was Magic Oneohtrix Point Never. Daniel Lopatin’s original name for his project was derived from a mishearing of a radio station jingle that he grew up with in his Massachusetts hometown. He would end up simplifying the name, but never his sound. For the last decade, Lopatin has channeled his…

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Back in 2016, Phil Elverum apparently inspired a new speaker company. That year, the Microphones/Mount Eerie songwriter announced he wouldn’t be touring. One fan, Nick Dangerfield, offered to build him 50 speakers that could be connected to an app on Elverum’s phone, so he could play live for his fans from home. This eventually led…

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Fresh new sounds from queer Iberoamerica, featuring Javiera Mena, Rita Indiana, Raymix and more For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

“Venezuelan music has always been with me, and I’m so grateful to have studied some of its musical stylings,” electronic artist says of the track For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Arca begins her new album like we’ve never heard her before: straightforward and confrontational, arrogant and assured. “I do what I want to do when I want to do it,” she sings, her voice dripping metallic. “Nonbinary” is steely and cool; the beat bends and then ricochets into sharp and decisive shots. “Who do you…

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Fresh new sounds from Iberoamerica, featuring Arca, Camila Moreno, Daddy Yankee, Black Eyed Peas, and more For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)