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Albums of the Year 2021: Ollie Crook

1.Tyler, The Creator – Call Me If You Get Lost

With every release, Odd Future’s standout star has shown a rawness that although often provocative, flows so easily. Tyler, The Creator’s latest offering, Call Me If You Get Lost is a love letter to the hip-hop of his youth. From the inclusion of DJ Drama to guest spots from Lil’ Wayne, it’s an ode to the 2000s. Lyrically centred around a failed love, sonically it’s pure nostalgia—and it suits him. The best moments are when he lets his guard down and the listener in: Check out the eight minute freestyle ‘Wilshire’ for the full extent of his growth and talent. 

2.Mdou Moctar – Afrique Victime

3.Amyl and the Sniffers – Comfort To Me

4.Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters

5.Dooms Children – S/T

6.The Muslims – Fuck These Fuckin Fascists

7.Kills Birds – Married

8.Olivia Rodrigo – Sour

9.Matrimony – Kitty Finger Reissue

10.Evan Greer – Spotify is Surveillance

11.The Hold Steady – Open Door Policy

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