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Commuting, cooking, hanging with friends… These are all situations that call for great tunes. And just as we were starting to tire of our go-to jams, a new crop of albums took our Spotify account by storm. From the Solange songs we can’t stop playing to a welcome return by Bon Iver, here are the eight albums we’ll have on repeat this fall.
If you listen to one album this season, make it this. Beyonce’s little sis solidifies herself as a masterful songwriter, social commentator and all-around badass.
Listen to: “Don’t Touch My Hair”
We’ve long loved Spektor’s work (hi, Orange Is the New Black theme song). This album follows suit, tackling darker themes in dreamy, whimsical tones.
Listen to: “Bleeding Heart”
It doesn’t come out until October 21, but based on the soulful rock-pop tracks she’s been teasing, this will be the banger album to beat.
Listen to: “Million Reasons”
More experimental than previous albums, Bon Iver’s latest was worth the five-year wait. Swoon over emotional songs written over electronic bents.
Listen to: “33 ‘GOD’”
Satisfyingly trippy, this follow-up to 2014’s Goddess keeps up the rising singer’s reputation for electro-pop coolness.
Listen to: “Gemini Feed”
Ten albums in, Wilco shows no signs of slowing. While Schmilco doesn’t cover much new territory, it’s light and folksy and entirely enjoyable—especially to die-hard fans.
Listen to: “If I Ever Was a Child”
This former Voice contestant is all about girl power. Her debut album is brassy and empowering and tackles themes of feminism, body positivity and self-worth.
Listen to: “Monster”
The folksy band is back with its third (more mainstream) album. Expect jams that are still enjoyable with trademark quirky lyrics and beautiful harmonies.
Listen to: “Signs of Light”
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