–by Quincy Tejani, Music Connoisseur–
As the cold weather starts to close in on us we prepare for the season by stocking up on warm comfort foods and creating a seasonal playlist for the ages. The best winter albums can be perfect accompaniment to the cold, bleak weather or for the warmth and coziness you feel snuggling safe and warm in your house. Either way, winter-season albums help us to embrace the cold rather than fear it. That being said, here are a few albums we love to spin that help us enjoy the chilliest months just a little bit more.
Radiohead | Kid A | 2000
Bon Iver | For Emma, Forever Ago | 2007
Sigur Ros | Agaetis Byrjun | 1999
Joni Mitchell | Blue | 1971
The xx | xx | 2009
James Blake | Overgrown | 2013
Boards of Canada | Music Has the Right to Children
Quincy Tejani is the co-founder of The Violet Wave and is also editor of music. When he’s not listening to or writing about music you can probably find him walking through the forests of Ontario or questioning the inner workings of the universe. He also never turns down a cold Pabst… never.
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