Pitchfork's Best Progressive Pop Music of 2021

Pitchfork's Best Progressive Pop Music of 2021

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C. Tangana - El Madrileño
February 26, 2021
Critic Score
2 reviews

dltzk - Frailty
November 12, 2021
Critic Score
3 reviews

The official debut from the young digicore producer and songwriter is riveting, a shapeshifting emo-electronic record that sounds like new worlds seeping out of a digital abyss.

dltzk - Teen Week
February 26, 2021
Critic Score
1 review

Doss - 4 New Hit Songs
May 7, 2021
Critic Score
1 review
Veering from bubblegum house to shoegaze, the producer and singer captures the intimacy of the dancefloor.

Erika De Casier - Sensational
May 21, 2021
Critic Score
13 reviews
Though heavily inspired by ’90s and ’00s R&B, the Portugal-born, Danish musician grows into a quietly commanding presence of her own on her second album.

Lily Konigsberg - Lily We Need to Talk Now
October 29, 2021
Critic Score
9 reviews

On her debut album, the New York polymath roams free across a map of the last 50 years of contemporary pop music, leading to her most accessible and purposeful record to date.

Magdalena Bay - Mercurial World
October 8, 2021
Critic Score
10 reviews
Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin’s fuzzy, rococo synthpop confections have a magic power: They sound like whatever you grew up with, whenever that was.

Tinashe - 333
August 6, 2021
Critic Score
5 reviews
Parlaying creative independence into her best work to date, the R&B star’s latest self-released album is a showcase for her omnivorous tastes and supremely light touch.

Xenia Rubinos - Una Rosa
October 15, 2021
Critic Score
6 reviews
The singer-songwriter’s latest album is steeped in Caribbean texts that have influenced her musicianship. In its shades of love and grief, it sounds like life as it arrives.
Original Source: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/best-progressive-pop-music-2021/
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