25 Projects & Albums of 2020 (so far...)

Halfway through the year, we think it's important to take a look back at the most influential, inventive, and important projects of any length - EP's or albums - that have come to define 2020 at large. Musically, socially, and dynamically, these 25 projects have led the way for other artists with other projects to ensure that 2020 - even given its immense challenges - is soundtracked by incredible music. No hierarchy, just ordered by date of release.

25 2020 Projects & Albums so far.jpg
Clairmont the Second - It's Not How It S

Clairmont the Second | It's Not How it Sounds


Musically & Socially, Spillage Village are a Necessary Force of Enlightenment

Ville - Nashville-01.png

Nashville | A Playlist Dedicated to our Era's Best Underground Scene

Fresh Veggies 2-01.jpg

Fresh Veggies Comes Full Circle with Anticipated Followup 

Cautious Clay - Agreeable.jpg



Cautious Clay


Dance On Me

Dave B.

Day Before


Devin Morrison

Chi Lochi Interview-01.png

An Interview with 20-Year-Old Philanthropic Stylist, Chi Ilochi

Age is only a number, and for 20-year-old Nigerian-American fashion stylist, Chi Ilochi, other number mean much more. The number of opportunities she makes for herself to teach people self-expression through fashion; the number of individuals with disabilities that she has styled; the number of underrepresented communities that she aims to lift up through fashion. Chi truly is the fusion of fashion and philanthropy.

'I like for my work to be timeless, and also cater to my client’s personal interests and personality.'

Style Points | Ari Lennox 9x7-01.jpg

10 Reasons why the Dreamville Soulstress is a Style Queen


Vitaly Design | a story of Futurist Fashion Fluidity


How the Italian Frame Collective is Spurring an Age of Self-Expression

Style Points | Kojey Radical 9x7-01.jpg

10 Ways why the UK-Ghanain Fashion Lord Can Keep You Safe in a Protest

The Street Art of Vancouver | Walking from one place to another yields a remarkable amount of storytelling.

It feels as though Vancouver is home to its own color palette. Born of its natural surroundings and reaffirmed in its environmentally centric design, the city and its art breathe of pale blues, deep greens, and flashes of vibrant yellows, reds, blacks, and whites. In any other surroundings, its general feeling would exude a dream-state, evoke sleepiness. But in a city as perfectly designed; in a natural setting as awe-inspiring and inspirational as they come, the melancholy of Vancouver and British Columbia at large is a happy sort of glum one didn’t know was possible.

The Street Art of Havana-01.png

The Street Art of Havana

Stutterheim Artwork Final.jpg

How a Swedish Raincoat Company is Changing Design

The Street Art of Nashville-01.png

The street Art of Nashville


An Interview with Oliver Asadi

A Thousand Words | Mathieu Ajan

So often, the people doing the most for the world of art and culture – for photography and cinematography – are those who have the courage to capture the exceptionalism of the everyday. Don’t get it twisted, the high-fidelity and extravagant serve their purpose, too. But more often than not, the most brash, brave statements come at the hands of the most honest art. For a while now, that search for truth has led a lot of modern photographers and videographers to the timelessness of film methodology. Like the return to vinyl, its texture and innate imperfection grant it a strange, deeper connection to the tethers of reality as we know them – or at least as we knew them through the innocent omnipotence of childhood.

A Thousand Words | Andre Wagner-01.jpg

A Thousand Words | Andre Wagner


Freddie Gibbs Live @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Denver

A Thousand Words | Stephanie Jung-01.jpg

A Thousand Words | Stephanie Jung


Mick Jenkins Live @ Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Denver