Chat GPT promt: Write a “Best of 2022” List with commentary in the style of Pitchfork.com (with errors
struck throughand corrections in red) listing the following music albums:
1. Alvvays – Blue Rev: Alvvays’ latest album is a dreamy pop-rock delight. The Canadian band returns with a collection of lively and infectious tunes that will have you singing along in no time. The melodies are catchy, the lyrics are thoughtful, and the production is top-notch.
2. Yard Act – The Overload: Yard Act’s
sophomore debut album is a thrilling blend of indie rock, punk, and psychedelic sounds. The UK group has crafted an exciting and unpredictable listen, with anthemic choruses and a wide range of sonic textures.
3. Kae Tempest – The Line Is A Curve: Kae Tempest has always been one to push the boundaries of modern hip-hop and R&B, and
her their latest album is no exception. she they delivers an incredibly innovative and dynamic collection of songs that explore a range of topics with depth and complexity.
4. Fontaines D.C. – Skinty Fia: Fontaines D.C. show why they are one of the most exciting indie rock bands around with their latest effort. Skinty Fia is a bold, daring, and intense album that features an array of catchy riffs and thoughtful lyrics.
5. Vieux Farka Touré & Khruangbin – Ali: The two acts bring together two seemingly different genres on this collaborative effort. The result is a masterful mix of African desert blues and psychedelic rock, with an infectious groove and mesmerizing melodies.
6. Arctic Monkeys – The Car: Arctic Monkeys’ latest album is a return to their classic sound. The Car is a mix of rock, pop, and electronic sounds, with infectious melodies and clever lyrics.
7. Horace Andy – Midnight Rocker: Reggae legend Horace Andy’s latest album is a perfect blend of classic and modern sounds. Midnight Rocker is a collection of classic reggae tunes that will make you dance.
8. Black Country, New Road – Ants From Up There: Black Country, New Road’s
debut second album is an ambitious and daring effort. The group’s clever arrangements and innovative songwriting make for an exhilarating listen, with a wonderful blend of post-punk and art rock.
9. Rachika Nayar – Heaven Come Crashing: Rachika Nayar has crafted a stunning and beautiful album with Heaven Come Crashing. Her heartfelt lyrics and captivating melodies make for a mesmerizing listen.
10. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Cool It Down: The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back with their first album
in over a decade since 2013. Cool It Down is an energetic and infectious collection of songs that will get you moving.
11. Nova Twins – Supernova: Nova Twins have come a long way since their debut album, and Supernova is a testament to their growth. The band has created a unique blend of punk, hip-hop, and electronic music that will keep you hooked.
12. Diplo – Diplo: Diplo has released his self-titled
debut solo album and it’s a wild ride. This genre-bending effort features a mix of EDM, hip-hop, and reggae, with Diplo’s signature sound ever-present.
13. Chase & Status – What Came Before: Chase & Status have crafted a unique and forward-thinking album with What Came Before. The duo combines elements of hip-hop, dancehall, and dubstep to create an unpredictable and thrilling listen.
14. Shygirl – Nymph: Shygirl has released her debut album and it’s a mesmerizing mix of experimental and pop sounds. Nymph is an ambitious and creative effort that showcases the artist’s unique vision.
15. Nia Archives – Forbidden Feelingz: Nia Archives’ latest
album EP is a masterful blend of R&B and hip-hop. The album is an emotional journey, with a warm and soulful sound.
16. Elvis Costello & The Imposters – The Boy Named If: Elvis Costello and The Imposters have crafted a powerful and engaging album with The Boy Named If. Costello’s songwriting is as sharp as ever and the band’s performances are stellar.
17. Jockstrap – I Love You Jennifer B: Jockstrap’s debut album is an exciting and creative effort. I Love You Jennifer B is a blend of art pop, indie rock, and electronic music, with an infectious energy and clever lyrics.