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If Big Thief’s more recent albums have been self-contained mini-masterpieces, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You is exactly the sort of sprawling (20 songs!), no-boundaries pastiche of experimentalism that pushes the band farther in every direction than it’s been before. (With a title like that, could it be anything else?) For best effect: Repeat often. —Corey Seymour, senior editor Few songwriters better capture the head-rush of falling in love better than Carly Rae Jepsen—I dare you to find a more emotionally succinct lyric than “Before you came into my life, I missed you so bad.” Proving that “Call Me Maybe” was no viral fluke, Jepsen has continued to make some of the hookiest pop records of the past decade. Her sixth studio album, The Loneliest Time, doubles down on the bubblegum pleasures of Jepsen’s best-known hits while diving headfirst into the more melancholic shades of love and lust. “Surrender My Heart” is an ascendant pop record about Jepsen’s desire to let her guard down (“I paid to toughen up in therapy / She said to me, ‘Soften up’”), while the title track is a disco ballad dedicated to a lover that she knows isn’t good for her. Like all of the best dance music, there’s an undercurrent of sadness laced throughout The Loneliest Time that makes it linger. —Keaton Bell

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With Crash, the final album in Charli XCX’s deal with Atlantic Records, the pop artist said she wanted to embrace “everything that the life of a pop figurehead has to offer in today’s world—celebrity, obsession, and global hits.” Less a contractual obligation than an all-out rager capping off her major label era, Crash effortlessly synthesizes Charli’s commercial instincts with her more experimental impulses. It plays like a mixtape of lost ’80s and ’90s dance-pop, with nods to everyone from Janet Jackson (in the title track) to New Order to Prince. If Crash is Charli’s so-called “major label sell-out” record, it’s a helluva way to go out. —K.B. I first discovered Charlotte Adigéry in 2019 via “High Lights,” a smart, sexy, deliberately tongue-in-cheek lament for her obsession with switching up her wigs over a finger-snapping electro-pop beat, before she fell off the radar for a couple of years. So it was a pleasure to see her return earlier this year with her debut album, made in collaboration with Bolis Pupul, as well as Adigéry’s long-time coproducers Soulwax, the pioneering electroclash Belgian DJ duo. Titled Topical Dancer, it’s a subversive skewering of both racism and the self-righteousness of identity politics, all laid over beats so infectious they could be added to a CDC list. On “Blenda,” Adigéry sings “Go back to your country where you belong / Siri, can you tell me where I belong?”—but with its funky, squelchy bassline, you only want to dance. Where other pop artists attempting to fold politics into their music feels desperately clunky, Adigéry and Pupul’s absurdist vision slips down like an ice-cool cocktail. —L.H.

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Renaissance was more than a great Beyoncé album. It was also a cultural bellwether that signaled it was time for all of us to dance together again…for real this time. There is a strong through line of jubilation and rejoicing across the album—perfect for our post-Trump, post-COVID, post-everything landscape—with lyrics such as “I feel like falling in love” and “Just vibe / Voting out 45, don’t get out of line” being sung over groovy ballroom party-ready beats. What makes Renaissance the album of the year for me is not how much I have enjoyed it, but how much others have too. TikTok is littered with creative and astonishingly high-concept, high-production dances to songs from the album. (There’s also this very hilarious edit.) Since its release in July, I’ve heard the album pop up everywhere in day-to-day life. It was a mainstay during NYFW affairs. Cars in Brooklyn blast “Break My Soul” out of their open windows. A friend spent a whole conversation shouting the memorable “Alien Superstar” refrain, “Unique!,” at me. And at a recent Quentin Tarantino–themed apartment party, a group of girls propped a phone against a wall and recorded a dance to “Cuff It” for TikTok, full of joy. The album is not only a masterpiece of creativity but also a sparker of it. Renaissance certainly lives up to its name. —André-Naquian Wheeler, fashion news writer

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