What You Should Be Listening to in January

Updated: Jan 18, 2018

It's hard to find time to keep track of all the new music in the works. We get lost, and that's why we're here for you to keep you on the right track.

We have compiled a list of noteworthy album releases in January that you are going to want to check out. There's a bit of something for everyone on this list, and if you dive in, we think you will be pleasantly surprised.

Ephorize - Cupcakke (January 5th 2018)

You don't need any features when you're Cupcakke. Ephorize is perhaps her most contemplative piece of work thus far while still being true to her NSFW personality.

Blue Madonna - BØRNS (January 12th)

Styled with painted nails and floral crop tops, Michigan-native, BØRNS has us excited for his sophomore album. Embodying a number of famous rockstars - from Bowie to a more melodic soundscape comparable to The Beach Boys - there are layers to his music we can't wait to unravel.

Camila - Camila Cabello( January 12th)

First there was Zayn, then there was Camila. Straight off the departure from the girl band Fifth Harmony, comes Camila Cabello's first solo album. She has consistently released singles for the past few months, and we are interested to see how they pair as a collective album.

To Imagine - The Neighbourhood (January 12th)

Known for their breakout single, Sweater Weather, The Neighbourhood returns with their EP, To Imagine. The band is evolving and finding their sound while keeping the same vocal style we know and love.

Primal Heart - Kimbra (January 19th)

As a follow up to Golden Echo, Kimbra returns with her third studio album, Primal Heart. This record features the work of producers such John Congleton and Skrillex. Kimbra stuns in her first offical video for the album, Top of the World, as seen above.

How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 2) - Belle & Sebastian (January 19th)

Formed in Glaslow in 1996, the collective Belle & Sebastian has released over 9 albums to date. We are excited for the second chapter of How to Solve Our Human Problems and wait eagerly for its release.

M A N I A - Fall Out Boy (January 19th)

The twelve year-old versions of ourselves are shaking in the oversized Sorel's that our older siblings no longer wear but our mother's insist we must adopt. Wentz and Stump have spent some time back in the studio making music and rekindling their flame. We couldn't be more jazzed.

Ultraviolet - Justine Skye (January 19th)

Other than being running around and being BFF's with some of the big name models in Hollywood, Justine has been spending her time in the studio. Her debut album Ultraviolet showcases her R&B vocals and cool writing style.

Miss You - Clean Bandit (January 19th)

This electro-pop collective is on track to release Miss You. Their single, I Miss You, features Julia Michaels, who is all over the charts lately. Currently securing a spot with their single, Symphony, featuring Zara Larsson, Clean Bandit will surely be adding more to that list with the release of this album.

The House - Porches (January 19th)

I am steadily dreaming with Porches as the soundtrack. This synth-pop project will be one you don't want to miss. Peep the video for their new single, Find Me, above.

Voicenotes - Charlie Puth (January 19th)

It's been a long time coming since the release of Puth's first single, Attention, in April 2017. This was his first release off his upcoming album, Voicenotes. Since then, Puth has released a few more tunes with a funky sort of feel.

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