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  1. All My Heroes Are Cornballs
    by JPEGMAFIA
    Thot Tactics Thot Tactics
    A masterpiece in disappointment, the marketing of this was just as genius, satirical, and humorous as the music. JPEGMAFIA has been untouchable as of late.
  2. EP!
    by JPEGMAFIA
    ROUGH 7 ROUGH 7
    JPEG disappoints us so good he's just spoiling us at this point.

    On a serious note, thanks for keeping us company throughout 2020, Peggy. Damn...
  3. Orange Mathematics
    by Frontierer
    Bleak Bleak
    This album is the sonic equivalent of manically organized destruction. It's a disorienting experience that chews you up and spits you back out by the end.
  4. Crest of Flames
    by Rozen
    Between Heaven and Earth Between Heaven and Earth
    The soundtrack of "Three Houses" stepped up the game with Fire Emblem soundtracks. Rozen's arrangements, however, step it up a notch... and it's absolutely perfect. You can feel a lot of heartfelt love that was put into making this.
  5. Still
    by Snooze
  6. Vandereer
    by El Huervo
  7. A Thing With Feathers
    by El Huervo
  8. The Setup [Single]
    by El Huervo
  9. Sambandh
    by El Huervo, Ratvader
  10. Nightingale
    by El Huervo, Ratvader
  11. Fear of God (ft. Pollari)
    by Yung Skrrt, AObeats
    The replay value of this song is so damn high.
  12. Unloved
    by Frontierer
    Gower St. Gower St.
    Non-stop pure, raw, and undistilled chaos and anger, this is definitely an essential mathcore album for generations to come. It's that fucking tight.
  13. Beef (feat. Ethereal)
    by Playboi Carti
    Underrated Carti cut. This beat is nasty cute, a'ight.
  14. Breaking English
    by Rafiq Bhatia
    Hoods Up Hoods Up
    Rafiq (of Son Lux), along with his dazzling collective of supporting collaborators, displays an adept ear for silence, space, texture, and energy with this record, and - aside from the ambient and experimental pieces that are aligned within this album - his guitar playing is reflective of this: adventurous in his curiosity to explore what music is capable of with a tone of experience and humility.
  15. Familiaris
    by Snooze
    Amicus Pawsterum Amicus Pawsterum
    The story (and cycle of life) of one goodest boi is waxed poetic and sung along to the furious joy of math-prog instrumentation. Astronoid, CHON, and Devin Townsend (among others) would be proud to see their sounds amalgamate into something so pure, beautiful, and emotional.
  16. Rhythm and Xen
    by Sevish
    Droplet Droplet
    A fascinating fusion of microtonal music with an array of electronic music styles which very much sparkles wonder inasmuch as it provokes one into meditation. Sevish is a top recommendation for one getting into xenharmonic music because it's just so accessible and beautiful even to those not well-versed in xenharmonic music (e.g. me).
  17. Fetish (EP)
    by Filago
    Sarah's Laughter Sarah's Laughter
    Underrated group that radiates a nostalgic texture and aesthetic... Jim's voice and singing is really dreamy and ultimately flexible, having sung for Carpenter Brut, Perturbator, and being a part of OddZoo.

    Do check this EP and Filago's discography if you'd like to check more of his work.
  18. Hyperboloid 2020
    by Various Artists
  19. Draining Love Story
    by Sewerslvt
    Yandere Complex Yandere Complex
    The Internet is a dark place, but Sewerslvt's music brings out an identical picture of what it really looks like under the glitz and glamour. If relevance means anything to them, this music is a time capsule that emanates the aura of adult swim, anime, and after hours web-surfing the darkest, loneliest corners of online society.
  20. Board Up the House
    by Genghis Tron
    Board Up The House Board Up The House
    One of the most unsung heroes of the grind, Genghis Tron has one of the best fusions of styles and genres ever with their blend of tainted screams and electronic pastiche. Their legacy deserves so much more recognition.