Double Talk Talk but I think they're really good Spring/Autumn albums respectively
Summer - Passion Pit's Chunk of Change (runner up is Spoon's GaGaGaGaGa)
Spring - Feist's Reminder
(runner up: Taylor Swift's Speak Now)
Fall - Iron and Wine's The Shepherds Dog (runner-up: Beirut's Gulag Orkestar)
Winter - Ryuichi Sakamoto's Playing the Piano (runner up: GY!BE's F#A#)
michigan being more of a "winter transitioning into spring" album than a spring album, nepenthe being more late summer into fall as well.
fall and winter are best seasons
el negro is a great winter album now that I think about it
and +anyone who has microphones/mount eerie
Funny, I saw Astral Weeks as more of an autumn album, but spring actually works pretty well
That Harmonium album is great, especially for spring. Good choice
Nice choice of Eno
For me, Neil Young has always felt like autumn
Pretty good, if I was going to chose an Agalloch album I would've chosen their debut and Pygmalion instead but best on in thread.
Nice. Glow pt. 2 is a great winter album but I also think it's great for every other season
how can your "go to" summer album be an album that's only been out for one summer
some weird choices but otherwise nice
hardcore punk in the winter? strange, but I can get behind that
I don't really get how doopee time is a seasonal album but otherwise can I dig it
winter is the best season btw
I actually know this feel. I first discovered anco in the winter, I remember my friend was moving out of his apartment so all the furniture was gone and we'd cut off all the lights and smoke joints with a strobe light on, playing that album too loud to think
Not him but one of the most vivid memories of listening to music I have is when I listened to Bluish while snow was falling, maybe it was so effective because that song is straight up dream pop but none the less it was great.
I don't even like Anco but that is a great album for winter.