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The Nocturnal Times Top Electronic/Dance Albums 2019



Another big year is coming to a close, which means another year full of some major releases. Choosing our top albums of the year is never an easy feat, and this year was certainly no different. With 2019 as the last year of the decade, The Nocturnal Times Top Electronic/Dance Albums 2019 is filled with an assortment of musical sub-genres.

This year brought about a handful of immediate contenders for album of the year, according to The Nocturnal Times. Taking into account various factors, our top selection of LPs include popular, sleeper, veteran, and up-and-coming artist releases. The late Avicii released his quality posthumous album TIM to rave reviews, while Snacks (Supersize) from Jax Jones saw an unprecedented debut LP from the British mega-talent. From Gryffin’s Gravity to trance kingpin Armin van Buuren’s Balance, along with Mark Ronson’s Late Night Feelings, DJ Snake’s Carte Blanche, and Madeon’s Good Faith, our top 10 undoubtedly boasts some of the year’s most quality works.

Jax Jones – Snacks (Supersize)

Avicii – TIM 

Gryffin – Gravity 

Armin van Buuren – Balance

DJ Snake – Carte Blanche   


Mark Ronson – Late Night Feelings

Marshmello – Joytime III  

ILLENIUM – Ascend 

Madeon – Good Faith 

Grum – Deep State

Audien – Escapism 

The Chemical Brothers – No Geography 

Klingande – The Album 

Feed Me – High Street Creeps 

Rudimental – Toast to our Differences

Cassius – Dreems

The Chainsmokers – World War Joy

GRiZ – Ride Waves

Third Party – Together

Dabin – Wild Youth 

Jai Wolf – The Cure To Loneliness 

Andrew Bayer – In My Next Life 

Big Wild – Superdream

Above & Beyond – Flow State 

Luttrell – Into Clouds

Breathe Caroline – DEADTHEALBUM 

Tycho – Weather

Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge – Kingdom United 

Gesaffelstein – Hyperion 


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