Spin Art: 10 Best Dance Music Album Covers Of 2013
December 26, 2013 - 7:55 pm
1. Major Lazer, Free The Universe
Badass cartoon portraying music and massacre.
2. Claude VonStoke, Urban Animal
Societal statement art; imagine if one day we only had cyber birds left that didn’t even chirp.
3. Rudimental, Home
A beautiful graffiti “throw-up” piece, which indicates we are about to feel a city's energy in the music.
4. Disclosure, Settle
Continuing their signature sketch art, Disclosure takes the white outlining to the faces of little children. Where will it go next, octogenarians would be dope. Or hot young ladies.
5. Krewella, Get Wet
What you are about to hear is the equivalent to a musical volcano. Ready to erupt, bitches?
6. Laurel Halo, Chance of Rain
Macabre pencil sketches that make us wonder if we are just living humdrum day-to-day, like the dead. Let’s wake up.
7. Empire of the Sun, Ice on the Dune
Fantasy and vibrancy will ensue. We are fearless and don't care what anyone thinks because our music contains Kryptonite.
8. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories
The sexiest helmet the world has ever laid eyes on, luring millions in with its shiny glow.
9. Diplo, Revolution EP
Through booties that twerk in abundance comes mighty power. Diplo, we could not agree more.
10. Kill Paris, To A New Earth EP
Take some hallucinogens and look at this one for five hours, if you have time to kill.