Flashback Friday Album Review: Djesse Vol. 2

Djesse Vol. 2 by Jacob Collier, Hajanga Records (2019)

Today’s album review is the first in our Flashback Friday series, where we pull out an older album to review instead of a new release. This past Monday, July 19, 2021, marked the two year anniversary of the release of Jacob Collier’s Djesse Volume 2. It’s one of my personal favorite records, and even now two years later, I find myself listening to it often.

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Apt. 6/8 is the work of Chloe Smith and Anna Williams, who are current graduate students studying musicology at Yale and Arizona State respectively.

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Apt. 6/8

Apt. 6/8

Apt. 6/8 is the work of Chloe Smith and Anna Williams, who are current graduate students studying musicology at Yale and Arizona State respectively.

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