Hangover Album Roundup

Shut the curtains, choke down an Alka-Seltzer, and spin one of these babies from start to finish. They won’t undo that 8th Whiskey Ginger, but they’ll make the pain a little more bearable.


  1. Definitive-Hangover-PlaylistPurity Ring – Another Eternity. Let Edmonton, Alberta electronic duo Purity Ring’s shimmering beats wash over you as you reflect upon the life choices that brought you here. ***Embed on Tuesday***
  2. Widowspeak – The Swamps. The Brooklyn group’s 2013 EP will carry your mind to to a happy place, even though your body is still nailed to the couch. 

  3. Poliça – Shulamith. Channy Leaneagh’s ethereal vocals should help to sooth your pounding head, but you’re on your own with the drymouth.

  4. Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again. Kiwanuka’s 2012 debut is reminiscent of Marvin Gaye’s What’s Goin On, much like your life is reminiscent of death this morning.

  5. Local Natives- Hummingbird. This 2013 gem is the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday morning inauguration as Mayor of Drunktown.

  6. Shuggie Otis – Freedom Flight. Enjoy the sweet guitar jams of Otis’ early 70s masterpiece, while you keep attempting that first sip of Gatorade.

  7. The War on Drugs – Lost In the Dream. Some easy-going rock to fill the air as you build up the energy to grab the glass of water on the night stand.

  8. Explosions In the Sky – The Earth Is Not a Cold, Dead Place. “Explosions In Your Brain – Your Body Is Basically a Cold, Dead Place.” Get it?

  9. A.A Bondy – Believers. This mellow acoustic album may help help you believe in your recovery, which is the first step.

  10. Actress – Ghettoville. This electronic soundscape is your one-way ticket to Out-Coldville, and a few more hours of sleep may be your best bet.

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