Music Review: Top 10 Albums of 2022 – Part 1

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Jockstrap, I Love You Jennifer B

Surprising for it’s often soft and gauzy interpretation of disco and house music, and its broader writing style, I Love You Jennifer B sees Jockstrap moving closer to pop music but with fantastically perverse embellishments that are simultaneously operatic and lo-fi. Unpredictable, charming and alarming – Jockstrap are one of kind.

About John Preston

South London based music obsessive with strong opinions about most things. Doubts Madonna has another good record in her but would love more than anything to be proved wrong.