We are thrilled to announce that the Albumism family continues to expand with the very welcome addition of Jay Wasserman. Combined with his proven penchant for the written word, Jay’s undeniable passion for music is destined to enhance our ever-evolving content platform. We encourage the Albumism community to stay tuned for much more from Jay, and in the meantime, check out his recently published debut article that revisits The Roots’ underappreciated tenth studio album Undun (2011).
More about Jay:
Jay Wasserman is from Detroit and developed his love of music there from a young age. His father’s extensive and eclectic record collection ranged from Prince to Pink Floyd, and his radio was always tuned to hip-hop station WJLB. While rap is his favorite genre, classic/prog rock and jazz have increasingly crept into the fold of his preferences. You can find him in Brooklyn debating whether Aquemini or ATLiens is the better album. Follow Jay on Twitter via @WayJasserman.
Jay’s 5 Favorite Albums of All Time:
CunninLynguists | A Piece of Strange (2006)
Led Zeppelin | Houses of the Holy (1973)
OutKast | ATLiens (1996) & Aquemini (1998) [tie]
Pink Floyd | Animals (1977)
Radiohead | In Rainbows (2007)