15 Songs, 58 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As he’s worked with collaborators as diverse as Dizzee Rascal and Kylie Minogue, the euphoric eclecticism of Calvin Harris’ second record makes sense. And it certainly shapes the looped mariachi of “Relax” or, say, P-Funk workout “Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La”. But the triumph of Ready for the Weekend—which has slow-flickering clarion call “I Am Not Alone” at its center—is the Scotsman’s emergence as both the architect and conduit of arena-sized pop moments.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As he’s worked with collaborators as diverse as Dizzee Rascal and Kylie Minogue, the euphoric eclecticism of Calvin Harris’ second record makes sense. And it certainly shapes the looped mariachi of “Relax” or, say, P-Funk workout “Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La”. But the triumph of Ready for the Weekend—which has slow-flickering clarion call “I Am Not Alone” at its center—is the Scotsman’s emergence as both the architect and conduit of arena-sized pop moments.

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