Singles haven’t taken over music just yet — 2019 saw plenty of great album and EP projects from Greater Cincinnati’s finest musical acts Kim Taylor’s ‘Songs of Instruction’ was released in February 2019Photo: Hailey BollingerIncreasingly, it feels like artists are releasing music in smaller bites, an effort to capitalize on consumers’ short attention spans and instant-gratification needs. But plenty of musicians were still releasing EPs and full-album projects in 2019, including some of Greater Cincinnati’s finest. This year did see a wealth of great singles as well, some of which you can hear on our “Cincinnati Music 2019” playlist, featuring more than 60 songs by local artists released in the past 365 days. Here’s a rewind overview of some of the longer recording projects that captured our attention in 2019.  Like the rest of her quietly impressive catalog, Songs of Instruction is a work of incredible consistency within Taylor’s established canon that has resulted from sizable shifts in her professional and personal life. It’s an evocative set of her patented short stories-cloaked-as-Folk/Pop songs, inspired by the ceaseless nature of change and the en...