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Molly Burch - Please Be Mine

Molly Burch

Please Be Mine

64
Feb 21, 2017
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmo's Factory

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Cosmo's Factory

73
Feb 21, 2017
Lorde - Pure Heroine

Lorde

Pure Heroine

64
Feb 20, 2017
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Willy and the Poor Boys

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Willy and the Poor Boys

65
Feb 20, 2017
The Associates - Sulk

The Associates

Sulk

56
Feb 20, 2017
L' Avis G821 - Die Kaisergruft

L' Avis G821

Die Kaisergruft

20
Feb 19, 2017
Alien Pat. Holman - Life Is More Than Just Addiction

Alien Pat. Holman

Life Is More Than Just Addiction

66
Feb 19, 2017
Sai Yoshiko - Mikkô

Sai Yoshiko

Mikkô

78
Feb 19, 2017
Crystal Fairy - Crystal Fairy

Crystal Fairy

Crystal Fairy

54
Feb 19, 2017
Linkin Park - Heavy

Linkin Park

Heavy

0
Feb 19, 2017
Kevin Ayers - Joy of a Toy

Kevin Ayers

Joy of a Toy

75
Feb 17, 2017
Fetchin Bones - Galaxy 500

Fetchin Bones

Galaxy 500

55
Feb 16, 2017

Recent Reviews

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Texas-based singer/songwriter Molly Burch debuts with a subtle, pleasant sound on Please Be Mine, the breakthrough in her rising career. After years of intimate performances and cover sessions, Burch decided to overcome the recurrent fear of writing her own songs, alledgedly influenced by her following guitarist Dailey Toliver. The album breathes by her vocal strings and lungs, offering a somber, emotional take on folk and atmospheric pop, all led by both Burch and Toliver's undeniably tight ... read more
73
I Heard it Through the Grapevine is thunderous.
56
The Associates reached somehow of a 'classic' status with their breakthrough, Sulk. What many claim this album to be, though, is often a mistaken view of things. Here, the listener will be constantly struck with Talking Heads impressions both on vocals and on the new-wave instrumentals (but applied with much less striking and creative results). A few songs are pleasant in sound, as the band crafts this unified aesthetic that runs through the album's tracklisting, but there is just not much to ... read more
78
Another beautiful hidden gem from the 70s in Japan. Sai Yoshiko, just like Maki Asakawa or even Hako Yamasaki, strenghtened her incredibly talent with these surrealistic, nocturnal takes on psychedelic-folk, blending her blues and jazz roots in this impressionistic imagery that rendered her a few minor classics in the country's fantastic popular music history. Even though Mikkô is certainly not her most famous release, it is an absolutely amazing sonic journey through ancient, endless ... read more
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Listening to this, you ask yourself what has the band become after all these years, while questioning the whole concept of 'evolution' or 'maturity'.
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Nov 27, 2016
AtSwimTwoBirds
I apologize for the comment. Mood swing. Admire your efforts.
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Oct 22, 2015
DEEPSLEEP
i like your reviews
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Dec 16, 2014
vineh
:D mas que belos rates
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