Arab Strap - As Days Get Dark
Arab Strap
As Days Get Dark
83
critic score
(16)
75
user score
(93)
Zara Larsson - Poster Girl
Zara Larsson
Poster Girl
73
critic score
(9)
65
user score
(150)
Genesis Owusu - Smiling With No Teeth
Genesis Owusu
Smiling With No Teeth
83
critic score
(12)
79
user score
(55)
Kings of Leon - When You See Yourself
Kings of Leon
When You See Yourself
66
critic score
(16)
62
user score
(67)
Drake - Scary Hours 2
Drake
Scary Hours 2
60
critic score
(1)
64
user score
(315)
Jane Weaver - Flock
Jane Weaver
Flock
82
critic score
(11)
68
user score
(19)
IAN SWEET - Show Me How You Disappear
IAN SWEET
Show Me How You Disappear
74
critic score
(4)
77
user score
(9)
Fruit Bats - The Pet Parade
Fruit Bats
The Pet Parade
73
critic score
(3)
78
user score
(8)
Tigers Jaw - I Won't Care How You Remember Me
Tigers Jaw
I Won't Care How You Remember Me
73
critic score
(4)
69
user score
(19)
Jme, Frisco & Shorty - Norf Face
Jme, Frisco & Shorty
Norf Face
80
critic score
(2)
70
user score
(12)
Adult Mom - Driver
Adult Mom
Driver
80
critic score
(2)
66
user score
(9)
Pusha T - Daytona
Pusha T
Daytona
Doublez
87
hip hop think tank – episode 4 – Hip Hop's investigation via Pusha T's example.

A Sick Hip Hop

Almost 3 years ago, the GOOD Music label, founded by Kanye West and now presided by Pusha T, was about to deliver a series of "innovative in format" albums, reducing the album to only 7 songs. Among these 5 projects, we can still say today that 3 of them are among the best Hip Hop albums of the last 3 years. Of course, we think of the psychedelic adventure proposed by the duo ... read more
62
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - CARNAGE
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
CARNAGE
Chode
70
When Nick Cave drops, you drop everything to listen.

Through his 90s and 2000s output, Nick Cave famously became one of the most thespian names in music. While rough around the edges, his earliest fortes into post-punk were made so exceptional by Cave’s one-of-a-kind and dramatically bombastic vocal performances alongside the idiosyncratic and ceaselessly creative instrumentals. Delightful and sumptuous piano ballads were prominent in The Boatman’s Call, Let Love In was by far Cave ... read more
61
Architects - For Those That Wish To Exist
Architects
For Those That Wish To Exist
CLJesse
30
Look at how they massacred my boy...

For years, I have been pretty dissatisfied with the state of mainstream metalcore. A lot of it is the same, awful, melodic sound that is over done (and has terrible hooks 99.9% of the time). Hidden within the shitstorm that is this scene however, there were always two bands I loved: Every Time I Die and Architects. The former for their infectiously lovable and fun personality (except for that song with Brendon Urie, that can go fuck itself) and Architects ... read more
52
20 Years Ago
Kings of Convenience - Quiet Is the New Loud
Kings of Convenience
Quiet Is the New Loud
66
critic score
(4)
80
user score
(35)

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