The Pertinacious Anarchist

Stez Mutiny - The Pertinacious Anarchist
Critic Score
User Score
Based on 3 ratings
May 10, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Self Released / Label
- / Genres
Suggest a Genre
Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.
Your Review
Sign In to rate and review


No critic reviews have been entered.
Part of being a writer is self editing, especially on older works and definitely when discussing and sharing music. Everyone can be wrong with their critiques and we certainly don't know the whole story behind things.

Stez Mutiny is an outsider in a small town which, in turn, is what makes him interesting. Stez can be zany and over the top on "the Pertinacious Anarchist". Sometimes to a fault due to how dense it can get. However, everything is layered with an subtle sense of angsty ... read more
Not bad at all! A enjoyable project throughout and while there were a few problems with this album it was a good album and I liked it! I hope he’s able to keep working on music. Definitely gonna keep my attention towards this guy and what he does!
Honestly, this is a really interesting project. Reminds me a bit of Daniel Johnston (except for the lyrics). As for the genre of folk punk, this works! I'd like it more if the vocals were more "emo" but still, it's really nice. It has the edge of a folk punk album, the instrumentals are simple but I mean, it's a self release so I understand that there are limitations. I give this album UwU/10.
Purchasing The Pertinacious Anarchist from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?
Sign in to comment
Contributions By

Added on: December 29, 2018