Music To Scream To

Poppy - Music To Scream To
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 134 ratings
2020 Ratings: #1056
Liked by 2 people
October 20, 2020 / Release Date
Soundtrack / Format
Sumerian / Label
Noise, Glitch / Genres
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It’s a rare case of an album that literally any member of its audience could likely surpass if they put half a shred of mind or imagination to it.
Yeah... I'm sorry... No.

Poppy is certainly an interesting artist. There is no doubt about that. But this is just my old Sega Genesis glitching out. There is nothing behind this. This is not ambient music. This is just static noise with no comprehension behind it. I could have made this if I held up a microphone to my computer in 2001 while Internet Explorer was trying to load.

Let me be clear. I like noise music. I like experimental albums. I like Poppy.

This ain't it, chief. I don't write ... read more
My Insanely In-depth Analysis of "Music to Scream To."

Scream: Minecraft Ambient Sounds with Slight Guitar
Screamm: An AK-47 shooting your head 400,000 times
Screammm: Sounds like random sounds in public pitch shifted to the max
Screammmm: A plane slowly crashing into the ground
Screammmmm: Reverse button on the TV sounds fading into the abyss
Screammmmmm: Are my headphones broken?

Thank you for reading my review, spent a lot of time on it!
Didn't think Poppy would release an intense glitchy noise album, but here we are I guess.
[Insert comment of surprise here]

Y’know, I have a hell of a lot more respect for Poppy now that she’s made this. While I had respected her quite a bit before, seeing as she’s one of the few Youtubers-turned-musicians who have genuinely pushed themselves past the “Youtuber music” label almost all of them are automatically stamped with and has actually managed to make a critically acclaimed album as well as a couple admittedly good records now, seeing her delve ... read more
It's probably the most unusual album to be released on Sumerian Records. And the angriest, yet bluntest Poppy ever was – probably that's the music that boiled in American singer-songwriter's heart during the whole Titanic Sinclair era.

The atmosphere of Music To Scream To is bone-chilling. Simplify Lingua Ignota's Caligula, minus neoclassical parts, more glitchy sounds, a little bit of rhythmic noise, and deliberately screwed-up production – hooray, here we are.

One thing that ... read more
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Added on: October 20, 2020