Jess Joy - Patreearchy
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 12 ratings
April 16, 2021 / Release Date
LP / Format
Joyful Noise / Label
Freak Folk / Genres
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Yeah, the quirky, probably Bjork-influenced vocals are incredibly annoying most of the time, but the instrumental side of "Patreearchy" is actually pretty unobvious and interesting. More of a one-listen record, because there's something intriguing in this atypical musical experience, but I can't imagine unironically enjoying this peculiarity. The lyrical side of this record is shit.
Silly, comical, and whimsical. The album artwork perfectly captures what the album's overall sound is like. Accompanied by a calm guitar, Jess Joy's squeaky yet expressive voice will find a way to tickle your funny bones as she sings about being free and all the adventures that comes to it. There are a lot of elements in each song that will keep you hooked 'til the very end.
I really enjoyed this but I think a lot of people would find it annoying
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Added on: February 23, 2021