Comfortably In Pain

Dora Jar - Comfortably In Pain
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User Score
Based on 36 ratings
Liked by 2 people
March 5, 2022 / Release Date
EP / Format
Original Sin / Label
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The New York-based artist's new collection fuses alt-rock and pop for a distinctly unique and thrilling listen.

I expected a lot more from an album that got a 10 from NME but I guess everyone knows no one is looking at critics' opinions. A small debut from Dora Jar is a project that comes in as quickly as it goes, and you can easily forget about it because Dora Jar does not give us a very fresh look at Indie Rock, but it was also not the worst audition. a project of this type is enjoyable at once to recall some of the better moments. The vocals on this LP are the best part of the album, it's very soft ... read more


I wanted to find a good album to quickly listen to. I saw this on new releases with a pretty high user score, so i thought i would check it out quickly, because it was only 12 minutes. I did not expect much and thought it would be a tiny cute project, but 1 minute into the first song, there is this huge chorus with large distorted drums that changed everything. At that moment i was blown away. This small 12 minute project suprises you the entire way and its ambitious instrumental and ... read more


It's not a special album, but a nice listen nonetheless. The album sounds so lush and peaceful, it reminds me of Clairo.

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Added on: March 1, 2022