It’s not the greatest moment of Tudzin’s career – that moment is still to come. But, even at just 23 minutes, Free I.H is certainly her grandest statement to date, and one that she hopes every industry stooge covers in lemon juice and shoves up their ass.
Throughout Before, Blake strikes the perfect balance between his production and vocals – neither one overpowers the other and are both equally important in making the record what it is.
Wicked City proves that Jockstrap have no shortage of creativity, as these five tracks have more than enough ideas to fill a whole album.
Clocking in at less than 12 minutes, Skullcrusher’s most obvious flaw is that it leaves you wanting more. But this is perhaps by design: the EP’s ephemerality further reinforces its fixation on the moments of life’s gray, in-between areas in which we take time to look within ourselves only to find more questions unanswered.