EDEN - no future
EDEN
no future
44
Feb 21
Tennis - Swimmer
Tennis
Swimmer
50
Feb 20

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Feb 29, 2020
86
Dan Deacon arrives with his fifth studio album, where he continues his streak of fun and playful indierock albums. Mystic Familiar is my first introduction to Dan Deacon, and so this release slipped a bit over my head. Although I’m late to the party, I’m very glad I checked this one out. Mystic Familiar is such a beautiful and rich concept album, with great enjoyable musical moments spread throughout all tracks. Deacon manages to capture a sort of nostalgic rock feel while blending ... read more
Feb 24, 2020
81
Archy Ivan Marshall moves his King Krule project into a more open and sincere representation of himself and society on Man Alive! This LP is a lot more raw and specific than his previous works, with compelling lyrical work and down to earth themes, leaving vivid imagery to the mind. The production is well done, where each single instrumental gets to shine. What I might like the most about Man Alive! is how Archy conveys his emotions through the range of power in his voice, from soft to ... read more
Feb 22, 2020
72
It’s the end of the world, and Grimes delivers another solid pop record which offers an immersive futuristic listen. I’ve been on board with the dance x techno sound Grimes is known for on earlier projects, and “Miss Anthropocene” certainly does not mess with tradition. Somewhat cohesive to “Art Angels” (which in my opinion is the best one from Grimes), this LP moves into more atmospheric spacey territory, where the focus is on the overall sound spectrum ... read more
Feb 21, 2020
44
A better release than his last one, but another lackluster and uninteresting album from Jonathon Ng “EDEN”. So everyone were praising the new EDEN album to be good and a big leap from last project “vertigo”, and so I gave this a shot. His lyrical approach seem to be more mature and inspiring than ever, and I do like the way his voice blends into the mix. And that’s really the best part about this, the production. But a great production will only take you thus far, ... read more
Feb 20, 2020
50
Bland, beautiful and assertive are terms which describes how the band Tennis expresses their music with the release of their new album. As “Swimmer” is the first album that I’ve listened to by this band, I came into their music with an open mind, not knowing what to expect. However, I quickly found out what this band’s cornerstones are made of. Laid back nostalgic classic instrumentals with a 70s vibe full and through. Let me first state that the vocals and music in ... read more
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