I've had a craving for a good jazz rock album for a while so I went ahead and asked for a few recommendations from a friend, this is one of the albums they came up with. I was not disappointed. A blending so seamless as polarizing as it might sound of jazz and post-hardcore music, it's worthwhile even if you're there just to enjoy the spectacle but the thing is it actually works. The jazzy saxophones hook on to the driving bass-lines and drums to give such a fun experience.
It's been quite a while since an album has legitimately surprised me with it's choices and it's way of flow. I haven't heard anything like this in my experience and I'm delighted to find something of this degree of quality and ... read more
Spooky season is hitting it's peak and naturally we are getting the best albums of the year at these times. clipping. created what i can only call an airtight horror festival; a chaotic set of stories that build up on each other with the same narrative of expanding noise. The feeling of being introduced with Nothing is Safe into this album is such a magnificent experience. The lyrics and production blend masterfully into the ... read more
I'm not even unironically disappointed, I kind of expected not liking this considering how so many people adored Veteran and this being kind of a continuation and exaggeration of the thought process that went into that album. It's hard to really narrow down my thoughts on such a mess of an allbum, which is one of my core problems with it ... read more