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It’s kind of unfair to compare FINNEAS to his sister considering they’re two completely different artists just because they’re brother and sister and he produces for her. But it’s so hard not to because, considering how he’s a key part to one of the more exciting artists in mainstream pop music, his own music is so incredibly uninteresting.
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My parents used to play Coldplay all the time back when I was a kid, so those first four albums are basically baked in my DNA. I didn’t care much for their 2010’s output, but even though “Everyday Life” was kind of a mixed bag I do think it was a step in the right direction. So I was pretty excited by the announcement of “Music of the Spheres”, an idea that Coldplay have been toying with for ten years built on the concept of what the band imagined music would ... read more
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I’m missing something.

I have no prior experience with Magdalena Bay, frankly my life is so busy these days that I probably wouldn’t have gotten around to listening to this album and inevitably reviewing it for a while. But I always take time to give priority to albums that are garnering a lot of praise, and god damn this got a lot of praise (and as a debut album nonetheless). So it’s pretty disappointing to say that after multiple listens I only feel lightly positive but ... read more
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This isn’t Muse’s worst album, but this is easily their most uninteresting and overrated album, at least within the fandom. Sure there are some cool riffs and vocal lines, but this just feels like Muse without the stuff that makes them Muse. It’s not really theatrical, doesn’t have any cool genre fusions, there’s no sci-fi or political themes, there certainly aren’t many moments where they’re as outrageously big as we know they would ... read more
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Sometimes writing my thoughts on a music project can be hard. And other times, the review writes itself.

“Yeah, No”
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I was actually looking forward to this, I never heard Don Toliver before but “Moon” was my favorite song off of Kanye’s latest album and Toliver was a big reason why. So it’s pretty disappointing to say that “Life of a DON” is boring as FUUUUUU-
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Despite him contributing to a number of projects that I enjoy, I never felt inclined to give his own music a listen besides 2019’s “Assume Form” (which, to be honest, I didn’t really care for). However, I found myself really enjoying listening to his latest album “Friends That Break Your Heart”.

This record finds the singer/songwriter/producer in a very melancholic state, one that is not unseen before in Blake’s music but definitely at its most ... read more
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I was actually enjoying this a decent bit, nothing amazing or anything but definitely his best project in years. And then he answered the question “what rhymes with ‘Threat’ll kill ya’”, and those two seconds made the whole album stink.
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Like a of people my age, Fall Out Boy was one of the first rock bands that I got into as a kid on my own, not being shown them by my parents or anything but finding them and buying their music with my own money. It was not uncommon for a lot of young millennials/old zoomers for Fall Out Boy to be “baby’s-first-‘alternative’-band”. Looking back now that I’m adult, I can say that Fall Out Boy’s music hasn’t aged the best, even less so than a bunch ... read more
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I’m completely unaware of the output of Full of Hell, only first learning of them when vocalist Dylan Walker was a part of the noise supergroup Sightless Pit. I really had no idea what I was getting into when I listened to “Garden of Burning Apparitions”, and while I think there’s a lot to admire about this album and that I’m sure a bunch of people will enjoy this record, I’m not one of those people.

I enjoy a lot of heavy, ugly, and noisy music, but ... read more
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Formerly known as pop rock singer Shiloh, I have been rooting for Lyldoll to have a quality album after her early career took a long detour due to the abusive relationship between her and the monster known as Onision. I definitely think there’s a good amount of potential in her music, but so far it’s been a mixed bag, and that continues into “Girl Gxd”.

The first example of this is Lyldoll’s voice. Let me be clear, Lyldoll is a great singer. I thought she was ... read more
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I understood the appeal of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s first collaboration on “The Lady is a Tramp” - Lady Gaga never really performed a song like that before, so seeing her do it for the first time - alongside a jazz legend and still holding her own no less - was entertaining. But it was a novelty. That doesn’t mean it’s going to work for a full length collaborative album. And now that I’ve heard “Love For Sale”, I can confirm it definitely ... read more
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Okay, so this sucks ass. But is it really worse than Oliver Tree’s other projects?

Okay, the answer is yes, so maybe that’s the wrong question. I guess I should ask “Is ‘Welcome to the Internet’ that much different than what you would normally get from an Oliver Tree project?” Because it feels like many people think this is considerably worse or a fall off from his past work like with what happened to Hobo Johnson, but this is the Oliver ... read more
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After finding most of his discography post “Carrie & Lowell” a mixed bag and not finding anything notable on “Convocations”, I didn’t really have high hopes for whatever Sufjan Stevens’s next project would be, especially once I saw it was a collab album with the fairly less known Angelo De Augustine (up to this point I haven’t cared for any of Stevens’s collaborative albums). However, if “A Beginner’s Mind” is an example of ... read more
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The discussion around mental illness has increased by an incredibly large amount over the last few years, and that has extended into artists being more open about their mental health issues, the problems and trauma they deal with, how they process and try to deal with their issues, etc. However, I can’t say that many artists have tried to make a project that makes the listener experience what it’s like to live with the artist’s mental illness and have a physical understanding ... read more
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I mean new Pink Floyd music is never a bad thing and it works as a tribute to Richard Wright, but unless you’re already a pretty big fan of Pink Floyd I can’t imagine you’ll get much out of this
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When this album came out, I saw 100’s and 90’s across the board and everyone called it the heaviest Slipknot record since “Iowa”. I really hope with the passage of time some of those people came to their senses, cus this isn’t even heavier than “The Gray Chapter”. At least that album had the emotional weight of Paul’s death, I have no reason to care about what’s going on in this record besides nostalgia.
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“I don’t care” - yeah, no shit.
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You see that clip of him saying he wanted to have sex with underage Kendall Jenner? Maybe he does belong in pop-punk after all.
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Solid stuff. A really good combination of glitch pop and indie pop with an ear wormy melody and above par production for the typical bedroom artist. I personally would have added some synth pads and some more vocal stacks to make the overall song seem more layered, but colored me impressed! Congrats @nathan , can’t wait to hear what you do next!
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