Before the 2020’s, I could always look forward to a project Steven Wilson was involved, being one of the few modern old head prog types that actually made new music that had more value than having some odd time signatures and kind of sort of resembling the 70’s prog greats - there were some genuine great tunes, cool riffs and grooves, and real emotionality there. But with his last two records as well as the Porcupine Tree reunion, his music has just lost anything ... read more
I want to make myself very clear that I say this without any exaggeration or hyperbole - Kristin Michael Hayter makes some of the most powerful music of our time.
Now, if you’re not entirely familiar with her name, you might think I’m a crazy person. “Baddie, what the fuck are you saying? I have never heard of this person, and I’m looking at her artist page ... read more
Holy shit, I thought I had a definite pick for rap AOTY, but after finally getting around to listening to this it looks like there might be some real competition. This easily one of the most exciting debuts I’ve heard in a while, just oozes with charisma, personality, and charm and has the infectious vibe of making music and enduring your early adulthood with your friends. Seriously, don’t miss out.
Isn’t as consistently high as the singles - yes, SINGLE(S) - but it’s a solid collection of dance pop bops with catchy melodies, danceable grooves, and flirty vibes, as well as the infectious atmosphere of queer joy and embracing your sexuality.