biglasagnayeet

biglasagnayeet

The Court of the Crimson King

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Thank you all so much for 250 followers; I can't even begin to say how much I appreciate it. I decided to write another real long review on a favourite record of mine in celebration. If you actually read all of it, then I thank you so much, I really do. Anyhow...


The life of the party. It's a lifestyle that many late-teens and early-twenties grow to enamour as they near and pass graduation, as they come of age, as they explore more of their freedoms. Weekends become filled with the desire to ... read more

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Alexis Marshall, best known for leading industrial rock band Daughters, delivers an experience that is...let's say interesting in his debut solo record "House of Lull . House of When". Combining elements from industrial rock, death metal and spoken word, Marshall delivers an experience that constantly crushes its listener beneath all of its layers. It's an experience that's disorienting, brutal and gruelling, albeit one that underwhelmed me. Whilst the brutality of Marshall's sound ... read more
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I was planning on hearing this yesterday, but after checking out the Donda livestream I got pretty tired and just relaxed before going to bed. Anyhow, I definitely should've given this album the time, because it's actually really solid. Santan Dave's sophomore album "We're All Alone In This Together" is a record that features potent and poignant lyricism, delivering social commentary that hits hard and sounds ground. Whilst the opening half of the record does contain some rough ... read more
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*Just to preface, this is a review of the live event. Thought I'd mention that bc the studio version seemingly hasn't dropped yet*

"Donda", in essence, set itself up as sort of a redemption project for Kanye West. Following the incredible disappointment that was "Jesus Is King", Kanye went to great lengths to create a buzz around this project; hell, he dropped it live with this huge crowd hyping him up. I had really high hopes for "Donda" and, coming out of it, ... read more
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Kenny Mason is a name I've been coming across a fair bit over the last couple of months. An exciting artist on the come-up essentially summarises what I've been hearing, so I decided that I'd have a piece of the pie today and check out what all the excitement is about. "Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut" is most definitely a promising album, one that introduces Kenny as an artist who confidently sports an intriguing blend of Southern hip hop and rock-rap, a blend that forms the basis of this ... read more
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A Boogie Wit da Hoodie is an artist (no pun intended) I haven't heard in like a year or so, I decided today why not return to his material. He just crossed my mind and all of a sudden I felt compelled to do so. After hearing "Hoodie SZN", the New York rapper's most prominent release, I wouldn't have minded if I'd just skipped out on it. Whilst it doesn't do anything sonically that's notably abhorrent, the biggest problem with this record is its length which, for an album that sounds ... read more

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Jul 25, 2021
Hello there biglasagnayeet! I just released a new single for my upcoming self-titled album! Would love to hear your thoughts on it! https://insocaf.bandcamp.com/track/born-sinner
Jul 18, 2021
Thanks for following! Much appreciated!
Jul 15, 2021
clarence clarity - no now

it definitely made me appreciate more noisy/abstract music

(sorry for the late response)
Jul 15, 2021
ugandan knuckles suck on biglasagnayeet deez nuts
Jul 10, 2021
Looking through your top ratings, I can say I thoroughly enjoy your taste.
Appreciate the jazz love.
Keep it up
Jul 9, 2021
thanks so much for following
Jul 9, 2021
Hey, hope you’re doing well too.

I’d have to say Discovery by Daft Punk. For a long time I refused to listen to anything that wasn’t rap or rock, and I think that record was the turning point where I realized there was so much I was missing out on. Plus my most recent personal craze has been dance and electronic, so it definitely had an impact there.
Jul 6, 2021
Heyyy, I’m really sorry it took me awhile to answer I took a little break from the site :)

I think I’ll pick Joanna Newsom’s Ys, definitely one of the most important albums of my life.

Thanks for letting me be a part of this ❤️
Jul 5, 2021
no problem!

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My friend says that I've ruined music because I review it analytically (same guy called MF DOOM boring).

I use my library as a list of albums that I want to listen to in the future. My reviews are worse than Corey Feldman's "Angelic 2 The Core".


**RATING SYSTEM**
A+ = 95-100
A = 90-94
A- = 85-89
B+ = 80-84
B = 75-79
B- = 70-74
C+ = 65-69
C = 60-64
C- = 55-59
D+ = 50-54
D = 45-49
D- = 40-44
E = 30-39
F = 0-29

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70-79
 
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60-69
 
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50-59
 
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40-49
 
49

30-39
 
23

20-29
 
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10-19
 
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0-9
 
14

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