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Mar 31, 2020
93
As quarantine is killing me emotionally, socially and financially, I decided to make the best of the situation by going trough some discographies. The first discography I'm visiting is the solo-output of one of the most influential musicians of all time; Lou Reed

Album #2; Transformer

Transformer is a huge leap forward in every direction. Production-wise Bowie helped a lot to give this album the punch it needed. Compared to the debut album, transformer is more fun, punchy and more memorable ... read more
Mar 28, 2020
77
Dua Lipa brings the first great pop album in 2020; Future Nostalgia. Engulfing her sound in a more 80's-tinged sound; her music is funkier, hookier and more well written than ever before.

The synths sound great and so do the vocals. Not much in the way of super inventive music or food for thought but just a blissul 40 minutes filled with very well-written pop bangers

Favourite tracks: Future Nostalgia, Cool, Physical, Levitating, Hallucinate, Good In Bed, Boys Will Be Boys

Least Favourite ... read more
Mar 26, 2020
90
Shabaka Hutchings proves himself to be one of the most creative and versatile saxophonists of the past decade or so, releasing another album with his Shabaka and the Ancestors group. The album focusses mostly on very grim and poeticly framed stories of slavery. These very intense poems combined with absolutely stellar musicianship makes for an intense yet gratifying listen.

Like I said before, Shabaka Hutchings' saxophone performances are absolutely stellar. Having said that; I do not mean ... read more
Mar 25, 2020
49
There are a few great ideas here, but many of them are stretched to the point where they just get kind of obnoxious; this album proves there's only so much you can do with a cool vocal line or synth progression. It has its memorable parts and some sections are genuinely well-crafted but it just drags endlessly.


Fave Tracks: Algorythm, 53.49, 35.31
Least Fave Track: 32.22
Mar 25, 2020
51
As quarantine is killing me emotionally, socially and financially, I decided to make the best of the situation by going trough some discographies. The first discography I'm visiting is the solo-output of one of the most influential musicians of all time; Lou Reed

Album #1; Lou Reed

Lou Reed's first solo effort is just alright. Released just two years after Reed left the Velvet Underground, I can only imagine the pressure he was under after having released some of the most influential and ... read more
Jun 30, 2019
hello i like your reviews. Keep it up! :)
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