Edit: Everything about this album grew on me tenfold. Perfection.
We ain’t in Schlagenheim anymore, boy!
They’ve barely been around in the public eye for two years now, and Black Midi have already completely reinvented themselves so early into their career. It’s like they rinsed out the sonic color palette they used on Schlagenheim and added completely new hues, shades, and materials to their disposal. If Schlagenheim was the boys massacring their canvas with stark, cold ... read more