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DalekTurret32 -
The album does what it says on the can! There are a good amount of psychedelic sounds here, such as the rippling sound effects that pop up every now and then. Lead singer Roky Erickson often addresses ‘you’ throughout the album, whether he’s addressing the stressful situations through your head in “Reverberation” or telling you not to take your lover for granted in “Don’t Fall Down”. There’s even a blues rock cut in “Fire ... read more
DalekTurret32 -
Another Gizz album this year already? Okay!
For this project, King Gizzard lean towards the calmer side of their sound and add some synths to go with it, as well as the occasional flute mellotron to emphasise the psychedelic vibe. This isn't the first time the band has use synths, they previously used the instrument on "Cyboogie" from Fishing For Fishies. The lyrical concept seems to look at metamorphoses and Stu Mackenzie wanting to become a butterfly, hence the album title Butterfly ... read more
DalekTurret32 -
Sons Of Kemet are back with an album full of jazz power, most of which is carried by the saxophone and the tuba. There are more vocals on this than on their last album, but they all do well on this, with the highlights coming from Kojey Radical, D Double E and Joshua Idehen, the latter of whom delivers a gripping sentiment on the closing track "Black".

Fave Tracks: "Hustle"; "For The Culture": "Let The Circle Be Unbroken"
DalekTurret32 -
This didn’t grip me as much as his last few albums, but the album does begin to pick up in the second half. I like the elements of soul and gospel on songs like “Testify” and “That Pleasure”, the former making use of a flute that reminds me a bit of Jethro Tull and the latter seeing Weller encourage the listener to get involved in change for the better and to move on from any prejudice and bias.

Fave Tracks: "Failed"; "In Better Times"; ... read more
DalekTurret32 -
My first time listening to a Twenty One Pilots album and I've got to say, this was quite the sublime listening experience. Their music seems to tackle mental health, isolation and conformity, and this is evident on songs like "Choker" and "The Outside".

Fave Tracks: "The Outside"; "Never Take It"; "Shy Away"


May 18, 2021
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May 17, 2021
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Feb 25, 2021
Dr who fan? Hello????? Daleks are awesome
May 10, 2019
hey, can you name your top 5 best albums of 2019 yet? thanks


100+: GOLDEN
90-99: Excellent
80-89: Swell
70-79: Solid
65-69: Decent
60-64: Okay
50-59: Mixed
40-49: Mediocre
30-39: Poor
25-29: Bad

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