DCCXX
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I'm really in the minority here but there was hardly anything on this album that stood out to me. Music I love the most encapsulates emotion, with forefront melodies really grabbing at the notion of why and how we feel as humans. Fetch the Bolt Cutters feels like the antithesis of this, and eschews any strong emotion in lieu of cacophany, quirk and humour. While I can admire when these elements are scattered throughout a project, 50 minutes of this doesn't feel warranted, and thus its lyrical ... read more

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During its reign over perceivably higher-order underground rap, Rory Ferreira's milo moniker provided insightful, nuanced and heady music that seemingly transformed from awkward nerdcore to impressively complex musings on philosophy and culture. However, milo's final swansong album was a disjointed and directionless affair, and Rory's new name, R.A.P. Ferreira, provided nothing of notable substance on its 2020 collaboration with Kenny Segal's band, purple moonlight pages. On its sophomore ... read more
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Iceage is one of my favourite bands, mostly due to Elias Rønnenfelt's unfiltered and raw vocal performance. However, the opposite has seemed to be the case for jonatan leandoer96 and 127, as Yung Lean's acoustic, mental wellness-check side-project's off-key, moaning delivery either never clicked, or completely revolted me, to the point where Nectar scored a 2.5/10 on my 2019 list. Given this, it's a testament to his rapid maturation throughout his main discography that, in such a short ... read more
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In one word, Playboi Carti's "Whole Lotta Red" is overhyped. Crumbling under the pressure of its own existence, it would never live up to the insanely high bar that fans were expecting, following Carti's first two releases. Over the past few months, cryptic Twitter messagery, a virus-like degenerate fanbase, and the egging-on of antics from Mario Judah, sent the hype for Whole Lotta Red into overdrive, and while the resulting album is relatively satiating and passable for onlookers ... read more
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This deep into his career, and you'd think Eminem would be able to take criticism and build upon mistakes. We saw a glimmer of hope in January with Music to Be Murdered By, a thematically concise and relatively focused attempt at a second wind. However, Eminem still felt the need to mire his album with less than stellar lyricism, and while his delivery and rhyme schemes were improved over the tiresome Revival and Kamikaze, incredibly petty complaints about his naysayers with valid critique felt ... read more
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Like Lil Tecca, Fetty Wap and Lil Nas X before him, I doubt it will be long until Jack Harlow falls into obscurity after the success of What's Poppin, a boring, TikTok friendly hip-hop track with little substance other than an instrumental that gets stuck in your head. Sadly, Harlow's debut album doesn't offer much more substance, and while there are glimpses of potential, there's nothing here all too focused or noteworthy that could see this album heightening his traction much further. The ... read more
Jan 10, 2021
Congrats on 1000 followers!!!!!
Jan 6, 2021
I’m your 1,000th follower!
Nov 16, 2020
Thanks man, means a lot coming from you as I also see you as one of the best users on this site
Oct 16, 2020
I also hate music.
Oct 11, 2020
Thanks for the follow <3
Oct 5, 2020
@DCCXX - Thanks for the follow! - @daFigz™
Oct 3, 2020
If I had to listen to Yung Lean I would also hate music! Cheers mate!
Aug 25, 2020
does anyone actually like music?
Jul 13, 2020
No problem 🙂
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