Arca - KiCk i
Arca
KiCk i
85
Jun 26
Boris - NO
Boris
NO
85
Jul 4
Autechre - SIGN
Autechre
SIGN
75
Oct 16

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DCCXX -
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Over his extensive hip-hop career, Open Mike Eagle hasn't really proved why he should be regarded as highly as others in a similar vein of conscious (and self-conscious) hip-hop. Busdriver's manic delivery and off-kilter song progressions, milo's convoluted philosophical musings, and Elucid's performances with billy woods as Armand Hammer all serve as figureheads of this alternative style, while Mike plays second fiddle with comatose, almost expressionless rapping and meek beat selection. With ... read more

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DCCXX -
40
In the same way we see how Rick Ross has deviated from album production to mainly guest appearances, Ty Dolla $ign's career is benchmarked less by his personal output, and more by the features he provides for others. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign acknowledges this, but by putting Ty in the foreground, it exposes the many flaws that aren't present from a one-song appearance. Across a staggering 25 tracks that only hit one hour, Ty hardly demonstrates why his solo work deserves attention. While there ... read more
DCCXX -
70
The sister album to 2019's amazing There Existed an Addiction to Blood, clipping's newest album continues their horror-themed industrial hip-hop, mirroring the first strangely similarly, in lengthy title, album art, track layout and overall sonic quality. The result is another solid helping of some of clipping.'s most well-produced and engaging work yet, building upon the foundations of CLPPNG in exciting ways. However, Visions struggles at times, by matching things to such an extent to make ... read more
DCCXX -
70
While Actress clearly demonstrates amazing technical ability and variety, previous efforts have been underwhelming due to a lack of melodic focus in favour of more cold and calculated soundplay. While this can lead to some amazing results (Splazsh being a stellar example), for the most part, whole Actress albums have underwhelmed me save for a handful of tracks. This reason alone makes Karma & Desire instantly stand out, but by going above and beyond by not just compounding on solid ... read more
DCCXX -
30
The first IDK & FRIENDS was a fun collaboration that showcased the strengths of both IDK and his features. And after Is He Real? last year, big things were expected for IDK's next project. Sadly, IDK & FRIENDS 2 saps the energy out of its premise, with generally uninspired beats and verses that lack effort in comparison to previous endeavours. Too many of these features feel tacked on and lazy, especially Denzel Curry and Juicy J. I've never been a Rico Nasty fan, but her feature on 495 ... read more
DCCXX -
65
The other, less prominent Griselda members have finally had a chance to shine this year, and now it's Benny's turn to prove his worth, hopefully above Conway and Westside Gunn. Burden of Proof excels in many of the same areas that From King to a GOD did, but sadly, it suffers similar pitfalls as well. When things click, the beats are unique, catchy and attention-grabbing, and Benny is on point with typical, but entertaining crime and drug lyricism. The opening title track, Sly Green and Trade ... read more
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 🙂
Jul 7, 2020
Nice reviews! Keep up the awesome work🙂🙂
Jan 12, 2020
Thanks for the reply, the list is live now :)
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