Radiohead - Kid A
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Kid A
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May 6, 2016
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Sturgill Simpson’s craft is the hallmark of A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, an epistolary album lovingly addressed to his 2-year-old son. It’s designed to serve as the boy’s own pocket atlas for navigating the world, from the first country singer to write a song about taking DMT. While it can be easy to pin Simpson’s music as a commercially smart alternative to “mainstream” country, that wouldn’t do the man credit as very few are writing country music ... read more
May 6, 2016
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In the year and change since Yams’ passing in January of 2015, the A$AP Mob have functioned like a rudderless ship and Ferg in particular has suffered. Starting with the release of last year’s Future-assisted “New Level,” he has been throwing different songs at the wall and trying to see what sticks: the Lex Luger-produced “Let It Bang,” the Skrillex-produced “Hungry Ham,” and the Missy Elliott-featuring “Strive,” which sounds ... read more
Apr 29, 2016
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While the internet can be a fantastic platform for artists to be influenced while maintaining their own unique sound, occasionally everything will go to absolute shit and something like Silhouette of a Sunkken City will be released for general consumption by the Soundcloud community. Silhouette is the new mixtape by the semi-anonymous glitch-rap outfit Spark Master Tape, who initially started to garner attention in 2013 with the release of their most comically successful project, The Swoup ... read more
Apr 29, 2016
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For the listener, PJ Harvey’s ninth album presents problems thornier than mere perceived artistic license and minimal fact-checking. Conceived partly in public sessions early in 2015 at Somerset House, Harvey allowed her fans to eavesdrop on the creative process as regular collaborators Flood and John Parish helped shape her unfolding vision. The courage of that kind of (literal) transparency can only be applauded but now that the complete work is here, it’s major failing is, in ... read more
Apr 21, 2016
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Deakin’s six song opus, Sleep Cycle, the brain child of Kickstarter funds and crushingly depressing story archs, is only thirty-three minutes long. Considering how short it is, it is truly amazing to see how substantial and rewarding of a listen it is. Historically, the mysterious multi-instrumentalist has not even been present on half of his band, Animal Collective’s albums. But when he was, his present was almost immediately felt, like on the striking and beautiful psych-rock of ... read more
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