euphoricnites
euphoricnites
Pacific Northwest
Björk - Post
Björk
Post
90
Apr 2
Björk - Debut
Björk
Debut
84
Apr 1
Sorry - 925
Sorry
925
78
Apr 1

Recent Reviews

Apr 4, 2020
78
Yaeji's first release under XL Recordings, and her first full-length mixtape, is an exploitative and enjoyable romp of hip-hip infused house tracks that, while lacking the depth and consistency that was seemingly contained in the shorter formatting of her previous EP's. Yaeji makes up for that with a bevy of collaborators, delivering a sometimes fun and joyous record that feels needed in our times of isolation.
Apr 4, 2020
74
While Purity Ring's songwriting develops and matures on this record, writing more political tracks than before, their production feels occasionally overcrowded in their experimentation. While their are definitely effective moments on this album that evoke the duos debut record, the album is weighed by it's middle section, which feels mostly like filler despite the album's short run-time. Still, within the experimentation on this record lies a promising development if the band continues.
Apr 1, 2020
80
While Nicolas Jaar's first release under the name Against All Logic was a deeply produced piece of house music that used nostalgic styling to evoke emotion, light in its sound but captivating, 2017-2019 uses this nostalgia to nearly penalize you. Using an abrasive style of production, including the use of harsh bass, this album strikes gold in its heaviest moment on the record, "If You Can't Do it Good, Do It Hard", which is a harsh track that is sure to get your blood flowing, and ... read more
Apr 1, 2020
78
Andy Shauf's fourth record is a concept album that follows the narrative of a couple re-united. Shauf produces stellar chamber pop tracks that are immersive and layered, and while the albums loose and sometimes nonsensical narrative flow results in an album that is varied and dynamic, if not occasionally un-engaging. This is accentuated in the album's closer track, a simply written ballad that is impressionable and charming.
Apr 1, 2020
78
The debut record from British post-punk band, Sorry, is well written and produced, feeling like the birth of a band eager to branch into several unique feels. Experimenting on their indie rock sound heavily throughout, Sorry feels like a band with huge ideas and concepts for great tracks. While certain tracks on this album feel unfocused and at times in-cohesive, 925 is an album that promises that if Sorry can confine their visions into a strict idea, they could strike gold.
Mar 27, 2020
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currently i am going through all of my music and re-reviewing it, so ignore a lot of the scores prior to 27/3/2020!!!
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