Woodkid - S16
Oct 16
Woodkid - S16
Oct 16

Recent Reviews

It feels different than his first album "The Golden Age" but it still feels like Woodkid if you know what I mean.
The tracklist is well put together and the album length is perfect. There are really some suprises in the production. The "beat" or tone switch in " In Your Likeness" feels like something which shouldnt work but it does. Really caught me off guard even if it was a small change in pace. I could always describe Woodkids music as extremely epic and ... read more
The best "best of" album of all time. I said it.
I found this duo from a funny ass live video where it just sounded like a cheap and messy screamo band. Than I did some research (which took me 2 minutes) to find out whats their name is. And now Im sitting here pleasently suprised from the only album I found from them on Deezer. The intro track is basically the live footage track Ive heard but here on the album it sounds even tho being still messy and imo the screaming pretty annoying way better. The album doesnt continue being only like that ... read more
I knocked my friend out in the car so I can bump this without him knowing.
If I could describe Woodkid with one word than it would be "Epic".

He doesnt only have a voice which I genuinely think sounds amazing, but his way of crafting this cinematic and high tension filled production in combination with his voice is just literally EPIC.
This single made me hyped up so much for his next project. I think Woodkid works even better if you watch his music videos which are really cinematic. The Golden Age was like a story told with so many highs and I expect ... read more
Nov 10, 2020
Oct 1, 2020
dope reviews man <3
Jun 29, 2020
Yeah, I noticed xd Maybe it will grow in me with time, as for now, I'm just not able to enjoy it.

Definitely gonna check the other works from Chelsea, Giles Corey also seems super interesting.
Jun 29, 2020

Well, it took me a moment, but I've listened to all of them, here are my thoughts:

1. Pain is Beauty - a really good album, amazing drums, fantastic atmosphere, 'Feral Love', and 'The Warden' are my absolute favourites. My only issue is that some songs seem to similar to me and they were kinda blending sometimes.

2. Dead Man's Bones - enjoyable and pleasant listen, I'm not a big fan of vocals here but overall, very solid record.

3. Giles Corey - This one stunned me, the aura of this record is unbelievable, it's so brutal and rough, but still delicate and spacious. Even though it's not exactly the type of music I enjoy, I have to say, this actually might be one of the most unique albums I've ever listened to.

4. Dead Magic - Sounds like Angel Olsen on steroids, I really like it. 'The Mysterious Vanishing of Electra' is so fucking badass.
Jun 29, 2020

5. There Existed an Addiction to Blood - I appreciate the production on this one, it's very complex and original. Instrumentals are awesome. I don't usually listen to hip-hop, because I'm just not able to enjoy it somehow, and I still even liked this album, so it's undoubtedly good.

6. () - For me, it's too less going on here. I get the feeling, but something is missing in my opinion. I'm not saying it's bad tho, it's very precise and scrupulous, I have nothing to complain about when it comes to technical aspects.

7. Off the Radar - I'm not exactly sure what kind of music is that, but it's definitely engaging. Instrumentals are maybe too obvious to me.

8. Atrocity Exhibition - Similar to number 5, I just can't find myself enjoying hip-hop music. I don't understand it.
Jun 29, 2020

9. The Ecstatic - Same as numbers 5 and 9.

10. Spiderland - Very pleasant album, but too monotonous to me, it feels like one long track. Really nice as background music.

11. The Golden Age - Probably my favourite on this list, and actually one of my favourite albums ever. After countless listenings, I am aware of many flaws of it, but still, I love its uniqueness in combining popular music with the orchestra and trying to set the new standards in the new-age music. 'Run Boy Run' gives me chills every single time.

12. Beauty and the Beat - That's the kind of hip-hop I am more into. Really nice, spacious and atmospheric instrumentals, fun, vintage feeling, rapping not so brazen. Sort of balancing on the edge of different genres. This one's very good.

So, that would be it. Thanks for your submissions, it was a fun experience!
Jun 22, 2020
No, I mean a user on here who makes music
Jun 21, 2020
What’s your favorite aoty artist? (For a list)
Jun 21, 2020
Right? His music is so authentic and original, you know he puts his whole heart in it. I feel like the new record will be something extraordinary. Anyway, I will let you know when I am done with all the albums!
Jun 20, 2020
Thank you, gonna check them out! Nice to see The Golden Age here, really amazing album
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I like almost every type of genre. I actually dont really care about genres. If the music sounds good to me its good.

I dont really care about ratings that much actually but this site is cool to have a overview.

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