At this point, it's best to just call Tinashe one of my favorite R&B artists of all time, because her consistency, from her early mixtapes to her later albums, confounds me. This new project sounds like the start of a new direction, as she makes a return to the somber atmospheric-trap sound we got from her mixtapes like Nightride and Black Water, but also adding in her increasing interest in UK Garage.
Despite this being her shortest project (only 21 mins), Tinashe packs a ... read more
It's easy to say that James Blake is simply making a return to the original Electronic, Future Garage & Post-Dubstep sounds that epitomized much of his earlier albums such as his Self-titled and Overgrown (an all time favorite for me), it definitely is a return for sure, but this new record here add a whole new flavor to those earlier soundscapes. Not to mention just how, lively, bouncey and dance-heavy this whole record feels.
This is easily my favorite from him since ... read more