Recent Reviews

Jan 13, 2020
84
It's hard to see where are the flaws of this production. Te amount of effort in blending a large amount of styles, sound and genres it's, at least, amazing. There are, of course, a lot of downsides, especially in the main single, wich is just a normal and simple ballade with no implicit risk. In the other hand, it's refreshing listening to an album that takes the risk without knowing if it's gonna pay. Tracks like "Look At Her Now", "Vulnerable" and ""Kinda ... read more
Sep 24, 2019
78
Pretty awesome to see a change in the TWICE music style. It's narrower to other fantastic thing like LOONA or Red Velvet. The production is astonishing with a perfect use of elements you can find in Japanese electronic and future funk. I found the title track dissapointing, but every other track in this monialbum is just awesome.
Jul 23, 2019
93
As a victim of domestic abuse this album is even more powerful. Lingua Ignota creates a really sorrounding space where the fear, the hate, the violence and, yet, the faith take place. The mixture of dissonances with the really chaotic harmonic representation of the themes and the lyrics it's really one of the most well constructed pieces of this decade, at least.

It's hard to understand what she lived o what domestic abuse victims live, but Lingua Ignota managed to put you in that feeling and ... read more
Apr 4, 2019
78
The most solid album James Blake has made, but also de most boring and less propositive. It doesn't sparkle magic and a deep, strong and bold composition as before, but even like this, is the first time we listen the totality of James
Apr 4, 2019
73
Really good effort, but experimentation doesn't mean something it's immediately good
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