Feb 21, 2020
94
oh YEAH! Art Pop to the nth degree I love it. Even though most of the songs were released prior to the album release (and I loved all of them), it was great hearing how they all flow together as an album. It's thematically & sonically consistent throughout the whole run, with some really interesting experimental ideas thrown in the mix. I've been eating up as much art pop as possible lately, and this has topped my list.
Feb 18, 2020
75
Super enjoyable! Female led indie stuff is one of my favorite types of music, and this is just another shining example.
Feb 18, 2020
60
It's fine for a song or two to be thrown onto a playlist, but the album as a whole is nothing to write home about. I don't hate it by any means and I think these guys put out a pretty inventive brand, but it's just okay overall.
Feb 17, 2020
70
I certainly like it, but it all kinda just runs together for me, and drags a bit. I do really dig EDEN's overall vibe though, with this album further cementing that idea.
Feb 17, 2020
67
These guys def offer a fresh taste of hop hop, mainly backed by humor & charisma. There are some bangers on here(Welcome To Chili's is one of my favs of the year), but it's not really diverse enough to listen front to back multiple times. But still, some solid tracks.
Feb 17, 2020
97
Tame Impala is probably my favorite band, and this album only further backs that up. The production is just so smooth, and funkier than ever. The lyrics are meaningful as well, really paints a picture well of what Kevin is trying to portray.

Honestly, at first I was a little concerned about the identity of this record. I wasn't sure if the album would stick out, because it's not their "true psych album" like InnerSpeaker or "synth pop" record like Currents. Plus, the songs ... read more
Feb 14, 2020
86
Synthy, poppy greatness. She has quite the infectious voice. The songs are catchy and easily digestible, without sounding boring in the slightest.
Feb 14, 2020
44
this ain't it, chief
Feb 14, 2020
79
only positive things to say here: fresh song structures, distinguished voice, captivating writing. just great, i could see myself getting really into this one.
Feb 13, 2020
70
ya know, as far as soundtracks with various artists go, this was pretty cohesive. It all fit a pretty specific vibe that would fit a movie like this. There are definitely some shining moments on here, from Sofi Tukker's fun bop to Halsey's explosive track. I can dig it.
Feb 13, 2020
71
As far as EPs go, this is certainly enjoyable. Definitely chock full of talent from start to finish.
Feb 13, 2020
80
it's so musically above what i'm used to that i don't feel qualified to give an opinion. enjoyed it though
Feb 12, 2020
66
It isn't nearly as good as their other stuff, but i still liked it. 48 average score is a little harsh, but i kinda get it.
Feb 12, 2020
73
While it's for sure lacking in any sort of variety, I would prefer repetition of funky guitar licks & synth riffs like this to almost any other sound. For that reason, I did quite enjoy it. It didn't reinvent the wheel or innovate on any burgeoning pop concepts, but it's a fun little project.
Feb 12, 2020
71
Drags a bit, but overall pretty enjoyable. Sounds kinda circus-y at some points which I wasn't too big a fan of, but the good definitely outshined the bad. It usually takes me a couple listens to get into this post-punk stuff, so perhaps I'll get a better kick out of it next time around.
Feb 10, 2020
83
I keep coming back to it, and enjoy it even more with every listen. I've been trying to eat up as much art pop as possible lately, and this is a shining example of what happens when someone succeeds in the genre.
Feb 10, 2020
80
It's like listening to nothing at all in the best way possible. Perfect background music for focusing, but also great when you tune in and analyze what's going on with the tunes.
Feb 10, 2020
82
first time listener, was pretty blown away by this. super chaotic without sounding too messy. i have a lot to catch up on with his backlog.
Feb 7, 2020
42
ya know, at least I gave this a chance. I actually really liked the first single, Father Of All..., it reminded of some earlier Portugal. The Man days. But like, everything else is just so whatever. I guess they at least tried something a little fresh, but it just seems phoned in. Oh well that's okay, there are still 12 other albums I can listen to if I ever get a Green Day urge, so I'm not too concerned.
Feb 7, 2020
84
I think Denzel Curry is a top tier rapper in the current meta, and this only further proves that point. Already on his second project of the year, Curry puts his versatility on full display here, crossing over with Kenny Beats on some boom bap production. Including skits, interludes, & reprisals, this quick project just sounds like a cohesive single with heavy repeat value (on my third straight listen, currently). Dude just consistently puts out great material, hasn't had a dud since he ... read more
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