Recent Reviews

Sep 18, 2019
Once again a recommendation from my friend Victoria after her and I went record store hunting and she picked up a vinyl of RTJ2, I have heeded her words and started my journey with RTJ with their debut. And let me say, holy fucking shit this is only like 33 minutes but it has like 90 minutes worth of bars. Front to back this entire record is just, watertight. Production from El-P is always fantastic, the quirky samples and hard hitting distorted beats compliment and accentuate both El-P and ... read more
Sep 18, 2019
One of the most creative and interesting modern hip-hop acts, Injury Reserve boasts not only 2 very strong MC's with flow, wit and charisma, but also boasts incredible production to the thanks of Parker Corey. With releases like Floss in 2016, they've made an incredible name for themselves. Needless to say, I was very excited for this album, and as a whole I feel it was just as amazing as I had hoped it'd be. I feel it had a little bit of a weak opening with Koruna & Lime, but from GTFU ... read more
Sep 17, 2019
Maybe the only album to have ever rendered me to tears, this is, something else. More than any other album, this is one that's of death, steeped and entrenched in the tragedy and loss it brings. I'm not ignorant to the background of this album, it was recorded very shortly after the passing of famous Canadian cartoonist as well Phil Elverum's wife, Genevieve, after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer. Yet the way Phil describes every. single. painful detail and piece of his pain, even down ... read more
Sep 17, 2019
Despite having listened to material far more challenging than this, the seminal LP from Neutral Milk Hotel took a long time to click for me, genuinely. I always found it good, but I was blind to anything else I coax out of it. Until recently, where everything from the abstract and kinetic instrumentation to the harrowingly honest yet beautiful lyrics just, hit. From the first part of King of Carrot Flowers all the way to the echoing steps of Jeff Magnum walking away on Two-Headed Boy Pt. 2, ... read more
Sep 16, 2019
One of the most absolutely despairing, depressing, and doom encroaching albums I have ever bore witness to. There were multiple points on this record where I had to stop and take a minute to compose myself because the emotion and palpable despair Dan brought on some of these songs just tore into my own depressive thoughts and conscience too heavily. Especially on cuts like I'm Going To Do It, where he literally sings that he's going to kill himself because he is everything he hates. Each song ... read more
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fucking loser with a little too much free time on his hands. i like music somewhat
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