Recent Reviews

Oct 23, 2019
71
So you've probably heard half of the album by now if you follow her. But I can't complain, I really like the stuff I heard and the new stuff aren't bad either, definitely still within her style, but some explore different emotion and tone. It's also a bit surprising how well a song that came out 2 and a half years ago still fit pretty well in this album. If you're a fan of her work so far, you'll pretty much get what you'd expected plus a couple of tiny surprises here and there.

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Sep 28, 2019
78
"GO:OD AM" is probably one of my favorite Mac Miller's album to date. It's very artistic and well-made, yet it's a bit too long. Mac is noticeably more positive and cheerful on this project, although he still discusses some more sensitive themes (drug addiction and love life). This is one of Mac's most poppy and trendy projects, yet the beats are still unique and dope. I like the jazz influences on here too. His flow still sounds awesome. Although some of these songs should be a ... read more
Sep 28, 2019
75
Fun and functional mixtape here. The beats are on point, the lyrics are funny and upfront, and it's nice to see Chuck Inglish producing heat for other artists. My main complaint with this are the singing, melodic, and ultimately corny hooks. Sometimes it gets repetitive, but nothing worrying. Overall, this is a very pleasant listening experience.

✅ Donald Trump | Oy Vey | I'll Be There | Wear My Hat | Wake Up | All Around The World | She Said | Keep Floatin'
Sep 28, 2019
77
Even though I've loved more or less everything Mac Miller's put out after BSP, I always go into every project a little wearily. I expect to dislike it for some reason, yet he's always changing and growing and I love it.
"The Divine Feminine" is a feat. It's a love album by an established hip-hop artist, with even more established features. And it's really smooth and listenable. How on earth is that possible? The beats are awesome, Mac is growing as a lyricist, and the subject matter ... read more
Sep 21, 2019
88
Personally, I'm not familiar with Thom's previous solo albums, but this one is great. He's probably one of my favorite musician ever. This record is refined, elegant, poignant, thrilling, and above all, enigmatic. What a beautiful, beautiful album...

✅ Traffic | Twist | Dawn Chorus | Not the News | The Axe | Runwayaway
Nov 1, 2019
Supp! I'm doing a challenge at the moment, the "out of my comfort-zone challenge". This is a challenge where I need to listen projects, I normally wouldn't listen too. After some listen I need to state my opinions in a review. If you would suggest an album to me, it would be great! As long as they aren't metal, hip hop or rap!
Oct 6, 2019
Hey. What's your favorite album from an LGBTQ artist? It's for a list.
Sep 28, 2019
What's your Most Unpopular Opinion on an album? It's for a list.
Sep 10, 2019
What do you think is your all time favorite album cover? (It's for a list.)
Sep 6, 2019
i watched it and i still dont like the album.
Aug 30, 2019
E quem não concorda deve ter problemas
Aug 11, 2019
These 2019 ambient releases are so good: Chris Weeks - Borders, Hotel Neon - Vanishing Forms, Sofie Birch - Planétes, Daniel Guillén - Inner Vision, Victor Espasandín - Árbol Bajo Tormenta
Aug 6, 2019
I apologize, I just now saw your message!
My top 5 of the year are synonymous with my highest rated of the year, so whatever you see lined up at the top of my profile. 2019 has been an amazing year so far, but as new stuff keeps coming out the top 5 will always be subject to change.
Jul 28, 2019
Yeah! Mas é a última, eu juro!
Jul 25, 2019
I will determine whether that is true or not this coming month
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