Recent Reviews

Apr 3, 2020
It starts off with an incredible opening track, "Shifting Sands", which is followed by a few good tracks spread throughout the remainder of the record. However, as the album progresses, the quality of songwriting and inventive sound decrease until the final result comes off as rather stale. And we can't forget about the horrendous "Help, I'm A Rock", which may be one of the worst psych-rock songs I've ever heard lmao. Despite its imperfections, the album is still an ... read more
Apr 3, 2020
In a collaboration with Jesu, Mark Kozelek picks up right where he left off on Common As Light And Love with more drawn-out storytelling epics and uncensored lyricism. While the songwriting isn't nearly as impressive here than on its predecessor, this album still includes some interesting stories and song themes. I've always said that Mark could write a 10-minute song about basically anything, and he proves me right once again with this album.
Apr 3, 2020
Quite accessible indie pop, but it's still great stuff. I can hear a large Beatles influence in melodies and instrumentation. I'm probably gonna check out the rest of their discography now because this was really great.
Apr 3, 2020
TDCC's newest record is surprisingly decent with a few really enjoyable tracks. It's definitely a step up from the very disappointing 2016 release, Gameshow.
Apr 2, 2020
Born and raised in Kentucky, Jason Crabb rose to gospel stardom as apart of his family band, The Crabb Family, who broke up in 2007 after being nominated for 3 GRAMMYs and winning several Dove awards. At a young age, Jason learned he had a talent for singing and songwriting and soon became the star member of his family band. After leaving the band to pursue solo efforts, Jason signed with Spring Hill Music Group in 2008 and recorded his first solo album that eventually released in mid-2009. ... read more
Mar 26, 2020
Mar 24, 2020
Hey, I have a song out! When you have the chance to, give it a listen. Haven't added it to AOTY yet, so here the YouTube music video link:

I wrote this song and filmed the video while in quarantine. Took many inspirations from Chinese folk and alt-country. The concept of the video and song, I'll leave as a surprise (no spoilers of course), plus it's up to interpretation. Hope I can cheer some people up and get everyone together in these uncertain times, enjoy!
Mar 15, 2020
Thank you sir! Love your reviews as well!
Feb 29, 2020
New song out please listen and rate when you get the chance!

This song is a reflection of modern trap music in Houston, inspired by the mass graveyard reveal in the mid-2010s that forever plagued the citizens of Fort Bend (a county in Houston) and it's the reveal of a not so welcoming past. Its a concept I will dive deeper on my EP

I have yet to have time to master vocals. I had lyrics written down and everything but the mixing would have been trash. I will wait until the summer to learn how to master vocals, however the song itself I will leave as my instrumental intro.
Feb 27, 2020
you're already on the list silly
Feb 27, 2020
HoodieBraden should review KHRONICLES!
Feb 26, 2020
Feb 21, 2020
Thank you, a 100 for Hoizer is also pretty intresing
Feb 21, 2020
Graduation is top teir Kanye 😔 and you know it 😠
Feb 20, 2020
just a guy who finds joy in discovering new music and expressing my opinions on it...
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