Weiland has been a massive part of my life. His self-titled project, as straightforward as it might be, is up there with my all time favorites, and his music helped me get through a ton of rough patches. As corny as it sounds, waiting for Vices has always been something that keeps me ... read more
I really rock with Flume's music. I've only heard a few tracks here and there, but I've consistently been impressed with his sound. I think he stands out in a big way from the overwhelming sea of faceless homogenous mainstream electronic producers with his glitchier, more dynamic sound, ... read more
The tracks here are just so immediate and playful that I can't help but get lost in them! Kill Your Co-workers is easily up there with Flylo's best songs with just how unbelievably catchy it is, Time Vampires is the project's most spaced-out and atmospheric ... read more
Un Verano Sin Ti is a fun reggaetón album with great personality, an inviting vibe, and quality production, but it's unfortunately dragged down from being truly great by all too familiar "way too long" disease that's been plaguing modern releases for years now.
I think it's a testament to Bad Bunny's talent as an artist that an album this bloated with over 20 songs and clocking ... read more
This thing just flooooooows, dude. Each track transitions into another seamlessly, and the sort of spacious trippy vibe is infectious. The level of cohesion on this thing is crazy, and the individual tracks are some of the best Flylo has made yet. They're far more dynamic, multilayered, and unpredictable, and the fact they all pair together so well adds that extra bit of impact ... read more
The lead-up to this album was almost more insane than the album itself. It was touted by Kanye as a life-changing mastepiece, he put it through numerous name changes, took over 500 days (531 to be ... read more