Feb 14, 2019
70
i'm always the first one to call drake out for being untalented or a pedophile, but i'll admit that his producers did a great job with this tape.
Feb 14, 2019
80
creepy as FUCK. raze the stray makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up
Feb 14, 2019
40
i really hope transatlanticism didn't ruin the rest of death cab's albums. but this one just didn't do anything for me.
Feb 14, 2019
80
dunno what it says about me that this is my favorite bon iver album, but it is.
Jan 31, 2019
NR
this new album is gonna be insane if this single is any indication of the direction
Jan 20, 2019
80
great album. after three underwhelming follow-ups to the fantastic debut, the good son was refreshing to hear. almost like a new start for the band.
Jan 19, 2019*
90
spiderland is such a creative and chilling project. one of the best and most unorthodox rock albums in a decade that is stacked with that type of thing.
Jan 18, 2019
80
this album is such a powerful force, both in lyrics and execution. particularly the third section
Jan 18, 2019*
80
this album is fucking gorgeous, man. easily james blake's best album since his debut. my big problem with assume form is that it isn't all that cohesive, but track for track this thing kills. first great album of 2019.
Jan 18, 2019
60
i thought i wasn't getting halcyon digest because of the slow pace, but this album has shown me that's just not the case. it's decent sounding enough i guess.

james blake wins this friday though
Jan 18, 2019
60
this is pretty bland, especially for krit. that said there are a couple bangers on here admittedly (glorious and learned from texas mainly)
Jan 18, 2019
70
i think it's pretty good i guess...feel like i'm missing something tho
Jan 17, 2019
60
ehhhh can't get into this. it's too long and it sounds like king gizzard without the edge
Jan 16, 2019
90
considering how popular of a source for samples this album is, you've probably heard half of it already
Jan 14, 2019
60
this album showcases how much of a creative force james blake is and will continue to be for sure, and i do believe that this man is absolutely the future. but it's just too long for it's own good. james blake really shouldn't be making 75 minute albums tbh

that being said i need a forest fire is probably in his top 3 songs ever
Jan 14, 2019
70
oh shit, it's not even wack. DAMN good pop rock. bit uneven tho, like if the whole thing were as good as the first five tracks it could've easily been an 8 or a 9
Jan 13, 2019
60
i'm sorry, there's just nothing that sticks out too much about janelle for me. not bad by any means, but i don't get the hype. i dunno...it's kinda sexless i guess, which is what i personally like in my R&B. well either that or depressing (looking at you frank). give me kali uchis or sza any day of the week
Jan 13, 2019
100
why are 90 percent of my 10/10s so dark/depressing? anyways, art punk perfection, not much else to say
Jan 13, 2019*
100
maybe the most important R&B release of the century, abel flips the genre on its head with dark, minimalistic beats, a unique perspective, and a mysterious persona. every track on this thing is yet another trip into abel's dark psyche. and the lyrics? let's just say if this were released today twitter would come down on him like a hurricane. but it makes the character of the tape all the more intriguing and engaging. this tape is creative, dark, and mysterious in the best ways possible.
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