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JulianaFajardo -
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Fun fact: I’ve never heard a Declan McKenna song that isn’t catchy… and I’ve heard all of his songs. In ‘Zeros’, not only does he display said knack for creating memorable tunes, but he also establishes himself as one of the most interesting artists in the indie rock scene.

Though the influence of major glam rock and pop acts is evident, McKenna manages to craft a sound of his own. With a valuable contribution by Jay Joyce in the production, every song ... read more
JulianaFajardo -
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Though 'King's Disease' shows a more confident Nas than his previous project, the New York rapper is still not back at the top of his game.

Nas is frequently listed as one of the best lyricists of all time. And this record proves how good of a writer he is. His bars and delivery are undoubtedly the biggest highlights on this LP's best tracks. Lyrics such as "Stupid words from the President's mouth, where are his editors?/ Antarctica is 65 degrees/ Global warming, they don't wanna ... read more
JulianaFajardo -
70
An ambitious project, 'KIND' displays complexity throughout eleven mesmerizing tracks.

Thanya Iyer's beautiful voice is part of what makes this record so hypnotic. However, her vocals come across as slightly monotonous after several listens. On the other hand, her skills on the violin steal the show at all times, making the most memorable and sonically interesting bits of the LP. As a violinist, Iyer strays from the classical and ventures into more experimental territory. Her eponymous band ... read more
JulianaFajardo -
70
The Chicks’ eighth studio album, their first release in fourteen years, is proof that powerful lyricism and emotional depth still have a place in catchy country pop.

Assisted by acclaimed producer Jack Antonoff, The Chicks build a sound that strays apart from traditional country and gets occasionally experimental. Although not groundbreaking, it is still highly memorable and somewhat reminiscent of Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour. Also, Natalie Maines’ vocals shine in every ... read more
JulianaFajardo -
70
In spite of its repetitive lyrics and overused topics, 'Women in Music Pt. III' is a genuinely relatable record with a refreshing sound that's hard not to like.

In one of the previously released singles, we find one of the least interesting lyrics in the album: the cliché "I don't wanna give up on you", which is followed by "Are we gonna give it another try?" in the next track. Cohesive? Kinda. Original? Not at all. Moments like these are what stop me from giving ... read more
Aug 1, 2020
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I'm a literature student and music enthusiast. My pronouns are she/her/hers.
I only rate and review new music, but I try to constantly update my library and lists with older albums that I enjoy.
I won't review an album unless I have listened to it at least three times and have read all of its lyrics. By the way, I probably care too much about lyrics.
English is not my native language, so please let me know if I make any mistakes in my writing. Thanks in advance!
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