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Feb 16, 2020
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The transmedia storytelling of this project really payed off, not only Curry is back with his bar-spitting perfomances but Kenny Beats takes the production to a whole new level of epic proportions.

First of all... who knew these idiots were collabing? I swear I thank whoever I have to for making this a surprise because they created a whole story with this release that made it even more exciting. First, a beef that seemed outta nowhere between the two stars on Twitter made fans suspicious, but ... read more
Feb 15, 2020
84
I guess he's calling the old Nicolas Jaar.

Against All Logic is one of the monikers of the chilean electronic producer, Nicolas Jaar. I didn't think we would have another project on the way so soon, the last one took him 5 years of work and this one only 2. The difference are notorious but that doesn't mean 2017-2019 is bad, actually it feels like a whole new project with just little glimpses of the past put into it.

While 2012-2017 seems more like a throwback to the deep hose and techno ... read more
Feb 13, 2020
72
Hello, Moto!

Squarepusher, the legendary IDM producer that has even developed his own software to make music is BACK BACK BA..CK! The glitchiness on his compositions are hard and he revolves around some of his earlier stuff on this new record, but at times it feels like the ideas aren't that fleshed out, specially in the break moments.

IDM isn't a genre I tipically go for when I'm on the mood of listening to whatever, it can be pretty exhausting after a while and just like other artists that ... read more
Feb 12, 2020
70
The girl with an explosive comeback releases a sophomore effort after her big transformation, but the thing with High Road is... is Ke$ha really gone for good?

High Road represents probably the best and the worst of both worlds (yes, before Miley there was another party girl), while maintaining the high power vocals of Rainbow and the catchy lyricism when it accompanies a heartfelt message, Kesha brings back some of the electropop production that made her so popular in the first place. At ... read more
Feb 5, 2020
83
Even if the math rock soundscapes aren't reinventing the wheel, tricot makes sure you have a blast with every peace of their new album while highlighting a more than spectacular vocal performance.

I'm not the most known between these kind of bands, I've had an enourmous respect for japanese artists, specially the ones that contribute with anime openings and endings, which they truly can bust a story into emotional tears, bright excitement or even downful horror. However, even if tricot may be ... read more
Feb 16, 2020
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Jan 23, 2020
thanks for the follow!
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!
Sep 17, 2019
Sure! Likewise :)
Sep 13, 2019
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