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Oct 18, 2019
74
Miami Memory plays like it was made decades ago but still showcases a lot of present topics through the eye of Alex Cameron in a sarcastic, corny and sincere manner.

The way he constructs his albums always amazes me, every song it's pretty toughtful and this album isn't the exception. From universal feelings like jealousy being the inspiration to write a response to his girlfriend ("Other Ladies") to girls that work on the sex industry and are very questioned by hypocritical men even ... read more
Oct 12, 2019
76
Loaded with full octane and heavy rock influences, Sound and Fury marks a departure from the usual country-related sound of Sturgill Simpson to a trip of pedal to the metal.

Simpson's voice has always captivated me more than his pars on the country genre, he seriously sounds like he was destined to his southern roots and it's alluring to listen how he constructs his projects with such detail for the lyrics, the structure, the narratives and, what has made his career so interesting, the fusion ... read more
Oct 11, 2019
79
A shot of nostalgia hit me on the chest when the first 30 seconds of this project came in. Emo was a part of my adolescence and maybe one of the first doors to something else that wasn't fully mainstream. Come In, however, it's nothing like I've heard before on the genre, it has this rawness that it's so beautiful and messy, like its welcome comes in the form of a warm hug filled with a cold heart.

Weatherday's project knows how to wear the influences under their sleeve, there's not a single ... read more
Oct 11, 2019
77
A narrative taken from one of many sci-fi space movies that have been released on this decade, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard give their version of doomsday through trash metal tropes and mostly suceed with it.

I enourmesly appreciate that they continue their message of global warming and climatic change with this release (the second this year), while Fishing for Fishies had a more intimate approach and even showed some kind of hope through all of its tongue-cheekness (if that word even ... read more
Oct 7, 2019
85
As every track reflects a moment and feeling in Angel Olsen's psyche, she starts to place them all in front of each other to build an album that's seamless and grandiose in heart and soul.

Olsen has always impressed me with every new release, she goes wherever she feels like and seems there's no genre she can't pull off. In this case, All Mirrors marks a direction that Olsen did hint in My Woman, baroque pop. As someone who has always loved some Kate Bush and Björk, I did see this album ... read more
Sep 17, 2019
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