Legendary pop icon and pioneer Charli XCX has just released her last major label album, CRASH, and it’s a commentary on how the major label manipulates you and the sadistic nature of pop music. Charli’s has always had a rocky relationship with her label, Atlantic Records. From forcing her aesthetic in her early career for Sucker, to blatantly leaking her music and ... read more
3 years and a global pandemic after they dropped two LP’s back to back, Big Thief return with a double LP titled “Dragon New Warm Mountain, I Believe In You” (that’s a mouthful) and it’s by far their best work to date.
This double album was recorded in 4 different locations; New York, California, Colorado and Arizona. Each new place they recorded songs at brought out a different side of the band and shows exactly how ... read more
way to blow my mind alejandra. i knew from the singles alone that this would be my favorite kick by far. and i was definitely correct in thinking that.
my favorite arca songs usually consist of a very abrasive sound design with her literally screaming and shouting absolute nonsense. and that’s what kick iii literally is.
lyrics like “ hissy fit throw it up bitch bounce back get it wet hit it rip it stroke t****y get me hard” & "hear me raw ... read more
this has to be one of peggys most mind boggling albums. you may think “have you heard AMHAC or Veteran” because this album is less manic then them respective projects. but that’s what makes this so different from the rest. this feels like every jpeg project all rolled into one. ARE U HAPPY? sounds straight out of AMHAC era, TRUST! could have easily been on EP2 and ... read more
i discovered remi wolf in mid-late august this year from big man fantano as he was really digging the singles she was releasing. listening to quiet on set for the first time felt like a deep dive into wolf’s colorful brain. i can only describe the song as a huge acid ... read more
angelo de augustine was ok i guess
edit: ok this is absolutely fantastic. i’m starting to appreciate angelo’s contribution with songwriting and backing ... read more
if i’m being completely honest… i’m quite disappointed in this album.
i’ve known of Injury Reserve for a few months now, but i only listened to a full project of theirs yesterday so i could have a taste of what they’re like before jumping into this sophomore album. Injury Reserve’s self titled project caught me off guard. it was intense, abrasive and captivating. with killer hooks, production and features, like JpegMafia, ... read more
fast forward 2 weeks, i see an ep called civilization ii by kero kero bonito on my homepage on spotify. this would be my second time listening to them since the listen to time ‘n’ place. i was immediately stunned. the ... read more
in all honestly, i really am left speechless after listening to this.
albums like this make me look at other albums and think how terrible they are compared to this. not one flaw in: lyrics, production, flow, storyline etc. i’m quite literally stunned by this album.
idk what to say except for go listen right fucking now. what are you doing not listening to this album rn? this is aoty, this is incredible, this is simz at peak artistry.
oh yeah. it’s also better than ... read more
Kristin Hayter known as Lingua Ignota returns with her 4th studio album, SINNER GET READY. this follows up her 2019 album, CALIGULA, which received wide critical acclaim and a bigger fan base.
with this new record, she does a full 180 turn from CALIGULA, stripping the harsh noise, electronics and, instead, makes use of over 40 different instruments; banjo, piano and woodwinds to name a few. this sound works perfectly for Ignota, ... read more