Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever
Oh wow! Billie has managed to maintain the recipe of what made her debut album great, but with more maturity. I was afraid she would fall into predictable and mainstream music she delivered one hell of a record with fantastic new melodies and rythms. Needless to say the self titled 'Happier Than Ever' is the masterpiece of that regard! Album of the year? Huge contestant!
Royal Blood - Typhoons
The rock album 2021 needed the most. These disco/dance vibes mixed with these fat basslines and drum beats is what happens when a color blind person gets its sight back!
Muse - Black Holes and Revelations
I'm a massive Muse fan since their debut record via my mother who was obsessed with them, and that album is a special one to me as it is the first one I got discover by myself and own it as a release. It's probably one of the first CDs I ever bought.
And to this day, I think it's the record I enjoy the most listening to by Muse, even though I don't think it's their best.
Still, that LP has some very solid tracks such as 'Take A Bow', 'Invincible', 'City of Delusion' and the wonderful ... read more
BirdPen - All Function One
Really chilling record with melancholic vibes. A nice one to dive into.
Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge over Troubled Water
Nice folk album, pleasant to listen. I might need another listen to enjoy it more.
Balthazar - Sand
It's groovy, pleasant to listen, musically rich with multiple instruments adding depth to that record.
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
I guess it's one of those albums that did not click with me.
It is boring, repetitive and lacks melodies. What makes me give it a 49, and not below, is the impact it had on its time and the creativity it brought back then.
I've never been into Nirvana my entire life but I have this vinyl at home I wanted to give a spin and what have I missed my whole life ? Classics after classics, this is a master piece ! Actually, I knew 9 out of the 12 songs already but never listened to Nevermind as an album.
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
A timeless concept album — A delight for your ears.
Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
Fun, violent, intense.
Ol' Burger Beats & Vuyo - Dialogue.
A record to listen when you're 'just chillin' and in one sitting. Big up to Ol' Burger Beats for these wonderful productions.
Max Caz - The Star Rover
Billie Eilish asked 'When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'. Max Caz's sophomore EP answers that question with a very emotionally intense dream-pop record.
Radiohead - The King of Limbs
This album is 10 today so I thought I might write a little something about it.
10 YEARS. How time flies. When it was released, I wasn't too keen on that record to be honest, but as time went by, and I matured, it just sounds fantastic to my ears today. Radiohead never took Music for granted, nor their fans, and they keep exploring new sounds every album they release, and they are brilliant at it. Thank you for existing Radiohead.
Archive - Londinium
A good trip hop record with beautiful textures, mixing electronic, strings and hip hop.
M. Ward - Think of Spring
Touching and soft folk with melancholic melodies. Pleasant to listen.
Kokoroko - KOKOROKO
Jazz EP musically super rich with complex structures yet very efficient and easy to listen melodies.
Avriel & The Sequoias - Sage and Stone
A sweet pop-folk EP to listen to in the woods around a campfire.
Avi Kaplan - I'll Get By
This record is a nice mix of Rag'n'Bone Man and Imagine Dragon somehow. If that makes sense. If you close your eyes, you might see yourself on a roadtrip to the mighty mountains.
Møme - Shelter (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Nothing really exciting about that album. This is the same musical spectrum across the entire record and after the first couple of tracks, there's nothing new to discover. Luckily, the sound is pleasant from the start onwards.
ZZ Top - ZZ Top's First Album
An easy and fun listen for some old school rock'n'roll.
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