Recent Reviews

Feb 14, 2020
Once a week, as if I was addicted, I constantly think about summer as if it were some sort of unkillable dream. Autumn was fine, but the homesickness from the warmth and gentleness of summer is setting in. Winter is when all hell breaks loose, and nostalgia for summer already kicks in, the unbearable cold and the devilish snow not helping with the yearning for better times. Once Spring hits, that's when things truly get great, because you know Summer is coming, and when it finally comes, oh ... read more
Feb 13, 2020*
Ever since last year, I've been in an on and off relationship with Bon Iver's music, and I've grown to appreciate each record he's put out since his inception. His debut was heartfelt and depressing, a man on the edge of his life that is finally escaping the hell he put himself in. His second record is a triumph, a collage of life experiences that is accommodated by pretty instrumental and Vernon's always fantastic voice. Then, after all that, he comes out with this record, an experimental take ... read more
Feb 13, 2020
Hitting another base of greatness, Nicolas Jaar emerges with a 9 track project that is much more louder, abrasive, and abstract than anything else he has really made before. I believe that the singles he released before this was simply a test of how he would try to dip into this more industrial robotic sound, and let me just say that he succeeds greatly.

I first heard this on my way to school, and unfortunately it was a bus ride of enormous length, so I decided to pop out my walkman and play ... read more
Feb 12, 2020
During such a critical point in my life, in which I must decide where I want to go & who I must be in my older teenage years, this album is quite the saving grace once one really pulls apart that thoughts from this record.

Being who you want to be is so important, and not letting anyone tell you how you should be is a message that has been preached to death all throughout my childhood, but never like this. Blood Orange interweaves personal experiences and hard life choices and ties it all ... read more
Feb 11, 2020
The week after my grandpa died was one of confusion, grief, and acceptance. Sure, his death came out of nowhere and I haven't seen him for years, but nevertheless his passing felt like my heart just got yanked out of my body because life just said fuck you.

Before the death of my grandpa, I had been so careless and lazy, constantly procrastinating with assignments, over-indulging in food, ignoring my parents and engaging in negative behaviors. All of these terrible acts have not only been ... read more
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