Black Country, New Road - Live at Bush Hall
This is great. BC,NR are great.
The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust
Great album. I personally believe that it pioneered the Big Beat genre, but I feel like The Chemical Brothers somehow couldn't be the face figures of this movement as much as Fatboy Slim and The Prodigy became, and that's a shame.
The Chemical Brothers - Surrender
My favorite Chemical Brothers record. It just clicks, and is very fun to listen to.
Digitalism - I Love You, Dude
Good tracks are good, bad tracks are not.

Rated it higher than their following release "Mirage" as there wasn't as much expected from me at the time.

Digitalism - Mirage
I remember being hyped when I first saw the release of this album but was a bit disappointed.
Brings the same feelings as their previous LP release "I Love You, Dude", where everything seems predictable, while still being an enjoyable hour of music.
The Chemical Brothers - Born in the Echoes
This album just feels right. Is an overhaul good listen, that I come back to once in a while.
The Chemical Brothers - No Geography
Such a great listen, after 20 years of making experimental music, The Chemical Brothers still experiment with this record, and in my opinion, it pays off, with tracks that play with your feelings, some more than others though.
Daft Punk - Random Access Memories (10th Anniversary Edition)
Just rating the 2nd disc here.
Great outtakes that take us right in the studio with the artists of the Random Access Memories record.
After building such a myth around them through their whole career, it almost feels intrusive to listen to their scrapped takes, little "failures" that are not really but still felt impossible from such a talented duo.
This edition feels very intimate and it funnily makes the robots more... human.
Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights
The best album I always forget exists.
Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare
While some of the tracks are absolute bangers, I can't help but feel like the middle and end of the album is underwhelming.
Still ends up with 505, a personal favorite. Quality album nonetheless, just not a regular listen.
Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly
In this record, Kendrick mastered politics, storytelling, tempo, hip-hop, rap, jazz and ambience, and mixed them all up in a beautiful record with great care and nicety of detail. It puts you in front of the complicated life of a black man in America, surrounded by dark emotions and racism, while still providing hope and inspiration of a better world.
Arctic Monkeys - AM
Although this is a regular listen for me and probably one of my top 20 all-time, I get how people can tag this record as being repetitive and generic. 76 feels fair for an album I've been listening this much over the years.
Mac DeMarco - One Wayne G
remind me to rate it in 2027 when i'd be done listening to it
Stormzy - Heavy Is the Head
Ed Sheeran at its best as always
Michael Jackson - Thriller
Probably childhood nostalgia, but I feel like none of the songs of this record fall behind Thriller, Beat It and Billie Jean in terms of groove and production.
All tracks are personal favorites.
Kelela - Raven
Wonderful album all around, with all tracks fitting in the ambiance. A great hour of music.
Sun Is Poison - God Gave Him a Wolf’s Heart
came for the dog, stayed for the tunes
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